charles town: Charles Town's AMU is Tops - 12/08/08 05:00 AM
American Military University (AMU), an accredited online university located in Charles Town WV, has been named one of the Top 20 Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities in America in 2008 by Military Advanced Education (MAE).  MAE made this determination by evaluating each school's significance in military education, including number of military contracts, number of military students served, financial aid and scholarship programs available and more "military-friendly" qualities.  Founded in 1991 by a former Marine Corps officer to address the educational needs of the very mobile military, AMU was one of the first online universities.  Its educational system is only one of many great reasons to consider living … (0 comments)

charles town: Harpers Ferry & Martinsburg Named Preserve America Areas - 11/17/08 03:02 AM
Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg, West Virginia are the latest cities to be designated as Preserve America areas.  They join Charles Town as the only other West Viriginia city to be named such since the program's inception in 2003.  Preserve America is an Administrative initiative that was created to help preserve our country's culture and heritage.  The First Lady, Laura Bush, is Honorary Chair of Preserve America.  This prestigious designation means that Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg are eligible to receive federal grants that were previously unavailable to them to help the cities with their dedication to preserving both their natural and cultural history.
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