June 14, 2017 RSS feed / News

Manchin backs FDA request to remove opioid pain med from market

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Bench installed to honor Charles Biggs

“He was trying to help our planet survive and thrive.” by Trish Rudder  A dedication was held last week to honor Charles R. Biggs, the man who was instrumental in bringing a recycling center to Morgan County.  More...

BIRTHS

CONNER Kayla and Zebulun Conner of Berkeley Springs, announce the birth of their daughter, Kylie Rae Conner at Berkeley Medical Center, Martinsburg on May 5, 2017, weighing 6 lbs. 12 ozs. More...

55 Plus luncheon

The 55 Plus Community ‘Pot Luck’ luncheon was held at the First United Methodist Church on May 15.  Prayer was offered by Linda Wachter and the Pledge to the Flag followed. Wachter then welcomed all in attendance. More...

NSDAR June dinner meeting

The final meeting of the year for Ye Towne of Bath Chapter NSDAR was a dinner meeting held on June 6 at Cacapon State Park for members, spouses and guests.  The chapter members welcomed Eastern District Director Judy Bowyer and her husband Ron a More...

Container gardening

At the “Cheap Eats” program participants will taste and learn about different herbs and how to cook with these natural flavor enhancers on Monday, June 19. More...

Miller and Weinberg receive certificates

Peggy Miller, right, received her 15 year certificate, Jan Weinberg, middle, received her five year certificate by Master Gardener Jaanine Glascock, left, on June 6 at The Country Inn. More...

Relay for Life 2017 goes “purple” with team efforts

The “Charlie’s Angels” team took a rest before taking the Theme Lap on Saturday, June 10. Pictured, from left, are Neal Schoenian, Ed Vogel, Hugh Johnson and Yvonne Schoenian. More...

Local resident becomes U.S. citizen

Berkeley Springs resident Flower Lorenzo became a U.S. citizen in late March and she is grateful to be here.  “I feel free. Now I can breathe,” Lorenzo said when asked what being a citizen means to her. More...

Worship Schedule

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 180 South Washington Street, Berkeley Springs, 304-258- 2440 - Sunday service 9 a.m. Rev. Brian Shoda.  More...

County Agent’s Corner

Extension Service West Virginia University

304-258-8400 129 Fairfax Street, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411 www.wvu.edu/~exten/   Lawn Mower Safety  The arrival of spring and summer encourages us to spend more time outdoors, and after a long winter, many of us are anxious to get outside More...

Blood drive report

At the American Red Cross blood drive held on Thursday, June 1, at the American Legion, donors gave 23 pints of blood plus two “double reds,” which are important for trauma victims and patients with chronic anemia.  More...

GREENWOOD and vicinity...

Father’s Day Service at Greenwood Church, Sunday, June 18, 9 a.m.  A worship service of praise and music by a contemporary Christian music group Stage Left of Cross Juntion, Va. More...

Local churches host Rise Against Hunger event

Two local churches and their congregations joined together to package 22,000 meals that will be shipped and utilized throughout the world to feed those who are living in starvation stricken areas.  More...

Archives and History Library to present three lectures in June

The Archives and History Library will present three lectures in June at the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston. The programs begin at 6 p.m. More...

Shepherd receives grant to host conference on humanities and the environment

Shepherd University's Humanities and the 21st Century initiative received a $4,705 grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council to help organize a conference on humanities and the environment. More...

Round The Town

—KID JOKED: My Dad saw a TV set at a yard sale last week. It had a sign in it that said “$1 – volume stuck on high.” He said he couldn’t turn that down.  —Today, June 14, is Flag Day. More...