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Committee aims to make town more inclusive, accessible

June 29, 2018 The Advocacy Accessibility Committee is making strides in helping the Shepherdsown community to be more inclusive for people with mobility impairmen. more »»

Relay for Life exceeds fundraising goal

June 29, 2018 Despite the threat of rain keeping many teams from participating in the Jefferson County Relay for Life on June 23, the 51 teams registered came together to raise $125,023. more »»

Community members protest family separation policy

June 29, 2018 Women’s March West Virginia and Vigilance-JCWV protested the Trump administration’s separation of immigrant families along U.S. Route 340 in front of Harpers Ferry’s U.S. more »»

Local woman, 89, completes journey across C&O Canal towpath

June 29, 2018 Shepherdstown resident Helen Burns, 89, finished walking the C&O Canal in Cumberland, Maryland, on Monday, just over a year since she began her journey in May 2017. As Burns completed the last 3. more »»

River Riders earns top award at Chamber event

June 29, 2018 River Riders, a rapidly expanding Jefferson County tourism business, was selected to receive the George E. Vickers Business Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner on June 19. more »»

Street Fest 2018 draws crowds

June 29, 2018 Street Fest 2018 was a hit, drawing hundreds of visitors to West German Street’s lineup of 70 artisans and vendors June 23. more »»

Rockets Away! Shepherdstown Library teaches kids about science

June 29, 2018 The Shepherdstown Library’s Children’s Department hosted a rocket building workshop Friday morning, as part of its 2018 Summer Reading Program. more »»

Fundraiser for Team River Runner draws yogis of all fitness levels

June 29, 2018 The second Annual Summer Solstice Ceremony took place at Shepherd University Wellness Center on June 21. more »»

Four Seasons Books hosts event celebrating local authors

June 29, 2018 Four Seasons Books hosted “Four Authors Out” on June 23 at its shop and Street Fest booth location on West German Street. more »»

Fellowship Bible Church’s camp adds new themes, activities

June 29, 2018 Fellowship Bible Church in Shenandoah Junction isn’t afraid of change. more »»

Shepherdstown celebrates Pride in Eastern Panhandle

June 22, 2018 Eastern Panhandle Pride held Pride-inspired events in downtown Shepherdstown throughout the weekend, celebrating the community’s LGBTQ members. more »»

Plans set for Independence Day celebration, fireworks show

June 22, 2018 Jefferson County Parks and Recreation will offer an Independence Day celebration on June 30 at Sam Michael’s Park. The annual event will be free to the public with gates opening at 5 p.m. more »»

Town Council discusses Town Run mural, Historic Landmarks Commission opening

June 22, 2018 The Town Council discussed town beautification and business development during its monthly meeting June 12. more »»

Speaker discusses area’s Germanic heritage

June 22, 2018 Historic Shepherdstown Commission and Museum hosted a German Heritage of the Shenandoah Valley workshop at the Robert Byrd Auditorium on June 13. more »»

‘Farm to Fork’ dinner will highlight local growers

June 22, 2018 The Shepherdstown Farmers Market will once again offer its Farm to Fork dinner, which will be held on July 1 from 6 to 9 p.m. on King Street behind the Shepherdstown Library. more »»

Cool Green Auto and Tire celebrates vintage vehicles

June 22, 2018 Cool Green Auto and Tire Inc. hosted its second annual juried Cool Green Car Show, featuring 15 cars, a moon bounce, barbecue and funnel cakes, on Saturday. more »»

Shepherdstown Area Independent Living discusses redistricting, current political climate

June 22, 2018 Shepherdstown Area Independent Living learned about the United States Census and how its findings cause redistricting to occur Friday during the group’s monthly Brown Bag Luncheon at Trinity... more »»

Speak Series storyteller finds humor in life’s ups and downs

June 22, 2018 The Speak Story Series featured Chicago-based storyteller Scott Whitehair at Reynolds Hall on June 12. more »»

Area resident discusses sustainability

June 15, 2018 Shepherdstown resident and Vanderbilt University graduate Courte Van Voorhees spoke about his experiences with environmental justice policy and community sustainability practices during the First... more »»

Town undergoes street construction

June 15, 2018 Shepherdstown’s sidewalks and streets are undergoing several improvement projects prior to the beginning of the 2018 to 2019 school year. more »»

 
 
 

 

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