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South Charleston closer to writing tickets for nuisance violations

South Charleston officials are one step closer to being able to immediately write tickets for abandoned vehicles, noisy animals and other nuisance ordinance violations.

City Council on Thursday evening heard the first reading of an ordinance...

South Charleston closer to writing tickets for nuisance violations

South Charleston officials are one step closer to being able to immediately write tickets for abandoned vehicles, noisy animals and other nuisance ordinance violations.

City Council on Thursday evening heard the first reading of an ordinance...

UC women ousted by Notre Dame
UC women ousted by Notre Dame

By Mike Whiteford

For the Gazette

At halftime, in the aftermath of a nightmarish first half and saddled with an 11-point deficit, Notre Dame College’s players exchanged knowing glances.

“We didn’t want to go...

Prep sectional schedules continue to be juggled

As if recent rain, snow, flooding and power outages weren’t enough to hinder prep basketball postseason games around the state, now comes a deadline.

The SSAC manual mandates that all boys sectional games be completed by March 7...

WVU freshman guards need to step up again
WVU freshman guards need to step up again

MORGANTOWN — As West Virginia approaches Senior Day, it’s anything but the seniors who are at the center of the team’s fortunes.

That could change, of course. In fact, it would be extremely...

Mitch Vingle: Warming toward the MEC

When the Mountain East Conference was formed, there weren’t many warm, fuzzy moments.

It seemed as if a handful of folks woke up one day, thrust a knife into the old West Virginia Conference and, seemingly overnight, the MEC was formed....

MEC women: No. 1 West Liberty survives 2-OT thriller vs. Wise
MEC women: No. 1 West Liberty survives 2-OT thriller vs. Wise

No. 1 seed West Liberty made sure that the Mountain East Tournament’s top two seeds didn’t both get eliminated, but it took two white-knuckle overtime periods to get it done.

For the third time this season, the Hilltoppers (21-8)...

MEC women’s tournament: Shepherd outlasts Glenville 100-91

Second-seeded Shepherd rode the scoring of seniors Gabby Flinchum and Briana Vaden to a 100-91 victory over Glenville State in Thursday’s quarterfinals of the Mountain East Conference basketball tournament.

A snowstorm-suppressed...

State finals a double play for Dawson, Rogoszewski
State finals a double play for Dawson, Rogoszewski

HURRICANE — Some high school athletes toil for four years and never come close to playing for a state championship.

But J.T. Rogoszewski and Trey Dawson aren’t your typical high school athletes....

WVU Tech men, women jump into AII tourney play today

All schools made it to WVU Tech for the tournament of NAIA independents and are hooping away at the Baisi Center in Montgomery. Today, the host teams swing into action.

The Golden Bears men and women take to the floor for the semifinals of the...

WVU’s Trickett to appear on Outdoor Channel show

Former West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett will appear on next week’s episode of Gridiron Outdoors with Mike Pawlawski on the Outdoor Channel.

The episode airs at 10:30 a.m. Monday, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday and 6 p.m. Sunday....

Area roundup: Monongalia Co. Ballpark opener pushed back

Severe weather, including single-digit temperatures throughout the month of February, will delay the opening of the new Monongalia County Ballpark in Morgantown.

West Virginia University was set to open the ballpark on March 17 at 3 p.m. vs....

One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.
One-two punch of flood and snow takes toll on W.Va.

A day off from school. A ride on a sled. A white-knuckle drive to work. A cold day without power. Thursday’s snowstorm — which fell atop Wednesday’s flooding in West Virginia — was a lot of things to a lot of people, and...

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