CHARLES TOWN — The Jefferson County Board of Education decided Monday to keep its schools closed to continue remote learning for the rest of the school year as West Virginia attempts to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
CHARLES TOWN – Now that Gov. Jim Justice postponed West Virginia’s primary election until June 9 because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, county election officials are scrambling to make the new election date happen.
SHEPHERDSTOWN—There’s a phrase used in show business, “The show must go on,” meaning no matter what happens a show that has been planned will take place. The coronavirus, however, has caused the rescheduling of the Contemporary American Theater Festival, an integral part of Shepherdstown and…
CHARLES TOWN – Shepherdstown Councilman Mark Everhart, after denying “wildly false accusations about my past” by political opponents about misdemeanor convictions related to a divorce eight years ago, announced he is abandoning his campaign as a Republican candidate for state delegate repres…
If you are looking for a way to help while you are stuck at home, making and donating homemade masks to divide among businesses and individuals could be your niche. Here are two sets of instructions from the Valley Health website on how to make masks either with or without elastic.
The casinos along with the horse and dog tracks are closed in West Virginia but the gambling continues in the Eastern Panhandle and virtually everywhere else.
In what has become an unanticipated new trend in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Charles Town offered a solid card on Saturday night amid very limited onlookers as the general public was prohibited from attending a program that typically would have drawn a solid gathering of spectators.
On Friday, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced that schools were closed due to the COVID -19 Coronavirus pandemic. It was a day after he decided to suspend state basketball regionals for the boys and the state tournament for the girls and yes, it’s important to look at the words that a…