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FBI raids Upshur County home
Home is reportedly that of a member of the Buckhannon City Council The post FBI raids Upshur County home appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

FEMA already on the ground in West Virginia
The agency which reacts to disasters is already here this time and coordinating with state emergency officials. The post FEMA already on the ground in West Virginia appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Local Red Cross volunteers spring to action amid Ian’s aftermath
Local officials say they will have adequate help if needed this weekend in West Virginia The post Local Red Cross volunteers spring to action amid Ian’s aftermath appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Johnson steps up to create ‘three-headed monster’ in backfield
Sophomore tailback Justin Johnson is coming off the best performance of his young career in a victory at Virginia Tech, bolstering what's been a solid running game for West Virginia throughout September. The post Johnson steps up to create ‘three-headed monster’ in backfield appeared first on WV ...[read more]

MetroNews This Morning 9-30-22
Summary of news/sports/weather for West Virginia on Friday, September 30, 2022 The post MetroNews This Morning 9-30-22 appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Amendment Two: Should the Legislature be able to shift property taxes?
This amendment would allow the Legislature more flexibility to make changes to property taxes. The post Amendment Two: Should the Legislature be able to shift property taxes? appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Fundraiser benefits organization focused on foster, kinship care
The event at Charleston's Capitol Market focused on Mission West Virginia, an organization helping families with resources for foster care and provides programming to assist foster and kinship parents with the costs of raising children. The post Fundraiser benefits organization focused on foster,...[read more]

Mon County Schools Embroiled in Flag Controversy
A controversy is roiling Monongalia County schools over gay pride flags. It began when Superintendent Eddie Campbell sent a letter to remind school administrators that the election season is quickly approaching and that, “While you may be tempted to engage in conversations with staff, families an...[read more]

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