Investigators with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office are seeking the public’s help in locating potential witnesses who were in the area of last month’s arson in Baker Heights that resulted in the death of a West Virginia Air National Guard firefighter.
CHARLES TOWN – A full year ago Jefferson County planning officials began the public process to consider whether and, if so, how to allow large-scale solar energy generating operations as a restricted land-use activity within the county.
RANSON – Haley Theilgaard remembers her first medical emergency call. It was in October, approaching midnight. The 911 dispatcher relayed that a woman was having trouble breathing.
CHARLES TOWN – As the number of coronavirus infections rapidly rises, the chances are increasing that the Jefferson County Health Department may give you a call.
CHARLES TOWN – Richard Wahl keeps sandbags ready under a bench next to the front door of his East Liberty Street vintage furniture shop.
MARTINSBURG – Three Maryland men allegedly involved in a violent drug-related murder last spring near Rippon, a crime that led to the killings of two innocent bystanders, are facing federal trials on kidnapping and conspiracy charges.
Are cars really speeding through your neighborhood as they might seem? When does rush hour takes place in your community? How many heavy trucks, or school buses perhaps, roll through that busy intersection your child crosses to get to school?
As the old Woody Guthrie song goes, “This land is your land, this land is my land.”
There’s no doubt that this has been one of the worst years that the United States Postal Service has seen in decades.
Last week marked the second full week of live racing in 2021 at Charles Town and the blend of maiden special weight races and allowance events offered a contrast to the chilly conditions that prevailed each night.