CAPON BRIDGE — A July 13 ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new mural on the wall of the Capon Bridge Rescue Squad building drew a crowd to celebrate both the mural itself and the volunteers and sponsors who made the project possible.
AUGUSTA — The cattle are coming — and so are the hogs, goats, sheep, rabbits, pickles, peaches, corn, photos and about every kind of entry you can think of.
From roots to canopy, trees are real warriors for clean water and yet...in our most recent Potomac River report card, streamside forests received the worst grade: an F.
On a recent trip to Spring Gap Mountain, in the heart of Hampshire County, traveling with my daughter and my sister, I took the opportunity to visit one of my favorite childhood spots, the spring on top of Spring Gap Mountain.
ROMNEY — An ordinance imposing a $2.50 monthly user fee to support the Romney Volunteer Fire Company was rejected by the Romney Town Council at its meeting Monday night.
CHARLESTON — State School Superintendent Clayton Burch told the State Board of Education last Wednesday that he plans to spend plenty of time at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind.
CAPON BRIDGE — The Capon Bridge Town Council received a final breakdown of costs for the town sewer project at their July 13 meeting, and considered requests from several town subdivisions.
SPRING MILLS — The final group of kids shuffled into the cafeteria at Potomack Intermediate on Tuesday afternoon, a buzz coming from the Berkeley County Schools summer program students as they eyed the colorful vegetables and fruits perched on the tables in front of them.
CHARLESTON —The West Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Adult Education is kicking off a “Never Too Late to Graduate” campaign featuring West Virginia native and “America’s Got Talent” winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.
WINCHESTER — Valley Health told its employees and affiliated physicians Monday that the Covid-19 vaccine is now required. The order takes effect immediately and requires staff to be fully vaccinated by Nov. 1. More than 2,100 employees of the 6-hospital system remain unvaccinated.
AUGUSTA — There will be a new private school option for Hampshire families this fall: Victory Christian Academy is opening its doors at its Augusta site come Sept. 1.
SPRINGFIELD - The old John Blue Bridge put up a fight as hydraulic hammers chipped away at it's concrete piles before finally succumbing and splashing into the South Branch at 10:55 a.m.
A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for Hampshire County until 11 p.m. this evening. The National Weather Service anticipates the strongest portions of the storm will hit Hampshire around 5 p.m. with showers tapering off by midnight.
CUMBERLAND — One of the Love Shack dogs has found his forever home, in a turn of events that his new family called “fate.” Max was one of the over 100 dogs seized from the Cabin Road property on April 5.
BURLINGTON — One of these days soon, a Mineral County farm family will finally receive use of a new John Deere tractor as West Virginia’s conservation farm of 2 years ago.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice called on Saturday for the resignation of a state lawmaker who posted a sexually explicit TikTok video to his public account.
WILLIAMSPORT, Md. – Potomac Edison is using a helicopter equipped with an aerial saw to trim trees and maintain electrical clearances along 6 difficult-to-access transmission line corridors in West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia this year.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — The health of the Chesapeake Bay improved to a grade of C in 2020 — up from a C-minus in 2019, according to an annual report card by scientists released Tuesday.
MOOREFIELD — Students at Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College now have a seamless pathway to a bachelor’s or master’s degree from one of the nation’s largest accredited online schools.
The 4th of July has just passed and is surprising how many don’t truly understand what it stands for. But I think what grieves me the most is the lack of respect for our flag.