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 By RICK BOSTON    News    June 16, 2022

Williamsburg Teen Sentenced In 2020 Attack of Nurse

A Williamsburg teen who was 15 years old when he repeatedly stabbed his grandfather’s home health nurse in 2020 will spend the next 18 to 36 years in prison after rendering guilty pleas in Blair County court in November. Michael Douglas Watson,...

 By DUNCAN WEIGAND    Sports    June 16, 2022

Local High School Fishing Duo Ready for National Championship

When Jerry Brumbaugh and Dalton Metzger won the Major League Fishing (MLF) qualifiers at Smith Mountain Lake, the pair knew they were on the cusp of making history. Metzger and Brumbaugh watched on...


Cove Woman Details 'Amazon' Phone Scam

A retired Martinsburg woman nearly got scammed out of $15,000 and she is telling her story to the Herald to raise awareness. Margaret “Peggy” Steinfurth, a retired librarian, said that she took a call on her cell phone on the afternoon of...


Cove Residents Warning Each Other Of Facebook Baseball Ticket Scams

Cove residents have been warning each other online of scams surrounding the Central Dragons Baseball team’s run for the state championship. Numerous posts to the “Martinsburg, Pa. Then, and Martinsburg, Pa. Now” Facebook page have offered...

 By DUNCAN WEIGAND    News    June 16, 2022

Courts Must be Free from Outside Influences, Federal Judge Tells Chamber's Breakfast Club

Judges in the United States should be free from political and social pressures when making rulings, federal Judge D. Brooks Smith told the Blair County Chamber of Commerce at its June 9 Breakfast...

 By RICK BOSTON    News    June 16, 2022

N. Woodbury Twp. Relieves Police Chief of Duties

North Woodbury Township will be without full-time police protection for the foreseeable future after township supervisors elected to dismiss Chief Dave Rosamilia. Rosamilia, who has nearly 20 years of service in law enforcement, was hired in March...

 By ALLAN J. BASSLER    News    June 16, 2022

Northern Bedford Graduation Speaker Tells Grads They are 'Worthy of Success'

A pediatric cardiologist who overcame multiple challenges in his personal and professional life told the Northern Bedford County School District graduates that "real life is not social media. It is...

 By DUNCAN WEIGAND    News    June 16, 2022

Claysburg-Kimmel Graduates To Go Far and Succeed

Claysburg-Kimmel's graduation went off as scheduled on Saturday, June 4, 2022. Claysburg-Kimmel graduated 75 students. It was a beautiful 70-degree day at Claysburg Community Park, where the event...


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