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Teach-in answers community questions on police reform

July 10, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "In these very troubled times, where the stakes seem so high and you’re dealing with a topic as complex as police reform is, we do our best to discuss this topic with a variety of... more »»

'No mask, no service': Shepherdstown Farmers Market to relocate to regular summer location for trial period

July 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Over the last couple of months, the Shepherdstown Farmers Market has operated under state-mandated social distancing regulations out of Shepherd University's White Hall parking lot,... more »»

Music at Morgan’s Grove

July 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Sam Jonatta, right, and his wife, Lisa Lafferty, of Shepherdstown, perform original songs in the Morgan's Grove Park pavilion on Friday night. more »»

Five local writers honored in annual contest

June 26, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- West Virginia Writers, Inc., has named five local residents as winners in its 2020 writing contest. The organization is the largest state-wide writing organization in West Virgin. more »»

A new page: Executive director hired to lead SAIL into the future

June 26, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For many years, Shepherdstown Area Independent Living, Inc. more »»

Delegate holds Town Hall at Morgan’s Grove Park

June 19, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- After several postponements due to COVID-19 restrictions, Delegate John Doyle held his legislative session wrap-up meeting on June 11 at Morgan’s Grove Par. more »»

'Enough is enough': Black Lives Matter Vigil remembers those lost to racism

June 19, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- About 120 community members gathered together in the pavilion at Morgan's Grove Park on Friday night to participate in a Black Lives Matter Vigil. more »»

Black Lives Matter: Rally draws support from over 200 concerned community members

June 12, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Over 200 people from around the Eastern Panhandle gathered together in front of The Wall, which surrounds McMurran Hall's lawn, to participate in a Black Lives Matter rally. more »»

Ahead of the panel: Solar Holler installers, electricians to unionize

June 12, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On June 2, Solar Holler announced that it has decided to work together with the the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers to unionize its solar panel installers and... more »»

Shepherdstown Daycare reopens and celebrates

June 5, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown Day Care reopened its doors on Monday, welcoming back its students, following a multiple-week closure in accordance with COVID-19-related state guidelines. more »»

Buzzing in the blossoms

June 5, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Bees collect pollen from the flowers lining the streets of downtown Shepherdstown on Friday afternoon. more »»

Goodbye, Penny Lane: Local store to close its German Street brick-and-mortar location

May 29, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On May 31, Penny Lane Emporium will close its doors, at 116 East German Street, for the last time. more »»

Library announces four-phase reopening plan, summer reading program

May 22, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- This week, the Shepherdstown Public Library entered its ninth week of being closed, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as Gov. more »»

Shepherdstown Connect: CATF to feature local businesses in virtual tours

May 22, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Since the Contemporary American Theater Festival announced its decision to reschedule its 30th anniversary celebration and season to July 2021, its staff and board members have been... more »»

'We Got This'

May 15, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Friday afternoon, a house in Shepherdstown along Martinsburg Pike displayed a sign in their fence made out of colorful plastic cups to encourage passersby during the COVID-19... more »»

CATF Unmuted: Virtual event to tempt audience with taste of 2021 season repertory

May 15, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- After having to announce the rescheduling of its 30th anniversary season from July 2020 to 2021 last month, the Contemporary American Theater Festival began to think of ways it coul... more »»

Back to baking: Pressed Flour re-opens in time for Mother's Day

May 8, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- This Sunday, families across the United States will be celebrating Mother's Day within the parameters of COVID-19 pandemic social distancing measures. While this "new normal," as Gov. more »»

Making a difference: Local couple turns business into community outreach

May 8, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- In the year that Honor and Jay Thomas have spent in the local business community, they have already begun to make an impact. more »»

 
 
 

 

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