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Early Turnout in Berkeley County Reaches 14 Percent
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — They’ve been processing one voter every 25 seconds using two lines with 15 machines running during early voting in Berkeley County. “Record Turnout.  Between early voting and absentee ballots, we have already surpassed the amount of ballots cast in any previous presidential e...[read more]

Five Eastern Panhandle Residents Indicted in Multi-State Federal Investigation
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – It’s been dubbed the “19th Street Enterprise” – a multi-state group that has been implicated in drug, violence, money and weapons offenses. First Assistant US Attorney for the Northern Office Randolph Bernard made the announcement at War Memorial Park in Martinsburg Wednesday...[read more]

Martinsburg elects first female mayor
Harriet Johnson currently serves as a Martinsburg City Council member.[read more]

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Lawyers for Reta Mays gather mental health records prior to sentencing in VA killings
Federal judge sets February sentencing dates. The post Lawyers for Reta Mays gather mental health records prior to sentencing in VA killings appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Nine counties top 30% voter turnout ahead of Tuesday’s election
Early voting ends Saturday. The post Nine counties top 30% voter turnout ahead of Tuesday’s election appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Trinity to be well-represented at state cross country meet despite small roster
— Story by Daniel Woods MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — For many second-year cross country coaches, a season with less than enough players to compete as a team would seem to be a year turned toward program-building. For Trinity Christian’s John Barnett, the 2020 campaign is instead shaping up to be a program...[read more]

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