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Eye-deal Business

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Eye-deal Business

RANSON – Though he earned a degree in business administration straight out of high school, Dr. Richard C. Rebuck soon settled on a different vision for his future. A career as a health care professional seemed like the right path for him, explained Rebuck, who practiced as an optometrist in Virginia and elsewhere in West […]

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Briefcase

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New agent: Tony Jamison has joined the sales team at Weichert Realtors. A real estate agent for six years, the Bakerton native will work throughout Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties. He is a member of the Eastern Panhandle Board of Realtors.  He is as an ambulance lieutenant and firefighter with the Friendship Fire Company of […]

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Mind matters

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Mind matters
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Change is coming

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Change is coming

CHARLES TOWN – Bank customers in the Eastern Panhandle will be seeing dozens more United Bank signs in the weeks to come. At Centra branches across Berkeley County and elsewhere, work crews spent recent weeks putting up new United Bank signs that will be unveiled April 21 when the bank merger – first announced in […]

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Latest ‘Open for Business’ report released by W.Va.

CHARLESTON – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has released the April “Open for Business” report, which documents developments on economic progress across the state. Among the highlights: STASIS acquiring software provider STaSIS announced its intent to integrate automotive software provider Revo Technik into its performance technology group. STaSIS is headquartered in Summit Point; Revo Technik is […]

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Jumpin’ beans

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Jumpin’ beans
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SHEPHERDSTOWN – There’s a bit of Hollywood-style glitz ahead for those who want to say a special thanks this year to their secretaries, administrative assistants and other office workers. “We didn’t want to do just the same Right Hands Day, explains Heather Morgan McIntyre, the executive director of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. “I […]

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MARTINSBURG – April is a landmark month for Panhandle Home Health. This week marks 36 years since the nonprofit’s start, and in just a few weeks hundreds from across the Panhandle will pick up miniature golf clubs to take part in the organization’s big annual fundraiser. [cleeng_content id="t1" price="0.15" description="Read it now!"]Puttin’ for Panhandle Home […]

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Briefcase

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New foundation exec: After more than a decade as executive director of the Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation, Amy Owen will step down next month and a longtime Eastern Panhandle resident has been named as her successor. “Leaving the area and this community foundation will be a little heartbreaking,” said Owen, who is moving with […]

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Business briefs

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Md. firm gets Shepherd underpass project SHEPHERDSTOWN — A Maryland firm has won the bid to build a pedestrian underpass at Shepherd University. Work by C. William Hetzer Inc. of Hagerstown will begin this spring and is set to be completed by the time students return to campus in August, according to school officials. School […]

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