The threads of history sew a man and a town together

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By Rick Hemphill

The town run in Shepherdstown meanders and winds through yards, under streets, and eventually into the majestic river dividing two proud states. Although it once provided the power for the grist and saw mills, as well as other businesses in the early years for the oldest town in West Virginia, it now quietly maintains a simple course-providing background continuity that ties each generation's past to the future.

Lot 12 Public House | Berkeley Springs, WV

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Where taste and innovation meet

By Debra Cornwell

Mezcal | A Taste of Mexico in the Heart of Martinsburg - Salud!

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The Unknown Eater

Mezcal Mexican Grill may be a recent addition to the Panhandle's restaurant scene, but there is nothing recent about the experience of its owners, or the flavor of its food. Ramon and Rita Gomez have been in the food business for twenty-seven years in various locations on the East Coast, but now call Martinsburg home.

A Wonderful New Reason to FLOC to the Mountain

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By Claire Gibson Webb

Same Delicious Taste Lovely New Location

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By Teresa Brumback

A wholesome Mom and Pop store, with a big scoop of Americana thrown in for good measure-that's the deal at Red Fox Creamery, at about the mid-way point within the Old Town mall in downtown Winchester, Virginia.

Come In As A Customer, Leave As a Friend

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Double T Homes in Berkeley Springs, WV

- Bonnie Williamson

Doing things the right way helps you maintain a good reputation and produce a quality product. Allen Truax of Double T Homes, Inc., in Berkeley Springs (WV), operates his business and his life by those words. "Reputation is everything," he believes.

The Purple Iris

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Banquets, Weddings, & A Top-Notch Restaurant

By Debra Cornwell

Royalicious Bagel Bakery New York City Eats Arrive in the Panhandle

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The Unknown Eater

When Frank Sinatra sang "New York, New York," he encouraged attentive listeners to start "spreading the news." Well, at Royalicious Bagel Bakery in Charles Town, start spreading the cream cheese! This café/deli/bakery, which has only been open a few months, at 126 Patrick Way in the Walmart plaza, has brought a taste of New York City to the area.

Eastern Panhanlde Beekeepers Association

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Things To Do

By Rick Hemphill

A beehive is an unimpressive structure. Rising less than four feet, its squat linear design stands in stark contrast to the gentle curves of the natural environment that is so dependent upon the efforts of the sixty thousand or so inhabitants. Gently and quickly, a beekeeper in a white protective full-body suit, which more closely resembles a visiting alien, raises the cover to inspect the contents and marvel at the efforts of the all-female work crew—working steadily to create honey, store pollen, and most importantly, raise more bees.

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