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New policy for recycling glass in Shepherdstown

May 4, 2017 The Corporation of Shepherdstown released a statement for a new policy about recycling glass, effective immediately. more »»

Cafe Society to continue discussion of the role of U.S. as a super-power

May 4, 2017 During its next session on Tuesday, April 25 the Cafe Society will extend its discussion from last week of the elements that make the United States a powerful force in world affairs. more »»

Migratory Bird events running through May

May 4, 2017 The Potomac Valley Audubon Society (PVAS) has put together a special series of events during May to mark the 25th annual observance of International Migratory Bird Day (IMBD. more »»

College capstone project gets fourth graders involved in art, government

May 4, 2017 A town hall meeting of sorts was held Friday at Shepherdstown Community Club in order for the delegates of Potatoworld, representing the citizens therein to declare their independence from the... more »»

Volunteer Driven: Streetfest gearing up for June

May 4, 2017 While Shepherdstown Street Fest (SFF) does not take place until June 24, organizers have been hard at work since last summer in preparation for what has become an anticipated summer event. more »»

Former Rams cheerleader makes way to NFL

May 4, 2017 Note: Guidelines from the Baltimore Ravens association require that last names of cheerleaders not be used in news publications. more »»

Produce drop volunteers needed

May 4, 2017 Shepherd University will be hosting its 10th annual Produce Drop! On Saturday, April 22 from 6:00AM to 11:00AM, 42,000 pounds of fresh white potatoes will be brought to campus, to be re-distributed... more »»

Local teen selected to perform at Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House

May 4, 2017 Alexis Hinz Morrow, a 16-year old resident of Shepherdstown and rising classical/operatic vocalist, musician and composer was selected to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City and Sydney Opera... more »»

Women for Shepherd to host wine tour and tasting

May 4, 2017 Women for Shepherd University, in conjunction with the Shepherd University Foundation, will host an evening at Big Cork Vineyards in Rohrersville, Maryland, on Wednesday, May 3, at 6 p.m. more »»

Magic show this Saturday

May 4, 2017 Trinity Treasure Kids Preschool invites the community to a Magic Show on Saturday, April 29 at 10:30 a.m.. more »»

WVU Cancer Institute, University Healthcare Cancer Program to offer discount mammograms

May 4, 2017 The WVU Cancer Institute and University Healthcare Regional Cancer Center will hold discount mammogram clinics in May at both Berkeley Medical Center in Martinsburg and Jefferson Medical Center in... more »»

Season continues with hit Off-Broadway musical

May 4, 2017 The Black Box Arts Center is thrilled to present an area premier of the hit musical, The Last Five Years. more »»

Rotary Club awards grants to promote child reading

May 4, 2017 The Shepherdstown Rotary Club has awarded three “Rotary Reads” grants totaling $1,350 to three local institutions to promote reading. more »»

Young Democrats hope to spark political interest

May 4, 2017 The Eastern Panhandle Young Democrats (EPYD) recently elected five members of the community to serve on its Executive Board. more »»

New tea shop captures 18th century atmosphere

May 4, 2017 Sharon Hedges, owner and proprietor of the newly opened Ye Olde Myst Tea House at 141 W. German St. more »»

Women for Shepherd to host wine tour and tasting

May 4, 2017 Women for Shepherd University, in conjunction with the Shepherd University Foundation, will host an evening at Big Cork Vineyards in Rohrersville, Maryland, on Wednesday, May 3, at 6 p.m. more »»

Shepherd’s guitar festival events open to the public

May 4, 2017 The third annual Shepherd University International Guitar Festival, which runs April 28-May 1, will offer several opportunities for the public to attend concerts and observe master classes. more »»

Local farmer offers solution to food waste problem

May 4, 2017 Food waste is the single largest component going into municipal landfills, quickly generating methane, also known as “greenhouse” gas. more »»

Shepherd announces commencement speakers, President’s Award recipient

May 4, 2017 Fred T. White, senior director of business development at ABS Consulting, will deliver the baccalaureate commencement address during Shepherd University’s 144th Commencement on Saturday, May 6. more »»

Audubon ‘Bird-a-thon’ set for month of May

May 4, 2017 The Potomac Valley Audubon Society (PVAS) will hold its eighth annual “Ruth Ann Dean Memorial Bird-a-thon” during the month of May. more »»

 
 
 

 

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