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firstname.lastname@example.orgKids couldn’t get enough Sunday of a 59-foot-long inflatable train at Railroad Heritage Days. Going through the bouncy train time after time, kids were smiling whether they were stepping, crawling or falling out of the opening in the locomotive&...
email@example.comSaturday morning’s rain dampened some Martinsburg Heritage Day events, but it had little effect on the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the “for the kids, by George” children’s museum at the Caperton Train Station in Martinsburg. The...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA bill that would provide support for the operation of MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle passed Saturday by a 98-1 vote in the House of Delegates on the last day of the West Virginia Legislature’s 60-day session. The state Senate...
email@example.comThe House Finance Committee on Wednesday made significant changes to a bill that would support the operation of MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle, but the legislation’s lead sponsor said it still is “a great bill.”...
The Bunker Hill Train Club will be hosting its 13th spring model train show and sale at the Ranson Civic Center on Saturday. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. is one of the largest in the Tri State area, according to a train club news release. ...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe West Virginia Senate unanimously passed a bill Tuesday that would provide a subsidy for the MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle. Senate Bill 103, which proposes the creation of the West Virginia Commuter Rail Access Act, passed by a...
The Hagerstown Railroad Museum and Engine 202 will open for the season Friday. This year, the museum will be open for extended hours every Friday and Saturday. The museum welcomes visitors Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The museum is also...
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A trial for a man accused of attempting to stab a police officer with a railroad spike in March 2012 was set for March 26 in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Douglas Charles Butler, 45, who was shot in the chest by a Martinsburg police officer during...
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Sometimes, communities go in search of salvation. They sense the future is slipping away and they take desperate steps in an attempt to avoid irrelevance. Sometimes, salvation is a new facility; sometimes, a new industry or community redesign. Here, in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn architect’s plans for installing restrooms at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad roundhouse and shops in Martinsburg are about ready to be put out for bid. The Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority on Saturday authorized architect Matthew Grove to...
The Herald-Mail is expanding “What’s Wrong With This Picture?” Since 2009, the feature has provided a weekly look at safety problems, major annoyances and pet peeves under the direct control of local, county or state government....
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