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'How bright is our economic future?' discussed during League of Women Voters forum

September 20, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Ted Boettner, executive director of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, visited the Robert C. Byrd Center on Sept. more »»

A Day of Hope: Community gathers to remember those affected by opioid epidemic

September 20, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Although darkness had descended on McMurran Hall's lawn, flickers of hope could be seen emanating from the attendees of the Day of Hope Candlelight Vigil on Saturday night. more »»

Town Council meeting discusses Market House renovation, MARC train, WVDEP litter control grant

September 20, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Corporation of Shepherdstown Town Council met on Sep. more »»

2019 Caregivers Rubber Ducky Classic raises funds for patient transportation

September 20, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Saturday afternoon, about 150 yellow plastic ducks could be seen floating down Town Run, from McMurran Hall to behind the Little House, before being removed by Good Shepherd... more »»

Music from the heart

September 13, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- From left, Shepherdstown residents Gabriel Brockman and Malcolm Hatchell listen as Daniel Brockman plays an original tune on the guitar on Friday night. more »»

Friday the 13th Spirit Fest to be held tonight at Mecklenburg Inn

September 13, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- For some, Friday the 13th is viewed as an unlucky day, based on Western superstition. more »»

Farm to Fork

September 13, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherdstown Farmer's Market hosted their annual Farm to Fork dinner on King Street behind the library on Sunday evening. more »»

Shoppers, music, fresh food flood Shepherdstown Farmers Market

September 6, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown musician Jamie Gregory sings and plays the guitar for shoppers at the Shepherdstown Farmers Market on South King Street on Sunday afternoon. more »»

Days of Hope and Action: Trinity Episcopal Church to address opioid epidemic throughout September

September 6, 2019 SHEPHERDTOWN -- West Virginia remains the state with the highest rate of death due to drug overdose, with 57. more »»

'These are our leaders': How Lifelong Learning came to be

September 6, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- When Shepherd University's last president, Suzanne Shipley, was being interviewed for the job, community members were invited to join in the interview proces. more »»

'Come Rain or Come Shine'

August 30, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Three Shepherd University faculty members walk in the rain in front of the Frank Center on Friday morning. more »»

Shepherd supports community organizations with 15th Annual Day of Service

August 30, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- While many Shepherd University students were returning to Shepherdstown last week, a few had already been there for a week, participating in Shepherd's Emerging Leaders in Service... more »»

Historic Shepherdstown updates, JCDA discussed in Town Council meeting

August 23, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Updates to Historic Shepherdstown and upcoming events were discussed, during the Corporation of Shepherdstown's monthly Town Council meeting on Aug. 13. more »»

Back to school

August 23, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A school bus drives Shepherdstown Middle School students back to their homes, following their second day of school on Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Community fills the seats for laughs, memories with storyteller Adam Booth

August 23, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Speak Story Series founder and storyteller Adam Booth, of Shepherdstown, entertained the series' audience with tales from his childhood and humorous retellings of familiar fairytale... more »»

‘Busy as a bee’

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A bee pollinates a sunflower along an alley in Shepherdstown on Saturday afternoon. more »»

Hood College professor discusses bioethics in modern era

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- How does ethics apply to modern biological advances? Should any experimentation be banned from being conducted? According to Hood College bioethics professor Ann Boyd, the answer t... more »»

'Come As You Are Not': Community raises money for breast cancer awareness with 10th annual fundraiser

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- One block of German Street was closed down on Saturday night, as hippies, flappers and pharaohs paraded down the street toward Hecho En Mexico, where paparazzi photographers were... more »»

Book smart: Community members celebrate end of Adult Summer Reading Program with potluck

August 9, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- About 100 community members joined the Shepherdstown Public Library's first Adult Summer Reading Program this summer. more »»

Delirious Doodads: Government shutdown leads local crafter to build part-time business

August 9, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Dec. 22, the federal government shut down temporarily, leaving hundreds of thousands of its employees without jobs or income for the foreseeable future. more »»

 
 
 

 

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