Martinsburg Councilor Knowles Elected West Virginia Municipal League President | Newspaper

MARTINSBURG – For the first time since the 1970s, a representative from Martinsburg claimed the seat of West Virginia Municipal League president with the election of City of Martinsburg councilor Kevin Knowles to his highest post, announced Thursday morning. The WVML – made up of elected officials from cities, towns and villages across the state […]

Brown’s Tire is the only West Virginia store to support Brakes for Breasts | Newspaper

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Brown’s Tire, Towing & Auto Care Center will participate in the national Brakes for Breasts campaign, the only garage in the Mountain State to do so. The locally owned and operated store in Shepherdstown has been a campaigner for several years and will continue to work to help develop a breast cancer vaccine […]

One Par Above: Innovative Golf Ball Donation Returns to EPEC | Newspaper

HEDGESVILLE – While most Labor Day celebrations include barbecues and family gatherings, locals of Frederick Aurora, Sage, and Vaiya Kahn have spent the holiday weekend differently, picking up stray golf balls at The Woods Resort. During the holidays, the Vahns visited their grandparents, Keith and Pam Casper, at their home in Hedgesville. Noting the abundance […]

The needs of the Internet must have the highest priority | Newspaper

Perhaps state plans to extend Internet access to West Virginia will do well in the end. But, as was the case earlier this year, it appears that local initiatives will need to take the lead in serving children who are supposed to be learning from home, but with no way to connect there. Last month, […]

Eighth Annual East West Virginia Sworn Exhibition Opens | Newspaper

MARTINSBURG – The Berkeley Arts Council in Martinsburg announces the opening of the eighth annual Juried exhibition in East West Virginia, on display until October 10 at the Berkeley Art Works, 116 North Queen Street in Martinsburg. This annual jury exhibit focuses on artists residing in one of the eight counties that make up West […]

Hope for medical justice | Newspaper

Eric Pritchard Berkeley Springs Some people, mostly older women, suffer from chronic or persistent symptoms of hypothyroidism because they are usually not treated, a disease from a medical point of view. The hypothyroidism paradigm requires adequate conversion of the “bridge” thyroid hormone, T4 (thyroxine), to be transformed into the “bat” active thyroid hormone, T3 (liothyronine […]