HEARTSafe Committee oversees installation of publicly accessible AED on Chancery Street
The Buckhannon HEARTSafe Committee has installed one of three AEDs on Chancery Street between the Upshur County Courthouse and Upshur County Courthouse Annex. Two more will be installed throughout the City of Buckhannon, including one in Jawbone Park and one near the restrooms of the Rivertrail. The boxes holding the AEDs have alarms, and the HEARTSafe Committee plans to offer awareness classes so residents can recognize sudden cardiac arrest and act on it.

HEARTSafe Committee oversees installation of publicly accessible AED on Chancery Street

BUCKHANNON – Buckhannon HEARTSafe Committee Chairperson Maria Potter said the American Heart Association has released statistics saying for every minute that is delayed in defibrillation…

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‘Historic Children of the Strawberry Festival’ exhibit to make its debut Tuesday
This is just one of the photos that will be on display during the Upshur County Historical Society's mini-exhibit entitled, "The Historical Children of the Strawberry Festival." The exhibit opens Tuesday at 1 p.m. at 29 W. Main St. / Photo courtesy of the Upshur County Historical Society

‘Historic Children of the Strawberry Festival’ exhibit to make its debut Tuesday

BUCKHANNON – Are you ready for a blast from the Strawberry Festival past? If so, you’re in luck because the Upshur County Historical Society is…

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Come for the festival, stay for the food
This decadent chocolate-covered strawberry cupcake is as delicious as it is eye-catching – and you can find it in downtown Buckhannon at Sweet-A-Licious ice cream shop.

Come for the festival, stay for the food

BUCKHANNON – What prompts people to travel from near and far to the famed West Virginia Strawberry Festival, which is now in its 78th year?…

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Man purchases Meadow Street home for Central W.Va. Center for Pregnancy Care in honor of his late mother, Ethel Newman
Central West Virginia Center for Pregnancy Care director Barbara Kincaid receives a deed to their new home, which was donated by Clifford Newman in honor of his mother, Ethel Newman. /Photo courtesy of Central West Virginia Center for Pregnancy Care

Man purchases Meadow Street home for Central W.Va. Center for Pregnancy Care in honor of his late mother, Ethel Newman

BUCKHANNON – The Central West Virginia Center for Pregnancy Care has lent a helping hand to those in need, touching the lives of more than…

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