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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
This week in W.Va. history

Courtesy of the West Virginia Humanities Council William H. "Teepi" Kendrick died May 25, 1937, in Morgantown.

Accused Morgantown bank robber back in WV custody

A Pennsylvania man who allegedly robbed two Morgantown banks has been extradited from Pennsylvania and is now lodged in the North Central Regional Jail. Dustin Albert Bohna, 37, of Hiller, Pa., was booked Thursday evening.

Shooting Now in WV: 'Buckwild' Producers Return to Film 'WV Wilder'

When "Buckwild" debuted on MTV, the ratings echoed its "Jersey Shore" predecessor. Young people followed the series; Sen. Joe Manchin asked that it be removed from the air.

Arts Center to host drum performance

Joyous Noise, a steel drum band from the Morgantown area, is set to perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at The Arts Center in Elkins.

Scattered, steady showers could cause some problems

There will be scattered rounds of rain in West Virginia through Friday with the possibility of flooding, according to the National Weather Service. Lots of moisture from the south is meeting up with a boundary weather front just west of the Mountain State creating a funnel for the precipitation, according to NWS Meteorologist Maura Casey.

Gee urges WVU Class of 2018 to make choices that serve their purpose in life

Courtesy of WVU Today Aziz Aldasem reads his diploma after walking during the College of Business and Economics Commencement in the Coliseum.

WVU launches minor in addiction studies to combat nation's opioid crisis

In the face of the national opioid epidemic, the West Virginia University College of Education and Human Services will launch its minor in addiction studies beginning in the fall of 2018.

Three people busted for prostitution in Monongalia County

Stephanie Clark, 34, of Morgantown; Erica Herrod, 38, of Monongalia County; and Clara Ernest, 25, of Tampa, Florida and of Morgantown are all facing charges of prostitution. The Mon Metro Drug Task Force, Harrison County Drug Task Force, the DEA, and the Morgantown Police Department all worked in conjunction to make the arrests.

Transfers Could Elevate West Virginia to the Top of the Big 12

Welcome, By-Godders, to The Shotgun/Throwdown, WVU's best place for sports links, information, sophomoric humor and daily distractions. Shea Patterson and the rest of college football's high impact transferes ESPN's Adam Rittenberg released a list of transfers who he believes will shake up college football this fall.

On Supreme Court's PASPA Ruling, Brad Humphreys, Prof of Economics at ...

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. On May 14, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act was unconstitutional.

Another subcontractor files lien against medical marijuana growing operation

Shown is the AGRiMED's entrance on Thomas Drive in Cumberland Township, where a medical marijuana growing facility has been built.

Emmitt Matthews Jr Rounds Out West Virginia's 2018 Recruiting Class

West Virginia Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins just picked up the final piece to what could be a National Championship worthy puzzle, as Emmitt Matthews Jr. has announced his plans to join his friends Jordan McCabe and Trey Doomes in Morgantown. The 6'7" forward from Tacoma, Washington had previously signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the UConn Huskies and former head coach Kevin Ollie.

'Proud as a peacock,' thousands of parents and students celebrate commencement

Across a 72-hour span, nearly 4,500 undergraduates, grad students, and doctoral students will have their names called to honor their completed work at West Virginia University. "Proud as a peacock," said Rex Bound, a Weston native seeing his daughter graduate with her Doctorate in Pharmacy Studies.

Woman killed in Preston County wreck was WVU sophomore

Police have identified the woman killed in an accident on Interstate 68 on May 9 as Tonya Rebecca Cesa, 20, of Morgantown. Preston Sheriff's Deputies released the name May 11. According to an earlier press release, Cesa was killed and a man injured when the 1999 Toyota they were in hit a road sign and two concrete bridge pillars.

WVU Board of Governors holds 'emergency meeting'

Friday's emergency meeting of the WVU Board of Governors was held in Stewart Hall as opposed to the board's typical meeting place in the Erickson Alumni Center. Friday's emergency meeting of the WVU Board of Governors was held in Stewart Hall as opposed to the board's typical meeting place in the Erickson Alumni Center.

Hostile Teachers Take the Joy Out of Learning

That's the suggestion of a new study that included nearly 500 undergraduate students who watched either a lecture presented in a normal fashion or one in which the teacher was antagonistic, such as belittling students, showing favoritism or criticizing their input. The students who watched the antagonistic lecture scored 5 percent lower on the test, the findings showed.

Police upgrade charges in Charleston elderly neglect death

Charleston police say a woman will face a more serious charge in connection with the care of her elderly mother. Lisa Dunlap, 50, had her charge upgraded to neglect of an incapacitated adult causing death.

News of the Weird:

Kenny Bachman, 21, had a rude awakening when he racked up a $1,636 Uber fare on Feb. 23 following a night of partying with high school friends in Morgantown, West Virginia. The Charlotte Observer reported that Bachman and the friend he planned on staying with stopped at a convenience store during the evening.

When An Infected Tooth Becomes Much More

Earlier this year, a surgical resident was paged to the emergency room to evaluate a man with an angry mass bulging beneath his chin. Dr. Habib Zalzal half race-walked, half ran to find a panting 40-year-old in obvious distress.

Preston County man charged with murder

Second-degree murder is the charge against a Preston County man accused in the stabbing death of his estranged wife. The Dominion Post in Morgantown reported Joseph Harrison, 26, was arrested late Tuesday night for allegedly killing Kimberly Harrison, 27. Kimberly Harrison was found Tuesday afternoon at Kingwood's Rodeheaver Trailer Park, according to deputies with the Preston County Sheriff's Department.

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