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Located along the banks of the Monongahela River, Morgantown is closely tied to the Anglo-French struggle for this territory. Until the Treaty of Paris in 1763, what is now known as Morgantown was greatly contested among settlers and Native Americans, as well as the English and the French. The treaty decided the issue in favor of the English, but Indian fighting continued almost to the beginning of the American Revolution.
Local Newspapers: The Dominion Post
Local Sports Teams: West Virginia Mountaineers
Local Colleges: West Virginia University
Zip Codes associated with morgantown, west virginia:
26501 26505 26506 26508
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Surgeon Invents Revolutionary Valve Repair Device
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Patients with aortic valve disease now have a vastly improved way to repair their existing valve, thanks to a newly FDA-approved invention by WVU Heart and Vascular Institute surgeon J. Scott Rankin, M.D. The HAART 300 Aortic Annuloplasty Device, manufactured by BioStable Science & Engineering, Inc., is the first commercially available internal annuloplasty device designed for aortic valve repair.Tygarts Valley students raise funds
As part of the fundraiser, each class has its own penny jar, where students put in as many pennies as they can.Grandparents: Is Your Home Safe for Your Grandchildren?
Grandparents look forward to grandchildren visiting from near and far. But could a grandparent's home be a danger for their grandchildren? "It is nice to be able to have someplace like the West Virginia Poison Center to call when you doubt yourself or have a poison emergency," said Deborah Burdett, a Charleston grandmother.Morgantown-based firm goes to bat for solar energy on abandoned coal lands in new report
A recent report from Downstream Strategies suggests the state of West Virginia could benefit from investments in solar energy on thousands of acres of degraded land. "We have all of this land available that has been grated out," Downstream Strategies Project Scientist Joey James said on Monday's "The Gary Bowden Show" on the AJR News Network.WVU Expert Compares Effects of Climate Change to Eroding Infrastructure
MORGANTOWN, W. Va.- A West Virginia University professor in the School of Public Health began teaching about climate change more than 20 years ago, hoping reasonable people would see a trend and take action to prevent melting ice caps and rising seas. Instead, the issue has become a political dispute, with many key elected officials saying they don't believe it's happening.Winners announced for Randolph County Young Writers Program
First-place winners' essays were submitted to Marshall University for the state Young Writers contest.Catholic schools official to receive award
An official with the Catholic schools in Parkersburg will receive an award at the annual Bishop's Dinner in April in Morgantown. Donna Smith, who has served Parkersburg Catholic High School and Elementary School in various roles for the past 13 years, is among five people receiving the Bishop's Cross from the Most Rev.Tucker County Senior Center News
Brent Van Deysen from Morgantown will be at the Parsons Center at 6 p.m. March 22 to discuss elder law issues such as wills, trusts, nursing home issues, etc.Property owners being notified by city about sidewalks -
People who own real property within the city of Logan will be recieving letters soon notifying them about their responsibilities to take care of their sidewalks.Higher education day message: No cuts
Higher education is in line for cuts under the budget framework presented this week by the Republican majority in the state Legislature, but college presidents in West Virginia are asking lawmakers to think again. "The single biggest return on investment that is made in the state is made in higher education," said West Virginia University President Gordon Gee.Inmate allegedly attacks correctional officer
A Huttonsville Correctional Center inmate is facing an additional felony charge after he allegedly attacked a correctional officer at the facility.Daughter of Don Knotts bringing his stories to West Virginia
The daughter of Don Knotts, the late legendary television character actor and Morgantown native, says her connections to West Virginia are directly tied to her famous father. "It's pretty nice to come there and feel close to my Dad's spirit when I visit," said Karen Knotts.Wood County woman indicted for bank robberies
Christine Joy Martin, 31, Davisville, who is in the North Central Regional Jail, was indicted in U.S. District Court for the Dec. 20 robbery at United Bank in Morgantown where $974 was taken and for the Nov. 4 robbery at Huntington Bank in Morgantown where $2,000 was taken, according to the indictment. Martin was arrested the evening of Dec. 30 in Wood County at the Parkersburg Economy Inn on Seventh Street.West Virginia University School of Medicine Researchers Find That...
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Healthy lifestyle adherence among retired, late middle-aged adults may be more challenging than originally thought.Indictment handed down following bank robberies in Fairmont, Morgantown
A Wood County woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly robbing two banks in northcentral West Virginia last year. Christine Joy Martin, 31, of Davisville, has been charged with "unarmed bank robbery" in connection with the Nov. 4, 2016, robbery at the Huntington Bank in Fairmont and the Dec. 20, 2016, holdup at a United Bank branch in Morgantown.That 'paid protester' is actually your mom, and she's taking over Facebook to fight Trump
In the past few months, Facebook has transformed from the platform we love to hate to the platform we still love to hate but unfortunately find useful. And while millennials poke fun of their parents' social media naA vetA© , the charge appears to be led, in part, by red-state parents and otherwise non-traditional protesters who now are posting constantly and organizing rapidly under the group Indivisible .Capito, 3 other GOP senators fault health care proposal
MORGANTOWN, W.Va.- West Virginia's U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito has joined with three Republican colleagues criticizing the House proposal to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law, saying they won't support a plan that doesn't have stability for individuals and families enrolled in expanded Medicaid. In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, they say the proposed replacement drafted in the Republican-controlled House also lacks needed flexibility for states.
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