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HARPERS FERRY – U.S. 340 beside the Shenandoah River will likely have to temporarily close to traffic during the summer of 2022 to allow construction crews to install safety barriers against falling rocks, a state highway official reported.

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MARTINSBURG – Two Jefferson County school bus drivers filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Superintendent Bondy Shay Gibson for investigating their attendance at the massive Save America political protest that turned violent and mutinous at and inside the U.S. Capitol.

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CHARLES TOWN—Local author Bob O’Connor’s latest work, “Catesby: The Final Chapter,” is part of an historical fiction trilogy about the life of a real life slave named Catesby, but the book can stand alone and work for readers who have not read the prior two books.

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CHARLES TOWN—The Charles Town Library has initiated a project to collect stories about the pandemic from citizens of all ages.

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CHARLES TOWN – Jefferson County octogenarians and anyone older hoping to receive a coronavirus vaccine should contact their doctor’s office or the county’s health department.