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9 hrs ago | Martinsburg Journal
Following my acceptance of the challenge to "debate issues affecting the energy industry" as tendered by Mr. Chris Hamilton at the Martinsburg meeting, I have made numerous attempts to contact the West Virginia Coal Association.
Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
14 hrs ago | Martinsburg Journal
Betty Lou Treadaway, 79, of Martinsburg, went to meet her maker on Nov. 29, 2013, from her sister Rose's home in Seven Valleys, Pa.
William M. "Billy" Greenfield, 75, of Clearville, was called home to be with the Lord on Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
The Berkeley County center has sharply exceeded expectations since opening in July 2012 and the company anticipates hiring around 2,100 seasonal workers this holiday season.
A Martinsburg man accused of fraudulently obtaining more than $4,000 in contributions from a fundraising benefit last year after lying about having terminal cancer was sentenced Monday to four months in jail and five years of probation.
One of the largest real estate owners in Martinsburg is churches, according to the Rev.
Motorcyclist Bob Cunningham, of Martinsburg, has gotten into just one accident in the 40 years that he has been riding, and he is working with West Virginia Delegate John Overington to keep it that way.
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ADVANCE FOR MONDAY DEC. 2 AND THEREAFTER - In this Friday Nov. 22, 2013 photo Steve Weiss, program coordinator for Blue Ridge Community and Technical College's Hospitality and Culinary Arts Program, teaches medical students with the Eastern Division of West Virginia University School of Medicine healthy cooking recipes and techniques to share with ... (more)
Although AAA East Central listed state gas prices to have increased six cents in time for Thanksgiving travel, the organization predicts that the rising price will not last.
Hundreds of people gathered along Queen Street in downtown Martinsburg Saturday evening to watch the city's annual Christmas parade.
The Martinsburg Bulldogs put themselves in good position to win their historic fourth straight Class AAA state championship with a 35-21 win over Capital on Saturday.
Members of the community gathered Saturday afternoon at Destiny Baptist Church for free coats and important information about health insurance.