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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.

Population: 26809
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
Towns/Cities near morgantown, west virginia : Westover Granville Osage Star City Brookhaven Price Hill Cheat Lake

Morgantown News
The man in front of the curtain: WVU President E. Gordon Gee making...

WVU President E. Gordon Gee says improving the health of the state, starting with its children, will lead to a more prosperous West Virginia. West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee, center, poses with students for a selfie as he creates an installment of his monthly Gee Mail videos.

Alleged card skimmers indicted

A group of Cuban natives allegedly caught in Huntington as part of a credit card skimmer scheme face the forfeiture of over $100,000 and years in federal prison after an indictment was returned in federal court in Wheeling.

Heavier bands of snow part of latest storm

The latest snowstorm moving through West Virginia Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday morning will be characterized by heavier bands of snow, according to National Weather Meteorologist Maura Casey. "There's a big moisture plume coming down from Lake Michigan and what that usually amounts to is that you'll get these corridors that set up and you'll have locally higher amounts ," Casey said.

WV Tax Department claims hotel owner, lender illegally kept tax dollars

Lawyers for the State Tax Department are asking a federal judge to force hotel investors and the lender to hand over $720,000 in sales taxes that were collected from customers but never passed on. The lawyers for the tax department filed their complaint in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of West Virginia on Friday.

Arrests made in unrelated robbery, fugitive incidents

A 36-year-old Monongalia County man is awaiting arraignment in relation to a Dec. 8 robbery on Don Knotts Boulevard in Morgantown. Christopher Jerome Martin II was arrested on Tuesday and charged with second degree robbery.

WVU radio station GM suspended

Matthew Fouty will not be the general manager of the West Virginia University radio station, while he is being investigated for sexual harassment allegations made by students working at the station. Contacted by phone Monday afternoon, John A. Bolt, senior executive director of WVU relations office and communications, confirmed that Fouty is the subject of a Title IX investigation.

West Virginia University - SRadio Station GM Suspended Amid Claims

West Virginia University has named an interim general manager to lead its radio station as it investigates sexual harassment allegations against Matthew Fouty made by students working at the station. Contacted by phone Monday afternoon, John A. Bolt, senior executive director of WVU relations office and communications, confirmed that Fouty is the subject of a Title IX investigation.

West Virginia University partners with coding group

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Mr. and Miss Amazing Pageant gives disabled students a platform

The fourth annual Mr. and Miss Amazing Pageant was held Saturday night at Hedgesville High School, giving disabled students an opportunity to showcase their talents. "I decided to do a pageant for them because it gave them a chance to be on stage, and the music is therapeutic for them."

Wheeling Man Receives Free Knee Surgery at West Virginia University

Photo Provided The day after receiving a free total knee replacement, Richard Thompson of Wheeling walks down the hall with Shannan Lawrence, a physical therapist at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown. Richard Thompson of Wheeling and Cynthia Lawrence of Lost Creek, W.Va., underwent free total knee and hip replacements, respectively, at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown through Operation Walk USA.

Council members interview three for city attorney

Williamson City Council members interviewed three candidates for the city attorney position during a special meeting Thursday night, hoping to select one of them by next week.

Lender wants proof that hotel ownership group signed off on bankruptcy

The lender of $15 million for a Morgantown hotel wants a federal reorganization case to be dismissed unless owner Mountain Blue Hotel Group prove all of its investors have signed off on the bankruptcy. This past week, the lender submitted the original articles of organization and operating agreement for Mountain Blue from 2013.

Four suspects to appear in court for alleged skimming activity in Morgantown

Four people from Florida will be in court next week after being indicted recently on charges that they used skimmers to steal credit card numbers in the Morgantown area. Meylan Montalvo Gomez, of Hialeah, Florida; Yarai Fuentes Quinones, of Hialeah, Florida; Naudi Reyes Fernandez, of Miami; and Yosan Pons Sosa, of Miami, will appear in court after being charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit access device fraud and other related charges.

Officials: Maryland set to receive over $9M. in Medicaid fraud settlement

Officials say the State of Maryland will receive over $9,000,000 from a pharmaceutical corporation as part of a Medicaid fraud settlement. The Maryland Office of the Attorney General says on Thursday, that the state will receive $9,979,638.42 in a settlement for allegations against Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P. .

Seth Williams, Philadelphia's first black DA, begins 5-year term after bribery conviction

Former District Attorney Seth Williams, a career prosecutor who chased down municipal corruption but whose tenure as Philadelphia's first black DA was mired in a corruption scandal, was sentenced Oct. 24 to five years in prison for accepting a bribe. Seth Williams, Philadelphia's former top prosecutor, has been moved to a federal prison in Oklahoma to begin serving a five-year sentence for accepting a bribe.

WVU Receives $4 Million to Commercialize Work in Vaccinations,...

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - From protecting us from dangerous infections to redefining the future of artificial intelligence to advancing the use of natural gas to bring economic benefit to the state, the depth and breadth of West Virginia University's research and its potential to improve the lives of the citizens of the state is being recognized.

Notices

The South Strabane Township Police Department is trying to fill a police car with toys for children in the area who are less fortunate.

Discount Heaven

Gabe's, the former Gabriel Brothers, got its start in West Virginia half a century ago as one of the pioneers of deep-discount fashion. There's nothing like the shopping thrill of a great find at a spectacular price.

Justice: China - deathly serious' about $83.7B deal

Although relatively short on specifics during a Monday press conference, Gov. Jim Justice showed plenty of enthusiasm for what he termed a Almost one month has passed since West Virginia Secretary of Commerce Woody Thrasher went to Beijing to sign a memorandum of understanding with Chinese officials while in the presence of both President Donald Trump and China's president Xi Jinping. Details, however, remain somewhat scarce, although natural gas-fired power plants in Brooke and Harrison counties reportedly are among the initial investment plans.

Berkeley Medicine launches Heart and Vascular Institute

WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center took the wraps off its new Heart and Vascular Institute that will provide a wider range of cardiac medical care to patients in the Eastern Panhandle in an outdoor sign unveiling ceremony at the hospital Monday. Part of the WVU Heart and Vascular Department in Morgantown, the institute will provide local inpatient and outpatient heart and vascular care for patients in the surrounding Eastern Panhandle area.

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