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Civil War Christmas opens continuing holiday celebrations in Shepherdstown

December 8, 2017 Jessica Sharpless For the Chronicle Shepherdstown's Village Brass band opened Civil War Christmas last Friday, with a festive and beautiful look at music of the 19thcentury. more »»

 
 
 
What a candle signifies

December 8, 2017 Toni Milbourne For the Chronicle It wasn't one single candle, but 23,110 of them, that caused hundreds of cars lined up for miles to enter Antietam National Battlefield last Saturday evening. more »»

Santa comes with a badge

December 8, 2017 Toni Milbourne For the Chronicle Once again this holiday season, the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 83 and Target in Martinsburg joined forces to provide children in the community with some... more »»

Recycling taskforce talks trash

December 8, 2017 Vanessa McGuigan Chronicle Staff The Shepherdstown Recycling taskforce committee held a public meeting to gather information and to allow residents and businesses to weigh in on the issue of... more »»

It’s the Holiday Season: Tree lighting, stories kick off the Christmas season

December 1, 2017 ‘All the Whos down in Whoville’ came out last Friday evening to enjoy the start to the Christmas season as hundreds gathered outside McMurran Hall for the annual reading of “The Night Before... more »»

Christmas parade to float into town Saturday

December 1, 2017 With December upon us, one of the many anticipated Shepherdstown holiday treats is happening Saturday. The annual Christmas parade, sponsored by the Shepherdstown Rotary Club, will kick off at 10 a.m. more »»

Bourbon raffle rakes in funds for library

December 1, 2017 One of the most sought after bourbons on the planet, Pappy Van Winkle 20-year, was raffled off at Shepherdstown Liquors to contribute to the building fund for the Shepherdstown Public Library. more »»

Kiwanis dinner helps fund Eliminate project

December 1, 2017 The Shepherdstown Kiwanis Club once again hosted their annual chili and cornbread dinner as part of the start to the Christmas season in tow. more »»

Ho Ho Ho: Christmas is Coming to Town

November 24, 2017 As children anxiously await the coming of Christmas, Shepherdstown is gearing up to provide some high anticipation events leading up to the holiday. more »»

Church looks back over 150 years

November 24, 2017 Asbury United Methodist Church has been a pillar in the Shepherdstown community for decades. more »»

County approves commercial rezoning

November 24, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — The Jefferson County Commission unanimously approved a request to rezone a 3.56-acre property outside Shepherdstown from a residential to a general commercial land use. more »»

Rotary affords Maiden voyage to Belgium

November 24, 2017 Jefferson High senior Ryan Maiden had a somewhat unconventional junior year of high school. That is because Maiden, 17, studied abroad in Belgium — an opportunity few experience. more »»

Roxul officials share plans with Chamber

November 24, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — Officials with Roxul, a Denmark-based corporation set to open a facility in Ranson, met with members of the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce on Nov. more »»

Christmas in Shepherdstown Schedule

November 24, 2017 All events are free except for those marked with an asterisk (*), which is used where an entry fee/ticket is required. FIRST WEEKEND Friday ¯ 4-8 p.m. Chili & Cornbread Supper*. more »»

Business Spotlight: New cafe offers unique treats

November 17, 2017 Acai bowls have been a recent trend in metropolitan areas, but Gary and Leslie Wyatt have brought this filling and flavor-packed breakfast powerhouse to downtown in a sweet little shop called... more »»

‘very still and hard to see’ a larger-than-life thriller

November 17, 2017 A dimly lit stage crawls with masked monsters and a female form of great height as jarring sound crashes around you and pieces of fabric set fly, the scene throws you into another world. more »»

Shepherdstown students think like scientists

November 17, 2017 If you grew up learning that science is a class where you memorize four-syllable words and follow instructions straight out of the lab manual, raise your hand. more »»

Building Begins: New residential development now underway downtown

November 10, 2017 A new walkable residential neighborhood called Sage Place Commons is now being developed in a sought-after location a few blocks from downtown Shepherdstown. more »»

Commission considers land development proposal

November 10, 2017 CHARLES TOWN — Last Thursday the Jefferson County Commission heard a zoning map amendment put forth by Paul Raco on behalf of Christopher Rankin, owner of Christian Caine jewelers and Rankin... more »»

Jones to retire as sheriff office’s chief of staff

November 10, 2017 KEARNEYSVILLE — On Dec. 21, the career Jesse Jones, which began Jan. 15, 1985, will come to a close. more »»

Shepherd celebrates new major with inaugural play

November 3, 2017 Although the hustle and bustle of the Contemporary American Theater Festival died down months ago, theater buzz at Shepherd University has remained. more »»

 
 

Women's Healing Service December 14, 2017

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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August 5, 2014 Here is photo of a frog that found its way into our garage, but didn't make it out. Crushed before it's time. At least it did't suffer, I think. more »

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