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SLANESVILLE — Ten people were arrested and “a large quantity” of what appears to be heroin was confiscated in a raid here Thursday night.

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MORGANTOWN — Fossil records that reveal how new animals evolve is key not only to understanding the history of life on Earth, but could play a role in guiding modern conservation efforts in predicting responses to future climate change, according to West Virginia University geologist James L…

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To fight COVID-19 and keep social distancing, some traditional gatherings are taking a break in 2020.

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Neighbors sew up a tribute, fill a need, help a good cause

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ROMNEY — The Hampshire County Public Library was founded as both a library and an arts center, and the staff is working to bring the arts back.

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About 350 Hampshire County residents found work in May, but unemployment remained high in the 2nd full month of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ROMNEY — With board affirmation Monday night, the graduation planning is heating up for the July 18 date at Wapacoma.

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MARTINSBURG — A Hedgesville woman who previously served in the Air Force planned to offer top-secret information from the National Security Agency to the Russian government, prosecutors said Monday as they announced her conviction in federal court.

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ROMNEY — Though hopes were high for Hampshire Highlands Arts and Music Festival this September, the event will be on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, making it the next bullet point in the ever-growing list of cancellations.

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If you look around you, you will notice that the sports world that was once so vibrant remains on pause due to the pandemic, but the chatter has picked up.

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As I have been watching all that has been going on in America I am appalled at the fact that it has met with virtually no true response from a single politician worth his or her weight in salt.

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Hampshire County, we know we’re blessed.

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I am wondering, as are we all, just where we are going and how we will get there. The COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t show any sign of slowing down, although some areas seem to be doing better than others. But in too many places the numbers just keep going up.

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (July 5, 2020) – The West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in consultation with its medical officials, has today postponed the start of men’s basketball team workouts for 14 days following the most recent COVID-19 test results.

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AUGUSTA — When the Hampshire High School class of 2020’s senior year came to an all-too-abrupt halt, it seemed like all of the events that make a senior year special, such as prom, were headed by the wayside thanks to the global pandemic.

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The Dog Days of Summer are upon us, so the Hampshire Review and sponsor Hospice of the Panhandle are looking for your puppy pictures.

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July opens with a Romney sunrise at 5:52 a.m. and an 8:49 p.m. sunset. The sun is in Gemini through July 12, then shifts into Cancer through the end of July. The month ends with a 6:13 a.m. sunrise and an 8:29 p.m. sunset.

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The Capon Bridge Revitalization Group received a $28,800 G3 grant in June to fund an engineering design for reconfiguring Capon School Street as pictured, upgrading storm sewers and adding green space and porous pavers. G3 (Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns) grants for storm-water contr…

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Those lightning bugs flitting around your yard could help the Division of Natural Resources understand why their numbers appear to be declining.

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YELLOW SPRING — A search warrant for elder abuse charges turned into a bust for operating a clandestine meth lab Sunday in Yellow Spring.

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Homegrown corn arrives just in time for holiday

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MOOREFIELD — Two people were killed in a shooting late Friday on Trough Road in Hardy County, the Hardy County Sheriff's Office said Monday.

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MOOREFIELD — Two finalists to be the next president of Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College will interview at the school later this month.

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While your vacation is a time to relax and de-stress, it’s more important than ever to keep vigilant about protecting yourself from COVID-19 on your warm-weather getaways this beach season.

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CAPON BRIDGE — The kids at Capon Bridge Middle School will eat the same meals as the rest of Hampshire County students next year.

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CAPON BRIDGE — Early voting begins in 2 weeks for a Capon Bridge municipal election that has just enough candidates for the offices at stake.