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Monday Event Focuses on Environmental Impact of a Changing Climate 
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — An event scheduled for Monday evening at Shepherd University is aimed at discussing the price tag for a changing environmental landscape. The Stubblefield Institute for Civil Political Communications is hosting “The American Conversation Series presents: AMERICA’S CLIMATE C...[read more]

“Enough Fentanyl to kill 20,000 People” — Two Martinsburg residents indicted on cocaine and fentanyl charges
 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Two Martinsburg residents are facing cocaine and fentanyl charges, accused of having enough fentanyl to kill 20,000 people, US Attorney William Ihlenfeld  announced. Desmond Lamont Davis, 31, and Karmen Grimes, 21, were indicted this week on one count of “Conspiracy to Posse...[read more]

Michael Noll, Honoree at Champion for Youth Dinner, Reflects on More than 50 Years in Local Theatre
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The Apollo Civic Theatre’s Michael Noll will be the honoree at this year’s Stefani Pierson Champion for Youth Dinner. The event is set for this evening at War Memorial Park beginning at 6 p.m. The annual event is sponsored by numerous community partners and hosted by the Boys...[read more]

Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department Hosting a Community Day this Saturday
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Berkeley County Sheriff Nathan Harmon is having a get together. On Saturday, May 21st, the parking lot will be filled with activities and community resources for families, and Sheriff Harmon says he’ll be giving tours. He’ll have a variety of first responder vehicles on displ...[read more]

Panhandle Students Lauded for Golden Horseshoe Sword Design
 CHARLESTON, W. Va. — Two Berkeley County students are getting high praise for their swordsmithing. First Lady Cathy Justice announced the winners of the First Lady Student Artist Series Sword Smithing Design Contest in a ceremony this week at the West Virginia Culture Center. The winning sword w...[read more]

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Education leaders provide job opportunities to West Virginians leaving prison
A Re-Entry and Recovery Works Conference was held last week in Charleston. The post Education leaders provide job opportunities to West Virginians leaving prison appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Property owners can challenge updated flood maps in 2 counties
FEMA has adjusted the flood hazard zones for Kanawha and Greenbrier Counties in the wake of the 2016 flood. Property owners who see a change in status have just under three months to challenge the changes. The post Property owners can challenge updated flood maps in 2 counties appeared first on...[read more]

WVU, Monongalia County set to welcome lawmakers for interim meetings
Three-day schedule begins Sunday afternoon. The post WVU, Monongalia County set to welcome lawmakers for interim meetings appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Vehicle crashes through front of Dairy Queen in Putnam County
Restaurant workers were serving customers when the crash happened Saturday evening. The post Vehicle crashes through front of Dairy Queen in Putnam County appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Doddridge surges past Ritchie in final event to defend their Class A state title
The Bulldogs erased a two-point deficit by winning the 4x400 meter relay, defending their Class A state title. The post Doddridge surges past Ritchie in final event to defend their Class A state title appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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