May 15, 2013 RSS feed / News

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Thursday, May 16 - Broccoli cheese soup, chicken salad sandwich and fruit. Friday, May 17 - Beef-aroni, Italian blend vegetables, garlic bread and dessert. Monday, May 20 - Sloppy joes, baked potatoes, peas and carrots and cookie. More...

Spring music recital

The students of Heather Worley will hold their Spring Music Recital. Violin, viola, cello and piano students in second through 10th grades will play classical and sacred works Monday, May 20, 7 p.m. at Calvary Bible Church in Berkeley Springs. More...

CNB employee for February

Jason Marshall was selected as the February 2013 Employee of the Month for CNB Bank, Inc. He has been employed at the bank, since January 2002, and is currently a mortgage loan officer at the Valley Road Office. More...

Last days to register to vote in Bath election

Residents of the Town of Bath have until the end of the day on Tuesday, May 21 to register to vote in the upcoming June 11 town election. Registration takes place at the Morgan County Clerk’s office in the courthouse. More...

Harpers Ferry birdwalk

The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor a bird walk at Harpers Ferry on Wednesday, May 29. Participants will meet at 7 a.m. in the parking area on Shenandoah Street just below the intersection with Route 340. More...

Lounging in the Land of Lakes & Lynyrd

Local residents Buzz and Sharon Chamberlain visited another group of Morgan Countians — the Purcells— in Land of Lakes, Fla. in April with a copy of The Morgan Messenger. More...

Annual Trail Clean-Up Day at Cacapon

The annual Trail Clean-Up Day was held at Cacapon State Park on April 20. More...

School budget updated

The proposed 2013-2014 budget for Morgan County Schools was updated with more current funding amounts, and is still under consideration before a May 21 approval hearing. The school general current expense fund is now estimated at $23,905,865. More...

WV University Healthcare announce new hospital names

Officials at West Virginia University Hospitals-East announced Monday that a new name has been selected for the Eastern Panhandle based health system and its two local hospitals. More...

Senior Life Services Activities

Thursday, May 16 - Line dancing 1. Friday, May 17 - Tap dancing 9:30; bingo 10; Shelley Moore-Capito’s Office 11:30; piano favorites with Bonnie Close 12:30; crochet with Pam Parker 12:15. More...

Gospel concert

Michael’s Chapel U.M. Church will be hosting a Southern Gospel concert on Sunday, May 19 at 7 p.m. featuring The Master’s Four of Lemaster, Pa. A free will offering will be taken. From Berkeley Springs follow Rt. 9 east, eight miles to Meridian Rd. More...

May Supper Club at Adventist Church

The May 21 free vegetarian Supper Club at the Seventhday Adventist Church, 3606 Valley Road (Highway 522 South), starting at 6 p.m., will include a presentation on epigenetics, how stress, diet, behavior, toxins and other factors activate chemical sw More...

Town council discusses grant and sidewalks

Many issues cropped up for discussion, such as ordinances and grant work, at the May 7 meeting of the Town of Bath council. More...

HUD grants awarded for service programs

U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Shaun Donovan has awarded $181,788 in a second round of grants to support local homeless and service programs in West Virginia. More...

A tree that lasts forever

Last month, Morgan County sculptor Mark Schwenk installed the first piece of a multi-phase metalwork sculpture at Tamarack, the center for West Virginia’s arts and crafts near Beckley. More...

Local baker glazes dozens daily

Every morning, Michell Martin gets up, dons an apron, and goes into her store at 3:30 to fry up at least 12 dozen fresh donuts at Glazed in Morgan Square. All of her doughnuts and pretzels are made from scratch, every day. More...

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