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'Finders, Buyers, Traders, Makers': Phaze 2 Gallery features art faculty collections

February 7, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Phaze 2 Gallery's first exhibit of 2020, “Finders, Buyers, Traders, Makers: Artwork from the Personal Collections of Shepherd University Art Faculty," opened last week, and featured... more »»

Brooke Evers Moore draws packed-out audience for Salon Series

February 7, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Frank Center W.H. Shipley Recital Hall was filled to capacity on Jan. 30, as community members gathered together to hear the first Salon Series of 2020, "Early Music Masterpieces. more »»

'From John Brown to James Brown': Author shares local African American history

February 7, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "If you went to John Brown's Farm, you were dressed up in a suit, shined shoes, the whole nine yards. more »»

It's a mystery: Murder Mystery Dinner hosted by Shepherdstown Community Club

January 31, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As the Shepherdstown Community Club continues working to bring in more members, to help support its conservation efforts at Morgan's Grove Park and in the War Memorial Building, it... more »»

O'Hurley's General Store celebrates CD release, 'O'Hurley's Thursday Night Jam'

January 31, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For 40 years, O'Hurley's General Store has been bringing traditional music to Shepherdstown every Thursday night, during its weekly jam session. more »»

The Tempestry Project: Local woman creates art showcasing Global Warming crisis

January 31, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Jessie Ward's Christmas gift for herself was a crafting kit. But unlike other kits, this one had more of a purpose than just for decorative use. more »»

Bringing in the Year of the Rat: Exchange students celebrate Chinese New Year

January 31, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A crimson dragon parade could be seen, as it snaked through Storer Ballroom on Friday night, during Shepherd University's first Chinese New Year celebration. more »»

Using technology for good: SAIL board member shares health-related technology advances

January 24, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- While many people find the amount of technology being created a little overwhelming, Shepherdstown resident Monte Cole has sorted through the many different developments to find wha... more »»

New magistrate discusses challenges of being a prominent African American in area

January 24, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- In July 2018, Arthena Roper officially took her place as a member of the Jefferson County Board of Education. more »»

A taste of haggis: Robert Burns Dinner to honor the legacy of Scottish poet on his birthday

January 24, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- This Sunday evening, literature lovers from around the Eastern Panhandle will congregate in Devonshire Arms Cafe and Pub, to celebrate the 261st birthday of Scottish poet and... more »»

Down the court: Fifteenth Annual Foul Shooting Contest draws basketball players throughout the region

January 17, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Throughout the year, St. Agnes Catholic Church’s Knights of Columbus chapter reaches out to the community by holding a variety of fundraisers and other events. more »»

Storyteller Ed Stivender kicks off Speak Story Series

January 17, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Speak Story Series, now in its eighth season, kicked off Sunday evening with its annual winter fundraising event. Storyteller Ed Stivender, of Philadelphia, Pa. more »»

Soul Stirring Storytellers Society: Writing group teaches members about publication process

January 17, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN — When Theresa Holmes returned to Shepherdstown after living in Atlanta, Ga. more »»

Local authors discuss challenges of publication process

January 17, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN — For some local authors, figuring out the self-publication process was more challenging than they originally anticipated. more »»

A winter wonderland

January 10, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown is blanketed in its first snow of the new year on Tuesday. Second, a home along West Washington Street is sprinkled with snow on Tuesday afternoon. Third, St. more »»

A new year: New Year's resolutions meet optimism, opposition

January 10, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The new year arrived last Wednesday, and, although many celebrants had been up the previous night to welcome the arrival of 2020, some forced themselves to step outside and begin th... more »»

'What You Need to Know': Community forum discusses updates in Rockwool controversy

January 10, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Not willing to give up the fight against Rockwool's insulation manufacturing plant yet, the leaders of Jefferson County Foundation, Inc. more »»

WVU Medicine announces plans for medical office building in Shepherdstown

January 10, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN – This fall, Shepherdstown residents will no longer have to drive out of town to visit their doctor or medical specialist. After closing on the property beside Sheetz on Dec. more »»

Shepherdstown Farmers Market to remain open this winter

January 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherdstown Farmers Market has become a seasonal staple in the community, with over a thousand Shepherdstown residents and visitors coming out to shop at there, during the busiest... more »»

Paying it forward: Local veteran's wife donates book proceeds to help disabled veterans gain independence

January 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Max Lilly, of Harpers Ferry, watched as his four-and-a-half-year-old emotional support dog, Kirby, relaxed on the floor of Four Seasons Books on Saturday afternoon. more »»

 
 
 

 

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