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Open house features Tabler Farm updates, first-year produce

November 8, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Tabler Farm held its second annual open house on Saturday, welcoming community members to come see its progress in the two years since its founding, and to take home some organic... more »»

Professor talks about the 'Worst President Ever' in American history

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Who was the "Worst President Ever?" While historians regularly vote in polls asking this question, according to Gettysburg College Professor of History Michael Birkner, the answer t... more »»

A boo-tiful night: Annual Vampire Ball raises funds for Shepherdstown Community Club

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As costumed community members stepped into the War Memorial Building on Friday night, they were the first people in town to see the Haunted Hallway on the first floor of the building. more »»

Club, community plant 16 trees in Elmwood Cemetery

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Forty-five community and Shepherdstown Rotary Club members participated in the Second Annual Rotary Tree Planting Project at Elmwood Cemetery on Saturday morning. more »»

Halloween Children's Read-a-thon celebrates literacy

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As mermaids and ghostbusters began roaming along King Street for the annual BooFest events on Saturday morning, a number of them decided to begin the weekend off right, by... more »»

BooFest fun

November 1, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- From left, four-year-old Liam Everhardt, six-year-old Amy Shankle and three-year-old Morgan Everhardt make spiders out of cardboard and pipe cleaners at the BooFest craft table on... more »»

President's Lecture questions modern 'Social, Economic and Security Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution'

October 25, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The second President's Lecture of the semester focused on the “Social, Economic and Security Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution” in the Robert C. Byrd Center on Oct. 15. more »»

A 'Bewitched' tea party: Second Annual Witches Tea to raise funds for Shepherdstown Visitors Center

October 25, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble," said the three witches at the beginning of William Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbet. more »»

Walk of Solidarity takes off along C&O Canal towpath

October 25, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Saturday, walkers and runners will join together on the C&O Canal to participate in the first stretch of the Walk of Solidarity, in conjunction with Shepherdstown resident Tracy... more »»

Breast Cancer Awareness: Local woman makes courageous decision to fight hereditary breast cancer

October 25, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Earlier this month, Stephanie Shields went under the knife to have the last of a series of surgeries performed -- a double mastectomy. more »»

Preparing for flu season with Shepherdstown Pharmacy owner Kris Knott

October 18, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- In the 2017-2018 flu season, over 80,000 Americans died of influenza or influenza complications, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfiel. more »»

Annual book sale raises funds for Shepherdstown Community Club

October 18, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Every October, community members and visitors alike look forward to the annual Shepherdstown Community Club Book Sale. more »»

Installation art exhibit reflects artist's family history of social justice

October 18, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherd University’s Phaze 2 Gallery opened their fall exhibit, “Zac Benson: Installation and Sculpture” on Oct. 7, with a reception and artist discussion. more »»

'You're a good man, Charlie Brown': Peanuts cartoonist visits O'Hurley's General Store

October 18, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- When Charles M. Schulz first started developing the Peanuts comic strip in 1947, he decided to frame it around the life of his autobiographical character, Charlie Brown. more »»

Rams ‘Rally for Respect’ calls for anti-violence towards minority groups

October 11, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — “Whatever we are, wherever we go, ‘yes’ means ‘yes’ and ‘no’ means ‘no’” was one of the many chants resounding from a group of a couple dozen Shepherd University students and... more »»

Stubblefield Institute for Civil Political Communications launched at Shepherd University

October 11, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — The Bonnie and Bill Stubblefield Institute for Civil Political Communications at Shepherd University was launched on Oct. more »»

‘Rock ’n’ Roll is Here to Stay!’ to be celebrated with CASA-EP fundraiser next Friday

October 11, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Sixteen years ago, Val Smith and Joan Ergin founded CASA of the Eastern Panhandle, Inc. more »»

Freedom’s Run: Runners compete to win against themselves or others

October 11, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — The winners to the 2019 Freedom’s Run were named at an awards ceremony at The Bavarian Inn on Saturday afternoon, as runners and their families and friends relaxed with beer and... more »»

Founder Day draws hundreds of students, alumni to celebrate with parade, ceremony

October 4, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Michelle Lawson helped the Rams' mascot, J.C., drink from a bottle of water, while he rested in his trailer on Friday afternoon. After a five minute break, Lawson, J.C. more »»

A conversation with 2019 Appalachian Heritage Writer-in-Residence Crystal Wilkinson

October 4, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Appalachia Studies and Communication Director Sylvia Shurbutt first met Crystal Wilkinson through her stories, which she said spoke to her the most in Appalachian literature, along... more »»



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