September 24, 2014 RSS feed / News

One hundred trees to be planted by WSWA

Friends and members of the Warm Springs Watershed Association will plant 100 trees along a stretch of Warm Springs Run between Double T Homes and Memory Lane on Saturday, September 27. More...

Substance Abuse Regional Task Force meeting

Round 14 Governor’s Substance Abuse Regional Task Force meetings have been scheduled during September 30-October 14. More...

Foxglove Garden Club meeting

Foxglove Garden Club resumed its monthly meetings after the summer break in September. Margaret Biggs and her co hostesses Margaret Gordon, Kathy Arbogast, Sandy King and Jackie Michaels greeted members at Cacapon State Park. More...

Players of the week

Players of the week against Clarke County are: left to right: Scout team #52 Josh Armentrout, Offense #23 Brady Tritapoe, Defense #53 Jonathan Watson, Coach Matt Puffenberger. More...

Neonatal seminar

University Healthcare and the WVU Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center Eastern Division will sponsor a community mini-medical school program on the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Berkeley Medical Center. More...

Woman injured in ATV accident

Paw Paw responders were called to the 400 block of Orchard Lane off of Paw Paw Road on Tuesday, September 23 shortly after 10 a.m. for an ATV accident with injuries. More...

Hand, foot & mouth disease still in local area

Morgan County Health Department nurse Patty Caldwell said on Monday that she referred another case of suspected hand, foot and mouth disease to an area physician last week. The virus that causes the illness surfaces every year after school starts. More...

Marsh receives award

Chuck Marsh, President of Sleepy Creek Watershed Association receives the "Happy Tree Award" from Alana Hartman, Basin Coordinator, WV Department of Environmental Protection at the 26th Annual Waters More...

Breast Cancer Awareness Day planned for Oct. 2

Local residents are welcome to celebrate West Virginia Breast Cancer Awareness Day on October 2 by attending a program and wreath-hanging ceremony designed to increase awareness of the disease. More...

BIRTHS

TAYLOR More...

Correction

Last week’s article on Colton MacCumbee referenced to him as a graduate of Berkeley Springs High School. He is currently a senior at the school and attended the West Virginia Sheriffs’ Association Youth Leadership Academy four years. More...

Attorney General Urges FCC to allow call-blocking technologies

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has joined 38 other states and territories in a letter urging the Federal Communications Commission to allow phone companies to utilize call-blocking technologies that would better protect consumers from unwanted cal More...

PUBLIC NOTICES

“BECAUSE THE PEOPLE MUST KNOW”

WEST VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Division Of Highways NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS More...

Job fair

There will be two Informational Job Fair Sessions, First one at James Rumsey Technical Institute, 3274 Hedgesville Road, Martins-burg on September 24, at 10 a.m. More...

Apple Butter quilt - original design for original fabric

The “official” quilt for 2014’s Apple Butter Festival in Berkeley Springs is the 23rd one stitched by Berkeley Springs fabric artist, Rika Bennett. More...

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