April 16, 2014 RSS feed / News

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Thursday, April 17 - Sliced ham, sweet potatoes, green beans and cake. Friday, April 18 - All centers closed for Good Friday. Monday, April 21 - Chicken patty, mashed potatoes with gravy, peas and carrots and dessert. More...

Activities

Thursday, April 17 - Line dancing 1. Friday, April 18 - All centers closed for Good Friday holiday. Monday, April 21 - Isometric exercise 8:45; nifty gifty 10-1; canasta 9; computer class 10. Tuesday, April 22 - Bingo 10. More...

Good Friday service

The Union Chapel United Methodist Church will hold a Good Friday Tenebrae Service at 8 p.m. along with regular services Sunday 8:45 a.m. Contemporary Service, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages and 11 a.m. Traditional Service. More...

Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day

“Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Day” event, will be held on Saturday, April 26, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. More...

Local consumer plagued by auto loan service practices

A loan service named Fast Auto Loans was recently hit with a state lawsuit after several allegedly questionable business practices in providing citizens cash loans in return for car titles. More...

Hancock event teases a taste of Paris

Musical acts from Hancock, Berkeley Springs, and Hagerstown, Md. performed various styles for a packed Hancock Town Hall on Friday, April 11. The evening event was hosted by the Hancock Arts Council. More...

Starting Points donations eligible for match in April

Starting Points Family Resource Center, a department of the Shenandoah Valley Medical System, is eligible for matching donations through the end of April. More...

Summer youth programs

Camp Horseshoe summer youth camps include the Teen Entrepreneurship Summit, June 8-14, a high school Leadership Summit on June 15-21, and middle school Leadership Summit on June 22-28. More...

April is National Safe Digging Month

Across the nation, April is celebrated as National Safe Digging Month. More...

Free running clinics

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella will conduct monthly Running Clinics at The Wellness Center at Berkeley Medical Center. More...

Warm Springs Watershed Association annual meeting

The public is invited to the Annual Meeting of the Warm Springs Watershed Association, which will be held on Wednesday, April 23, from 5-7 p.m. at the Morgan County Board of Education Headquarters, 247 Harrison Avenue, Berkeley Springs. More...

Community Volunteer Day honorees

Morgan County's Community Volunteer Day will be celebrated on Saturday, April 26, with the 29th annual awards brunch. More...

Free skin cancer screening

Skin cancer is the most common cancer, accounting for nearly half of all cancers in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, more than one million cases of skin cancers are diagnosed each year. More...

55 Plus luncheon reminder

The next 55 Plus Community ‘Pot Luck Luncheon’ will be Monday, April 21, noon, at the First United Methodist Church on Green Street and everyone in the community is welcome to attend. Fried chicken will be supplied. More...

Special service

Wesleyan Chapel, Harrison Avenue, will host a special service Wednesday, April 16, at 7 p.m. as part of the Holy Week Revival Services sponsored by the Fulton County Ministerial Association. More...

Gat Creek makes in-kind gift to Hospice inpatient facility

Gat Creek Furniture has made a substantial donation to Hospice of the Panhandle’s Building the Dream project. More...

Extended clinic hours

The Martinsburg VA Medical Center (VAMC) will begin a 90-day pilot to provide free child care to Veteran’s children ages four to 12 during evening appointments beginning Monday, May 5. More...

How the state’s school aid formula affects Morgan County

Editor’s note: Recent letters and reader questions about school funding have questioned how Morgan County gets money from the State Department of Education for operating local schools. More...

Friends of the Cacapon watershed help with Make It Shine Clean-up

As part of the WV Department of Environmental Protection state-wide Make It Shine Cleanup Campaign, members of the Friends of the Cacapon watershed group collected 25 bags of litter around the iron b More...

Boys & Girls Club honoring Tom Seely

The Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle will honor three individuals who have positively impacted the lives of many local children on Thursday, May 1, 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg. Dr. Lisa Poland, Dr. More...

Traditional cakewalk to benefit Wind Dance

A traditional cakewalk will be held to benefit the Wind Dance Farm & Earth Education Center on Sunday, April 27, 1-3 p.m. in Berkeley Springs State Park. A traditional cakewalk is a variation of musical chairs. More...

Coldwell Banker earns coveted award for support of military

Steve DuBrueler, CEO, and Melinda Ball, Director of Business Development for Coldwell Banker Premier Properties have received the Platinum Award from the Cartus Broker Network at its annual Broker Network International Conference. More...

Blood drives top 50 pints

American Red Cross blood drives at the American Legion on April 3 and at Caperton Furniture Works on April 9 resulted in a total of 53 donated pints of blood. More...

State Senator calls on Public Service Commission to halt Potomac Edison billing practices

Senate Majority Leader John Unger (D-Berkeley) announced recently that he is asking the West Virginia Public Service Commission (PSC) to order Potomac Edison to immediately cease and desist estimating power usage due and read each customer’s me More...

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