Local Lifestyle

When the fun rolled into town

South Morgan Volunteer Fire Department hosted their second annual Fireman’s Carnival last week at the fire station grounds, drawing crowds for a full array of carnival rides, games and food, plus entertainment and contests from Tuesday through Saturday. Corporate and community sponsors added free live music and fireworks to the[Read More…]

Schultz’s new cookbook builds recipe collection, seasoned with Grandma Zona’s wisdom

by Kate Evans If you’re looking for a cookbook filled with healthy, delicious and easy-to-make recipes, check out local author and registered dietitian Stacy Schultz’s second cookbook West Virginia It’s Stacy’s Great Grandma Zona’s Wisdom and Recipes. Schultz, a Berkeley Springs resident, had her new cookbook released this month on[Read More…]

It’s Stacy: Healthy Eats — Squash Patties

Squash patties My Great Grandmother, Arizona Henry, collected yellow crookneck squash from all her friends and neighbors to make squash patties. She was particular about getting the young tender-skinned squash. She told me getting them off the vine was important before they got bumps, tough skin, and big seeds. They[Read More…]

Free Summer Concert Series

The Morgan Arts Council in Berkeley Springs, continues to present free Friday Night and Saturday Afternoon concerts. The Saturday Afternoon Concert will be held August 5 at the Berkeley Springs State Park at 5:30 p.m. with Mathew Tembo & the Afro Routes. Mathew Tembo is an award-winning Afro-Pop and Reggae[Read More…]

Everyday Outdoors: Wade in the water

Wade in the water Summertime conditions often put various bodies of water at very low levels. Some rivers and streams that were great for floating and fishing in the Spring and earlier Summer can become very difficult to navigate, even with shallow running crafts. In some streams, during late Summer[Read More…]