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The Humble Honey: Artist collective to open its doors on Black Friday

November 29, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- While many people are shopping online or rushing off to big-box stores for today's Black Friday deals, they may also want to check out Shepherdstown's newest business for some great... more »»

'In the Amber Chamber': Scarborough Society Lecture presents book by Shepherd University professor

November 29, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Today, Carrie Messenger is an associate professor of English at Shepherd University and published author. more »»

Four SCC board members resign after heated meeting

November 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Tempers flared during the Shepherdstown Community Club's annual membership meeting on Nov. more »»

40 years of jamming: O'Hurley's General Store celebrates musical anniversary

November 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- When Jay O'Hurley took over his father's general store 40 years ago, he knew he wanted the business to preserve elements of American history. more »»

Storyteller explains how 'Growing Up is a Full-Time Job'

November 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Storyteller Bob Harley's return Speak Story Series performance drew a crowd, who filled Reynolds Hall on Nov. 12 to hear his stories of how "Growing Up is a Full-Time Job. more »»

Deer hunting season

November 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A herd of deer graze in a yard in the Willowdale subdivision along Shepherd Grade Road on Friday afternoon. more »»

Lifelong Learning offers free group trips to Washington, D.C., attractions

November 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Learning can be accomplished through many methods, including by reading and attending lectures. But for those who want an immersive learning experience, the Visit D.C. more »»

Christian Caine celebrates 30 years

November 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Christian Caine owner and head designer Christopher Rankin inspects a ring handed to him by long-time customer Kathy Yost, of Berkeley Springs. more »»

Spiro Agnew: A forgotten influence on modern politicians discussed at book signing

November 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For many years, the legacy of Richard Nixon's vice president, Spiro Agnew, was forgotten, due to Agnew being found guilty of accepting bribes while in office. more »»

Robin Young celebrates return to Shepherdstown with art show

November 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For Robin Young, leaving Shepherdstown 13 years ago was a difficult decision. more »»

'Handeled' in a different way: 'Messiah' to take Baroque approach on Saturday

November 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For many people, Georg Frideric Handel's "Messiah" inspires feelings of holiday cheer and memories of Christmas-time church services, since many of the piece's movements are sung by... more »»

Local children celebrate spooky season with Halloween Parade

November 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Dragons, werewolves and princesses danced across the sidewalks lining German Street on Oct. more »»

Learning to listen: Event launches second annual Shepherd Speaks StoryCorps Project

November 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For the second year in a row, Shepherd University has launched the Shepherd Speaks StoryCorps Projec. more »»

Open house features Tabler Farm updates, first-year produce

November 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Tabler Farm held its second annual open house on Saturday, welcoming community members to come see its progress in the two years since its founding, and to take home some organic... more »»

Professor talks about the 'Worst President Ever' in American history

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Who was the "Worst President Ever?" While historians regularly vote in polls asking this question, according to Gettysburg College Professor of History Michael Birkner, the answer t... more »»

A boo-tiful night: Annual Vampire Ball raises funds for Shepherdstown Community Club

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As costumed community members stepped into the War Memorial Building on Friday night, they were the first people in town to see the Haunted Hallway on the first floor of the building. more »»

Club, community plant 16 trees in Elmwood Cemetery

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Forty-five community and Shepherdstown Rotary Club members participated in the Second Annual Rotary Tree Planting Project at Elmwood Cemetery on Saturday morning. more »»

Halloween Children's Read-a-thon celebrates literacy

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As mermaids and ghostbusters began roaming along King Street for the annual BooFest events on Saturday morning, a number of them decided to begin the weekend off right, by... more »»

BooFest fun

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- From left, four-year-old Liam Everhardt, six-year-old Amy Shankle and three-year-old Morgan Everhardt make spiders out of cardboard and pipe cleaners at the BooFest craft table on... more »»

President's Lecture questions modern 'Social, Economic and Security Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution'

October 25, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The second President's Lecture of the semester focused on the “Social, Economic and Security Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution” in the Robert C. Byrd Center on Oct. 15. more »»



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