RANSON – Better ways to treat serious COVID-19 cases have been discovered. Hospital bedrooms now filling closer to capacity can be expanded to accommodate more patients. Extra medical supplies and equipment are stocked.
CHARLES TOWN — In recognition of their contributions to the Jefferson County Museum (JCM), the Old Charles Town Library, Inc., Board of Directors has named Patricia Rissler and James Rogers museum benefactors and, in their honor, has placed a plaque inscribed with their names in the gallery.
HARPERS FERRY —Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company recently received a grant that will give its members the funding needed to fight brush fires that could turn “catastrophic” for the area, according to assistant fire chief Warren Royce.
CHARLES TOWN – Richard Wahl keeps sandbags ready under a bench next to the front door of his East Liberty Street vintage furniture shop.
HARPERS FERRY — A lone Shannondale woman, with only a few volunteers to help, is trying to do what she can to save feral cats, as well as stop their overpopulation, but Tina Creller, 62, is fighting against tremendous odds.
CHARLES TOWN — The food pantry at Jefferson County Community Ministries (JCCM) is once again stocked with items thanks to the holiday season, but the need continues all year long.
KEARNEYSVILLE – After 10 months of discussions, brainstorming and public input, the Jefferson County Development Authority has completed published a four-year strategic plan to guide future economic stability and growth in the county.
CHARLES TOWN — Mark Pond said he is a Christian struggling to forgive — forgive the man who callously, purposely, gratuitously killed his 28-year-old daughter, Taylor Pond.
- Supreme Court calls for second review of proposed Charles Town annexation
- Needful Things to get a ‘face lift’
- Suspects in Rippon murder case may face death penalty
- BY THE NUMBERS: Project to count cars, assess speeds in neighborhoods
- Federal funds to help improve walk ways, trails
- Reconsidering this year’s holiday get-togethers
- COVID-19 roars back: Jefferson County coronavirus infections hit record levels
- A special kind of farmers market
- Plans under way locally for Small Business Saturday
- And the beat goes on: The music continues at Shepherd during pandemic
- Harpers Ferry rights of way encounter a legal turn
- Yes Jefferson County, Santa Claus is coming
- Siskins are wanderers from the north
- Ranson man charged with federal weapons-manufacturing violation
- Jefferson County businesses REAP federal grants
- Delivery of the Spirit Delayed a day
- With bond, levy passed, it’s full steam ahead
- County commission approves stopgap park system funding
- Charles Town comes together to observe ‘Be Kind November’
- Jefferson sees first school close due to COVID-19
- Jefferson County records first nursing home deaths
- Republicans enjoy success in general election
- Hard times all around: Troubles caused by pandemic extend to area pets
- Federal kidnapping charges filed; new details emerge
- Documentary examines hidden cemeteries in Harpers Ferry
- Construction of new library now underway
- A UNIQUE ‘POINT OF VIEW’: Public access discussed for second Harpers Ferry scenic overlook
- County commission weighs $160K shortfall fix for parks
- Berghaus sketches tell the rich history of Jefferson County
- Farm-to-fork delicatessen to occupy former Charles Town police building
- School bond, levy likely to pass: Both initiatives hold huge leads
- Free COVID-19 testing at the Ranson Civic Center
- Choices and possibilities are varied this year
- Keeping a sense of civility during stressful times
- Gibson acknowledges ‘angry, combative’ voters
- District 67: Doyle, Simon discuss education, Rockwool
- District 66: Espinosa, Frame discuss education, state budgets
- Sibling Coffee Roasters expands, moves into Mad Monks’ location
- Dougherty, Rucker offer differing viewpoints
- Sheriff candidates offer their qualifications
- District 65: Brown, Clark discuss the issues facing Charles Town
- Bolivar anticipates new community-policing deputy
- School service workers weigh votes on levy, bond
- The show still goes on at Old Opera House
- Life lessons and history all part of new children’s book
- Jefferson schools COVID status jumps 2 levels in one week
- Halloween precautions under COVID
- Tabb family to farm 17 acres of county land for another year
- School board candidates charged with not filing campaign reports
- Contractors selected for the new Shepherdstown Public Library