The request was made last week in a letter to the school’s Board of Governors expressing “no confidence” in President Nicole Pride, the first woman to lead the historically Black school since its founding in 1891.
Fire hydrants with faded red white and green paint are being transformed into hydrants with shiny red paint and reflective markers all over Williamstown and Vienna-and it’s not just for looks, it’s for a good reason.
Gov. Jim Justice presented a brand-new custom-outfitted truck to an additional winner Wednesday as part of the fifth drawing in the “Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life” Vaccination Sweepstakes.
Federal prosecutors and attorneys for Gracyn Courtright, 23, are expected to reach plea agreement soon. Courtright stands accused of five charges stemming from her role in the January 6th insurrection and faces up to three years in prison.
As part of the city’s Safe Routes to School project, a number of crosswalks and roadways in Marietta are getting upgrades to make them safer for elementary and middle school students who walk to school.
The painting of the Parkersburg Flood Wall mural is now underway. The project, which was officially launched back in April, will eventually turn more than 1,000 feet of floodwall space into a huge panorama and tourist attraction.