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Kroger workers meet in Clarksburg to approve new collective bargaining agreement

The new contract will last for three years and covers 4,000 workers

Clarksburg officials, residents react to allegations against Building Code Officials

Some supported, while others chastised the code enforcement office during Wednesdays City Council meeting.

Glenville State hires new volleyball coach

Katie Avery will be the new leader for the Lady Pioneer Volleyball team

Clarksburg Code Enforcement Office ordered to cease operations by AG, State Fire Commission

In a letter sent to the mayor, the commission alleges "agents of Clarksburg have been retaliating against property owners" after the initial complaint filed last week

Glenville State student completes Sabalauski Air Assault School

Kyle Hartleben went through the 10-day school which trains soldiers and ROTC cadets in aircraft orientation, sling-load operations, and rappelling techniques

Fire Commission initiates complaint against Clarksburg Building Code Officials' demolition practices

An investigation conducted by the Attorney General's Office claims the office operated under illegal practices to demolish buildings in the city

Shinnston looking to improve water system

Officials want to fix an issue which has caused problems for residents for a few years

I-RIDE 79 to offer transit between Morgantown and Charleston

The service will be funded with federal money and operated by Barons Bus Lines of Cleveland, Ohio to run passengers between Charleston and Morgantown

Hazelton inmate found guilty in assault of correctional officer

Edward C. Crow was found to have used a spear he manufactured to stab the officer through the food slot on his cell door

Despite rumors, Harrison County BOE not seeking opt out from Common Core State Standards

The board approved to send a letter to the state board requesting a waiver from integrated math, which is different from the Standards according to one state board member