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Director of Labor Campaign for Single-Payer Health Care discusses its benefits

June 15, 2018 The Labor Campaign for Single Payer Health Care’s Director, Mark Dudzic, spoke during a free workshop about single-payer health care at Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church on June 7. more »»

Happy Retreat festival highlights wine, music, local history

June 15, 2018 The Happy Retreat Wine and Jazz Festival, hosted by Friends of Happy Retreat, drew hundreds of wine and jazz lovers from across the Eastern Panhandle on June 9. more »»

Edwards Management Consultants Inc. returns to Charles Town

June 15, 2018 Edwards Management Consultants Inc. celebrated its 10th anniversary and return to Charles Town with a ribbon cutting, raffle and open house on June 7. more »»

Local author kicks off tour at Four Seasons Books

June 15, 2018 Author Danielle Corsetto, of Shepherdstown, kicked off the book signing tour for the complete, hardback collection of her webcomic series, “Girls with Slingshots,” at Four Seasons Books on Saturday... more »»

‘Spirit of Elmwood’ tour focuses on cemetery’s history, notable residents

June 15, 2018 The “Spirit of Elmwood” tour of The Presbyterian and Methodist Grave Yards drew dozens of local residents to Elmwood Cemetery on June 11. more »»

‘Great Catsby’ event to benefit local rescue organization

June 8, 2018 “The Great Catsby,” a free family event, will take place at the Martinsburg Roundhouse on June 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Honorary Relay for Life chair shares cancer diagnosis story

June 8, 2018 Michelle Hart is no stranger to Relay for Life. She has been involved in the Jefferson County branch of the event since 2005. more »»

Locals, visitors celebrate National Doughnut Day

June 8, 2018 Visitors to Shepherdstown Sweet Shop Bakery walked out of the shop a little sweeter last Friday. more »»

Human Trafficking awareness event educates community

June 8, 2018 Tabitha Johnston Chronicle Staff Shepherdstown and Martinsburg rotary clubs and the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Shepherd and Community hosted a free community event, “Facing the Monster of... more »»

Contemporary American Theater Festival returns to Shepherdstown

June 8, 2018 The Contemporary American Theater Festival welcomed 2018’s company to Shepherd University last week, with a picnic Wednesday evening and first rehearsals Thursday and Friday. more »»

Ranson Festival draws crowd to annual fundraiser

June 8, 2018 The 17th Annual Ranson Festival drew hundreds of visitors to Ranson’s city square Saturday. more »»

Graphic design shop opens new German Street location

June 8, 2018 Some people can’t escape their past . . . and that’s not always a bad thing. more »»

Community reflects on Robert F. Kennedy’s legacy, 50 years after assassination

June 8, 2018 In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination, U.S. Senate Historian Emeritus Donald A. Ritchie moderated a discussion about Robert F. Kennedy’s legacy at the Robert C. more »»

Another American Girl story: Local teacher celebrates one year cancer-free

June 5, 2018 The Jefferson County Christian Homeschool Co-op's American Girl Class has learned a thing or two about courage during its past two years with teacher Samantha Spitze. more »»

Charles Town hosts annual Memorial Day commemoration ceremony

June 1, 2018 CHARLES TOWN — Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town was once again the gathering place to honor those who died for their country, as the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Charles Town hosted its annual... more »»

East High Street community recognizes disabled female vets

June 1, 2018 Several representatives of the East High Street community gathered at Cullison Commemorative Park on Memorial Day at noon to honor disabled female veteran. more »»

Harpers Ferry celebrates Memorial Day with parade

June 1, 2018 The Bolivar-Harpers Ferry District Veterans once again hosted the annual Memorial Day parade and ceremony to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. more »»

STEAM Makerspace teaches homeschooled kids about engineering

June 1, 2018 Shepherdstown Public Library’s Children’s Department hosted a STEAM Makerspace for homeschool students ages five and up on May 24. more »»

Opera House Live closes due to flooding

June 1, 2018 On the morning of May 16, the son of Opera House Live’s new owners, Harriet and Steve Pearson, opened the door to the Opera House and discovered a nightmare — a hose from the second floor’s washing... more »»

Scudieri Restoration Painting keeps county’s historic buildings in shape

June 1, 2018 Scooter Scudieri, of Scudieri Restoration Painting, traced the woodwork with his brush as he repainted the front of Bistro 112 on May 24. more »»

 
 
 

 

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