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Fugitive found in Upshur

Posted: Sunday, May 24th, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- A fugitive from justice was arrested in Buckhannon on Monday, and he waived his extradition hearing before Judge Jake Reger Wednesday afternoon.
Stephen James Degregorio Jr., 35, will remain in Tygart Valley Regional Jail pending his transfer to Florida authorities. Reger set a status hearing for June 1 if Degregorio has not been released to Florida authorities by

Longtime firefighter honored

Posted: Thursday, May 21st, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- After 32 years as a volunteer firefighter, a local man handed in his resignation letter earlier this year.
Actually, Dave Long handed it in twice because fire chief Mitch Tacy said he wasn't ready to accept it the first time and asked Long to reconsider.

74th Annual W.Va. Strawberry Festival

Posted: Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- West Virginia grown berries went fast at a tent set up by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture.
Of the 160 pints that were offered, all were gone by the end of the Fireman's Parade Friday night.

State wants to return focus to locally-grown strawberries

Posted: Sunday, May 17th, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- West Virginian-grown strawberries will once again be sold during the Strawberry Festival.
Beginning today at 10 a.m. there will be two tents this year -- one in front of the Upshur County Courthouse and the second across from Smoker Friendly on Kanawha Street on Saturday, according to W.Va. Department of Agriculture spokesperson Buddy Davidson.


Artists give hands-on demos

Posted: Thursday, May 14th, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- Artistry on Main hosted an open house and one-year anniversary celebration last Friday to highlight the changes at the gallery over the past year.
Christine Keller, president of the Artistry on Main board and Main Street Artists Co-op board, pointed to sales of $52,000 from the April 2014 opening to December 2014 as evidence of how the

Goodbye, license plate reader

Posted: Tuesday, May 12th, 2015
BUCKHANNON -- The automatic license plate reader, an item that's been surrounded by controversy since it arrived in the city, will make its exit in the coming days, Buckhannon Police Chief Matt Gregory said Thursday.
Gregory said he will correspond with the West Virginia Intelligence Fusion Center to remove the device because it has not met the goals set forth

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