West Virginia crushes Cincinnati Bearcats in a rivalry renewed

By Zippy Zimmerman, RealWV Jaheim White set another career high in rushing yards during his first career start as a Mountaineer. White and Garrett Greene were both able to handily deal with the Cincinnati Bearcats. The storied history between West Virginia and Cincinnati began 102 years ago. It took the Bearcats 81 years to win […]

Merchandise now available at all-new RealWV online store

RealWV is pleased to announce the launch of our new online store!  Currently, we have long sleeve tees and trucker hats available, with new products coming soon. Let everyone know that you get the REAL story by showing your support for West Virginia’s fastest growing news source! Unisex long sleeve tees are made of ultra-soft […]

Pocahontas County Courthouse News: November 11 through November 17

NOTE: No Marriage Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 11 and Nov. 17. The following Death Certificates were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 11 and Nov. 17: The following Land Transfers were filed in Pocahontas County between Nov. 11 and Nov. 17:

Writer Odana Chaney of Culloden selected as 2024 New River Gorge Creative-in-Residence

Odana Chaney of Culloden, West Virginia has been selected as the 2024 New River Gorge Creative-in-Residence. A writer, Chaney will spend the entire month of January living and working at Lafayette Flats, a boutique lodging property in downtown Fayetteville. For the past nine years, Lafayette Flats Boutique Vacation Rentals has hosted the New River Gorge […]

Summersville Middle School welcomes Carnegie Classroom’s ‘Cosmodome’

PRESS RELEASE: SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. – As part of Carnegie Classrooms, and thanks to generous funding from the Nicholas County Community Foundation, Carnegie Hall’s Cosmodome, along with Teaching Artist David Buhrman, presented a week of educational opportunities to Summersville Middle Schoolers in grades 5-8. Carnegie Hall’s portable Cosmodome demonstrates how Earth’s spin and tilt influence the […]

Morrisey issues opinion on dual enrollment for Hope Scholarship recipients

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has issued an opinion addressing whether a county school board or public school may take certain actions against students who are enrolled full-time in public-school programs while also attending privately funded nonpublic-school programs. Read the full opinion here. The Attorney General wrote in the opinion that “excluding […]