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Nurse discusses how to navigate the modern world of healthcare

October 12, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- According to Adventis Healthcare Vice President Susan Glover, learning how to effectively navigate the modern world of healthcare is a skill that can be developed. more »»

Bringing out the Gold and Blue: Shepherd University Homecoming celebration draws crowds, honors Shepherdstown resident

October 5, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- An explosion of navy and gold filled West German Street on Saturday morning, as Shepherd University students, faculty and alumni paraded down the street in their Ram regalia. more »»

Scarborough Society celebrates Appalachian heritage with awards presentation

October 5, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The 2018 Appalachian Heritage Festival has now come to a close, after a full week of events featuring Appalachian writers, storytellers, artists and musicians. more »»

Local artists learn how to get an upper hand with artist residency program applications

October 5, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Based on 400 acres of Appalachian mountainside in Back Creek Valley, four-year-old North Mountain Artist Residency is the only artist residency program in the state, according to... more »»

'Anthology of Appalachian Writers and Photographers' celebrated

October 5, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd University's Robert C. more »»

14th Annual Tom E. Moses Memorial Lecture discusses disabilities and the U.S. Constitution

September 28, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- From an early age, Frank Harkin was diagnosed with a disability. more »»

Shepherd University Nursing Department finds new way to revolutionize healthcare

September 28, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Beginning in fall 2019, Shepherd University's Nursing Department is introducing a new elective about Photobiomodulation into its coursework. more »»

President's Lecture Series begins with new look at lasers

September 28, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- In the first lecture of the 2018 President's Lecture Series on Sept. more »»

Local residents learn about playing the silver strings at harp workshop

September 28, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd University's Community Music Program featured the artistry of Tula Ruggiero in a harp workshop at the Frank Arts Center Saturday. more »»

Charles Washington honored with plaque, day of recognition

September 21, 2018 CHARLES TOWN -- Happy Retreat, the home of Charles Washington, founder of Charles Town, was the site of a celebration honoring the county's forefather on Saturday, as members of the Daughters of the... more »»

Shepherdstown church brings opioid crisis to the forefront

September 21, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherdstown has realized that awareness of the opioid epidemic in the United States, and in the local community, needs be championed. more »»

Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point stirs crowd

September 21, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As the 38-minute film "Fix It: Healthcare at the Tipping Point" came to a close, Popular Resistance Co-Director Dr. more »»

Back to the Disco Days: CASA-EP to host '70s Disco Party

September 21, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Court Appointed Special Advocates-Eastern Panhandle founder Valerie Smith may have stepped away from the 501 (c)(3) nonprofit's board for 10 years, but she returned last year after... more »»

Community members clean up James Rumsey Bridge during 24th Annual Day of Caring

September 21, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Across the Eastern Panhandle, over 1,000 volunteers spent Sept. more »»

Craft Beer and Music Festival held at Happy Retreat

September 14, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The third annual Craft Beer and Music Festival to benefit Happy Retreat in Charles Town went on as scheduled Saturday, despite periods of rainfall throughout the day. more »»

'Remembering the Violence of Antietam' commemorates the Battle of Antietam

September 14, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Sept. 17, 1862, the Confederate and Union armies converged in Sharpsburg, Maryland, to wage the Battle of Antietam. more »»

Cooking for a cause: Fish and Chicken Fry raises money for Helen Branson Memorial Fund

September 14, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Page-Jackson High School, Jefferson County's first publicly funded school for African Americans students, may no longer exist, but the school's memory still lives on in the hearts o... more »»

'Frankenstein' turns 200

September 14, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Mary Shelley published her most famous novel, "Frankenstein," on Jan. 1, 1818. more »»

"Path to the Pulitzer" completes tour with stop in Shepherdstown

September 14, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Statehouse reporter Eric Eyre was surprised when he walked into his newspaper office one day and was handed the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, for his Charleston... more »»



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