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Jala Yoga, Mellow Moods expanding to Charles Town

Jala Yoga, Mellow Moods expanding to Charles Town

CHARLES TOWN — After feeding the mind, body and soul of residents in Shepherdstown for five years, Jala Yoga will soon be offering its stress-relief services to Charles Town. Jala Yoga owner Christa Mastrangelo is set to open a second location of her business on May 10 at 307 W. Washington St. in downtown Charles […]

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Uplifting voices

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ANTOINETTE RINGGOLD More than 100 people participated in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Trail March Sunday in Charles Town. The event, which is sponsored by the Jefferson County Chapter of the NAACP, opened with a procession that started at the Old Charles Town Library and ended at South Lawrence Street. From there, participants […]

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CHARLESTON – Senate Majority Leader John Unger (D-Berkeley) introduced a bill today requiring that all above-ground storage facilities for liquids be registered and inspected. This legislation is due to a chemical spill last week in Kanawha County that left 300,000 West Virginians without clean drinking water. “Senate Bill 373 will allow the Department of Environmental Protection […]

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Staff report IJAMSVILLE — With a 19-point lead only seconds into the fourth quarter, it appeared Washington High had its boys basketball opener against Oakdale locked away. But Oakdale had other ideas. The Bears of Coach Terry Connolly went to a fullcourt pressure defense and outscored the Patriots, 29-13, in the last seven-plus minutes. Washington […]

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By BRYAN CLARK bryan@spiritofjefferson.com CHARLES TOWN – The Jefferson County Commission today fixed the residential level of its proposed ambulance fee to $40, less than half the amount proposed by the county’s Emergency Services Agency. The commission will vote next week on whether to adopt the proposed fee. The move drew the ire of local volunteer […]

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Zucchini overload?

Grill up some Napoleons If your garden – or your generous neighbor’s garden – is producing a plethora of zucchini these days, let Napoleon come to the rescue. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to view it in full. The rest of this article is exclusive, use Cleeng again to view it. The rest of […]

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A SECOND LOOK

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A SECOND LOOK

It’s playtime Ed Herendeen, creator of Shepherdstown’s Contemporary American Theater Festival, again held a picnic to welcome actors and other artists taking part in the month-long festival, which kicked off Friday. Theater lovers can see this season’s five new plays through month’s end.  

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River data  collection  underway

HARPERS FERRY – A program to gather concrete data on the county’s contribution to the pollution of the Chesapeake Bay is now underway. Its organizers hope the measurements will make it easier to point out ways in which the model used to estimate pollution output may be incorrect. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to […]

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A SECOND LOOK…previously unpublished photo from the Spirit

Drama in Shepherdstown Actors involved in Shepherdstown’s Contemporary American Theater Festival are rehearsing on the campus of Shepherd University. Theater lovers get their first chance to see this year’s plays during the “Pay What You Can Previews” beginning July 3. The season starts in earnest on July 5 and continues through July 28. For details, […]

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