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Shepherd professors connect with the community in new lecture series

April 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN – Shepherd University’s new educational series, Lectures and Libations, hosted its second event this past weekend at Town Run Tap House, where passionate professors were met with an... more »»

Doyle gives legislative report at Town Hall meeting

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Delegate John Doyle hosted his second Town Hall meeting, since taking office as Delegate for the 67th District on Monday evening. more »»

2019 Appalachian Heritage Storytellers-in-Residence celebrate Appalachian heritage during Shepherdstown residency

April 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Last week, the Speak Story Series celebrated Appalachian heritage with a week’s residency of the series’ 2019 Appalachian Heritage Storytellers-in-Residence, Michael Kline and Carrie... more »»

Springing forward

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A couple of corgis enjoy the warm weather in their yard on Duke Street last week. more »»

New store, recycling issues discussed in town council meeting

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — During the Corporation of Shepherdstown’s regular town council meeting on Tuesday evening, the town council discussed the introduction of a new CBD shop in town and problems arising... more »»

A new way to pay: Parking meters test credit card option

April 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Corporation of Shepherdstown is testing a new system with its parking meters, allowing credit card payment at a few select meters along German Street. more »»

It’s a dirty job: Rotary participates in Adopt-A-Highway program

April 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Rotarians of Shepherdstown helped beautify the entrance to town on Saturday as they gathered to clean up a two-mile stretch of Route 230 from the intersection with Flowing Springs... more »»

'Love your neighbor': Immigration to be discussed in community event

April 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — “Love your neighbor as yourself” is the second greatest commandment given by Jesus in the New Testament, according to Mark 12:31, and for the congregation at Covenant Church, it is a... more »»

The right answer: Jefferson County boys win first, third place in state GeoBee

April 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — For some kids, learning is a grudging responsibility. But for Jefferson County’s two contestants in the state round of the National Geographic GeoBee, it’s a way of life. more »»

'My Lord, What a Night': CATF world premiere to explore moment during the civil rights movemen

March 30, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- With a twist on the African American spiritual "My Lord, What a Morning," playwright Deborah Brevoort delves into an unexpected moment in the civil rights movement with her play, "M... more »»

Just a sneak peek: Contemporary American Theater Festival offers glimpse into upcoming season

March 30, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Once again this year, the Contemporary American Theater Festival gave community members an early look at what lies in store for the festival's 2019 season this summer. more »»

Black Box Arts Center premieres 'Around the World in Eight Plays'

March 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN – Experience the wonders of the globe with Black Box Arts Center’s Youth Workshop Production “Around the World in Eight Plays,” through March 17. more »»

Morgan’s Grove Park trail gets facelift

March 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Users of the walking trail at Morgan’s Grove Park will likely appreciate the new layer of crushed gravel that has been spread along the length nearly mile-long loop. more »»

Spring has sprung, but what will it bring?

March 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- “That is one good thing about this world . . . there are always sure to be more springs," wrote L.M. Montgomery in her book, "Anne of Avonle. more »»

Town council meeting recognizes next Shepherdstown poet laureate, approves parades

March 22, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Corporation of Shepherdstown's Town Council had spring and summer on their minds, with a variety of announcements related to changes in community leadership roles and the weather. more »»

Trinity Episcopal celebrates Shrove Tuesday, beginning of Lent

March 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Community members and Trinity Episcopal Church congregants gathered in the church’s fellowship hall on March 5, commemorating the last day before the beginning of Lent. more »»

Town council meeting questions commercial use of plastics, styrofoam

March 15, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — As the United States is becoming aware of the long-term impact of products such as styrofoam, plastic straws and plastic bags, many individuals and businesses are promising to start... more »»

President's Lecture discusses bitcoin, blockchain and cryptocurrency

March 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- What is bitcoin, how does it work and will it have a future? were all questions answered by Martinsburg-native Charlie Kiser, during Shepherd University's President's Lecture on Fe. more »»

Lifelong Learning program celebrates beginning of eighth year

March 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherd University Lifelong Learning program is about to embark on its eighth year. As a precursor to the March 11 start of the popular program, a reception was held on Fe. more »»

Community dialogue focuses on education

March 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- With education garnering overwhelming amount of attention during this year’s session of the West Virginia Legislature, Shepherd University hosted an open dialogue about education in... more »»

 
 
 

 

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