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Bookin' it: FOSL Book Sale raises funds to support community literacy

May 17, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "A book worth reading is a book worth buying," according to English art critic John Ruskin. more »»

Cap and gown: 701 degrees conferred at Shepherd University's 146th commencement

May 17, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd University celebrated its 146th commencement on Saturday, conferring 640 baccalaureate degrees and 61 graduate degrees during ceremonies held in the Butcher Center and Fran... more »»

'The League of Wives': Learning the untold story of the wives of MIA, POW soldiers in Vietnam

May 10, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "The National League has always been nonpolitical, nonpartisan, but at the end of the war in 1972-1973, they started to splinter. more »»

Shepherdstown Tree City USA celebration commemorates Arbor Day, May Day

May 10, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Gathering around a Purpleleaf Plum Tree from the West Virginia Division of Forestry, community members celebrated Shepherdstown's continued designation as a Tree City USA by McMurra... more »»

16th Annual Children's Benefit Auction raises funds for local schools

May 10, 2019 SHENANDOAH JUNCTION -- On Friday night, the Shepherdstown Kiwanis Club held its 16th Annual Children's Benefit Auction at Wildwood Middle School, featuring a silent auction and a live auction led by... more »»

It's a doggy-dog world: DogFest 2019 descends on Shepherdstown

May 10, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As the Seventh Annual DogFest descended on Shepherdstown over the weekend, dogs roamed along King Street, splashing in paddle pools and snacking on gourmet treats. more »»

New Street UMC hosts Pancake Breakfast

May 3, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Left, Jefferson High School senior Jackie Speck holds her plate out for Judy Pitzer to ladle out some gravy, during New Street United Methodist Church's pancake breakfast Saturday... more »»

Vietnam vets discuss war during SAIL luncheon

May 3, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Vietnam War may have ended on April 30, 1975, but for some local residents, the memories of the war continue to this day. more »»

In full bloom: Home and Garden Tour celebrates local architecture, history

May 3, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — “When you have an old home, it’s always trick to make it livable, period,” said Heidi Ware of the Wizard Clip Garden Club, as she led a group through two rooms in the Potts House,... more »»

Easter Flower Sale raises funds for Animal Welfare Society

April 26, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Despite the hindrance of steady rain on Friday, the Animal Welfare Society volunteers and board members held fast to their goal of raising money to support their organization’s... more »»

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny draws crowd, raises funds for diabetic alert dog

April 26, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — After last year’s first annual Breakfast with the Easter Bunny proved to be a successful fundraiser for the Shepherdstown Centennial Lions Club, the event was brought back again this... more »»

Local church celebrates Easter with egg hunt, packed-out services

April 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN – The sun was shining for a familial Easter weekend at St. Agnes Catholic Church at 200 South Duke Street, where egg hunts and family traditions were in bloom. The pews of St. more »»

Students and staff near Relay for Life fundraising goal

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Students and staff joined together to inch closer to their $25,000 fundraising goal on April 5, at Shepherd University’s Relay For Life event in the Wellness Cente. more »»

Shepherdstown storefront to 'Evolve' into marketing space, antique shop

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — As Shepherdstown prepares for an increase in tourism with the arrival of warmer weather, one empty storefront is being filled with a new business along German Stree. more »»

Immigration dialogue discusses concerns with current U.S. immigration policies

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Over the last few years, United States residents have begun to question the justness and effectiveness of federal immigration policies. more »»

Read all about it: Children's author Millie Gallahan visits Shepherdstown Day Care Center

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — “If you are going to get anywhere in life you have to read a lot of books,” according to children’s author Roald Dah. more »»

Speakers share history of beer, brewing process

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — For many people, beer is merely an alcoholic beverage. more »»

Getting off on the right foot: Honor D Fine Shoes & Hats opens in Shepherdstown

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Visitors to Shepherdstown's newest apparel shop, Honor D Fine Shoes & Hats, may be pleasantly surprised with an elegant shopping experience. more »»

19th Annual Potter's Bowl raises funds for caring for elderly, infirm

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — For the 19th year in a row, Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers hosted its annual Potter’s Bowl fundraiser in Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Department on Friday evenin. more »»

The trouble with trafficking: Lecture focuses on international wildlife trafficking

April 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — As the second-to-last installment in this semester’s Criminal Justice Lecture Series, Shepherd University’s Department of Sociology and Geography welcomed Keith Toomey to talk about... more »»

 
 
 

 

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