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West Virginia’s attorney general says he may run for governor in 2016.

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H. David Stambaugh Jr., charged with first-degree murder in the shooting of his estranged wife six weeks ago, appeared in magistrate court here Tuesday to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.

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Mayor David Hamill will resume his normal work duties in January after suffering a stroke Dec. 3.

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A 26-year-old Charles Town man has been arrested in a series of thefts from cars and local businesses, according to the Charles Town Police.

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First Catholic priest in colonial America had ties to Middleway

A young Catholic priest who visited the area that is now the Priest Field Pastoral Center is being considered for canonization as a Catholic saint.

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Sarah Whitacre Schottler’s career making gorgeous, hand-decorated sugar cookies – think Martha Stewart-level perfection – started as she planned for her 2001 nuptials.

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From school board to schools chief

Alan Sturm, who’d hoped to return to the Jefferson County Board of Education earlier this year after a two-term absence, will get a chance to work with the school system after all.

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Halloween fun pays off at Christmas: Haunted Fairgrounds proceeds lift Santa’s Toy Shop, other charities in Panhandle

Haunted Fairgrounds founder Ron Nowell spends weekends in October trying to scare the life out of thousands of visitors, but the big payoff comes long after Halloween.

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Boys and Girls Club gets a gift for the holidays

The Boys & Girls Club in Charles Town is enjoying an unexpected surge in year-end support.

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Leaders of Discover Downtown Charles Town plan to formally apply to become part of the Main Street revitalization program.

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