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  • M-burg, Curryville Cooperate to Improve Customer Water Quality

    Dec 22, 2022

    At least 63 Curryville municipal water supply customers will soon be getting their water from the Martinsburg Municipal Authority's system. After years of planning and discussions, 7,500 feet of eight-inch PVC waterline is being built along State Route 866 between Martinsburg and Curryville. When completed, the line will connect Curryville's water system to the Martinsburg Authority's water system, supplying treated water to Curryville. North Woodbury Township will also benefit from the...

  • CORE, Nason Suggest Giving Gift Of Life This Holiday Season

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Dec 22, 2022

    While the month of April is designated as National Donate Life month, a time to shine the spotlight on the need for organ donors and celebrate the success stories of organ donation recipients, raising awareness about organ donations is a year-round job. As Christmas approaches, the Center for Organ Recovery (CORE) and Conemaugh Nason Medical Center in Roaring Spring are asking people to add the gift of life to their holiday shopping list. "Christmas is the time of year we are all in the giving...

  • SCMS Collects More Than 1,000 Donations

    Dec 22, 2022

    The Spring Cove Education Association (SCEA) would like to bring you updates of some of the many positive events that are taking place within our school district with which teachers are involved. In order to do so, we would like to sponsor this periodic article in The Morrison's Cove Herald in order to help you to be aware of these positive events. This column is sponsored by the SCEA. At Spring Cove Middle School (SCMS), teachers helped the homerooms to compete to make donations to a local...

  • More Americans Will Be Away From Home For The Holidays

    Dec 22, 2022

    ‘Tis the season to travel. AAA estimates 112.7 million people will journey 50 miles or more away from home from December 23 to January 2. That’s an increase of 3.6 million people over last year and closing in on pre-pandemic numbers. 2022 is expected to be the third-busiest year for holiday travel since AAA began tracking in 2000. “With Christmas Day and New Year’s Day both falling on Sunday this year, more Americans are planning to travel to take advantage of those long holiday weekends,” said Bevi Powell, senior vice president, AAA...