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Martinsburg elects first female mayor
Harriet Johnson currently serves as a Martinsburg City Council member.[read more]

Police searching for missing Morgan County woman
Hayley Marie Sapp hasn't been heard from in over five days.[read more]

Martinsburg holding municipal election
For the first time in 20 years, Martinsburg will have a new mayor.[read more]

Jefferson, Washington graduation ceremonies postponed after governor’s recent order
Gov. Jim Justice's new order limits crowd sizes to 25 or fewer.[read more]

New York fugitive arrested in Berkeley County after brief standoff
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A man wanted for two New York City murders has been arrested in Berkeley County. Charles Hernandez, 47, was taken into custody at 2:45 Thursday afternoon on Garden Drive near Martinsburg. Hernandez was the prime suspect in a June 27th double homicide in Brooklyn, New York. A ...[read more]

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Photo gallery: Doddridge posts third consecutive shutout, 31-0 over Lincoln Co.
WEST UNION, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Doddridge County’s 31-0 win over Lincoln County at Cline Stansberry Stadium. The Bulldogs have not allowed a single point in their 3-0 start and they have won 31 consecutive regular season games. (Photos courtesy of Ben Queen Photography) The post Photo gall...[read more]

Roundup: Eleven teams race out to 3-0 starts
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A look around the Mountain State for news and notes during the third week of the high school football season. Jackson hauls in three first half TDs, Park tops Huntington Shaheed Jackson had three receiving touchdowns in the second quarter to help stake Wheeling Park to a 28-0 ...[read more]

St. Marys holds off Ritchie County rally, 34-26
— Story by Dave Wilson, Highlights by Teran Malone ST. MARYS, W.Va. – A late touchdown and defensive stop by St. Marys squashed a Ritchie County comeback attempt propelling the Blue Devils to their third straight victory to start the season.  St. Marys (3-0) held on to beat Ritchie County (2-1) 3...[read more]

Lincoln wins opener in thrilling fashion over Nicholas County
— Story and highlights by Daniel Woods SHINNSTON, W.Va. — The clock at Stydahar Field read 1.9 seconds. The Lincoln Cougars trailed Nicholas County 22-20 following a 19-yard field goal by the Grizzlies’ Brayden Short. The play that ensued will be talked about in Harrison County for years to come....[read more]

Oak Glen collects another quality win, 55-46 over John Marshall
— Story by Ethan Collins NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — In an offensive shootout with both teams combining for over a thousand yards, Oak Glen knocked off Class AAA opponent John Marshall 55-46. Oak Glen (3-0) dominated the game for three quarters and led the game 48-21 going into the fourth. Turnovers ...[read more]

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