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email@example.comIn 2009, the Jefferson County Commission approved a Shepherdstown Town Council request for $38,000 toward a $76,000 match needed to apply for a grant to build a half-mile biking/hiking path to Morgan’s Grove Park. The grant was denied, but...
The West Virginia State Rail Authority will hold a public meeting in Martinsburg on Tuesday for residents to learn about the development of a statewide rail plan, West Virginia Department of Transportation spokesman Brent Walker said Thursday. The...
The state Rail Authority will hold a public meeting in Martinsburg on Tuesday for residents to learn about the development of a statewide rail plan, West Virginia Department of Transportation spokesman Brent Walker said Thursday. The meeting, which is...
The West Virginia Department of Transportation is in the process of a bridge resurfacing project on southbound I-81 just inside the West Virginia/Maryland line, according to Maryland State Police. Because of the lane closure, traffic is heavily...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe westbound lanes of U.S. 340 were so clogged with traffic Thursday afternoon at the interchange with Md. 67 in Washington County that traffic heading into Virginia and West Virginia was nearly coming to a stop. The headaches on the highway have become...
Transportation officials from three states will host an informational workshop this month about traffic congestion along the U.S. 340 corridor. The meeting will be held on Aug. 16 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bolivar Community Center, 60 Panama St., Bolivar....
email@example.comPerry J. Keller is criss-crossing the state this month to gather opinions on bicycle paths. Keller, a planner with the West Virginia Department of Transportation, held the first of eight informational meetings Thursday afternoon in the Ranson City Hall....
“Would someone please tell me how many games a year the Suns play in Hagerstown? Also, I agree with the person from Monrovia, Md. Baseball players do not need to wear gloves, and I’m sick of the girls putting their hair behind their ear.&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCongestion along the busy U.S. 340 corridor near the Potomac River is not a new issue to local residents or transportation officials from Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia. Searching for answers to traffic backups that can reach almost two miles...
email@example.comA consultant has estimated that construction of the first phases of a pedestrian safety project along one of the busiest roads in the Martinsburg area will cost more than $580,000. The cost estimate for the project along the south side of Edwin Miller...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMartinsburg’s town square could have a new “green” look by Halloween. The redesign of the town center at King and Queen streets is projected to be completed by the end of October, according to the West Virginia Department of...
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