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  1. Take Care: Use common sense and caution around fireworksRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | Martinsburg Journal

    Do not assume they are legal in your community, just because the state Legislature lifted the ban against them earlier this year. For many years, Mountain State residents could legally buy only low-grade fireworks such as sparklers and "poppers."


  2. Out of Balance: Our next governor will inherit mess of a budgetRead the original story

    Monday Jun 27 | Martinsburg Journal

    By the time the general election rolls around in early November, both Bill Cole and Jim Justice may have begun to wonder whether they should have had their heads examined before filing to run for governor of West Virginia. Either Cole, the Republican president of the state Senate, or Justice, Democrat and billionaire owner of The Greenbrier, will become governor early next year.


  3. Bailey & Wyant PLLC opens new officeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Bailey & Wyant PLLC announced the opening of its new office in Martinsburg, located at 300 Foxcroft Ave., Suite 100 B, Room 8 in Martinsburg. The office opened March 24. Bailey & Wyant, PLLC was formed in 2000 and has offices in both Charleston and Wheeling, W.Va..


  4. Robert L. Light Sr.Read the original story

    Apr 20, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Mr. Light was born May 27, 1932, in Summit Point, son of the late Harry Price Light and Beulah Kackley Light. He was a member of Summit Point Memorial United Methodist Church; a Charter member of South Jefferson Ruritan Club; and a 1950 graduate of Charles Town High School.


  5. Maintaining SuccessRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    When Midwesterner Monte Cater came to Shepherd in 1987 as its new football coach, he envisioned maintaining the status quo to an extent. The Rams were used to success.


  6. Intense poems pose unanswerable questionsRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Monica Wendel's "English Kills" is the winner of the 2015 "Coal Hill Review" Chapbook Prize. The poems in this slim collection are situated in a variety of geographical locations from Wheeling, West Virginia to Magadan, Russia.


  7. New 504 lender, SBA lending statistics, Lender award announcedRead the original story

    Mar 26, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Small Business Administration West Virginia District Director, Karen Friel, recently announced that Regional Development Funding Corporation is now an approved Certified Development Company in West Virginia and is able to provide SBA 504 loans. There are currently two other organizations in West Virginia participating in the 504 program: Regional Economic Development Partnership in Wheeling covering the state; and Business Finance Group, Inc. in Hedgesville covering Berkeley, Hampshire, Jefferson, and Morgan counties.


  8. Faith E. SpikerRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Born Oct. 23, 2010, in Wheeling, she was the daughter of Frank Leslie Spiker III and Tamela "Tammy" Leigh Braithwaite Spiker, of Kearneysville. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her 10 brothers, William Smart, Adam Spiker, Jimmy Smart, Logan Spiker, Matthew Spiker, Isaac Spiker, Jason Spiker, Noah Spiker, Joseph Strickler, and Douglas Turner Jr., all at home; five sisters, Jordan Hasenbuhler, and husband Fred, of Martinsburg, Stephanie Jones, and husband Kirk, of Charles Town, Amy Spiker, Tiffani Spiker, and Mikayla Strickler, all at home; four nieces, Dione, Kayliyah, Khloe, and Love; and two nephews, Daylin, and Kayne.


  9. Harler named captain of Class A teamRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    In terms of the pure talent level of athletes, there have been few years such as the 2015-16 season in Class A boys basketball. The classification for small schools produced some big-time talent during the year with several players receiving interest from Division I programs.


  10. Frankfort ends Indians' seasonRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    The Berkeley Springs boys basketball team ended the season with a 80-69 loss to Frankfort in the Class AA, Region 2, Section 1 tournament Tuesday. The game was tied at 20 at the end of the first quarter, but the Falcons outscored the Indians 22-11 in the second quarter.


  11. MEC making imprintRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    What the Mountain East Conference is really doing, though, is making an imprint on the national stage - in just its third year of existence. The MEC is winning national championships and putting teams in places in NCAA-Division II athletics that seemed almost impossible under the former association and name.


  12. Lacrosse coaches pick RamsRead the original story

    Feb 10, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Shepherd has been picked to win the 2016 Mountain East Conference women's lacrosse championship by a vote of the league's coaches. The Rams, who swept the regular season and tournament championship last year in the inaugural year of the sport in the MEC, finished atop the poll with 36 points and six first-place votes.


  13. MightyTykes mompreneur lands first international resellerRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    Mompreneur start-up MightyTykes is starting 2016 off strong, having landed its first international reseller, Explore Your Senses, which placed MightyTykes' largest order yet. Explore Your Senses is a special needs product company based in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom.


  14. Congressional seat could be lost for W.Va.Read the original story

    Jan 6, 2016 | Martinsburg Journal

    West Virginia lost an average of 12.6 residents per day during the last year, a trend some experts believe will leave the Mountain State with only two seats in the House of Representatives after the 2020 Census. According to the latest census estimates, West Virginia lost 4,623 residents from 2014 to 2015, dropping the state's population to 1,844,128.


  15. West Liberty men favored to win third straight MEC titleRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2015 | Martinsburg Journal

    West Liberty has been picked to win its third straight Mountain East Conference men's basketball title after a vote conducted by the league's coaches, it was announced Tuesday. The Hilltoppers, who will enter the season ranked No.


  16. Hilltoppers women are top pick in preseason voteRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2015 | Martinsburg Journal

    West Liberty has been picked to win the 2016 Mountain East Conference women's basketball championship after a vote conducted by the league's coaches, it was announced on Tuesday. The Hilltoppers earned a share of the MEC regular-season title and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament a season ago, and bring back starters Kailee Howe, Liz Flowers, Kierra Simpson and Emily Bucon.


  17. Lights, camera, actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2015 | Martinsburg Journal

    The capital city appears to be putting together a bid in hopes of returning the Super Six football championships to Charleston after the town lost the games to Wheeling more than two decades ago. Charleston wants the games to return to what was once known as Laidley Field before the city sold the former municipal facility to the University of Charleston, which renamed it the University of Charleston Stadium.


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