Lights flashing, a Capon Bridge police car escorts last Saturday’s “Ride for the Blue” in support of the police as participants left the Capon Bridge Legion Post 137. The riders headed out Christian Church Road and down through Wardensville, Moorefield and Petersburg to Seneca Rocks, with ot…
The West Virginia University Extension Service is offering series of classes in October in partnership with the West Virginia Community Educational Outreach Service.
ROMNEY — For the 1st time, the Hampshire County Co-op is hosting a pumpkin decorating contest for folks to shake the dust off their creativity and get in the Halloween spirit.
ROMNEY — The Hampshire County Development Authority office is returning to normal operations, with board president Greg Bohrer saying at the Sept. 16 board meeting that he hopes the authority can come back as strong as the state’s comeback from the COVID-19 crisis.
ROMNEY — Numbers of active COVID-19 cases have been rising in the county, and the health department is making plans for administering a vaccine, once available, health department director Stephanie Shoemaker told the county commission at Tuesday’s meeting.
1CHARLESTON — The West Virginia National Guard will host a regional disaster training exercise next year, and the event is expected to draw more than 1,000 participants.
What is an addiction? Per Psychology Today magazine, “Addiction is a condition that results when a person ingests a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable, but the continuation of which becomes compulsive…
West Virginia libraries are epicenters of social engagement, enlightenment and information in our mountain communities. Many county libraries provide more than the traditional reading services, like notary, faxing, photocopying, tax preparation, technical support and more.
CAPON BRIDGE — Another sewer system upgrade delay was announced at last Tuesday’s Capon Bridge Town Council meeting, with the call for bids pushed back to Oct. 12 in the hope the last easement agreement will be signed by then.
CHARLESTON — A Washington state man who said he was traveling to see President Donald Trump has pleaded guilty to assaulting Secret Service special agents in West Virginia.
In a twist that must be encouraging to gun owners, some new programs in northeastern states have been able to sharply reduce gun murders without traditional gun control measures, according to the Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence.
ROMNEY — Much of Tuesday’s County Commission meeting was spent discussing ways the county might spend $100,000 in state funds it has received to be used for COVID-19 pandemic expenses.