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Cindy Lucille Crane

Cindy Lucille Crane 1956-2024 Cindy Lucille Crane, age 67, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 at her home. Born August 26, 1956 in Hagerstown, Md., she was the daughter of the late Edward Wilson and Carletta Jane Huff Godlove. She graduated from Hagerstown High[Read More…]

Gary Lee Waugh

Gary Lee Waugh 1964-2024 Gary Lee Waugh, age 59, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., died on Sunday, February 11, 2024 at Winchester Medical Center. Born December 29, 1964 in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., he was the son of Lewis Richard Waugh, Sr. of Berkeley Springs and the late Ilean Cordelia “Todd” Waugh.[Read More…]

Lady Panthers fall to Faith & Hundred

The Hancock girls varsity basketball team came out of a busy week on the court with two close losses, falling to Faith Christian Academy on Thursday, February 8, 38-35 and then to the Hundred Hornets on Saturday, February 10, 43-38. Senior Skylar Smith was the top scorer against Faith Christian,[Read More…]

Panther boys add win against Faith Christian

Hancock’s boys basketball team clawed their way to a last-quarter win against Faith Christian Academy on Friday, February 9, 59-58. The Panthers were ahead 30-28 after the second quarter, but were nearly overcome by the Falcons as they outshot Hancock in the third quarter. But the Panther boys roared back[Read More…]

Hancock Police Report

Hancock Police report the following arrests and incidents from the week of February 5-11: February 5 Disabled vehicle, 100 block Limestone Road. Tractor-trailer stuck on roadway. Tractor-trailer sent in safe direction. Parking enforcement, Hancock area. Warnings on all vehicles parked wrong direction along the street. Service to advise, Hancock area.[Read More…]

Off 70 studio features installations, public event

Off 70, an art studio and exhibit space in downtown Hancock, opens 2024 with a new collaborative installation in its front windows with a welcome event on Saturday, February 17 from 12 noon to 2 p.m. The space at 39 West Main Street features works on paper and silk by[Read More…]