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African American Cultural Heritage Festival Coming to Charles Town this Weekend
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — The 28th annual Jefferson County WV African American Cultural and Heritage Festival promises youth activities, fellowship, great entertainment, and some regional history, according to spokesman Kenny Hosby.  “Knowing history is important, especially in these times.  I think ...[read more]

EPAC Soccer Preview 2022 – Spring Mills
By Luke Wiggs, Panhandle News Network Sports   Martinsburg, W.Va- It was a tale of 2 different seasons last year for the Spring Mills boys soccer team, the Cardinals lost just a single game through their first 12 matches but lost their final 2 contests of the year. They were eliminated from posts...[read more]

Who’s on the Bus? Berkeley County Schools Unveils New Tech for Passenger Manifest, Bus Routes; Tout New Driver Training to Cover Routes
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — There were not enough bus drivers for Berkeley County school routes last year. Executive Director of General Education Transportation Services for Berkeley County Schools Eric Keesecker talked about their efforts to keep the routes going. “236 full time bus routes – that’s ho...[read more]

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Supreme Court takes over Hope Scholarship appeal, promises hearing soon, says no to stay
More than 3,000 students had been awarded the scholarship, which could have been used for education expenses this fall. The post Supreme Court takes over Hope Scholarship appeal, promises hearing soon, says no to stay appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Ajayi adjusts quickly as he hopes to make mark in first and final season at West Virginia
Veteran cornerback Rashad Ajayi hasn't yet been with the Mountaineers for three full months, but says it's been 'fun' to learn a new defense that utilizes more zone coverage than what he was accustomed to at Colorado State. The post Ajayi adjusts quickly as he hopes to make mark in first and fina...[read more]

Update: Former WVU quarterback Jarret Doege enrolls at Troy
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Four days after leaving Western Kentucky, Jarret Doege has found a new home at Troy University. Doege is officially listed on the roster at Troy and he reportedly practiced with the Trojans on Thursday afternoon. WVU head coach Neal Brown recently led the Troy program in 2018....[read more]

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