<>
Home » Archives by category » Front Page News (Page 3)
Fatal shooting of ‘great guy’ leaves family devastated

There’s been nothing harder in her life, says 42-year-old Toni Harrison, than last week’s news that she’d lost her younger brother in a shooting in Charles Town.

Continue reading …

Police say they still don’t know the motive behind last week’s shootings that left a Berkeley County man dead and another man with life-threatening injuries.

Continue reading …
Throwing open the doors

Visitors from as far away as New Mexico have signed up for Saturday’s open house at Al Cobb’s energy-efficient tiny house here.

Continue reading …

It’s likely that Charles Town Utility Board customers will see an 11 percent increase in water rates in mid-2016 and another 14.5 percent increase six months after that, according to Jane Arnett. the utility’s manager.

Continue reading …
2 held after copper theft try at Brass Ring Pub

A pair of would-be copper thieves apparently got caught in the act last week at the Brass Ring Pub here, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department.

Continue reading …
County urged to sue Frontier over Internet speed

Daniel Lutz says if Jefferson County won’t sue Frontier Communications on behalf of its residents, he just might do it himself.

Continue reading …
Baby steps: With tiny Oliver growing stronger, friends lend family a hand

Amii and Guy Fritz, the owners of German Street’s Up on the Hill, do more than sell cloth diapers and earth-friendly toys and body products. They make friends.

Continue reading …
With GOP in power, will W.Va. restore death penalty?

In Delegate John Overington’s 30 years in the Legislature, he’s always fought to restore the death penalty. Now that his fellow Republicans are in power, he’s hoping this is the year he sees success.

Continue reading …

Chili reception

No Comment
Chili reception

Chanti Davenport formally kicked off another year of raising money for cancer research Saturday, hard work that she’s happy to do because it’s a way to honor her mother, who died in 2007.

Continue reading …
A push to keep racing on track

With the Legislature convening next week, elected officials in Jefferson County are teaming up with local horse racing leaders to stave off cuts they worry could kill the industry.

Continue reading …