November 19, 2014 RSS feed / News

Middle school student injured during incident

A Warm Springs Middle School student was transported to War Memorial Hospital by Morgan County Emergency Medical Services on Monday, November 17, as a precautionary measure after a traumatic injury to the head during a school incident. More...

Master Gardeners annual meeting

The Morgan County Master Gardeners held their Annual Meeting on October 22 at Angus and Ale, in Berkeley Springs. Ameet and greet preceded dinner which was followed by the meeting. More...

Foxglove Garden Club

President Linda McGraw welcomed members to the November meeting of Foxglove Garden Club at Tari’s Restaurant and recognized hostesses Jay Russell, Wendy McInturff and Kathy Yost for organizing the event. More...

Activities

Friday, November 21 - Bingo 10; tap dancing 9:30. Monday, November 24 - Isometric exercise 8:45; nifty gifty 10-1; canasta 9; computer class 10; free art class 10. Tuesday, November 25 - Bingo 10. More...

Sleepy Creek volunteers plant 192 trees

Volunteers from as far away as Philadelphia, Pa. and Fairfax, Va. More...

Morgan to be part of Safe-At-Home pilot program for teens

A new Safe-At-Home West Virginia pilot program will begin serving Morgan County and ten other West Virginia counties in the fall of 2015 to help reduce the numbers of youth ages 12-17 in out-ofhome care facilities. More...

Child Advocacy Network names top wvCANclimb hikers

The West Virginia Child Advocacy Network has announced their top fundraisers for the first annual statewide hike wvCANclimb. More...

Winter closing & delays for schools

With the approach of the winter season, Morgan County Superintendent of Schools David Banks announces the following information concerning the delaying, closing or early dismissal of school because of inclement weather: More...

EPA: reduce food waste, save money at Thanksgiving

Before going to the supermarket to buy the turkey, assorted vegetables, fruit and cheese for Thanksgiving, many people will have to clear out refrigerator space to hold everything. More...

Last chance for a true Indian Summer this week

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, this fall is expected to be warmer than average in most regions. But not all warm spells are Indian Summer, they say. There are several things that characterize a true Indian Summer: More...

Health Board reviews smoking ban options

During their monthly meeting on Monday, November 17, the Morgan County Health Board started the discussion on whether a revision to the county’s Clean Air Act is needed to strengthen rules on public tobacco use. More...

Community Band concert

Larry Springer will once again lead the Morgan County Community Band through the winter concert with impressive musicianship from the all-local and volunteer band. The free holiday concert will be held on Thursday, December 4, at 7:30 p.m. More...

Hymn Sing at Union Chapel

Begin the Holiday Season by singing some old favorites at an Old Fashioned Hymn Sing at Union Chapel United Methodist Church on Sunday, November 23, 6 p.m. More...

Special service

There will be a special healing service at Alpine United Methodist Church on Pious Ridge Road, Sunday, November 30, 6 p.m. Everyone welcome. For more information call 304- 258-3683. More...

Senior Life Services Menu

Thursday, November 20 - Chicken alfredo, garlic bread, California blend vegetables and applesauce. Friday, November 21 - Meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans and stewed apples. Monday, November 24 - Cook’s choice. More...

Local rifle maker featured at Ice House

A flintlock long rifle will be shown in Berkeley Springs as part of the Wrap It Up Gift Show now through January 4 at the Ice House. Featured will be the work of Robert H. More...

Tradition continues with roots music concert

The Morgan Arts Council continues tradition with its sixth annual roots music concert at the Ice House, Friday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. The lineup includes a range of traditional music forms including folk, bluegrass and gospel. More...

Greenwood Church donates to backpack

Greenwood United Methodist Church continues to support the Morgan County Backpack Program. This has been the mission project of Vacation Bible School and a frequent special youth project. More...

Younker collects food for others

Teegan Younker, six, of Berkeley Springs collected food for the Morgan County Backpack Program at his birthday party held at Berkeley Springs Bowl. More...

Widmyer kids’ free choice fun

Widmyer Elementary pre-kindergarten teacher Mary Vivian Hornbaker works one-on-one on writing with student Blake Bittinger during free choice time. More...

Stauffer’s Marsh birding trip

The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor a birding trip to its Stauffer’s Marsh Nature Preserve in Berkeley County on Sunday, December 7, 8 a.m. It will be led by local birding expert Jim Farley. More...

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