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This spring, berries take the cake

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Easy, beautiful blend of eggs and veggies for Mother’s Day

Mom always said to eat your vegetables, so this Mother’s Day serve her breakfast in bed inspired by a walk through the garden. We began with the idea of egg-in-a-hat _ sometimes called egg-in-a-basket or a Popeye — in which an egg is cracked into a hole cut in the center of a slice of […]

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Plant a backyard garden and you’ll feast for years

CHARLES TOWN – Have you thought about putting in a vegetable garden this spring? Most of us live in a home surrounded by a small plot of ground. But just because you don’t have a lot of acreage doesn’t mean you can’t have a very productive vegetable garden. You will be amazed at how much […]

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New kids’ history museum For the kids, by George – West Virginia’s newest children’s museum in Martinsburg – opens its doors at 10 a.m. Saturday at the historic Martinsburg Roundhouse. Tickets are $15 for adults, $7.50 for children, and $1 for children ages 1-5. Tickets include brunch, a walking tour of the museum, and free […]

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Photography exhibit

Black-and-white images taken by Jefferson County photographers are on display at Charles Town’s Fire Hall Gallery. The Jefferson County Photography Project may be seen at the gallery at 108 N. George St. through month’s end. The gallery’s regular hours are from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Organized by Shepherd University professor Benita Keller, […]

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Planning a Fifth of May fiesta?

Count on Angie Jimenez Ever since the 1960s when Cinco de Mayo celebrations started to take off across the United States, early May has offered the perfect time to indulge in delicious, authentic Mexican recipes.. Angie Jimenez, the Charles Town woman who created Rivas Salsas de Mexico in 2004, makes it easy for home cooks […]

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In stitches

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In stitches
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‘Honus and Me’ a baseball hit

CHARLES TOWN – Last week’s debut of “Honus and Me” at the Old Opera House Theatre proved a hit and the historic theater’s artistic director expects many more fans to turn out before the baseball-themed family-friendly play wraps up its run on Sunday. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The […]

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New photography exhibit Black-and-white images taken by Jefferson County photographers will go on display this weekend as the latest exhibit debuts at Charles Town’s Fire Hall Gallery. A kickoff reception for the Jefferson County Photography Project, organized by Shepherd University professor Benita Keller, happens from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the gallery at 108 […]

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Top citizen nominations: The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for this year’s Citizen of the Year through June 5. The winner will be announced June 26 at the Chamber’s annual awards banquet at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The Spirit of Jefferson sponsors the Citizen of the Year award, which dates […]

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