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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]

Virginia State Police Now Handling Officer Involved Shooting in Winchester Wednesday Morning
WINCHESTER, VA. — Winchester Police have released more details in Wednesday morning’s officer involved shooting. In a statement released this afternoon, Winchester Police Department stateed a Winchester resident is dead following an encounter with officers that occurred shortly after 7am. The pre...[read more]

Soccer Player Gets Injunction – AAA State Tourney Ordered Delayed
By Marsha Chwalik November 5, 2020 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A Circuit Court Judge’s order in Berkeley County now means the state AAA high school boys and girls soccer tournament set for this weekend in Raleigh County may not happen. The order was released just after 11 this morning from Circuit Court...[read more]

Mayor Johnson: Families Should Decide Whether to Trick or Treat
Halloween in Martinsburg Not Official – Up to Families It’s not an official city event, but if families are out October 31st from 6 to 8 in the city of Martinsburg with trick-or-treaters, Mayor Harriet Johnson says the city will have extra patrols out to help keep them safe. “We didn’t say it is ...[read more]

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If map allows, two competitive Class AAA semifinals are lined up
Cabell Midland hosts Bridgeport while Musselman travels to South Charleston. The post If map allows, two competitive Class AAA semifinals are lined up appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Herd’s season opener cancelled due to pandemic concerns
Players for Coppin State had tested positive for COVID-19. The post Herd’s season opener cancelled due to pandemic concerns appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

In pandemic, teacher with health worries says he’s thankful for time in classroom
West Virginia school systems face even greater challenges as virus numbers grow. The post In pandemic, teacher with health worries says he’s thankful for time in classroom appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Resident COVID positive number now at 80 at Marshall County nursing home
Dozens of cases are being confirmed at other Stonerise facilities elsewhere in West Virginia. The post Resident COVID positive number now at 80 at Marshall County nursing home appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Bank robbery suspect arrested in Harrison County
The robbery was reported in Salem on Nov. 17, 2020. The post Bank robbery suspect arrested in Harrison County appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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