‘See y’all on the other side’

He joined the military because he said he wasn’t motivated to go to college, yet he ended up with a degree and a career in education.

Johnson picked to lead development authority

After 8 years as Romney’s city administrator, Eileen Johnson is moving down the street to take a key role in Hampshire County’s economy.

Kitchen takes his last shot

As the afternoon wore on last Wednesday and it was apparent there was nothing else to hear in the matter, Judge Charlie Carl made it clear to Kilton Kitchen that this was — for all intents and purposes — his last shot.

A look back, a look inside

It was a farm, the site of a dream that became a reality with such promise.

Options eyed as clock ticks on recycling

The clock is ticking as Hampshire County commissioners continue to look at various options in establishing a voter-mandated comprehensive recycling plan for the county.

Another storm glances past

Winter 2015 is turning out to be more annoying than devastating, keeping emergency crews hopping and schools guessing.

P&G plant carries benefit here

A new Proctor and Gamble plant being constructed in Berkeley County will bring approximately 700 jobs to the region, and while it will have a minimal direct impact on Hampshire County, the eventual benefits could be tangible.

2nd man arrested in ATM robbery

Another suspect has been charged in the Jan. 9 theft of an ATM from The Bank of Romney branch in Paw Paw.

Kitchen arguing to sink conviction

The man convicted of murdering Romney Auction owner Willard Malcolm in 2008 is making one last try to overturn his conviction this afternoon.

Councilman: Keep street money separate

Romney city councilman Duncan Hott said there needs to be a monthly line-item showing the running total of the extra $2 in user fees now being collected by the city for street improvements.

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