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‘Left of the Bank’ to use rhyme, prose to help library

September 29, 2017 Now in its 13th year, the “Left of the Bank” fundraiser has become a cultural staple in Shepherdstown. more »»

Freedom’s Run set to invade town on Saturday

September 29, 2017 For the ninth year, Saturday’s annual Freedom’s Run is bringing people from all over the world to Shepherdstown. more »»

Celebrating Heritage

September 29, 2017 The 42nd annual Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival on Sept. 23 at Sam Michael’s Park in Harpers Ferry. more »»

SAIL on ‘Village to Village’ cutting edge

September 29, 2017 Shepherdstown Area Independent Living (SAIL) hosted a gathering at Erma Ora Byrd Hall on Monday for a special webinar commemorating the 15th anniversary of the birth of the Village to Village... more »»

Planning, participation and pot luck for SCC

September 29, 2017 The Shepherdstown Community Club held an open forum meeting and free pot luck dinner on Tuesday to get ideas for breathing new life into the organization. more »»

Constitution Day speaker addresses fiscal inequality

September 29, 2017 On Sept. 17, Constitution Day was celebrated nationally and locally. The date is set for remembering and honoring one of the most important founding documents in the country’s history. more »»

Veterans group has long history, looks to future

September 28, 2017 HARPERS FERRY — The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar District Veterans saw their start in July of 1986 when Bradley Nash, then mayor of Harpers Ferry, asked local veteran Jack Albertson to form and head a... more »»

Brain Change: Practitioner uses unique therapy to bring healing

September 22, 2017 The human brain has been widely regarded as the most complex object in the known universe — the control center for our very being housed in its folds and fissures. more »»

Mountain Heritage Fest begins today

September 22, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — The annual fall Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival kicks off today as crafters from along the east coast and beyond have set up their wares under the billowing tents at Sam... more »»

Hardy: Miss America was ‘best time of my life’

September 22, 2017 ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The Miss America 2018 Pageant has come and went, having announced its winner, Miss North Dakota Cara Mund, on Sept. 10. more »»

Pages of books bring imagination to life

September 22, 2017 BOONSBORO, Md. — The Gifts Inn in Boonsboro, Maryland was selected as the location for the Hood College Alumni Art Show and the Class of 1998’s Elizabeth Goens wanted to create something special. more »»

Exercise instructor helps seniors to get moving

September 22, 2017 In the United States, falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries among older people. more »»

Cold War: Coat drive to help Pine Ridge Reservation

September 15, 2017 Shepherdstown residents are cleaning out their coat closets to help the Oglala Sioux Lakota peoples stay warm this winter. more »»

Council approves events, talks task force

September 15, 2017 During its monthly meeting on Tuesday, the Corporation of Shepherdstown Town Council addressed several event permits, including the approval of BooFest, the annual Christmas parade, Christmas in... more »»

Commissioners deny request to remove plaque

September 15, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — The Jefferson County Commission voted unanimously on Sept. 7 to leave in place a plaque honoring Confederate soldiers from Jefferson County on the courthouse wall. more »»

Rotary Club pitches in for Day of Caring

September 15, 2017 More than a dozen members of the Shepherdstown Rotary Club spent their Tuesday morning pulling weeds, sweeping and trimming brush along the Rumsey Bridge, and down into the the tow path entrance as... more »»

Citizens continue to remember 9/11

September 15, 2017 RANSON — For 16 years, individuals have gathered on Sept. 11 at 9:58 a.. more »»

Power of the Sun: Co-op offers options for solar power seekers in Jefferson County

September 8, 2017 By harnessing the power of buying in bulk, solar co-ops are on the rise, providing energy-conscious people a more affordable solar solution. more »»

First Friday Coffeehouse opens season

September 8, 2017 MARTINSBURG — When you initially walk into Trinity Orchard House for First Friday, you may think you’re in for a low-key social gathering with quiet guitars and a small cup of actual coffee. more »»

Rosies, other World War II era women, honored

September 8, 2017 HARPERS FERRY — During a nationwide commemoration Monday, four West Virginia women were honored for their service during World War I. more »»

 
 
 

 

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