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First Morgan County Blue Lives Matter 5K Held

BERKELEY SPRINGS, WV - On July 29, over 70 people participated in the first Blue Lives Matter 5K in Berkeley Springs. The fundraising event was to create the non-profit Morgan County Officers Down Memorial Fund, a scholarship fund for students…Continue Reading

Landowners’ Pipeline Opposition Draws Crowd to Morgan Co. Commission Meeting

BERKELEY SPRINGS, WV - The Morgan County Commission held a public hearing on Aug. 2 to hear citizens’ concerns about proposed pipeline expansion by Mountaineer Gas Company from Martinsburg to another proposed pipeline from Pa., connecting…Continue Reading

New Little Free Library Now Open at South Jefferson Park

Adult patrons of South Jefferson Library put up a little library at South Jefferson Park.  The building was constructed and donated by Steve Hebert and Monumental Construction of Jefferson, Maryland.  He did a wonderful job making…Continue Reading

True Treats Historic Candy Announces Donations from Grandmother’s Purse

Harpers Ferry, WV – True Treats Historic Candy announced today the recipient of their twice-yearly “Grandmother’s Purse” donations, part of their commitment to donate 10% of their profits to not-for-profit organizations plus candy…Continue Reading

Cheryl Moyer is New PAH Program Administrator

Charles Town, WV — The Partnership for Affordable Housing is very pleased to announce the appointment of Cheryl Moyer as Program Administrator. Cheryl, currently Deputy Director of Community Networks, Inc., has represented CNI on the PAH…Continue Reading

Gas company wins ‘right of eminent domain’ hearing against family farm

Mountaineer Gas Company won an eminent domain hearing on June 30 against the Kesecker family and their Crossroads Canning Company. The gas company could take approximately 8.6 acres of the family’s farmland for a natural gas pipeline that…Continue Reading

Discovery Station Museum Announces New Logo And Rebranding

Hagerstown, MD—The Discovery Station announced the launch of a new Discovery Station logo as part of the ongoing evolution of the museum’s mission to provide learning experiences to thousands of children and families each year.

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Berkeley County Schools to offer Free Summer Food Service

Free Breakfast and Lunch is open to all children, ages 18 years and under, who would like to participate. For more information about these programs, please contact Berkeley County Schools Office of Child Nutrition and Wellness at 304-267-3500.

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ACFF Announces the Next Gen Capture Conservation Project & Contest

The American Conservation Film Festival challenges and invites young people ages 5 to 18 to create and submit a short video capturing what conservation and their relationship to nature and the world around them means to them.  The purpose…Continue Reading

AMAZING summer camp with Cacapon Institute