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‘Busy as a bee’

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A bee pollinates a sunflower along an alley in Shepherdstown on Saturday afternoon. more »»

Hood College professor discusses bioethics in modern era

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- How does ethics apply to modern biological advances? Should any experimentation be banned from being conducted? According to Hood College bioethics professor Ann Boyd, the answer t... more »»

'Come As You Are Not': Community raises money for breast cancer awareness with 10th annual fundraiser

August 16, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- One block of German Street was closed down on Saturday night, as hippies, flappers and pharaohs paraded down the street toward Hecho En Mexico, where paparazzi photographers were... more »»

Book smart: Community members celebrate end of Adult Summer Reading Program with potluck

August 9, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- About 100 community members joined the Shepherdstown Public Library's first Adult Summer Reading Program this summer. more »»

Delirious Doodads: Government shutdown leads local crafter to build part-time business

August 9, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Dec. 22, the federal government shut down temporarily, leaving hundreds of thousands of its employees without jobs or income for the foreseeable future. more »»

'A war against facts': 'An Evening with Cokie and Steve Roberts' discusses journalism challenges

August 2, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "An Evening with Cokie and Steve Roberts" drew a full crowd to the Robert . more »»

A summer well spent: Byrd Center interns curate Mollohan collection

August 2, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "The intern system is absolutely valuable, but completely unfair. The answer is not to abolish internships, but to raise money to fund them. It's only fai. more »»

Cakes and cars continue to draw folks to fire department event

July 26, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Whether they came to view the rows of beautiful cars parked along the grassy bank beside the fire department building, to enjoy the pulled pork and other tasty dinner fare or to bi... more »»

A packed house learns the history of the Beeline March

July 26, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherdstown Community Club was joined by the George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War and the Shepherd University History Department in commemorating the... more »»

Potomac River Artists Guild highlights the work of local artists during annual Fine Art Show

July 26, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Potomac River Artists Guild's Fine Art Show and Sale once again attracted many community members and Contemporary American Theater Festival attendees alike over the guild's... more »»

'Bug Girl' featured in July Speak Story Series

July 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As a storyteller, Judith Black stands out from her peers, thanks to her strong acting skill. more »»

Entsorga West Virginia, summer events discussed during Town Council meeting

July 19, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN — The Corporation of Shepherdstown’s monthly Town Council meeting was held on July 9, during which the town’s recycling program and a number of summer events were discussed. more »»

Contemporary American Theater Festival opens 2019 season

July 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Over the weekend, the Contemporary American Theater Festival celebrated the opening of its 2019 season with Opening Night Parties on Friday and Saturday at the Frank Arts Center. more »»

CATF in Context features insight from festival stage directors

July 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- With funding from the West Virginia Humanities Council, the Contemporary American Theater Festival hosted its first CATF in Context event of the 2019 season in Shepherd University's... more »»

On the fence

July 12, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A stray kitten peeks through the fence posts surrounding a house along King Street on Friday afternoon. more »»

'You're a Grand Old Flag': Shepherdstown Day Care Center celebrates Independence Day

July 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Students at Shepherdstown Day Care held a Fourth of July parade on Monday, as they traveled from the center through its adjoining neighborhood, waving flags and marching to patrioti... more »»

Shepherdstown Visitors Center seeks input, volunteers for future events

July 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- While many people in Shepherdstown are active in service organizations and volunteering opportunities around the area, few may be aware of the needs of at least one local... more »»

Panhandle Pride 2019 interfaith service celebrates, reflects on community stories

July 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church hosted the first Celebrating Our Stories: An Interfaith Service of Celebration & Blessing for Panhandle Pride on Saturday morning. more »»

LGBTQIA+ community celebrated with annual Eastern Panhandle Pride festival

July 5, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Eastern Panhandle Pride's 2019 celebration started with a bang on Saturday morning, as hundreds of visitors flocked to King Street to check out the booths and sport their rainbow... more »»

Under the Big Tent: Arts and crafts show features talents of local artisans

June 28, 2019 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Artisans and community members wandered from tent-to-tent on Saturday afternoon, as they checked out the handmade items being sold at the second Big Tent Arts and Crafts Show at St. more »»

 
 
 

 

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