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Take part in the town's energy future

December 9, 2011 At its last meeting, the present Shepherdstown Historic Landmarks members — though there was no quorum — agreed to take a look at reworking its guidelines regarding solar panels in the historic... more »»

A time for cheer

December 2, 2011 This time of year is wonderful — especially when sharing it family and friends. That tradition can be continued this weekend in Shepherdstown. more »»

Kudos to town representatives

November 25, 2011 In last week’s editorial, The Shepherdstown Chronicle charged the Jefferson County Commission to remember: democracy firs. more »»

Democracy - first and foremost

November 18, 2011 We at The Shepherdstown Chronicle believe everyone should have a chance to be heard. more »»

Kick the habit

November 11, 2011 Next Thursday, Nov. 17 is the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout. more »»

Celebrate those who put their lives on the line

November 4, 2011 Next Friday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day. We at The Shepherdstown Chronicle hope residents will find a way to honor veterans of wars in the past and the ones served now aboard. more »»

Support your local fire department

October 28, 2011 This coming weekend marks the 22nd Annual Apple Butter Festival to benefit the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Departmen. more »»

Town, citizens should work towards energy future

October 21, 2011 It could have been a landmark vote in the Shepherdstown Planning Commission meeting this week. But it wasn’t. more »»

Looking ahead to the American Conservation Film Festival

October 14, 2011 This week the American Conservation Film Festival announced the lineup for its ninth season. more »»

Charges for Gov. Tomblin

October 7, 2011 With Earl Ray Tomblin officially occupying the governor seat until another election in 2012, we at The Shepherdstown Chronicle are charging him to address issues pertinent to the Eastern Panhandle. more »»

Events show visitors Shepherdstown's uniqueness

September 30, 2011 This is one of the best times of the year in Shepherdstown. The seasons have just shifted, and we’re hosting the first of our big events this fall. more »»

Celebrate our state's heritage

September 23, 2011 For the next week, Eastern Panhandle residents can get a taste of Appalachian history as they will have opportunities to indulge in events throughout the area to gain a better understanding of this... more »»

Parking means money

September 15, 2011 Shepherdstown Business Association President Meredith Wait said when it comes to a discussion surrounding parking, it can definitely be a hot-button issue for many business owners. more »»

Parking problem must be solved

September 9, 2011 Shepherd University classes have been back in session for almost a month now, and town residents can certainly feel one serious repercussion of the student influx: lack of parking. more »»

Enjoy fall's offerings

September 2, 2011 Can you feel it? It’s the cool temperatures on your way to work in the morning. It’s the smell of burning brush on the weekends. more »»

Community should provide feedback about pool

August 26, 2011 It is apparent that the Shepherdstown Men’s Club cares for this town. more »»

Commission should focus on issue that concerns residents

August 19, 2011 While it was refreshing to see that the Shepherdstown Planning Commission did not take any action at Monday’s public hearing it was uncomfortable with, it was a bit disconcerting to see how much tim... more »»

SU should work closely with community on 480 project

August 12, 2011 Shepherd University’s proposed Route 480 underpass is set up to do all of the right things. more »»

A more vibrant town with the students

August 5, 2011 As we set out on the month of August, perhaps the biggest event to look forward to in the coming weeks is the return of the Shepherd University student population. more »»

Legislators should see the benefits to 'one man, one vote'

July 29, 2011 ­­As the redistricting talks continue and the West Virginia Legislature prepares for an August special session, our state lawmakers are being asked to decide how best Jefferson County can be... more »»



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