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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 »»

Public should participate in August hearing

July 22, 2011 Residents have a chance next month to make their voices heard about changes the planning commission will recommend be made to Title 9’s section on fences. more »»

Nonprofits should seek to reinstate tax exempt status

July 15, 2011 The Shepherdstown Chronicle has learned that the Internal Revenue Service has revoked various Shepherdstown nonprofits’ tax-exempt statuses because they failed to file legally required paperwork for... more »»

Summertime rife with opportunities to get out in town

July 8, 2011 We’re officially in the throes of summer. more »»

Remember our independence

July 1, 2011 On Monday, we as Americans will celebrate our country’s independence. The day can often lose its real meaning of celebration to the parades, bar-b-ques, stifling heat and fireworks. more »»

Community should continue to share ideas about library

June 24, 2011 The Shepherdstown Public Library has received and started vetting through survey results and other community feedback regarding the new library projec. more »»

Riverfront issues should be considered closely

June 17, 2011 At Tuesday’s Shepherdstown Town Council meeting, Mayor Jim Auxer announced that the Riverfront Revitalization Partnership had issued its final repor. more »»

Summer allows for exciting activities in Shepherdstown

June 10, 2011 Summer is officially upon us. The temperatures have been scorching for days, and kids are out of school — embarking, no doubt, on what they hope to be the best summer yet. more »»

Our Opinion

June 4, 2011 Wednesday community members were able to voice their thoughts regarding the purchase of the cement mill property along River Road in Shepherdstown. more »»

Back Alley Garden Tea and Tour returns

May 27, 2011 The Back Alley Garden Tea and Tour returns this weekend. The tour has become a hallmark of Shepherdstown’s summer season. more »»

Voter turnout disappointing

May 19, 2011 About a week ago, some West Virginians hit the polling places to vote for an unprecedented special gubernatorial election in our state’s histor. more »»

A commitment to innovation

May 12, 2011 Last month’s approval of a permit for the addition of solar panels to a property in the historic district is a welcome break from the usually rigid regulations regarding housing covenants in downtow... more »»

The fight on terror is not over

May 6, 2011 Earlier this week, Americans sat before their televisions, awe-struck, as President Barack Obama announced to the world that al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. more »»



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