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Group plans for equine and agriculture center

September 21, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- A Rural Business Development Grant was recently awarded to a local group, to conduct a feasibility study for the development of a horse park and agricultural center in Jefferson... more »»

Love of woodworking and each other lead couple into business

September 21, 2018 SUMMIT POINT -- "We have always liked to work together and have worked in the shop," said Amanda Lutman, owner of The Rusty Nail Workshop, when referring to herself and her husband, Todd. more »»

43rd Mountain Heritage Festival kicks off Sept. 28 at new location

September 21, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- Visitors planning to attend the 43rd annual Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival will venture to a new location this year. more »»

Nibert Realty & Auctions opens first store front with historic flair

September 21, 2018 RANSON -- For over 30 years, Real Estate Broker Densil Nibert has operated Nibert Realty & Auctions out of his home, with the help of his wife, Real Estate Agent Cindy Nibert, who joined the busines... more »»

17 years later, memories remain clear

September 14, 2018 RANSON -- Independent Fire Company in Ranson once again hosted an annual ceremony to remember those who lost their lives on the sunny Tuesday morning of Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

AWS hosts Rabies Clinic in Ranson

September 14, 2018 RANSON -- Jefferson County's Animal Welfare Society held a Rabies Clinic at Southern States in Ranson on Saturda. more »»

Entries top 350 at Charles Town Car Show

September 7, 2018 CHARLES TOWN -- The City of Charles Town continued an ever-growing tradition as they hosted the 10thannual Charles Town Car Show on Saturday. more »»

Two Crows Antiques flies into Ranson

September 7, 2018 RANSON -- The grand opening of Two Crows Antiques in Ranson on Saturday had many folks out looking for just the right item to enhance their home or collection. more »»

It's worth all the hard work at the Jefferson County Fair

August 31, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- Walking through the animal barns at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds, one can find dozens and dozens of animals, from goats to sheep, to pigs and cows. more »»

Historic African American home open for tour

August 31, 2018 CHARLES TOWN -- Tours of the historic Webb-Blessing House in Charles Town give visitors a glimpse into the history of the town. more »»

Large crowd turns out for Seventh Annual Tomato Fest

August 24, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- Nearly 500 people turned out to taste-test tomatoes and benefit from the experiences of master gardeners, according to organizers of the Seventh Annual Tomato Fest held Aug. more »»

African American Culture and Heritage Festival celebrates local, national history

August 24, 2018 CHARLESTOWN -- The Jefferson County NAACP played host once again to the 26th Annual African American Culture and Heritage Festival. more »»

The fairest of them all: Reynolds crowned as Jefferson County Fair queen

August 24, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- As per tradition, the Jefferson County Fair held the Miss Jefferson County Fair contest on Saturday, the night before the official opening of the fair's festivitie. more »»

Fair fun about to begin

August 17, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- The 66th annual Jefferson County Fair officially opens on Sunday, with a flag raising ceremony at 1 p.m. more »»

Jefferson County residents "Rally Against Rockwool" to gain support from EPBA

August 17, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- Although the Eastern Panhandle Business Association's meeting at Hospice of the Panhandle was held during the middle of the day, over 35 Rockwool protesters showed up to stand at th... more »»

Ranson council hears concerns over Rockwool

August 10, 2018 RANSON ­-- Ranson officials cleared their agenda during a regularly scheduled council meeting on Aug. 7, to hear citizens' concerns over the new Rockwool facility to be built within city limits. more »»

County names new Chief Deputy

August 10, 2018 KEARNEYSVILLE -- Sheriff Pete Dougherty has appointed long-time deputy Ronald Fletcher to the position of Chief Deputy at the Jefferson County Sheriff's Departmen. more »»

Whiskers and Wags Charitable Auction to benefit Briggs Animal Adoption Center, Spay Today

August 10, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Although four years have passed since the last Whiskers and Wags Charitable Auction was held, this year's fundraiser is expected to draw a large crowd to the Sept. more »»

Capito touched by recognition for her service to Harpers Ferry

August 3, 2018 HARPERS FERRY -- "I'm a little embarrassed by all this" were the first words spoken by Senator Shelley Moore Capito last Friday morning, as she was recognized for her contributions to Harpers Ferry... more »»

Shop Talk explores Radioheart Media

August 3, 2018 CHARLES TOWN -- Generation Eastern Panhandle, a local chapter of Generation West Virginia, hosted its first Shop Talk on July 28, featuring local entrepreneur Mark Guiney, owner of Radioheart Media... more »»

Jefferson on long road of county visits for State Auditor J.B. McCuskey

July 27, 2018 CHARLES TOWN -- Jefferson County was stop 21 in a line of 55 county commission visits for West Virginia State Auditor J.B. more »»


Tuesday Afternoon Sewing Time September 25, 2018

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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