As the days of the coronavirus, necessitated social distancing and stay-at-home orders continue, the remainder of the prep sports schedule is further jeopardized. The resumption of basketball tournaments in both boys and girls seems doubtful at this point with spring sports also in question.
HUNTINGTON — While America has a melting pot of different faiths and religions with a variety of beliefs, there is at least one thing local congregations have in common for the first time due to the threat of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) — their places of worship are empty.
HUNTINGTON — The Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum continues to accept applications for the summer 2020 Institute on Black History Instruction at Marshall University.
Despite a likely pending spike in coronavirus claims and the collapse of the stock market, the West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency remains in good financial health, members of the PEIA Finance Board were advised Thursday.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia college students won’t have to maintain minimum grade point averages to continue receiving free community college tuition or money from Promise Scholarships, Higher Education Grants and a couple other state scholarship programs for next academic year.
Most West Virginia University and Shepherd University students won’t return to campus for the rest of this semester because of the coronavirus pandemic.
HUNTINGTON — In an effort to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus, face-to-face classes at Marshall University have been suspended through the remainder of the school year and instruction will now be held online or through other alternative mediums, according to a letter from President J…
The 2019-20 West Virginia University men’s basketball team had its fair share of youth and inexperience to overcome, and despite some rough stretches at times, there was plenty on display to make fans optimistic about the state of the program in the immediate future.
HUNTINGTON – Every year in mid-March graduating medical students across the country, including those from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, gather at their local universities and at the same time open envelopes that determine the next chapter of their lives.
It was not bad enough Oak Hill’s Fred Ferri had to come up with a way to beat Wyoming East, a true titan in Class AA at the time, and a team that had beaten the Red Devils three times already during the 2010 season in four meetings, twice by 20.
CHARLESTON — Hoping to avoid “turmoil at the polls,” West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner is making absentee voting more accessible amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
HUNTINGTON — Due to concerns about the new coronavirus, Mountain Health Network hospitals — St. Mary’s Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital — are enacting a no-visitor policy that begins at noon Saturday, March 21.
Amid the cornonavirus pandemic, the West Virginia Supreme Court on Monday directed all courts to suspend all proceedings, except those with emergency circumstances until April 10.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s gambling addiction treatment group, 1-800-GAMBLER, wants to let residents know that they are still offering help during the COVID-19 crisis.
CHARLESTON — Offices of the West Virginia attorney general and the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia are urging consumers to protect themselves from scams, price gouging and other financial harm during the global coronavirus pandemic.
Inmates incarcerated in West Virginia have even less access to the outside world while the novel coronavirus pandemic spreads through the Mountain State.
HUNTINGTON - Even though the season was cut short for Marshall's softball program, that doesn't diminish the impressive numbers the Herd put up during its 2020 campaign.
Nearly all of my friends, acquaintances and even my wife are die-hard sports enthusiasts. Having said this, I must admit that for the rest of you folks whose interests revolve around other non-athletic activities, you should feel fortunate.
HUNTINGTON - Former Marshall standout Jon Elmore is back home in Charleston, waiting to see when or even if his rookie season in professional basketball in Italy will continue due to the coronavirus.