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School Payments Get Techie

9 Oct

If you look at the history of technological advancements, we are living in a very impressive time. It has become clear that things we once did a certain way have become fully automated; or the tech is very close. This trend has started to leak into the Monongalia County Schools. This week’s School Board Meeting […]

Walnut Street Business Owners Clarify Prior Claims and Concerns at City Council Meeting

9 Oct

For the second Morgantown City Council meeting in a row, Walnut Street business owners voiced concerns and complaints about undesirable behavior near their store fronts, believed to be related to the presence of Friendship House — a shelter and resource center operated by Milan Puskar Health Right. At the Sept. 17 meeting, Gary Tannenbaum of Blue […]

Star City is getting a pricy renovation

9 Oct

Star City better be ready for some new flowers and trees, because next Tuesday and Wednesday, Edith Barill Riverfront Park in Star City will be under construction. On Tuesday, the plants that grow along the lower river bank will be trimmed, and the trees in front of the pavilion will be removed. In addition, the large […]

City Council Remains Timid When Addressing Diversity

2 Oct

By: Marshall Kesterson Members of the Morgantown city council voted unanimously to approve a resolution for adopting the “Strategic Plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion”. The purpose of this vote was to allow for further discussion and review of the plan before any final vote is made on the adoption of an ordinance for the […]

“Community Means Unity”

2 Oct

Inclusion. It’s something everybody wants to feel whether it be in school, at work, or in their community. That was the hot topic of the Morgantown City Council meeting held on October 1, 2019. Many citizens of Morgantown came forward that evening to discuss that simply putting up a sign saying that Morgantown is inclusive […]