NOTICE: The Herald office is closed to walk-in business until further notice
The Herald remains open and can be contacted via phone, email and fax
March 12, 2020
Publisher Allan J. Bassler has announced that the Herald office is closed to walk-in business.
On orders from the governor, the Herald is closing its office at 113 N. Market St., Martinsburg, to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
While newspapers are considered to be an “essential
business” under state law, the Herald’s office is considered to be a retail establishment. To be safe, we have decided to close our office to the public.
The Herald office closed to walk-in traffic ONLY at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020. All Herald services remain available, as our staff is still working.
You can still do business with the Herald, as our staff will be reporting to the office unless the commonwealth issues more stringent restrictions. We remain committed to keeping the community informed about the coronavirus.
To do business with the Herald, you can:
• Call us at (814) 793-2144
• Fax us at (814) 793-4882
• Email us at:
News, obituaries and similar: [email protected]
Advertising: [email protected]
Subscriptions: [email protected]
Please check the Herald’s website at http://www.mcheraldonline.com for important information and
updates relevant to the Morrisons Cove community.
The Herald will continue to publish a print edition and update the website throughout this public health event. We are committed to providing reliable and accurate information to the Cove community.
The office will re-open as soon as the situation is deemed to be safe by the health experts of the commonwealth.
Thank you. We will get through this together.