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The family of a Virginia man shot to death by police in March is suing the city of Martinsburg for $200 million.
Two employees were let go from the Martinsburg consumer protection division of the West Virginia Attorney General's office, according to paperwork filed with the state budget office.
A new trial date is expected to be scheduled today in the case of two people accused of beating and stabbing a 50-year-old man several times last summer in Martinsburg.
A Harpers Ferry woman accused of beating another woman unconscious Saturday outside of a sports bar near Martinsburg was arrested on one felony count of malicious wounding.
Two local elected officials voted against increased rates for water sewage funds to be used to improve Chesapeake Bay water quality.
History holds as much mystery as it does answers. What happened in the places visited every day, and how can we find and remember those stories? One hundred and fifty years ago, the state of West Virginia was born and a new chapter in history began.
James Willard Johnson, 38, of Athletic Street, Martinsburg, was arraigned Friday on a felony warrant charging him with distribution of crack cocaine in connection with an alleged June 10 incident, during which he was accused of selling a man two and a half ounces of crack cocaine for $3,000.
Glenn Phillip Culbreath, 63, of West Martin Street, was later arraigned on one felony count of malicious or unlawful assault.
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Martinsburg Mayor George Karos, seated left, and Shepherd University President Susanne Shipley, seated right, prepare to sign Friday a strategic alliance memorandum of understanding agreement between the city and the university.
One of the Eastern Panhandle's most wanted fugitives was arrested Thursday on an outstanding warrant charging him with soliciting a minor for sex in connection an alleged October 2012 incident.
A man accused of trying to blackmail a Martinsburg woman he met on an online dating website into sending him nude photographs of her 6-year-old daughter was arraigned Thursday on a warrant charging him with one count of attempting to commit a felony using a minor in sexually explicit conduct.
Sandra Elaine Fitzhugh, 55, of Megan Street, Martinsburg, was arrested Tuesday on one felony count of unlawful wounding after she allegedly stabbed her boyfriend in the leg with a steak knife during an argument.