Being a high school coach is one the most rewarding things I have ever done.
I write this week’s column with a heavy heart and a tear running down my cheek as I lost a close friend and longtime hunting buddy.
Hampshire County Parks and Recreation recently concluded its second annual Christmas Festival of Lights, with people from all over Hampshire County and the surrounding area visiting the light displays at Central Hampshire Park.
With late season hunting opportunities still in season, I decided that this week I’d talk about the raccoon.
A short transitional period began last week here at the Hampshire Review.
When I graduated from photography school in 2005 I moved home to Maryland from Ohio not sure what in the world I was going to do.
Despite several factors working against them, the Hampshire swim team made another big splash last Saturday at Shepherd College against Hedgesville and Jefferson.
Coming off a loss to Handley early last week, the Hampshire boys basketball team refocused to defeat Berkeley Springs 63-42 on Saturday night at HHS.
The Hampshire girls basketball team finished second in the Trojan Athletic Association Holiday Basketball Tournament last Tuesday night, falling to Westmont in the championship round, 53-33.