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Mask Mandate Was on the Minds of Speakers but not on BOE Agenda in Berkeley County Monday Night
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — It wasn’t on the agenda, but the mask mandate was on the minds of some parents who spoke at the Berkeley County Board of Education meeting Monday night. Chad Tolen was among those who spoke. “We teach our kids not to bully, and yet all I see is adults running around bullying ...[read more]

UPDATE – SUSPECT SHOT, AT A MEDICAL FACILITY IN DC Hagerstown Police Looking for Homicide Suspect in death of Martinsburg Man
HAGERSTOWN, MD — There’s an update to the story we brought you yesterday about the shooting death of a Martinsburg man in Hagerstown Saturday morning. On September 18th, 21-year-old Donavan Ahmod Disney of Martinsburg died after a shooting at 201 E. Franklin Street in Hagerstown. Police were look...[read more]

Charter Bus Driver from Harpers Ferry Arrested for DUI While Driving HHS Teams from Morgantown
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — A charter bus driver driving Hedgesville High School football and cheerleading team members home from a game in Morgantown was charged with DUI. Principal of Hedgesville High School Ron Lyons let parents know in a letter Saturday. The incident occurred early Saturday morning....[read more]



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Man accused in Charleston police officer death gets new trial date
Judge moves Joshua Phillips trial because of courthouse space issues. The post Man accused in Charleston police officer death gets new trial date appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

West Virginia officials acknowledge vaccination numbers were overcounted
Officials say the goal of getting more people vaccinated remains the same. The post West Virginia officials acknowledge vaccination numbers were overcounted appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Accusations of corruption come to light in Westover
WESTOVER – Allegations of corruption, a police department divided, and hidden agendas have come to light after an audio recording of a meeting involving several Westover officials was recently posted online. The over 90-minute meeting that involved former Westover Police Chief Rick Panico, Lt. Jo...[read more]


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