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SAIL discusses membership benefits at meeting

May 4, 2018 Shepherdstown Area Independent Living hosted a meeting April 25 to share coffee, snacks and information about its membership, volunteer opportunities and upcoming Founders Dinner. more »»

Black Box Arts play honors life of famous local poet

May 4, 2018 Fairies flitted across Black Box Arts Center’s stage as Danske Dandridge, played by Ardyth Gilbertson, clasped hands with them and danced to a lilting song based on her poem, “The Fairy Camp. more »»

Jefferson Medical Center celebrates volunteers

May 2, 2018 To celebrate National Volunteer Week, WVU Medicine Jefferson Medical Center hosted a luncheon honoring its 28 volunteers on April 18. more »»

Local Earth Day celebration educates, entertains crowd

April 27, 2018 The sun shone brightly down on Sam Michael’s Park on Saturday, as it swarmed with visitors during the 10th Annual Panhandle Earth Day Celebration. more »»

Up On the Hill to tempt with international candy

April 27, 2018 Up On the Hill toy store and children’s boutique will be adding a children’s candy bar this weekend. more »»

Historic House and Garden Tour sees 63rd year

April 27, 2018 The 63rd annual House and Garden Tour of historic Berkeley and Jefferson counties will feature seven diverse homes. The tours will take place Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. more »»

Adult Learning Center officially opens in new building

April 27, 2018 The Jefferson County Adult Learning Center held an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Tuesday afternoon at its new location, 401 South Fairfax Blvd. in Ranson. more »»

American Heritage Girls lend a helping hand to local birds

April 27, 2018 Members of the American Heritage Girls Troop WV0356 recently built kestrel nest boxes to benefit the Blue Ridge Wildlife Center in Boyce, Virginia. more »»

Community Club Antiques and Collectibles Sale offers century of rare finds

April 27, 2018 Cherry red velvet pumps, wooden rocking horses and golden pocket watches were some of the many items being sold during the Antiques and Collectibles Sale at Shepherdstown Community Club on Saturday... more »»

Comedian brings laughter to SAIL April Brown Bag Luncheon

April 27, 2018 Author and comedian Lyn Widmyer spoke during Shepherdstown Area Independent Living’s April Brown Bag Luncheon at Trinity Episcopal Fellowship Hall on Friday afternoon. more »»

Shepherd students receive recognition

April 27, 2018 Friends, family, faculty and staff gathered in the Frank Center at Shepherd University for the 70th annual Student Recognition Ceremony on April, 17. more »»

Local woman killed in accident near Washington High

April 27, 2018 CHARLES TOWN — A Shepherdstown woman has been identified as the individual who died Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 340. more »»

Local songwriter Christian Lopez performs songs from his new album

April 20, 2018 Fans filled the Opera House on Main Street in Shepherdstown on Friday the 13th to see local star Christian Lopez perform. more »»

Resident discusses overcoming opioid addiction

April 20, 2018 Stephanie Stout is an overcomer. She had a rough childhood. She never had a stable home, with the exception of grandma’s house. more »»

911 dispatchers recognized for difficult job

April 20, 2018 For the 25th year, dispatchers from the tri-state area joined together at a banquet honoring their own. more »»

Potter’s Bowl raises money for community caregiving organization

April 20, 2018 A colorful array of bowls and cups were lined up last Friday evening, waiting to be filled with a favorite soup, with the goal of raising funds for Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers. more »»

Four-legged friends join in dog park dedication, grand opening

April 13, 2018 More than a dozen dogs arrived with their humans last Saturday morning to open the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation’s Dog Park at Sam Michael’s Park. more »»

Emergency preparedness director discusses active shooter response

April 13, 2018 Nearly every seat was filled Tuesday evening when the Jefferson County Community Organizations Active in Disasters presented an event titled, “Worried About an Active Shooter in Your House of... more »»

Town Council discusses glass recycling, repaving local roads

April 13, 2018 At a brief Town Council meeting Tuesday, the Council heard updates about ongoing projects. Construction has been completed on the dedicated water line project, which began last November. more »»

County magistrate earns Boy Scout recognition

April 13, 2018 The Shenandoah Area Council of Boy Scouts of America selected William “Bill” Senseny as the recipient of its Citizen of the Year for 2018. more »»



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