Local groups partner to deliver handmade pillow cases to shut-in seniors
Representatives from the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, the Upshur County Family Resource Center, the Heavner Grove CEOs, the Quilters at Heart Quilt Guild and the Upshur County Senior Center met Thursday at the Senior Center to present handmade pillow cases and pillows that will be distributed to senior in-home clients. Showing off the beautiful pillow cases are: back, from left, Joyce Zirkle, Mary Johnson, Shirley Warner, Eloise Tenney and Elaine Wright; front, from left, Phyllis Sembello, FRN executive director Lori Ulderich Harvey and senior center director Sarah Campbell.

Local groups partner to deliver handmade pillow cases to shut-in seniors

BUCKHANNON – Christmas is a time for sharing time, talents and resources with others. In that spirit, a collaboration of groups have come together for the second year in a…

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Resurrecting respect: Buckhannon becomes first city in W.Va. to embrace civility resolution

BUCKHANNON – On Thursday, Buckhannon became the first municipality in the Mountain State to embrace a resolution calling for the revival of civil discourse on the local governmental level. Mayor…

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City council approves ‘public nuisance’ ordinance
Buckhannon police chief Matt Gregory asks council to approve the public nuisance ordinance at Thursday evening's city council meeting.

City council approves ‘public nuisance’ ordinance

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BUCKHANNON – The original name of the ordinance may have died, but the law itself lived on, passing on second and final reading by a majority vote at Buckhannon City…

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Alfredo’s Italian and Greek restaurant could open by November’s end
Alfredo's Italian and Greek family restaurant is tentatively slated to open in Tennerton at the end of November.

Alfredo’s Italian and Greek restaurant could open by November’s end

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TENNERTON – Usually, categorizing an eatery as a “family-style restaurant” indicates the place offers casual dining, a wide variety of menu options, sit-down table service and affordable prices. But a…

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Updated: Pedestrian suffered non-life-threatening injuries after being struck by car on Route 20

TENNERTON -- A pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle while walking along Route 20 Thursday evening suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to state police. Cpl. V.J. Pyles with the Buckhannon…

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Upshur FRN: Number of children in foster care system steadily climbing
Pictured, from left, are Susie Haught, Dr. Joseph Reed, commission president Sam Nolte, FRN director Lori Harvey, commissioner Troy "Buddy" Brady, commissioner Terry Cutright and April Small.

Upshur FRN: Number of children in foster care system steadily climbing

BUCKHANNON – After last year’s urgent message that hundreds of West Virginia children had been placed in foster care, the Upshur County Family Resource Network received a large response from…

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