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The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) issued a statement regarding the Rockwool facility being constructed in Jefferson County Tuesday.
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Clarissa Sep 16
Driving through a hurricane is something you can hopefully avoid, but storms like can be unpredictable and you may find yourself in a bad situation fast. Here are some steps to take and preparations to make in a disaster.
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The Journal Sep 15
On Friday, a federal court dismissed the petition filed in Berkeley County Circuit Court to impanel a special grand jury in the Estate of Wayne Jones — who was shot to death by Martinsburg Police — versus the City of Martinsburg case.
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The Journal Sep 15
Berkeley Springs Police Department K9, Ronan, received body armor thanks to an anonymous sponsor and a nonprofit organization, the department said in a social media post.
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The Journal Sep 15
Phase One of the I-81 Inwood Bypass project is now expected to be completed by year’s end, officials said.
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The Journal Sep 7
Gerrardstown-based Peacemaker Properties is suing the Berkeley County Planning Commission, alleging it acted illegally in approving sketch plans for the Shadow Hawk Properties training range.
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The Journal Sep 7
Police officials said one man was air lifted to Inova Fairfax Hospitalin Fairfax, Virginia, due to injuries sustained after his tractor-trailer crashed into the woodline off of Interstate 81 Friday morning.
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The Journal Sep 7
Berkeley County residents can now go online to see how officials are spending their tax dollars.
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The Journal Sep 6
More than 80 days since Woody Thrasher resigned amid controversy as commerce secretary, Gov. Jim Justice said it is time for a permanent leader at the department, but finding that new leader was proving to be a challenge.
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The Journal Sep 6
The corporation of Harpers Ferry shared a statement opposing the Rockwool plant Tuesday evening and said the council is prepared to take necessary steps against the project.
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The Journal Sep 6
Procter & Gamble officials say they will “do the right thing” to ensure the company’s Tabler Station plant storm water management system meets all state and county requirements.
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Clarissa Sep 6
Burn out is more than just a little fatigue. It can have a lot of causes, consequences and solutions.
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The Journal Sep 5
Police are investigating a two-vehicle accident that killed a motorcycle driver at the intersection of Edwin Miller Boulevard and Warm Springs Avenue at around 9 p.m. Monday.
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The Journal Sep 5
After several hours of discussion at Tuesday night’s Charles Town Council meeting, a Rockwool official said no amount of requests would cause them to stop production of the facility.
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Steven Allen Adams Aug 29
Supreme Court denies candidacy of as Constitution Party candidate.
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The Journal Aug 21
All schools in Berkeley County will be on a 2-hour delay on Wed.
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The Journal Aug 19
It can’t hurt to look away from the road for a few seconds just to read the text and type a quick reply can it? City Editor dives deeper in this week's Commuter's Corner:
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The Journal Aug 19
Drug overdose deaths in Berkeley County continue to decline with the county reporting a 51.4 percent drop in deaths for the first seven months of 2018 compared to the same period last year, according to county figures released Thursday.
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The Journal Aug 19
Since July, concerned citizens from Jefferson County and beyond have spoken out against the impending Rockwool facility and its potential impacts on residents’ health and the environment, but one state expert has weighed in on the issue.
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The Journal Aug 17
The Berkeley County Council unanimously approved a proposed increase in the county’s 911 call center dispatcher pay scale.
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