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 By Natalie Gorsuch    News    February 14, 2019 

DEP Permits Issued for Authority Projects

Stiffler McGraw engineer John Clabaugh reported to the Williamsburg Municipal Authority that all state Dept. of Environmental Protection objections from last month have been addressed and all permits were issued for the upcoming municipal authority...

 
 By Natalie Gorsuch    News    February 14, 2019 

Cove Forge Agrees to Woodbury Demands

Andrew Helmer, a Cove Forge Behavioral Health Center representative, attended the Feb. 7 Woodbury Township meeting to say that Cove Forge has agreed to remove the ropes course out of the township’s right-of-way. The presence of the ropes course on...

 
 By Natalie Gorsuch    News    February 14, 2019 

Eagle Scout Project Announced At Borough

Zachariah Richardson of Williamsburg discussed his proposed Eagle Scout project with Williamsburg Borough council members during the Feb. 4 meeting. Richardson said he would like to use the old plaques that used to be displayed at the entry way of...

 

Veteran's Memorial Center Gets Makeover

Wow! Long-awaited. Overdue. Looks good! Those were some of the remarks about the makeover of the Williamsburg Veteran's Memorial Center, commonly known to us affectionately as the Community Center....

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

‘Tis the season for love! February – the month of love, happiness, roses and of course, something I love – chocolate. All of this month’s recipes have one thing in common – chocolate is the main ingredient. What’s not to love? Oreo Balls...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

It’s Super Bowl week, and for most of us, our favorite team is not in the biggest game of the season but still we must celebrate! I’ve decided to cheer for the Patriots because I have kind of a crush on their star wide receiver Julian Edelman, bu...

 

Ask the Williamsburgers

In the spirit of the big game and all the delicious food that goes with it, I decided to ask the residents of Williamsburg – What is your favorite go-to snack during the game? Here is what a few had to say: Zena Saylor: Buffalo chicken dip and...

 

Catharine Township Hosts Meeting to Address Ganister Sanitary Sewer Issues

The Catharine Township supervisors paid host to many professional individuals during a special meeting last Thursday afternoon, Jan. 15. Among the individuals in attendance besides the supervisors were Sewage Planning Specialist from Pa. Department o...

 

Catharine Twp. Appoints New Secretary

Following the acceptance of Secretary Loranne Keithley’s resignation from the Catharine Township board of supervisors, Chairman Ken Brenneman made a motion to appoint Eleanor Harclerode to the same position during last Tuesday afternoon’s...

 

Hileman Takes Reigns of Williamsburg Football After Service as Junior High Coach

Ryan Hileman was named the new head coach of the Williamsburg Football team during last Tuesday evening’s Williamsburg School Board meeting on Jan. 15. Hileman was previously the junior high football coach. Ryan Brantner was named as a volunteer...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

I’m sitting here in my office writing when it’s a humid two degrees outside. I think, though, if it was up to me, I’d rather be cold than hot. What about you? You can always put on more clothes and use more blankets rather than bake in the...

 

Ask the Williamsburgers

This past weekend, it was predicted that we brace ourselves for a 30-inch snowstorm; however, that wasn’t the case. In some areas, it reached a foot but nothing upwards to 30 inches for us, the snow lovers. This got me thinking – what is there to... Full story

 

Peddler Permit Problems Plague Williamsburg Boro

Chief of Police Rowdy Kagarise said during the regular Williamsburg borough council meeting on Jan. 7 that there were three people who were issued a peddler’s permit but whose background information did not “check out.” Chief Kagarise said the...

 

Lansberry named Chairman of Woodbury Twp.; Clark is Vice

Former supervisors Chairman Ed Clark made a motion during the regular Jan. 7 meeting to appoint Joseph Lansberry as the new chairman for Woodbury Township. Supervisor Ed Clark was named vice chairman. The supervisors voted to keep on the three...

 

Williamsburg Municipal Authority To Resend State Grant Application

According to Stiffler-McGraw engineer John Clabaugh, an “oversight” on behalf of the state Dept. of Environmental Protection will push back application for Pennvest funding for the upcoming Williamsburg Municipal Authority projects. Pennvest is...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

By NATALIE GORSUCH Williamsburg Correspondent Apparently snow is on its way this weekend. What better way to spend a snow day then cuddling up to a nice bowl of something fresh out of the crock pot? Here is a recipe that is sure to warm you up this...

 

Catharine Twp. Names Brenneman as Chair

Heather Flaig made the motion Monday evening, Jan. 7, to nominate Ken Brenneman as chairman of Catharine Township during the supervisors’ reorganizational meeting; Ralph Rispoli seconded the motion. The motion passed. Rispoli then nominated Flaig...

 

A Lot of Highs and Lows In Williamsburg in 2018

In a small town like Williamsburg, people often ask, “what even happens there?” For 2018, we saw a lot of highs and some lows in our little town. Some of the highs include: then-Rep. Judy Ward announcing her candidacy for state senator at the Wil...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

Last week, my family lost an integral part of our family – my dear aunt, Annie Bauer. For those who knew her, it was hard not to love her. I was honored to speak at her funeral and I wanted to share my words about her with you, my readers. Aunt...

 

Catharine Township Wrestles with Budget Issues for 2019

An $82,000 deficit in the 2019 budget caused concern for supervisors during Catharine Township’s regular meeting on Thursday evening, Dec. 27. An amount classified as “unbudgeted reserve,” caused the supervisors concern in approving the 2019...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

One of my new year’s resolutions is to eat better. This holiday season sure did a number to my waist line – but hey, what can I say? My mom and I are pretty good cooks. This week, here are two recipes that are sure to help you if you, like me,...

 

Ask the Williamsburgers

The year 2019 is upon us. Can you believe it? I feel like 2018 flew by. With a new year, one must always set a resolution – you may stick to it, you may not. This week, I decided to ask the residents of Williamsburg – What is your one wish for...

 

Christmas in a Small Town

If you’ve ever travelled out of our town, people often ask – how do you live there? How many did you graduate with? Do you know anyone? Such things are often taken as a negative aspect of growing up in a small town. Because of the season, I decid...

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

Sadly, our cookies have come and gone, most of them scarfed up by that hungry Santa. With the new year fast approaching, what better way to kick off 2019 with healthy eating? Of course, we all have that same goal at the beginning of the year to make...

 

Ask the Williamsburgers

There is much to be said about the love around a dining room table at Christmas. This week, I decided to ask the residents of Williamsburg – Who is someone you’d love to have at your Christmas dinner table (even those who are no longer with us)?...

 

Correction

I take full responsibility for the mistake printed in the Dec. 13, 2018, issue of the Morrisons Cove Herald on Page B6. The Williamsburg Christmas Parade was held on Sunday. I do apologize for the error.* – Natalie Gorsuch * As does the Herald....

 

From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

As a teacher, I am blessed with many wonderful students. One of the main things that I have learned over the years about children is their love of cooking and baking. I have incorporated that into my classroom lessons. It’s funny to see how proud t...

 

Ask the Williamsburgers

For many people, Christmas can be a stressful time – what should I buy my family? Will I have enough money? Is this the perfect gift? My question for this Christmas season: “If money was no object, what would you ask for for Christmas?” Here...

 

Civic Club Hosts Christmas Tea

Twenty-three members and 14 guests attended the Williamsburg Women's Civic Club's annual Christmas Tea held at the United Methodist Church. Sandra Kaufman and Sarah Bowmaster, co-chairpersons and the...

 

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