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Rx for healthier living Morgan market to become hub for more than food

SHEPHERDSTOWN – Residents who visit Morgan’s Grove Market when the season kicks off Saturday will find new offerings aimed at making it easier to pursue a healthy lifestyle. The market, Shepherdstown’s Saturday hub for local growers, bakers, artisans and crafters since 2011, is expanding into a year-round agricultural campus and healthy living collaborative that will […]

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Out-of-state cash fueling Mooney race

CHARLES TOWN – Conservative Alex X. Mooney notes on his website the “continued momentum” for his campaign for Congress, and the fact that he’s raised more money than his fellow Republicans combined. But what Mooney doesn’t tout is how little of his campaign income is coming from West Virginia donors. Mooney, who resigned as Maryland […]

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Barking lot

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Barking lot

Emmy, a blue heeler belonging to Cory Grace of Harpers Ferry, greets a visitor during an evening outing last week at the dog park at Sam Michael’s Park. Grace, who also has a Lab-pointer mix named Trooper, says they’re regulars at the Shenandoah Junction park. “They need to run every day,” she said.     […]

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Experts to share lessons from Elk River Friday CHARLES TOWN — Residents concerned that the catastrophic chemical spill that contaminated Charleston’s Elk River could occur in Jefferson County are encouraged to attend a forum that explores the implications for just such a scenario. The Jefferson County chapter of the League of Women Voters and the […]

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CHARLES TOWN — For the two Republicans vying for their party’s nomination in next month’s primary election, the issue comes down to too much spending. W. Matthew Harris and Patricia Rucker will face off May 13 to see which one will challenge incumbent Democrat Stephen Skinner in November to represent the 67th District in the House […]

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Chestnut Hill Road fix sought

HARPERS FERRY — Senate Majority Leader John Unger has asked the West Virginia Department of Transportation to conduct an engineering study of what he says are hazardous conditions along Chestnut Hill Road in Jefferson County. [cleeng_content id=”119037188″ description=”Read it now!” price=”0.49″ t=”article”]In an April 15 letter to Transportation Secretary Paul A. Mattox Jr., Unger, a […]

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CHARLES TOWN – Thanks to snow, extreme cold and other challenges, neither Jefferson County nor any of the state’s 54 other school systems will manage to get in the required 180 days of instruction before students start summer break in June. But thanks to a change by the Legislature, the 2014-15 school year will be […]

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Status quo versus new faces

3 school board seats up for grabs in next month’s election CHARLES TOWN – Voters could select a new majority for the Jefferson County school board next month when three seats on the nonpartisan body come up for grabs. Only school board president Gary Kable and Mark Osbourn, the former C.W. Shipley Elementary principal elected […]

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CHARLES TOWN — Charles Town officials say they are moving forward with projects, despite not having a new city manager. Charles Town Council member Ann Paonessa said leaders expect to complete the West Virginia Home Rule Board application by June 1, the same day they hope to have a new city manager in place. Home […]

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CHARLES TOWN – John Reisenweber, the executive director of the Jefferson County Development Authority, says Friday’s business “Go Pro” workshop with a pair of former Washington Redskins stars is all about helping local business leaders score big. “We’re here to support and promote existing businesses in our community – they’re vital to our local economy,” […]

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