Tammy Marggraf, director of the Museum of the Berkeley Springs, asked the Bath Town Council on February 20 to increase funding to the museum. She noted that over the years, funding from the town's hotel-motel fund has declined.
"What's at that corner is the heart of our town. That's where the museum is, and for hundreds of years it has been the heart of our town, and it continues to be the heart of our town," Marggraf said.
Larry Lower, head of the Farmers Market, asked the Bath Town Council at their February 20 meeting to allow the market to remain on the east side of Fairfax Street.
The council had previously asked the Farmers Market to consider other sites due to planned demolition of the courthouse and ongoing construction at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Lower said the market had looked at seven sites and narrowed the list down to three: Fairfax Street, east of Washington Street; Fairfax Street, west of Washington Street and Independence Street.
Fallon and Jason Shane of Martinsburg announce the birth of their son Jason Ryley Shane on February 1, 2007, weighing 5 lbs. 13 ozs. at City Hospital, Martinsburg. Maternal grandparents are Kyleen and Stacey Bartles of Hedgesville. Maternal great-grandparents are Mary Haines of Marlowe and the late Bevitt Haines. Paternal grandparents are Jay and Victoria Shane of Martinsburg and paternal great-grandparents are Evelyn Shane of Martinsburg and the late Richard Shane and Mildred Sue Brown of Martinsburg.
Heather Retha Maconaughey and Blaine Michael Windle were united in marriage on Saturday, October 14, 2006 at the Word of Deliverance Ministries in Berkeley Springs. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Minister Shirley Hiles in a setting of fall d
The 5th annual Barge Bash will be held on the watered portion or the C&O Canal in Hancock on Saturday, July 14. The event is sponsored by the Hancock Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the National Park Service, Historic C&O Canal.
In conjunction with the "Barge Bash," a "mini-barge bash" for remote controlled boats will precede the Barge Bash at 2 p.m., with larger boats and barges beginning at 3 p.m.