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The federal government has denied Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s request for individual assistance to help homeowners hit by a June 29 windstorm, Tomblin said Thursday night. Tomblin said he plans to appeal the decision by the Federal Emergency Management...
email@example.comA Berkeley County employee who was hired last month through a federally-funded program that has since been cut will be laid off at the close of business on July 20. The Berkeley County Council voted 3-2 not to offer Litter Control Assistant Lewis...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSince becoming Berkeley County’s litter control officer in February 2010, Donna Seiler has sent out dozens of violation notices, advising property owners to clean up or risk being fined. “It’s a stewardship thing — you’ve...
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email@example.comLocal and federal officials Tuesday offered some tips people can follow to help them deal with the magnitude 5.8 earthquake that rumbled through the region Tuesday afternoon. Hagerstown Fire Chief W. Kyd Dieterich said residents can check for obvious...
So that was an earthquake, huh? I’d never experienced one before, so as the Washington Nationals relief pitcher Tyler Clippard said, scratch that one off the bucket list. I was in my home office penning a marvelous piece of prose for Sunday and had...
Washington County officials provided the following list of practical measures people can take to help ensure their safety during Hurricane Irene: - Listen to radio or television for weather reports and emergency information. - Maintain adequate food and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSome "old Fleetwooders" showed up at the former travel trailer plant Thursday, not hoping to get their old jobs back, but of getting new work under the same roof. State, county and local elected officials Thursday welcomed Evolve Composites to Hancock....
email@example.comPresident Barack Obama has declared a state of emergency in Pennsylvania following a week of torrential rainfall that caused devastating flooding. The president's emergency declaration ordered federal aid for flood recovery efforts in 42 counties,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMuch of the Sportsman's Paradise community along the Potomac River in Berkeley County is far from "almost heaven." But recent cleanup efforts and government-sponsored buyouts of flood-prone property in the long-defunct subdivision off Broad Lane in...
email@example.comEffective Oct. 1, Berkeley County residents who have flood insurance could net a 15 percent discount on their premiums thanks to county floodplain-management efforts, officials said. Donna Seiler, the county's litter control and code enforcement officer,...
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