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Berkeley County 4-H “Alive and Well” According to Withrow
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — In a year that brought ‘normal’ to a screeching halt, Berkeley County’s 4-H members found ways to thrive. As the pandemic made it clear it wasn’t going to be a normal year for camp or Youth Fair, WVU Extension Service’s Mikey Withrow says youth leaders got busy. “We usually ...[read more]
Shackelford Sentenced to 3-15 years for New Years Eve DUI Death
MARTINSBURG, W.Va.—A Berkeley County judge sentenced a 19-year-old Inwood resident to 3 to 15 years incarceration and a $3,000 fine in the New Year’s Eve death of an 18-year-old Musselman High School student. 19-year-old Nicholas James Shackleford had entered a guilty plea October 19th to the cha...[read more]
Reworking of Bonds Continues in Berkeley County
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Saying it’s a chance to take advantage of historically low interest rates, the Berkeley County Council completed its third bond refunding of the year Wednesday. Council President Doug Copenhaver said, “When interest rates began moving lower in May, the County jumped at the op...[read more]
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Teen charged with arson after Taylor County house fire
Grafton Police said the suspect was 16.
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School Boards’ Rejection of Charter Application Riles Advocates
The Monongalia and Preston County Boards of Education this week rejected an application for what would have been the first charter school in West Virginia. The decisions have renewed the debate over charter schools, and motivated Republican lawmakers who want to expand charter school opportunitie...[read more]
Mingo County man charged after allegedly shooting wife
Jason Gillman, of Lenore, is accused of shooting his wife in the back of the head.
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