KEARNEYSVILLE – After decades of showing off his cattle during the Jefferson County Fair, Don Mickey is stepping back from what has become his family’s summer ritual.
HARPERS FERRY – If the West Virginia Supreme Court rules that four potentially decisive ballots cast in last summer’s municipal election in Harpers Ferry should be counted, the court will be asked to consider whether the ballots were tampered with, according to an attorney involved in litiga…
RANSON—The name may be unusual, Two Crows Antique Mall, but the devotion to both antiques as well as the Eastern Panhandle are very much a part of Cheryl Burns’ life. And, crows are too.
Burns, in her mid-60s, co-owns the business with her husband Ed, who is in his mid-70s. They have been running the mall, located at 1212 N. Mildred St., since September of last year. Burns is helped by employees Mark Gruner and Anne Price.
RANSON – Robbie Roberts mildly scoffs at the so-called TV reality cop shows. Don’t believe them—real cops don’t act or talk like that, he said. “How they interact with people and how they explain what they're doing,” he explained. “I think some of them are hamming it up for the cameras. It’s…
HARPERS FERRY – A Jefferson County Circuit Court judge has agreed to temporarily suspend an earlier order that directed Harpers Ferry officials to count the votes on four provisional ballots rejected during the town’s June 11 election.
CHARLES TOWN – Every Thanksgiving Day, countless church halls and civic centers across the country open their doors to generously serve free community meals of holiday turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy.
As gestures of goodwill, the hot dinners are offered to anyone who is hungry or in need of holiday companionship. Dozens of Jefferson County residents are expected to gather at the Ranson Civic Center for such a communal banquet provided by Harvest Pointe Church from Ranson this year. Read more