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Everhart speaks out on eight-year-old charges

April 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown Town Councilman Mark Everhart, who is also a candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates, issued a public statement this week acknowledging that he did plead... more »»

 
 
 
Caring for the trees at Morgan's Grove Park

April 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Here in Shepherdstown, Morgan’s Grove Park is and has been a part of the lives of area residents and their families for many year. more »»

Cordoned off: SCC follows guidelines to close playground at Morgan's Grove Park

April 3, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Now cordoned off, the playground at Morgan’s Grove Park is off limits to users. Taping off the equipment took place last week, in conjunction with an order issued by Go. more »»

Auxer, Cotgreave to vie for mayoral seat

March 27, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Two local residents have filed to compete for the Corporation of Shepherdstown's seat of mayor in the upcoming primary election. more »»

Not ending in two weeks: Jefferson County Schools prepare for extended closure

March 27, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On March 13, Governor Jim Justice announced all West Virginia public schools would be closed indefinitely, to prevent the rapid spread of COVID-19 through the school system. more »»

Shepherdstown Shares: Facebook page continues to strengthen community

March 20, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- There are those faces of people who can be seen all around town. Those people, who are at every community event, often running them. more »»

Town council approves grant application, congratulates officer for recognition

March 20, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "We thank you, Officer Carper, for your good service to the town of Shepherdstown," said Mayor Jim Auxer to Shepherdstown Police Department patrolman William Carper. more »»

Flags for your prayers

March 13, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Dozens of prayer flags hang in front of St. Peter's Lutheran Church on Saturday afternoon. more »»

The Nurtured Heart Approach: Relationship transformation to be taught at Evolve

March 13, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A handful of parents and grandparents gathered in Evolve on March 5, to learn about the basics of the Nurtured Heart Approach from Wendy Baracka, a certified NHA advanced trainer. more »»

'International Miniatures': Salon Series features classical explosion of music from around the world

March 6, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Feb. 27, the second Salon Series concert in Shepherd University's spring semester surprised a full W.. more »»

'Healthcare: The Issue of Our Time' to be focus of next American Conversation Series

March 6, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The American Conversation Series was established last semester at Shepherd University, as an opportunity for a panel of experts from across the political spectrum to civilly discuss... more »»

Return Peace Corps Volunteers of the Panhandle to host meet-and-greet

March 6, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Founded on March 1, 1961, the Peace Corps celebrated its 59th birthday this week, with the theme of "Peace Corps 2020+: Building the Future. more »»

Black History Month: Local magistrate discusses book signing, African American firsts

February 28, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- February is Black History Month, which Magistrate Arthena Roper will be highlighting with her 11 a.m. book signing tomorrow at Four Seasons Books. more »»

Fighting the epidemic: Boys & Girls Club CEO discusses club's impact in Eastern Panhandle

February 28, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Why do we need a Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle? What difference does it make in the lives of local children? According to club CEO Stacie Rohn, it can be life-changing,... more »»

Bucks for books: Community comes out to support annual library request

February 21, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Every year, the libraries in Jefferson County gather together in the basement of the Charles Town Library, to ask for funding from the Jefferson County Commission. On Feb. more »»

Donna Joy announces second run for Jefferson County Board of Education

February 21, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Donna Joy has announced her second run for the Jefferson County Board of Education this yea. more »»

Town council approves new Water and Sanitary Board member, vintage car shows

February 21, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The home on the corner of New Street and King Street that has been under renovation for the past few months will soon be finished, according to Mayor Jim Auxer. more »»

Goodbye to Rite Aid

February 14, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown's Rite Aid store was transformed over the past couple of weeks into a Walgreens, celebrating its grand opening on Saturday. more »»

'Talking Politics in an Angry America': Stubblefield Institute hosts second event in The American Conservation Series

February 14, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Community members filled Storer Ballroom on Feb. more »»

Bingo at fire department does more than raise money

February 7, 2020 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Nearly every Wednesday evening, many regulars can be found at Shepherdstown Fire Hall, enjoying their weekly bingo night. more »»

 
 

Women's Healing Service April 9, 2020

Trinity Episcopal Church, corner of Church and German Streets, will offer a community Women's Healing Service on the second Tuesday of each month starting at 7 p.m. in Trinity's Fellowship Hall. This service of prayer, song and Eucharist offers hope and healing for body, mind and spirit. more »

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