Linda F. Snyder
Linda Faye Snyder, 66, of Hedgesville, left for her eternal home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, in the comfort of her home.
Harold McKinley Smith
Born March 2, 1929 in Great Cacapon, he was the son of the late Theodore Roosevelt McKinley and Mary Catherine Gaither Smith.
Journal Junction for February 24
A very special "thank you" to the Musselman High Alumni Association for its fund raising event Saturday evening.
Expo wows brides-to-be
One local bride-to-be and members of her wedding party-who happen to be sorority sisters-spent an unseasonably warm afternoon discovering what local vendors had to offer Sunday at The Journal's 16th annual Ultimate Wedding Expo at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Shepherdstown.
In The Arena
Amid a generous supply of testosterone and tattoos, John McInturff strolled into the Berkeley 2000 Recreation Center on Friday night intent on marking off an item on his bucket list.
Toughman competitors ready to do battle
Ranson's Jessica Penwell could not have imagined how perfect a ring name she had selected when she registered for this weekend's 23rd annual Toughman Contest.
John F. Bittorie
John Francis Bittorie, 80, of Martinsburg, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014.
Berkeley sewer district proposes reduced rate increase
After submitting a substantial rate increase from current rates to funding capital improvements, the Berkeley County Public Service Sewer District recently submitted a new, reduced rate to the West Virginia Public Service Commission.
Frederick D. Gantt
Frederick D. "Freddie" Gantt, 68, went to be with the Lord Monday, Feb. 10. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday at Independent Bible Church 2306 Hedgesville Road, Hedgesville, WV.
Hedgesville seeks to fill multiple vacancies
To fill multiple vacancies on several boards and councils, the town of Hedgesville is asking residents to volunteer and take an active role in their community.
Officials warn: Stay off roads
With at least 15 inches of snow on the ground as of late Thursday morning and more snowfall forecast for later in the afternoon in some areas of the Eastern Panhandle, local officials are urging citizens to continue to stay off roadways so they can be cleared.
West Virginia Metro
Winter wallops West Virginia
The state DOH has a lot of work today after the major storm. This grader is working in Randolph County.
Frederick D. Gantt
Frederick D. "Freddie" Gantt, 68, of Hedgesville, went to be the Lord on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014, after a long illness, in the comfort of his home surrounded by his family.
BRCTC?offers financial aid assistance
Members of the community filled the classrooms of a local campus in hopes of getting one step closer to earning a college education.
Storm blankets Eastern Panhandle in ice
A thick sheen of ice coated the Eastern Panhandle on Wednesday morning after a winter storm produced an average of three-tenths of an inch of ice, creating slippery road conditions and leaving thousands without power.