City bans gatherings of 10-plus, encourages residents to self-isolate
A photo of Mayor David McCauley and city recorder Randy Sanders from council's March 5 meeting. Channel 3 partnered with the City of Buckhannon to livestream Thursday's council meeting to allow the public real-time access to the meeting and other keep preventative health measures intact.

City bans gatherings of 10-plus, encourages residents to self-isolate

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BUCKHANNON – Groups of 10 or more people are no longer permitted to congregate within the corporate limits of the City of Buckhannon, and city officials are strongly recommending residents…

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Wesleyan suspends face-to-face classes for the spring semester, asks students to depart campus and return home by Sunday

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West Virginia Wesleyan College will suspend face-to-face classes and ask students to leave campus for the remainder of the semester, the school announced Thursday morning. In an email to the…

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Council approves acquisition of old bank drive-thru lot
City engineer Jay Hollen outlines a plan for the 1.03-acre lot on Madison Street, where the old Chase Bank drive-thru was once located. The city approved a purchase agreement in which it will pay $200,000 in exchange for Citizens Bank, which currently owns the lot, donating $100,000 to the SYCC capital campaign for a new multi-purpose facility.

Council approves acquisition of old bank drive-thru lot

BUCKHANNON – City officials say they would use the acre of land on which the old Chase Bank drive-thru was located to construct additional restroom facilities, a picnic area, more…

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