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Knowles Appointed Mayor of Martinsburg; Zoning Ordinance Rewrite Adopted
Kevin Knowles is Martinsburg’s Mayor. The Martinsburg City Council selected Knowles out of a field of ten Wednesday evening to fulfill the three years remaining on term of the late Mayor Harriet Johnson. Knowles said he and the late mayor were friends who collaborated on a lot of projects. He sai...[read more]

Accidents at Tabler Station Entrance Ramp Persist; Eastern Panhandle Trucker calls Lack of Merge Area “Dangerous”
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The entrance ramp at Tabler Station Road that saw a four-vehicle accident Sunday was already the scene of other crashes in the few weeks since Interstate 81 northbound lanes in Berkeley County were reconfigured June 28th. Construction in the area has been part of a years’ lon...[read more]

Martinsburg Mayor Harriet Johnson Remembered Fondly
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — With an honor guard standing watch over the funeral chapel, family, friends, and colleagues gathered in Martinsburg this week to remember Martinsburg Mayor Harriet Johnson, who passed away last week at the age of 71. A common thread was how much she loved her city, how she co...[read more]

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I Wish That Once…
I’m off this week.  Dave Wilson is filling in.  However, I have an assignment for you.  Please complete the following sentence: “I wish that once, just ONCE, Hoppy would…” I look forward to reading your responses! (No, seriously, I do.) My best, Hop The post I Wish That Once… appeared first on WV...[read more]

Marshall County woman reaches highest rank for Chief Warrant Officer
Kristie Smith of Moundsville put in the time and commitment to become the first woman to reach CWO5 with the West Virginia National Guard. The post Marshall County woman reaches highest rank for Chief Warrant Officer appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Officials optimistic with end in sight to bridge project in Ohio County
Phase 2 is scheduled to be completed in November. The post Officials optimistic with end in sight to bridge project in Ohio County appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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