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Local citizens energized by last spring’s “Building Community Bridges” meetings at Jefferson High have set a number of goals, including passage of a state law to govern investigations into shooting deaths by police officers.

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Salt of the earth

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Salt of the earth

Selling “Made in America” items is great but there’s something even better, according to The Vintage Lady owner Cindi Dunn: A must-have item made right in West Virginia.

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Halloween heads up

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Halloween heads up

Gabby Hyde, 9, works her way through downtown Friday during

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CHARLESTON – West Virginians waiting for Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s

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Tuesday’s ballot features five third party candidates CHARLES TOWN — When

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Putting Ebola in the spotlight

Doctors to share info on epidemic HARPERS FERRY – Area residents

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KEARNEYSVILLE – Grief experts at Hospice of the Panhandle are

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Feeling ‘Blue’  in Harpers Ferry

HARPERS FERRY – As C.W. Shipley Elementary Principal Heather Boucher

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After tragedy, teens’ bonds deepen

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Fellow members of the ROTC at Jefferson High

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Early voting set to begin today

CHARLES TOWN  — This morning marks the start of the

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