6 hrs ago
Big News Network.com
State police respond to complaints plan blitz
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15 hrs ago
Crime Report for May 22
Michael Anthony Griffin, 33, of Rock Cliff Drive, Martinsburg, was arrested Tuesday on one count of felony grand larceny and misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence with injury and DUI second offense.
19 hrs ago
Auditons for May 23
Women who love to sing harmony are invited to Harmony Along the Potomac's meet, greet and sing open house on Tuesday, June 11, at 6:30 p.m. at the University of Charleston-Martinsburg at 208 Viking Way.
23 hrs ago
Charleston Daily Mail
Trooper charged with fraud
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A West Virginia State Police trooper faces charges of obtaining leave pay for military training that he didn't attend.
Around Town for May 23
Shepherd University will sponsor an alumni celebration June 15 at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races.
Wed May 22, 2013
Man indicted for attempted murde...
A man charged in connection with a shooting in Martinsburg last summer was indicted Tuesday by a Berkeley County grand jury.
Tue May 21, 2013
Journal Junction for May 21
I have the perfect solution for the use of the pedestal in the square in Martinsburg.
Gerald E. Ingram Sr.
He lived in Martinsburg for most of his life and was raised by his grandmother, Laura Ingram.
Mon May 20, 2013
National Public Radio
The Low-Tech Way Guns Get Traced
Document prep technician Carol Sine and tracer Debra Barrett process firearm transaction documents at the National Tracing Center in Martinsburg, W.Va. Document prep technician Carol Sine and tracer Debra Barrett process firearm transaction documents at the National Tracing Center in Martinsburg, W.Va. Opponents of expanding background checks for ... (more)
West Virginia Metro
U.S. Attorney: Drug fight drawing on many different weapons
"We have to a multi-pronged attack to this problem. We can't just round up 40 people and expect that the problem is going to go away," said Bill Ihlenfeld, the U.S. Attorney for West Virginia's Northern District.
Sat May 18, 2013
Bedington VFD celebrates 50 years
From humble beginnings, volunteers with the Bedington Volunteer Fire Department have a long history to be proud of as the fire station celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cemetery vandalism motive remains a "mystery"
Police now say that the motive behind recently discovered vandalism at two Martinsburg area cemeteries is a "mystery," as investigators have determined it doesn't appear anything was stolen from several dozen caskets and crypts that were found disturbed.
Tue May 14, 2013
Sen. Rockefeller needs to check out ATF operations
It appears to me that the ATF in Martinsburg is using the government mandated "Furlough" of employees and the subsequent change, thanks to Sen.
Mon May 13, 2013
Baby-sitter pleads no contest to abuse charge
A Martinsburg man accused of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl he was supposed to be baby-sitting pleaded no contest Monday to one count of felony first-degree sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12 as part of a plea agreement.
Charleston Daily Mail
Ex-W.Va. sheriff gets 1 year for 2010 beating
A former West Virginia sheriff was ordered into federal custody Monday and will spend a year in prison for his role in the 2010 beating of a bank robber after a high-speed chase.
Community Development director to be part-time
At their meeting Thursday, Martinsburg City Council members voted to change the Community Development Department's director position from a full-time city employee to a part-time contractual position.
Family works to complete eighth Dairy Queen store
Roger and Vicki Peterson grew up at their parents' Dairy Queen stores. Before the siblings were born, in 1958, their parents had already purchased their first store.
Sun May 12, 2013
Morrisey describes best and wors...
With the myriad of issues that fall under the purview of the West Virginia attorney general's office, Attorney General Patrick Morissey has a clear vision on his idea of the legal landscape for the state.
Sat May 11, 2013
Renewed: Martinsburg police levy passes
With all precincts reporting, renewal of the Martinsburg police levy passed Saturday with about 65.5 percent, exceeding the minimum votes needed for renewal by 22.
Heritage Day celebrates previous generations
As the rain poured outside, ladies in 19th-century dresses - complete with hoop skirts - bustled about the Belle Boyd House Saturday afternoon as Martinsburg Heritage Day got under way.