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Charles Town, West Virginia is located in Jefferson County. Zip codes in Charles Town, WV include 25414. The median home price in Charles Town is $250,000. More Charles Town information.

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You've Got News' panel discussion to be held Thursday

On Sept. 4, the Eastern Panhandle Entrepreneurs Forum will present a panel discussion: "You've Got News! How to Work with the Media to Market Your Business" with representatives from local media outlets.The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Charles Town at The Inn at Charles Town, 100 Hollywood Drive, and begins at 5:30 ... (more)

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Charles Town, Ranson tied to one another

Charles Town and Ranson wanted to submit a joint application to take part in the second phase of West Virginia's Municipal Home Rule Pilot Program, but the Home Rule Board, which oversees the application and implementation process of the program, ruled the two cities had to enter separate applications.

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Martinsburg Journal

Charles Town bike shop relocates to Ranson

After being located for two years in downtown Charles Town, the 3 Points Cycle bike store is laying down tracks at a new location in Ranson.

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Martinsburg Journal

Town of Bath is smallest of applicants

Of the 22 municipalities applying to be part of West Virginia's extended and expanded Home Rule Pilot Program, the Town of Bath is the only Class IV municipality.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Benjamin T. Meece

Born Jan. 2, 1948, in Scuddy, Kentucky, he was the son of the late William Meece and Lake Erie Adams Meece.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Rotary Club of Charles Town gives $32,000 to area groups

The Rotary Club of Charles Town donated $32,000 to a number of area charities from money raised from its annual J.B. Smith Memorial Golf Tournament.

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Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Celebrating Smithfield

Many Jefferson County residents don't know that Middleway played a role in Civil War history, but organizers of a four-day commemoration that kicks off Thursday hope to change that.

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Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

The wait is over

Washington High School defenders gang tackle a John Paul Catholic running back Friday night during the Patriots' second preseason scrimmage in Charles Town.

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Martinsburg Journal

Jefferson discusses Common Core issues

Despite ongoing efforts to implement state-mandated Next Generation Content Standard Objectives, West Virginia's version of the Common Core, Jefferson County Board of Education members are still concerned about the transition and what the changes will mean for students - as well as parents, many of whom are now finding it hard to help with ... (more)

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Tennant celebrates Women's Equality Day in Charles Town, discusses pay

West Virgnia Secretary of State and U.S. Senate candidate Natalie Tennant, D-W.Va., celebrated Women's Equality Day on Tuesday in Charles Town by campaigning with West Virginia's first female Secretary of State, Helen Holt.

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Martinsburg Journal

Official: Jefferson school buses feature latest equipment

Jefferson County Schools Transportation Coordinator Bob Boylan has plenty of news to share when it comes to the latest technology now being featured on the district's buses - some that isn't yet found anywhere else in the state, he said.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Officials urged to engage in meetings

City residents urged officials to engage more with the public during this week's Charles Town council meeting and offered suggestions on how to improve transparency in Charles Town's governmental procedures.

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Martinsburg Journal

Mooney campaign poll shows lead in race

According to a poll released Thursday by the Alex Mooney for Congress campaign, the Republican candidate holds a sizable lead over Democrat Nick Casey in the race for West Virginia's Second Congressional District seat.

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Martinsburg Journal

Job Corps program celebrates 50 years

Journal photo by John McVey Sara Harmison leads the launch of 50 balloons Thursday over the Harpers Ferry Job Corps campus to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Job Corps.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

HAZMAT Magazine

West Virginia awarded extra $250,000 for revitalization

The US Environmental Protection Agency is announcing $250,000 in additional brownfields funding to support revitalization efforts underway in Charles Town, West Virginia.

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Martinsburg Journal

3rd annual 'Burg Wing Off is Saturday at Martinsburg Mall

The Martinsburg Mall and the Living Room church are joining forces this year for the 3rd annual 'Burg Wing Off at the mall from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Out& about

Elaborate, embellished books and other creations by master paper cutter Elizabeth O'Shea Goins are showcased in a new exhibit at South Jefferson Public Library in Summit Point, and anyone's welcome to attend a reception Sunday afternoon to see the work and chat with the artist.

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Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Charles Town sees competitive card prior to Sadie Hawkins

In the races leading up to the Sadie Hawkins and the latest victory in the stellar career of local state-bred mare, Down Town Allen, several runners performed admirably in the blend of allowance, claiming and maiden races on the Saturday card.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Charles Town officials seek legal counsel in redistricting

After addressing concerns of gerrymandering, Charles Town city officials have voted to seek legal counsel to aid in the city's ward redistricting process.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Bike Night takes over city

Hundreds of local motorcycle enthusiasts joined the Blue Knights West Virginia Chapter V on Saturday afternoon for the annual Martinsburg Bike Night event.

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