Next Streetscape phase moves forward with design approval

by Trish Rudder The Town of Bath Streetscape project that has been in the works for months has finally moved forward. Streetscape committee co-chair Pete Brown said in an email that he received a “Notice to Proceed” from the West Virginia Division of Highways (DOH) regarding the Streetscape Phase V[Read More…]

WVDNR launches hellbender, mudpuppy citizen science survey

In an effort to learn more about the distribution of hellbenders and mudpuppies, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has launched a citizen science project to track sightings of these important but declining salamanders around the state. The project, which will take two years to complete, gives anglers, science[Read More…]

Valley Health cuts fitness services, will keep physical therapy here

Health system officials with Valley Health have said they’re dropping fitness services from their Berkeley Springs physical therapy facility, and two other facilities in their system, in an effort to save money. Physical therapy and rehabilitation services will still be offered at Berkeley Springs in the Valley Road facility, said[Read More…]

Berkeley Springs wins Regional Academic Showdown

Two teams have advanced out of the second regional of the 2023 Academic Showdown. Berkeley Springs High School Team 1, Morgan County, earned first place; Spring Mills High School Team 1, Berkeley County, earned second place on Saturday, January 21 during the com petition at Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, West[Read More…]

Protect yourself & your family from carbon monoxide poisoning

by Kate Evans Wintertime poses the greatest risk of carbon monoxide poisoning due to the use of gas-powered furnaces and dangerous sources of alternative heat and power used during power outages. Keep your family safe from carbon monoxide poisoning by following this information and these safety tips. Carbon monoxide Carbon[Read More…]