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Bridging Gaps: ‘Multi-faith’ dialogue promises to build relationships, dispel fear

October 20, 2017 In a world made topsy-turvy by war, terrorism, fear and hatred, there are some within our community and region looking to create healin. more »»

‘Out of the Darkness’ walk raises awareness

October 20, 2017 Meagan Rodriguez lost her fiance to suicide nine years ago. Three months after she married her current husband, her mother-in-law took her own life. more »»

State senators look forward

October 20, 2017 It was a tale of two senators at Shepherd University’s research forum held Monday, with Sen. Joe Manchin, D-WVa., addressing the country’s opioid crisis, while Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W. more »»

Homeland security director planning for retirement

October 20, 2017 KEARNEYSVILLE — After 15 years, Jefferson County’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director is planning to step down. more »»

SAFER grant goes to work for firefighters

October 20, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — Can you stand the heat? So asks the advertising promotion recruiting volunteer firefighters within Jefferson County. more »»

Arts collaborative group offers guidance to county

October 20, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — A partnership between The Creative Council of the C*Town Arts and Culture District and the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation department brought the Create Your State tour to... more »»

Survivor Stories: Local woman shares journey from diagnosis to reconstruction

October 13, 2017 To look at Amy Childers, you wouldn’t assume this petite, artsy wife, mother and resident of what she describes as “hipster Mayberry” has a lot of fight to he. more »»

Council approves Christmas celebration

October 13, 2017 As the monthly meeting of the Corporation of Shepherdstown Town Council commenced Tuesday evening, many items padded the agenda. more »»

Town to resume glass recycling in spring

October 13, 2017 Shepherdstown maintains its commitment to good environmental practices by reinstating a glass recycling program. more »»

Woodshedders return to Opera House Live

October 13, 2017 The Woodshedders return to the stage of the Shepherdstown Opera House tonight. more »»

Local student to jazz it up in Disney

October 13, 2017 SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson High School senior Matt Holmes will be on his way to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, to serve as the sole bass player in the National Association for Music... more »»

Fundraiser nets more than $3K for library

October 13, 2017 Over the years, the “Left of the Bank” fundraiser has done its part in generating monies for the Shepherdstown Public Library. This year’s event was no exceptio. more »»

Sharing a Legacy

October 13, 2017 more »»

#StopSuicide: Annual ‘Out of the Darkness’ walk to raise awareness for suicide prevention

October 6, 2017 Support, awareness, education and encouragement are some of the reasons people will participate in the Out of Darkness suicide and prevention walk taking place on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. more »»

‘Legendary’ book sale to kick off Thursday

October 6, 2017 As community events go, the Shepherdstown Community Club’s annual book sale is legendry. Part of the reason for that legendary status is due to the massive quantity of books donated. more »»

‘Looking’ exhibit examines ‘Appalachia’

October 6, 2017 Roger May is often soft spoken man and not the type of person you would see starting a visual movement to make change. more »»

Program looks to ‘nourish’ literacy through meals

October 6, 2017 The Shepherdstown Public Library is partnering with members of the community who wish to support the library on a monthly basis through an ongoing, sustainable system called the Nourishing Literacy... more »»

Forum discusses opioid epidemic

October 6, 2017 HARPERS FERRY — In an effort to get people talking and sharing ideas, a Harpers Ferry group, In Pursuit of Happiness, hosted a deliberative dialogue open forum on the issue of the opioid epidemic... more »»

Author talks homelessness, education

October 6, 2017 As New York Times Bestselling author Liz Murray took the stage for the Shepherd University Common Reading Program, it was difficult to see her as anything but successful and educated. more »»

Area woman among Las Vegas shooting victims

October 6, 2017 MARTINSBURG — Denise Salmon Burditus, 50, of Martinsburg, was killed Sunday when a man opened fire on the audience of an outdoor country music concert in Las Vegas. more »»

 
 
 

 

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