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Potomac Edison tree-trimming crews branch out across area
In West Virginia, crews will visit the areas of Bunker Hill, Falling Waters, Glengary, Hedgesville, Inwood and Martinsburg in Berkeley County; Harpers Ferry in Jefferson County; and Berkeley Springs in Morgan County. "In Maryland, we do the cycle once ...
Road, bridge projects on tap as 2018 construction season heats up
51, the West Virginia Division of Highways said last week ... On I-81, the widening project from Exit 23 for Marlowe and Falling Waters to the state line at the Potomac River is more than 40 percent complete, with work to build a concrete median barrier ...
Mountain Valley Pipeline cited for environmental violations in West Virginia
Since 2015, environmental inspectors in West Virginia and Pennsylvania have sanctioned the developers of three pipelines for failing to prevent muddy water and sediment dislodged ... the pipeline’s right of way falling outside of the designated ...
Allan Carlson: Mother's Day's WV roots, and the quest for healthier families
Few are aware that the holiday’s little-known roots started in West Virginia 160 years ago ... In the second half of the 19th century, maternal and infant mortality rates were falling in Western Europe as public health authorities cleaned up water ...
Waters: Jersey City Teachers Struck for 1 Day & Got Big Health Care Concession. Now, Trap Is Set for Every Other District in N.J.
How It Talks in Public Falling Into the Belief Gap ... Teachers in other states with low pay — West Virginia (48th), Arizona (43rd), Kentucky (26th) — are joining their colleagues in walkouts, with national media following the story closely.