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  • Cove Relay for Life Held in Roaring Spring

    Jun 27, 2019

    The 18th annual Cove Relay for Life was held on June 22 at the Roaring Spring Athletic Field. This is a brief video capturing the spirit of the event. The voice that can be heard speaking is that of Shari Gilbert. Shari and her father George R. Gilbert are both cancer survivors and were the ambassadors for this year's event. Shari gave the keynote speech of the event.... Full story


    Jun 27, 2019

    Ross D. Claycomb, 66, of New Enterprise, died on Monday, June 17, 2019, at home. A funeral was held on Monday, June 24, at the Smithfield Church, Martinsburg RR. Pastor Jim Snyder officiated. Interment was made in Diehl's Crossroads Cemetery, Martinsburg RR. Ross was born on April 5, 1953, in Roaring Spring, the son of the late Harrison E. and Elda J. (Swartz) Claycomb. He married Linda A. Settle on June 7, 1980, in Bedford. Ross is survived by his wife; a daughter, Brenda S. Humphries (Mike)...


    Jun 27, 2019

    Marjorie M. Gunnett, 90, of rural Williamsburg, passed away on Friday morning, June 21, 2019, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring. A funeral was held on, Wednesday, June 26, at Zion Lutheran Church, Williamsburg. Pastor Tiffany E. Marvich officiated. Private interment was held at Royer Cemetery, rural Williamsburg. Marjorie was born on June 14, 1929, in Williamsburg, daughter of the late Luther H. and Sarah Ellen (Zook) McClure. She married Richard D. “Dick” Gunnett on July 20, 1951, in Winchester, Virginia. He preceded her in...


    Jun 27, 2019

    Leanore J. “Mickey” Stone, 92, of Martinsburg, died on Friday, June 21, 2019, at Maybrook Hills Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, Altoona. At the request of the deceased, there will be no viewing or services. Mickey was born on Jan. 5, 1927, in Hollidaysburg, the daughter of the late Charles A. Sr. and Clara Edith (Miller) Smith. She is survived by four children: Karen, Jeff and Sherri, all of New York, and Judy of Florida; four grandchildren: Geoff, Elise, Amanda and Greg; and two brothers: Charles A. Smith Jr. and wife Shirley and Pau...


    Jun 27, 2019

    James C. Beach, 92, of Martinsburg, formerly of Woodbury, passed away on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, at The Village at Morrisons Cove, Martinsburg. At request of the deceased, a memorial service will be held at a later date and at the convenience of the family. Interment will be in Dry Hill Cemetery, Woodbury. James was born on April 6, 1927, in Henrietta, son of the late Harry B. and Clara A. (Haffley) Beach. He was united in marriage with Evelyn (Kensinger) Beach on May 8, 1948, in York. She preceded him in death on May 28, 2012. He is survived...


    Jun 27, 2019

    Helen L. States, 94, of Martinsburg, formerly of Woodbury, passed away on Wednesday, June 19, 2019, at Homewood at Martinsburg. A funeral was held on Monday, June 24, at the Weaver Funeral Home LLC, www.weaversfh.com, Woodbury. Pastor Stewart McClelland officiated. Interment was in Dry Hill Cemetery, Woodbury. Helen was born on May 10, 1925, in Altoona, daughter of the late John and Catherine (Murray) Stehle. She was united in marriage to John D. “Jack” States Sr. on March 21, 1945, in Altoona. He preceded her in death on March 27, 2004. Hel...


    Jun 27, 2019

    Richard S. “Dick” Hoover, 85, of Martinsburg, passed away on Friday afternoon, June 21, 2019, at Altoona Center for Nursing Care. A private service with Pastor Mark E. Biter officiating was held at John K. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., www.bolgerfuneralhome.com, Martinsburg. A private interment was held at Fairview Cemetery, Martinsburg....

  • Health By Choice Names First Intern

    Jun 27, 2019

    Health By Choice Education and Research in New Enterprise recently welcomed its first Intern, Morgan Instone, 20, a senior at Juniata College, Huntingdon. Instone is a graduate of Bishop McCort Catholic High School in Johnstown. Instone studies biopsychology at Juniata College and plans to further her education at an accredited naturopathic graduate school with the hopes of becoming a naturopathic physician while also earning a master's degree in nutrition and acupuncture. She is certified in cu...

  • PennDOT Announces '18 State's Highway Fatalities

    Jun 27, 2019

    PennDOT recently announced that in 2018, statewide traffic deaths increased to 1,190 from the record low of 1,137 in 2017. Last year was the third-lowest number of highway fatalities recorded and overall fatalities continue to trend downward. “Even one life lost is one too many, and Pennsylvania is committed to moving towards zero deaths,” PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. “Our biggest priority continues to be safe travel regardless of the mode you use, and we continue to work with our partners to decrease fatalities through educa...

  • Claysburg to Stage 'Nana's Knickers' June 28-29

    Jun 27, 2019

    Practice has been underway with the Claysburg Area Community Theatre group on its latest production of “Nana’s Naughty Knickers.” The show is slated for 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29, at the Claysburg-Kimmel High School auditorium. The show is under the direction of Maria Leppert. The cast of characters in the show are Dana Ebersole, Bethany Wicker, Chelsea Neatrour, Darius Morgan, Eric Shields, Michele Crist, Danielle Ebersole and Erica Crist. “Nana’s Naughty Knickers” is by Katherine DiSalvino and is produced by special...

  • Books to Borrow Martinsburg Public Library Recommends

    Jun 27, 2019

    "Daisy Jones & The Six" By Taylor Jenkins Reid If you are of a certain age, or are a follower of the '70s music scene, you will love this book. The author, Taylor Jenkins Reid, is a fan of Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac, and the novel is loosely based on the band and others of the period. This book is written in an unusual format and reads like a Netflix documentary with interviews of all the characters – band members, spouses, producers. It doesn't take long for the format to become familiar t...

  • Embrace the Changes to this Year's J4 Celebration

    RICK BOSTON|Jun 27, 2019

    Social media has given people the power to voice their opinions on any subject they choose. Politics, restaurants, the car spotted making a turn without using its signal – nothing and nobody is immune to finding their way onto somebody’s Facebook page when the mood strikes to publicly call them out. While we all have a right to voice an opinion, the growing trend is to attack before the facts, complaining about things that have no effect on our personal lives, or worse yet, complaining about something that hasn’t even happened yet. The latest v...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 21, 1894 A heavy rain storm passed over the Cove area, doing considerable damage. The downpour was described as “constant for about half an hour, and the great volume of water surpassed anything of the like before.” Several farmers reported severe crop damage, and imbers that had been cut to build a new bridge in McKees Gap were swept away by flood waters. Hail and severe thunderstorms were reported in Roaring Spring, but damage there was lighter than in other areas of the Cove. Lightning struck at least one residence in the area...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 27, 1919 The community event of the season was the barn raising on the farm of D. R. Earlenbaugh on Piney Creek, now tenanted by Herman Smith. Wednesday of last week was the day and early in the morning neighbors and friends began to gather for the days work. In all about 225 from far and near were present during the day to assist at the work, the ladies in the culinary department and the gentlemen at the construction work. Everything went along nicely throughout the day and the barn was raised to the rafters without mishaps. On...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 29, 1944 The final turnover of the Cove Valley airport to Altoona and Blair county is scheduled for July 1, and the formal ceremonies in connection with the transfer will take place at the airport on July 4. The program will be in charge of state and county officials, and one of the high officials of the bureau of aeronautics and Judge George G. Patterson of Hollidaysburg will be the chief speakers. Relatives and neighbors Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday of this week gathered at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin M. Stoner a...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 26, 1969 The bids for an expansion project at the Nason Hospital came in $175,000 higher than anticipated, but the hospital trustees agreed to proceed with the project. A Martinsburg contractor was the low bidder for general construction. The architects, Campbell, Rea, Hayes and Large of Altoona, will adjust the specification to take any possible savings that can be made by eliminating equipment that is not immediately necessary. This equipment can be installed at some later time as funds are available, according to a spokesman...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 23, 1994 Three area farms have been given the eighth annual Dairy of Distinction award through the Northeast Dairy Farm Beautification Program. Receiving the award are the Paulden Farm, owned by Paul D. and Karen Turner of New Enterprise RD; the Pennsylvania Fair Valley Farm, owned by Randall and Karen Huntsman of Martinsburg RD 2; and Mid-Vel Farms, owned by Mark E. and Raymond R. Yoder of Imler. Lightning is being blamed for starting the fire Monday that burned more than 25 acres on Cool Hill on State Game Land 73 in Hopewell...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Jun 27, 2019

    Herald of June 25, 2009 Talk about ringing in the New Year. On Jan. 2, Jami Kurtz, Taylor Township, found a wedding ring that had been lost for half a century. The ring was returned to its owner, Shirley Clabaugh of Duncansville, and it fit perfectly. Mrs. Kurtz found the ring on a family-owned property in Clappertown. The property had belonged to John Gorsuch, the grandfather of Mrs. Clabaugh and Sondra Kurtz, Jamie’s mother-in-law. At a family reunion on the property, soon after getting her first metal detector, Mrs. Kurtz was told about t...

  • Public Notices

    Jun 27, 2019

    ESTATE NOTICE Letters have been granted on the Estate of the following decedent to the representative named who requests all persons having claims against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same to her, and all persons indebted to the decedent to make payment to her without delay. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Betty Lou Long, late of Roaring Spring Borough, Blair County, Pennsylvania. Amy J Smith 1404 Millerstown Road Martinsburg PA 16662 Executor Taking Applications Woodbury Township (Blair County) is taking applications for a... Full story

  • Major League Champs

    Jun 27, 2019

    Ritchey's Dairy captured the Major League title of the Spring Cove Youth Baseball League. The squad defeated Roaring Spring True Value 6-4 in the championship game on June 21 at the Martinsburg Little League field. Team members were (from left): Front row: Lucas Black, Jay Hoenstine, Kayden Slippy and Christian Heuston. Back row: Wyatt Ritchey, Braydon Beach, MJ Flaugh, Bryton Barnes, Mace Baker and Aiden Moore....

  • Minor League Champs

    Jun 27, 2019

    Keith Electrical Services captured the Minor League title of the Spring Cove Youth Baseball League. The squad defeated Metzler Bros. Transportation 12-2 in the championship game on June 21 at the Martinsburg Little League Field. Team members were (from left): Front row: Dominic Watters, Dylan Keith, Brooks Decker, Ayden Rhodes, Jack Hetrick and Christian Dilling. Middle row: Coach Brent Rhodes, Waylon Richardson, Cody Clapper, Landon Kasun, Michael Snook and Colton Porreca. Back row: Coaches...

  • Thank you, Gentlemen

    Jun 27, 2019

    Ritchey Dairy's Jay Hoenstine presents Randy McGraw (left) and Rodger "Bacon" Hoover with gift bags between championship games of the Spring Cove Youth Baseball League on June 21. The two men were in attendance representing the more than 40 men who constructed the Martinsburg VFW Post 43 Field 50 years ago. Construction took the entire summer....

  • CWD Seminar Set for July 13

    Jun 27, 2019

    Sportsmen for the Future and the Pavia Sportsmen’s Club will sponsor a public chronic wasting disease seminar with Dr. James Kroll, also known as “Dr. Deer,” at noon on Saturday, July 13, at the Hollidaysburg Area Junior High School. There will be multiple speakers who will present attendees with a better understanding of the complex and ongoing issues regarding CWD. There also will be a question-and-answer session with Dr. Kroll, who is nationally recognized for his work regarding whitetail deer. Doors will open at 11 a.m....

  • The Sportsman's Corner

    RICHARD TATE, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    With heavy rains blowing out my favorite local streams for much of the spring, I've gotten little fly-fishing in. For a while, though, several spots on the BFO River remained fishable. One drizzly afternoon before the BFO was blown out, too, I'd hiked to the top of a pool where I'd been having some success. I'd just sat down on a log to wait for some flies to hatch when I heard voices: two guys in separate one-man pontoon boats were anchored at the head of the pool. I heard the first one say,...

  • Photos Available from Photographer

    Jun 27, 2019

    Reprints of action photos shot by photographer Gary M. Baranec that have appeared in the Morrisons Cove Herald are available by contacting him via email at garybaranecphoto@gmail.com....

  • Blair Remembers Fallen Officers

    Jill Brubaker Reigh, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    "Always hug your family before you leave for your shift." That was advice given by Tim Rutledge, guest speaker at the 28th annual Blair County Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service in front of the county courthouse, to law enforcement officers in attendance. Officer Rutledge, who served 30 years in law enforcement, including with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, and founder of Law Enforcement Alliance for Peer Support (LEAPS), recognized all law enforcement spouses in attendance,...

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    Roseann Zimmerman, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    Being shackled with velvet chains to my garden doesn't hurt. In fact, usually I never think about being bound. But last week I remembered. Instead of chains, however, which would never budge, I thought of them as rubber bands. They stretched and let me go when I moved away from my gardens, but since they were still around my ankles and even my heart, I bounced back again, hopelessly and willingly fettered. On Monday I picked shell peas and got soaked by the dripping plants. I picked sugar peas and strawberries and cut heads of cauliflower and...

  • Treasures Abound in Hollidaysburg for Area Art Lovers

    Jill Brubaker Reigh, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    The second annual Hollidaysburg Art Walk, sponsored by the Hollidaysburg Area Arts Council (HAAC), featured eight treasures within a short walking distance of the historic Diamond district. The Art Walk included 321 Art Gallery, the Mimosa Courtyard Inn B&B, Maker Studio, Railroad City Brewing Co., Brenner Insurance, Community Mural, Pat and Pam Baechle's Gardens and the Blair County Courthouse. At 321 Art Gallery, featured artist Evgeny "Zheka" Krayushkin described his carvings, paintings and s...

  • Not Your Typical Church Lady

    Kelly Baker, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    "Lefty-loosie, righty-tightey." "A pint a pound the world around." These are little concise sayings we commit to memory to help us remember things. They illustrate a truth. This is what a proverb is. In the Bible, there is a whole book of Proverbs – sayings of the wise which are spiritually practical and show us how to behave as a good human being. They cover a wide scope of situations. There are 31 chapters in the book of Proverbs, which means that you can read one for each day of the month. O...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    In Acts Chapter 2, on the Day of Pentecost, Peter preached to a crowd of people. Many of them came under conviction, repented of their sinful lives and turned to God, through Jesus Christ for forgiveness. On that day some 3,000 people were saved and added to or actually began the Church. We have been looking at Acts Chapter 17 this week and last and we find Paul preaching. One named man, one named woman, and a few others came under conviction, repented of their sinful lives and turned to God,...

  • Pastor Receives the Prestigious Rev. Walden M. Holl Award

    Margaret Steinfurth, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    During the Allegheny Lutheran Synod Assembly of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America held in Altoona in June, Pastor Ed Harshbarger was presented with the prestigious Rev. Walden M. Holl Award. This award is given to a recipient who demonstrates an outstanding commitment and concern for those whom he or she serves, shows by creative action and sincere attitude "love, mercy and compassion for others," demonstrates personal integrity and Christian service in all phases of life and...

  • Legion Celebrates One Hundred Years of Service

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    For one hundred years old, the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary are aging quite well. The organization was chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veteran's organization focusing on service to veterans, service members and communities. Evolving from a group of war-weary veterans of World War I, the legion has grown into one of the most influential nonprofit groups in the United States with membership standing at over 2 million and 13,000 posts worldwide, according...

  • Two W-burg FFA Members Place in Top 10 at State Event

    Jun 27, 2019

    Four members of the Williamsburg FFA Chapter represented the school at the Pennsylvania FFA State Activities Week June 11-13 at the Pennsylvania State University. Senior Vannika Rice was recognized on stage on June 11 as the state proficiency winner in Agricultural Processing for her work experience on the family's dairy farm and cheese operation. Rice's application will be submitted to the National FFA Organization for competition at the national level later this year. After competing in their...

  • Elementary Teacher Furloughed At W-burg Schools

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    To be in compliance of Section 1124.2 of the Pennsylvania Public School Code of 1949, the Williamsburg Community School Board approved during last Tuesday evening’s regular meeting the elimination of one kindergarten classroom. This resulted in the elimination of one position at the elementary school, and effective as of the end of 2018-19 school year, Jessica Reese is relieved of her duties. In other business, Chelsey Rhodes’ letter of resignation as junior high girls’ basketball head coach was accepted along with the appointment of Angel...

  • Catharine Twp. Addresses Paying for Paving Problem

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    “Some are in bad shape, others are getting worse – where is the money to fund them?” Roadmaster Michael Fay asked Catharine Township Supervisors during last Thursday evening’s regular meeting. Fay cited Cross Valley, Polecat Hollow, Etna Furnace, Chestnut and Home Street as the top five roads in the township which are in the worst shape. The supervisors suggested a meeting with state Sen. Judy Ward to look for funding options. PennDOT held a meeting at the township building on Wednesday, June 19, to discuss with the public the replace...

  • Pennsylvania Finishes In the Bottom 10 On Best State Ranking

    Jun 27, 2019

    Pennsylvania was ranked the 41st best state in the nation, based on criteria such as health care, public education and economic growth, according to a new analysis by U.S. News. The ranking included more than 70 metrics aimed at measuring how well states are working on behalf of their residents, according to U.S. News. Weighted most heavily in the analysis was health care quality, access and affordability, followed by the performance of their K-12 schools and higher education systems. Pennsylvania ranked 21st among the states on health care,...

  • 'J4' Activities at Morrisons Cove Memorial Park

    Jun 27, 2019

    Monday, July 1 – Annual Wing Fest @ 5 to 7 p.m. Garden Tractor Pull @ 6 to 9 p.m. Musical Entertainment: Back in the Day @ 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Little Miss Morrisons Cove Pageant @ 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 2 – Parade @ 6 p.m. Musical Entertainment: SharpTones @ 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 3 – Teen Dance Musical Entertainment: Bone Jacked @ 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Fireworks Show @ 10 p.m. Thursday, July 4 – Fourth of July Specials Cove Idol Friday, July 5 – Musical Entertainment: Josh Gallagher @ 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 6 – Indoor Craft Show @ 5 to...

  • Three Central Cove FFA Members Earn Gold Medals

    Jun 27, 2019

    Six members of the Central Cove FFA Chapter recently took part in a variety of competitions at the 90th State Convention of the PA FFA Association held June 11-13. More than 1,400 members from across the state took part in the three-day event held at the Pennsylvania State University. Three of the six members placed in the top three of their competitions. All three earned gold-medal recognition. Katheryn Longenecker, daughter of Doug and Yvette Longenecker of Williamsburg, placed first and...

  • Northern Bedford FFA Team Places Second at States

    Jun 27, 2019

    The Northern Bedford FFA Milk Quality and Products team placed second in the PA State FFA Career Development Event held during FFA Activities Week, June 11-13, at the Pennsylvania State University. The team will now represent the Pennsylvania FFA at the Eastern Regional FFA competition held in September at the Big E in Massachusetts. Team members are Brooke Gochnour, Mary Stenning, Alaina Stuckey and Meghan Detwiler. Gochnour placed third individually overall and received a Gold recognition. She...

  • Medical Home for Special Children, Adults Opens in Belleville

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    The new Central Pennsylvania Clinic – A Medical Home for Special Children and Adults – in Belleville, Mifflin County, opened for business in May. Dedication of the new clinic building took place on Friday, May 17. Dr. Holmes Morton made a generous donation of $10,000 to the construction fund for the purchase of black walnut and white ash logs. The logs were cut by David's Saw Mill to build cabinets, furniture, shelves, and doors in the new clinic building. The logs were bought as a reminder of a...


    Jun 27, 2019

    Harassment James Cox, 22, and Amanda Lee, 28, both of Claysburg, have been charged with harassment. State Police, Bedford, were called to a domestic incident along Walter Hollow Road, Kimmel Township, on June 14. Police said the pair were involved in a verbal argument over custody of their child. The argument turned physical when they pushed each other. DUI State Police, Hollidaysburg, have charged Jeffrey Gates, 57, of Claysburg, with driving under the influence following a motor-vehicle crash...

  • Woodbury Seeks Permit Officer

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    Woodbury Borough Council met on June 3 at the Woodbury Area Community Center. The building permit officer position remains vacant. Vice President Shawn Claycomb will temporarily hold this position until it is filled. The majority inspector position remains vacant and will need to be filled before the November election. Mayor Dave Chesney said that some issues with the grass cutting ordinance and grass growing too long without cutting have been resolved. Chesney said a ditch located beside Barkman Oil needs to have a bigger pipe. The mayor said...

  • Growing Older and Other Blessings

    Linda Williams, Correspondent|Jun 27, 2019

    My grandmother on my father's side was Viola Amanda Amick. Viola and Amanda are each beautiful names but they called my grandmother "Ole," pronounced "O Lee." I never could quite understand why they turned pretty names into something so harsh sounding. I just called her "Grandma". As a child, my parents often told me I took after her. It's probably true. With a German name like Amick, I think Grandma was pretty stubborn. Me? Well, let's just leave it at that. I have her pug nose, round face, and...

  • Good Sportsmenship

    Jun 27, 2019

    Following the Minor League Division championship game on June 21 in Martinsburg, members of the Metzler Bros. Transport team presented cupcakes to members of the winning team, Keith Electrical Services. Above, Colby Gojmerac (left) of Metzlers Bros. Transportation talks with Brooks Decker of Keith Electrical Services....

  • Park's Annual 'J4' Celebration to Run July 1 through July 6

    Jun 27, 2019

    Morrisons Cove Memorial Park's six-day "J4" celebration will kick off Monday, July 1, and continue through Saturday, July 6, in Martinsburg. The park has a full slate of events scheduled for its Fourth of July celebration. Highlights of the week will include the Little Miss Morrisons Cove Pageant on July 1, the agricultural parade on July 2, fireworks shows on July 3 and July 6 and musical entertainment by Nashville recording star Josh Gallagher on July 5. Concessions will be open from 6 to 10 p... Full story

  • Notice: Herald to Publish on Friday, July 5

    Jun 27, 2019

    With the July 4 holiday falling on a Thursday this year, the Morrisons Cove Herald will be publishing on Friday, July 5. Local subscribers will receive their Herald in the mail on July 5. The Herald will also be available at newsstands that day. Web content will also be updated on July 5. Community Days Yard Sale Notice Due to insurance company requirements, the Herald cannot permit yard sale booths to be set up on Herald property. The Herald apologizes for this inconvenience. Note that the Herald’s property includes the building and the g... Full story

  • Notice: Herald Community Yard Sale Property Policy

    Jun 27, 2019

    Due to insurance company requirements, the Herald cannot permit yard sale booths to be set up on Herald property. The Herald apologizes for this inconvenience. Note that the Herald’s property includes the building and the grassy lot next to the Herald building extending from the sidewalk beside the Herald building over to the noticeable dip in the grassy area. The area from the dip to Julian Street is owned by another Martinsburg resident. Any booth that is set up on Herald property will have to be removed. The Herald is not responsible for a... Full story

  • Ag Parade to Honor Burkets, Mingles

    Jun 27, 2019

    Burket Falls Farm in East Freedom and the Mingle family – Donald and son Doug and his wife, Jo Ellen, – of Roaring Spring True Value will be recognized during Martinsburg's annual agricultural parade on Tuesday, July 2. The Agricultural Parade Committee has named Burket Falls Farm as the parade honoree. The committee has named the Mingle family as the parade marshals. Rain or shine, the parade will get underway at 6 p.m. along Cross Cove Road and disband in front of Morrisons Cove Memorial Par...

  • The Herald's Opinion about Criticism of J4 on Social Media

    Jun 27, 2019

    The Herald has an opinion about criticism of the J4 event being posted on social media. Check the Opinion Section for the column by Rick Boston called "Embrace the Changes to this Year’s J4 Celebration."...

  • Martinsburg Adopts Fireworks Ordinance - In Effect for July 4

    Jun 27, 2019

    Martinsburg Borough residents who discharge consumer fireworks will now have to abide by a new ordinance. In order to protect life and property, Martinsburg Borough Council on Monday night, June 24, adopted an ordinance regulating the display and discharge of consumer fireworks within the borough. The ordinance, which is in effect immediately, is in conformity with state law, specifically the Pennsylvania Fireworks Law. The ordinance says the discharge of consumer fireworks shall be permitted...

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