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Waking up to a snowy Saturday

Brenda Mason’s photo of Saturday morning’s landscape captured the freshly-fallen snow in Morgan County, with delicate colors of the distant sunrise. Predictions of a major snowfall fell short, bringing just two to four inches of precipitation to most areas of the county. Sunshine cleared roads by mid-day on Saturday.

Tax benefits can help seniors, older people raising children

by Deb Miller, JD West Virginia Senior Legal Aid “The difference between death and taxes is death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets.” – Will Rogers, American humorist         It was time for Jean to work on her 2023 taxes because she wanted to file her federal and West[Read More…]

Crash claims life of local woman

A single-vehicle crash along Duckwall Road in central Morgan County took the life of a Berkeley Springs woman this past weekend. West Virginia State Police responded to a 911 call reporting a single vehicle off the roadway on Sunday, February 18. Trooper B.A. Meyers determined that a silver Chevrolet Tracker,[Read More…]

Lady Indians close out regular season with two wins

by Jamie Harris This past week the Berkeley Springs Lady Indians closed out their regular season with two wins to move their record to 8-12. On Monday, February 12 the Lady Indians hosted Mountain View Christian Academy in the last home game of the season. Berkeley Springs led 9-4 after[Read More…]

Cindy Lucille Crane

Cindy Lucille Crane 1956-2024 Cindy Lucille Crane, age 67, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at her home. Born August 26, 1956 in Hagerstown, Md., she was the daughter of the late Edward Wilson and Carletta Jane Huff Godlove. She graduated from Hagerstown High[Read More…]