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Due diligence has been done

June 15, 2012 After following the procedures taken by the Shepherdstown Public Library Board of Directors actions regarding the proposed Brownfields location, the Chronicle believes that the Board has used due... more »»

Reap the harvest, share the taste

June 1, 2012 Driving around the area, one can find beautiful gardens growing and berry patches and fruit trees beginning to put forth tasty treat. more »»

Right in our own backyard

May 25, 2012 While working on suggestions for our sister paper, The Journal, that will offer 101 Things to Do, the realization struck that we really are very close to Washington, D.C. more »»

Slow down, you move too fast

May 24, 2012 This line from an old Simon and Garfunkel tune comes to mind each day on our highways as drivers travel in excess of the speed limit and do crazy things like pass on solid lines, around curves. more »»

Remember to Cast Your Vote

May 15, 2012 The primary election is fast approaching and all are reminded to head out to the polling place on Tuesday, May 8 to cast your vote for any number of office. more »»

The Devil is in the details

May 15, 2012 As the Jefferson County Board of Education continues to consider their budget for FY 13, the idea that the members need to look at all of the financial details is one that should have been carried... more »»

BZA?process needs some work

April 27, 2012 On April 19, the Board of Zoning Appeals held a public hearing on the request for a Conditional Use Permit for the Twin Oaks development project. more »»

Signs, signs, everywhere signs

April 20, 2012 Just as the spring has brought any number of flowering trees and plants, so has election season brought us every size, shape and color of campaign sign imaginable. more »»

Editorial

April 13, 2012 This week’s issue of the Chronicle mentions volunteers in a couple of different places. Volunteer: a special word describing a special type of individual. more »»

Editorial

March 30, 2012 The Chronicle wants to take a moment this week to commend the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce for providing an ever-increasing number of useful speakers and events in the community. more »»

Editorial

March 23, 2012 Water issues are rising to the top of the collective heap here in Shepherdstown and chief among them is the concern over the proposed Conditional Use Permit sought by Peter Corum for his Twin Oaks... more »»

Editorial

March 16, 2012 On March 19, a group of citizens calling themselves Visitable Shepherdstown will host a meeting to share information on the ability to navigate in town. more »»

Editorial

March 9, 2012 Remember this Saturday night to set your clock. It is that “spring forward” time of year where we lose a perfectly good hour of sleep. more »»

Editorial

March 2, 2012 Change. That word often sparks excitement or dread in those who hear it and say it. But as the proverbial “they” say, “Change is inevitable. more »»

Editorial Middle School Sports

February 24, 2012 The county’s Board of Education has begun discussions on the future of middle school sports programs. It is our opinion that the programs should continue within these schools. more »»

Editorial

February 17, 2012 A story appearing in this week's edition of the Chronicle touches on the voting habits of the students at Shepherd University. more »»

Editorial: Obesity in WV

February 10, 2012 The state’s Department of Health and Human Resources recently released a report entitled “Obesity in West Virginia. more »»

Editorial

February 3, 2012 Within the past few weeks, the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Department has worked hard in helping to ensure that each home in our community is equipped with a working smoke detector. more »»

Positive interaction a good thing

January 27, 2012 With the potential for negativity and perhaps even dangerous activity via modern technology, the use the information highway for positive interaction is always a good thing. more »»

RIFs will cause disruption in education

January 20, 2012 As more than 30 teachers in the Jefferson County school system received Reduction-in-Force (RIF) notifications, we at The Chronicle were a bit skeptical at a comment made by Superintendent Susan Wal... more »»

 
 
 

 

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