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A library we love. How does it work?

December 26, 2014 The public library in the middle of King street is bigger than it looks. "The reason we're still successful is that we have a courier," explained library director, Hali Taylor. more »»

Beyond Comics comes to Shepherdstown

December 26, 2014 Beyond Comics, a regional chain of comic book and gaming stores, will celebrate an official grand opening in Shepherdstown in the coming weeks. more »»

Santa and friends share lunch

December 26, 2014 For 20 years, the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation has welcomed children to enjoy Lunch with Sant. more »»

JHS winter concert held

December 19, 2014 Jefferson High School welcomed parents and guests to the annual Winter Concert Tuesday evening. more »»

Shoe and Coat fund final numbers are in

December 19, 2014 The final numbers for the Jefferson High School Air Force Junior ROTC Shoe and Coat fund are in. The total amount collected for the Shoe and Coat Fund was $11,033.70. more »»

Vespers offer respite from seasonal frenzy

December 19, 2014 Just when seasonal preparations for Christmas reach their most frenzied pace, historic Christ Reformed Church, Shepherdstown, lifts up a devotional tradition to restore calm and the Christian... more »»

Yellow Brick Bank to close doors at year's end

December 19, 2014 After being known in the Shepherdstown community for 38 years, the Yellow Brick Bank restaurant is saying goodby. more »»

Calendar of Events Dec. 19

December 19, 2014 SHEPHERDSTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY Monday, Dec. 15 through Tuesday, Dec. 23: The Library is offering amnesty for all preexisting overdue fines! Just call 304-876-2783 or visit us at 100 E. German S. more »»

Holiday parades march into Charles Town and Harpers Ferry

December 19, 2014 Charles Town and Harpers Ferry were the locations for weekend holiday parades heading into the Christmas holidays. more »»

General Eye-Witnesses and Storytellers

December 19, 2014 Have you ever seen a ghost or had an eerie encounter with a spirit from another realm? We want to hear your story! MAK Pictures is developing a new TV Show featuring the most haunted town in... more »»

Hale selected

December 19, 2014 2Lt Donald Bret Hale, USAF, formerly of Harpers Ferry and a graduate of Jefferson High School and Shepherd University recently received his Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering. more »»

Art will meet science during spring 2015 digital fabrication class at Shepherd

December 19, 2014 A group of students at Shepherd University will learn the art of science and the science of art during the spring 2015 semester in a new digital fabrication class. more »»

Shepherd offers opportunity to play in Tuba Christmas concert

December 19, 2014 About 40 musicians from West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio are expected to participate in the annual Shepherdstown TubaChristmas organized by several Shepherd University... more »»


December 19, 2014 The correct physical address for Urban Easel at studio, featured in a story from Dec 5, is 8354 Martinsburg Pike. Brandi's last name in the article should be spelled."Meade. more »»

Birth Announcement

December 19, 2014 Erica and Frank Dunn, of Ranson, welcomed their daughter, Annie Lee at 2:46 a.m. Dec. 1, 2014 at Jefferson Medical Center. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19inches long. more »»

Pressed Flour is Finding a Home

December 19, 2014 Alisha Hanlin wants to cook up “good mojo,” with a Pressed Flour bakery storefront location. more »»

CAR Group Comes to Town

December 19, 2014 A new chapter of the National Society Children of the American Revolution, (CAR) has come to the Eastern Panhandle. In a special event held last Saturday, De. more »»

Star Wars has landed

December 19, 2014 Six Star Wars characters greeted movie goers at the Opera House. They helped the Marines collect Toys 4 Tots for several hours. more »»

Drug Court hosts second mentor dinner

December 12, 2014 The Eastern Panhandle Juvenile Drug Court hosted their second annual Mentor Dinner on Dec. 4 at Paul's Restaurant in Charles Town. more »»

Shepherdstown Rotarians donate $2,000 for disaster relief

December 12, 2014 Shepherdstown Rotarians have donated $2,000 to ShelterBox, an international disaster relief agency. more »»



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