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Building Begins: New residential development now underway downtown

November 10, 2017 A new walkable residential neighborhood called Sage Place Commons is now being developed in a sought-after location a few blocks from downtown Shepherdstown. more »»

Commission considers land development proposal

November 10, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — Last Thursday the Jefferson County Commission heard a zoning map amendment put forth by Paul Raco on behalf of Christopher Rankin, owner of Christian Caine jewelers and Rankin... more »»

Jones to retire as sheriff office’s chief of staff

November 10, 2017 KEARNEYSVILLE — On Dec. 21, the career Jesse Jones, which began Jan. 15, 1985, will come to a close. more »»

Shepherd celebrates new major with inaugural play

November 3, 2017 Although the hustle and bustle of the Contemporary American Theater Festival died down months ago, theater buzz at Shepherd University has remained. more »»

‘Keto Clarity’ author coming to Clarion Hotel

November 3, 2017 As the season of candy is upon us, followed closely by the seasons of pumpkin pie and cookies, best-selling weight loss author Jimmy Moore will be coming to the Clarion. On Thursday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m. more »»

Who Ya Gonna Call?

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Fall tradition continues at fire department

November 3, 2017 Early Saturday morning, members of the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Department were joined by community volunteers to continue cooking apple butter at 28th annual Apple Butter Festival. more »»

Debate over plaque lingers

November 3, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — The debate over a plaque placed on the wall of the Jefferson County Courthouse in 1986 continued Thursday at the meeting of the Jefferson County Commission. more »»

Health ‘Yoda’ to visit area for free seminar

November 3, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — It is a privilege to host Dr. Phil Maffetone as he returns to West Virginia today at 6:30 p.m. at Charles Washington Hall as we continue our mission to create a healthy community. Dr. more »»

Local churches ponder Reformation anniversary

November 3, 2017 Reformation Day reinforces Christianity’s mission of unity, a Shepherdstown minister said regarding the Protestant Reformation’s 500th anniversary on Tuesday. more »»

BooFest 2017

November 3, 2017 BooFest 2017... more »»

Area seniors try new touch screen voting machine

October 27, 2017 Shepherdstown Area Independent Living (SAIL) welcomed Chris Kinsella from the Jefferson County League of Women Voters and Nikki Painter, Chief Deputy Clerk, Voter and Elections of Jefferson County... more »»

Suicide prevention is possible — with awareness

October 27, 2017 Suicide. It’s a scary word, difficult to talk about and on the rise. However, with National Mental Health Awareness month upon us, the conversation is critical and potentially life-saving. more »»

County park system recognized by state

October 27, 2017 DAVIS — Jefferson County Parks and Recreation was the recipient of two different awards at last week’s West Virginia Recreation and Parks Association conference held at the Canaan Valley Resort and... more »»

New Street UMC to celebrate Homecoming

October 27, 2017 New Street United Methodist Church will celebrate its Homecoming this Sunday with a special service and a luncheon to follow. more »»

Lynch times 2 inducted to Hall of Fame

October 27, 2017 SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — As Jefferson High School’s Cougar Marching Band took the field to compete at the West Virginia Marching Invitational in Charleston last Saturday, the group was excited to once... more »»

Sewage plant shows issues in serving community

October 27, 2017 Frank Welch is a paradox of municipal public works. He knows firsthand about having water and sewer services — and not having them. It’s both professional and personal for him. more »»

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 »»



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