BOE eyes final reading of dress code

Saying they’ve already tailored a proposed dress code policy enough, the Hampshire County Board of Education will take on its 3rd and final reading of the measure next week — an adoption would signify the end to a long and much contested issue for the board.

Pathways takes first step

Hampshire County Pathways is now a bona fide nonprofit.

HCDA: Not so fast on housing developer

After county commissioners gave an official nod of “unqualified support” to a Bridgeport-based developer this month in regard to a possible new housing development here, the Hampshire County Development Authority is saying that it’s not so easily convinced.

Squirrel Fest 15 does not disappoint

For the last 15 years Calvin Riggleman and his friends have been cooking and celebrating delicacies that most people might find a little odd.

Artists join weekend shopping push

Two weeks after the studio tour, Hampshire County artists will be a presence again, hoping to help Romney draw its share of shoppers for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.

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A real zest for life

Yes, you could say that Jayden Edwards has a newfound zest for life.

Leaders: Trump to chair judiciary

After the election earlier this month left them with an approaching 18-16 majority, state Senate Republicans will have the control of committees in their chamber in Charleston.

Sun’s up, guns up

A mix of factors led to an average of about 50 deer per check-in station in Hampshire County on Monday, the 1st day of the 2014 buck gun season in West Virginia.

Shutt: Snowy winter ahead, likely not as cold

WUSA 9’s meteorologist, Topper Shutt, said on Monday that Hampshire County could probably expect an average amount of snowfall this coming winter — and that it’s likely to start today.

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