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Time to apply the hammer: A local doctor's advice on fighting COVID-19

March 27, 2020 RANSON -- At Two Rivers Treads, we have decided to do what we think is right for our community and to set an example of what we feel the entire country needs to do to flatten the curve (www. more »»

 
 
 
Commission passes budget with no public input

March 27, 2020 CHARLES TOWN — The Jefferson County Commission held its regularly scheduled meeting on March 19; however, no members of the public were present. more »»

An Italian view of the coronavirus

March 20, 2020 MESSINA, SICILY — Hannah Curby has lived as a missionary in Messina, Italy for five years, and is currently witnessing the effects of COVID-19 first-hand. more »»

Closed to the public: Jefferson County Commission closes all county buildings through March 31

March 20, 2020 CHARLES TOWN -- On Tuesday afternoon, the Jefferson County Commission agreed to pass a policy declaration related to the COVID-19 pandemic. more »»

State releases coronavirus information to public

March 13, 2020 MORGANTOWN -- West Virginia, as of Tuesday, had no confirmed cases of the coronavirus; however, neighboring Maryland and Virginia both have seen cases. more »»

Jefferson Arts Council sponsors student show

March 13, 2020 CHARLES TOWN -- The Jefferson Arts Council is sponsoring an exhibit highlighting the work of students within the Jefferson County school system. more »»

Pedestrian bridge remains unusable at Harpers Ferry

March 6, 2020 HARPERS FERRY -- A train derailment in December that destroyed the pedestrian bridge, Goodloe . more »»

Flipping pancakes

February 28, 2020 CHARLES TOWN -- John Mills, a member of Citizen's Fire Company, shows off his skill at cracking eggs one-handed at the company's annual Pancake Day fundraiser on Tuesday morning. more »»

Chapman to serve as Relay for Life’s Honorary Chair

February 28, 2020 CHARLES TOWN -- Life was good for Christina Chapman in 2018. After living in Jefferson County with her family for 20 years, life was altogether going as planned. Then, on Nov. more »»

Park system receives grant for mobile recreation program

February 21, 2020 HARPERS FERRY -- Jefferson County Parks and Recreation was one of 13 recipients of the B.R.I.D.G.. more »»

Commemorating Black History: Performance brings to life the works of Langston Hughes

February 14, 2020 HARPERS FERRY -- Actor and writer David Mills portrayed famed African American poet Langston Hughes on Saturday as part of the Harpers Ferry National Park Service's Black History Month presentation. more »»

Ravenous for wild game: Attendance at Wild Beast Feast tops 1,200

February 7, 2020 RANSON—The 11th Annual Wild Beast Feast, hosted by Fellowship Bible Church on Friday night, drew its largest crowd to date, with 1,211 attendees. more »»

Volunteers help with Edge Hill Cemetery wreath clean-up

January 31, 2020 CHARLES TOWN — Volunteer groups arrived ready to work on Saturday at Edge Hill Cemetery, with the goal of clearing the more than 700 wreaths that were placed in December as part of the Wreaths Acros... more »»

Harpers Ferry council receives update on pedestrian bridge status

January 14, 2020 HARPERS FERRY—During the Jan. more »»

Jefferson County Relay plans kick-off event

January 10, 2020 CHARLES TOWN — The never-ending battle to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer has local volunteers gearing up for the kick-off of Jefferson County Relay for Lif. more »»

Project Cold Front: Fiber artists ‘yarn bomb’ Charles Town

January 10, 2020 CHARLES TOWN — To raise awareness of the struggles faced by the county’s homeless population, more than 15 fiber artists worked together to provide an eye-catching reminder that cold weather is her. more »»

Freight train derails into river in Harpers Ferry

December 27, 2019 HARPERS FERRY — An eastbound CSX freight train crossing the Potomac River near Harpers Ferry derailed and sent multiple train cars into the water below in the early hours of Saturday morning. more »»

Thomassen Ford damage topping out over $2 million

December 27, 2019 CHARLES TOWN—Fire quickly spread across the rooftop of the Thomassen Ford building in Charles Town on Dec. 26, after materials caught fire during some welding repairs. more »»

U.S. Marines collect toys for children in need

December 20, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Along with dozens of other locations in Jefferson County, the Jefferson County Community Center was a drop off location for Toys for Tots this year. On Saturday, the U.S. more »»

Street named in honor of Jefferson County Parks and Recreation director

December 13, 2019 SHENANDOAH JUNCTION -- Jennifer Myers, director of Jefferson County Parks and Recreation, holds a new street sign bearing her name. more »»

An Olde Tyme Christmas: Harpers Ferry Christmas event sees strong start

December 13, 2019 HARPERS FERRY -- Decked out in boughs of greenery and Civil War-era Christmas decorations, Harpers Ferry’s 49th Annual Olde Tyme Christmas celebration got off to a good start on Friday evening. more »»

 
 

Tuesday Afternoon Sewing Time April 7, 2020

Bring your sewing, knitting, embroidery, even your mending — and let's enjoy each other's company inthe Parlor Room of Trinity Episcopal's Parish House, 1 to 4 p.m. Questions? Call Paula Lelansky at 304-876-2930. more »

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