Doug Morris has been named Morgantown Volunteer Fire Department Fireman of the Year. He received the award based on his contributions to the department throughout the year.
While many of you were sleeping in the early morning hours of Tuesday, December 13, 2011, the Butler County High School Marching Band was preparing for a day they would not forget. The band left at 2:30 AM for a trip to Frankfort, Kentucky to participate in the 59th Governors Inaugural Parade.
Butler County Sheriff Deputy Chris Reneer and Morgantown Police Officer Travis McIntosh were recently honored in Lexington as part of the Governor’s Campaign against Drunk/Impaired Driving.
Jones Funeral Chapel has undergone a major remodel. The renovation took nearly two months to complete, but the results are striking, from the foyer to the selection room. The main chapel is half-again larger than before, with a new pulpit area and a beautiful, inviting fireplace. The chapel ca
They formed a circle of chairs in the lobby of Morgantown Bank and Trust. Included was a chorus of guitars, a mandolin and a dobro. As the microphone was passed to the next in line, each one took a turn with a song of their choice.
Around 1:15 Saturday afternoon, Morgantown Volunteer Fire Department and Fourth District Volunteer Fire Departement responded to a possible structure fire at 2707 Brownsville Road. Upon arriving, firemen found heavy smoke coming from the upstairs of the house. The occupants of the house were al
The Morgantown City Council met Thursday night and addressed a motel tax ordinance, safety issues at the city park ballfields, and a vacancy on the Planning and Zoning Board.
The Butler County Sherriff’s Office is investigating a break-in which occurred during the daylight hours on Tuesday. According to Deputy Chris Reneer the home of David Coleman at 2658 Cool Springs Road was broken into sometime between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. while Coleman was at work.
Aubrey West, the now-former chairman of the Morgantown Planning and Zoning Committee, is considering legal action against the city of Morgantown following Mayor Linda Keown's recent decision to remove him from the paid board.
If you are in the ranks of the people who believe customer service is a thing of the past, you need to take a little trip to 100 South Main Street in Morgantown. There you will find Garrison’s, a family clothing store that has been in business since 1957.