June 7, 2017 RSS feed / News

Mill location identified

Fred Henry, Ralph Michael and Ann Riggleman filled us in on some details about the flour bag photo we published in the May 31 edition with a request for information.  More...

Town of Bath

Rick Weber  Candidate for Town of Bath Council   More...

Worship Directory

Open Arms Ministries, 3 1/2 miles west of Hedgesville on Rt. 9 (Johnsontown), 304-258- 4256 or 304-279-3005 - Sunday morning 10:30 a.m.; Sunday evening 7 p.m. and Tuesday Bible study and youth activities 7 p.m. More...

Paw Paw Senior Citizens news

The Paw Paw Senior Citizens met at the center on June 1. More...

Concert

Country Gospel and Elvis Gospel Concert at Michael’s Chapel Pavilion will be held Sunday, June 11 at 6 p.m., featuring former Elvis tribute artist Kevin Booth.  Lawn chairs recommended.  The church is located at 844 Michael’s Ch More...

American Legion Auxiliary news

The American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, Berkeley Springs under the guidance of Poppy Chairman, Lynn Rose, distributed the Memorial Poppy on Saturday, May 20 at Food Lion.  More...

Affordable health screenings coming to Berkeley Springs

Residents living in and around Berkeley Springs can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening.  American Legion Post 60 will More...

Hospice can be part of treatment, not “giving up”

“I wish I would have called sooner…”  These are words that I hear from Hospice of the Panhandle patients and their families on a regular basis.  More...

Blooming of rare Yellowwoods

Yellowwoods are native trees in the Eastern U.S. but now rarely found in the wild; in fact, they are quite uncommon anywhere. There are two mature Yellowwoods at White Post Farm on Winchester Grade Road, the home of Patricia Hickok. More...

WV Tourism kicks off birthday social marketing push

The West Virginia Division of Tourism is asking state residents and visitors to contribute to a “grassroots marketing” ahead of West Virginia Day, June 20. The day marks West Virginia’s statehood on June 20, 1863.  More...

Round The Town

—The “Old Dogs” Duplicate Bridge Club winners for May 30 were: First: Dan Putnam and Jan Weinberg. More...

W.Va. officials approve of withdrawal from global climate agreement

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Manchin asks West Virginians for Comey hearing questions

As he prepares for former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey to testify before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday, June 8 at 10 a.m. in open session, U.S. More...

Town of Paw Paw

Zach Thomas  Candidate for Paw Paw Mayor   More...

Morgan County Expo update

The Morgan County Fair Board has been planning and preparing and here is what you can expect for 2017.  Get Involved – It’s the theme for July. And there are endless possibilities for being involved with the Expo.  More...

Morgan County Historical and Genealogical Society met

John Bohrer opened the May meeting of the Morgan County Historical and Genealogical Society with a prayer. Minutes from April meeting and the April Treasurer’s report were accepted as presented.  More...

Vacation Bible School

Trintiy-Asbury United Methodist Church will hold Vacation Bible School June 19-23, 9 a.m.-noon.  Discover your strengths in God at Hero Central VBS. More...

GREENWOOD and vicinity...

by Mary Ellen Largent

If you have an item for this column, call 304-258-1538   Sierra Platt a 2017 National Honor Society graduate of Berkeley Springs High School has been accepted into the Surgical Technology Program of James Rumsey scheduled to begin July 31.  More...

BIRTH

HARVEY  More...

Workshop on seeding cover crops between corn rows

A six row interseeder drill will be on display Monday, June 12 at Linden Spring Farm in Shepherdstown. More...

Morgan County ball field complex, built by many hands

It took many years and a lot of people to create the Morgan County Recreation Area out of a land parcel of rocks, swamp, pines and scrub trees south of Berkeley Springs. More...

United Way of the Eastern Panhandle holds Annual Celebration for Community

United Way of the Eastern Panhandle officially closed the 2016/2017 campaign year with its Annual Celebration, held Wednesday, May 31 at the Holiday Inn Martinsburg. More...

Reading the Messenger By the San Francisco skyline

Mel and Carol Herberger of Berkeley Springs took their Morgan Messenger to San Franciso, Calif. on a recent visit to see their daughter. That’s the San Francisco Bay Bridge in the background. More...