Police say no cases of child abduction in Hancock

by Geoff Fox A social media post regarding a possible child abduction at Save A Lot was widely circulated on Monday, October 15 but police have said there have have been no cases of child abduction in the area. According to the post, an older man tried to take an 11-month old child from a…

County internet service survey seeks household, business input

by Kate Shunney Morgan County residents received a printed survey in their mailboxes last week asking for information about the quality and cost of local broadband internet service. The Morgan County Commission, with a $75,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, is planning ways to improve or provide reasonable-cost broadband internet…

Workshop on depot, trail set for Oct. 25

by Trish Rudder The Town of Bath has many projects its committees are working on, and a community workshop called “Putting the Pieces Together” will be held on Thursday, October 25 at 10 a.m. at the Ice House in Berkeley Springs. The town’s Streetscapes committee co-chair Sally Marshall said the workshop topics include updates on…

Changes underway at Cacapon

Excavators and other contractors were on site at Cacapon State Park on Monday, October 15, digging into work on an expansion of the lodge and other improvements. Paramount Builders of St. Albans is the general contractor for the $25 million project. A new wing with 78 additional rooms will be added on the north end…

Harvey and Lady Indians take PVC Cross Country Championship

by Jamie Harris The 59th running of the Potomac Valley Conference championships were held at Keyser High School on Tuesday, October 9. The PVC schools were finally able to have a good day to run, but it was the same team from Berkeley Springs dominating the girls race. The Berkeley Springs Lady Indians won their…

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