The Farmhouse Café along with Morgantown Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting celebration Wednesday to officially open for business at Cheat Lake in Morgantown. This new business features a coffee, bakery, florist and gift boutique.The business is locally owned and operated by Michelle Rowan who lives in the Cheat Lake with
her husband and children and the florist section is run by Raiko Jack who has over 20 years of experience in the floral business.
“We are now offering something that the Cheat Lake Area has been missing,” said Rowan. “We are now the place at Cheat Lake where you can get lunch, that perfect cup of coffee, fresh baked goods, a gift from our boutique, or flowers for that special Rooted by Design, the Cafés in-house florist will specialize in custom fresh and artificial floral designs for all occasions, home and commercial decorating, weddings and events".
The Espresso and coffee bar is open from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturdays. The Farmhouse is located... http://www.wdtv.com/wdtv.cfm?func%3Dview%26section%3D5-News%26item%3DMorgantown-Welcomes-Farmhouse-Cafe-27142
MORGANTOWN — The thing about life is the more you know about it, the less you know.
Think back to those days when you were coming of age, all eager and wide-eyed, your future lying in front of you, hopes and dreams.
That’s how it was with John Flowers, the one-time West Virginia basketball player from Bob Huggins’ 2010 Mountaineer Final Four team, only he really never could fully grasp where he was headed.
Flowers should have had a hint coming out of high school, lined up to go to West Virginia to play for ... no, not Huggins but John Beilein. Then one day the news came to Flowers that Beilein had gone to Michigan, and that Huggins was coming to West Virginia.
Flowers didn’t know where he would end up.
“It was a good thing my mother was here to guide me through that stuff,” Flowers said the other day as he took part not only in Huggins’ Fantasy Camp, but was involved in creating his second alumni reunion basketball game at Morgantown High on July 30.
“She was an All-American basket... http://www.theet.com/sports/wvu/flowers-enjoys-time-back-in-morgantown/article_d50d4343-353e-59b4-96c4-ba048ea0df98.html
MORGANTOWN — Local businesses and the Metropolitan Theatre are joining forces to help make the trip of a lifetime possible for the Morgantown High School (MHS) band.
The theater will host a special fashion show on Feb. 4 as one of several fundraising events to raise money for the band’s trip to Hawaii during the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
MHS Band Auxiliary co-president Ava Beatty said the show’s theme will be that of proms and spring formals, featuring a plethora of items.
Models will display dresses, tuxedos, jewelry, corsages and other items. Beatty said representatives from Coni & Franc, Bella Hair, Queens Choice, Lavish Boutique, Daniel’s of Morgantown, Coombs Flowers and others will be at the Met to showcase their offerings.
Beatty said tickets for the fashion show are $5 for students and $7 for adults. Tickets ca be purchased at MHS, Queen’s Choice, Coni & Franc and Lavish Boutique. Met doors will open at 6 p.m., and entertainment by the MHS Jazz Ban... http://thedpost.com/Met-to-host-band-trip-fundraiser