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Rain, Rain, Go Away

July 27, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Community residents and visitors enjoyed shopping downtown Saturday afternoon, despite the consistent downfall of rain. more »»

Shepherdstown Police Department's K-9 Apollo has received body armor

July 20, 2018 Shepherdstown Police Department's K-9 Apollo has received a bullet and stab protective vest, thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. more »»

Town Council discusses lamp posts for New James Rumsey Bridge, summer business success

July 20, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - The Shepherdstown Town Council discussed upcoming events in town and the success of the busy summer business season with community members during its regular monthly meeting on July... more »»

Annual Rubber Ducky Classic returns to Town Run

July 20, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - The Good Shepherd Caregivers is busy planning the annual Rubber Ducky Classic taking place this year on July 21 at 4:30 p.m. more »»

Stars and Stripes Forever:

July 18, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN - Shepherdstownás Rotary Club hosted its annual Fourth of July Parade along German Street, with its largest parade yet. more »»

Town council begins new term with swearing in of council members

July 6, 2018 The Shepherdstown Town Council was sworn in by town attorney Frank Hill at Town Hall on June 26. more »»

Shepherdstown to bid on Grist Mill

May 12, 2017 After a 30 minute executive session at Tuesday’s Town Council meeting, council members voted to move to bid on the public auction of the historic Thomas Shepherd Grist Mill next Tuesday, May 16, a... more »»

Sustainable Solutions offer for land management fix

May 12, 2017 With a background in forestry and sustainable forest management, Sustainable Solutions president, James Remuzzi is well-versed in his field. more »»

Shepherdstown High planning reunion

May 12, 2017 The annual banquet and business meeting of the Shepherdstown High School Alumni Association will be held on Saturday, June 3 at the Holiday Inn, Martinsburg, starting with a social hour at 4:30 p.m. more »»

May Day festivities welcome in spring

May 12, 2017 Depsite the rain and cool temperatures, many joined in the welcoming of spring on Saturday with the annual May Day celebration in Shepherdstown. more »»

Planting the Future

May 11, 2017 Chronicle photo by Toni Milbourne Arbor Day was celebrated as part of the annual May Day festivities in Shepherdstown. more »»

Town Council agenda announced

May 5, 2017 Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Shepherdstown Town Hall 6:30 p.m. *Agenda subject to change 1. Call to order 2. Approval of Town Council Meeting Minutes of April 11 and 18, 2017 3. more »»

Beyond Comics to offer free books

May 5, 2017 Every year on the first Saturday in May, the comic book industry offers fans, both new and old, the unique opportunity to get free comics from participating comic book store. more »»

Fifth Annual DogFest

May 5, 2017 Chronicle photos by Vanessa McGuigan Dogs of all shapes and sizes gathered in Shepherdstown Saturday and Sunday for the 5th annual DogFest. more »»

CATF expands offerings

May 5, 2017 The Contemporary American Theater Festival is ready to take the stage and tickets are on sale now. more »»

Shepherdstown brings in May with celebration

May 5, 2017 Throughout the world on the first of May, people celebrate the coming of summer with revelry to wake up the earth from it’s winter slumber and induce it to fertility by singing, dancing, waving... more »»

New policy for recycling glass in Shepherdstown

May 4, 2017 The Corporation of Shepherdstown released a statement for a new policy about recycling glass, effective immediately. more »»

Volunteer Driven: Streetfest gearing up for June

May 4, 2017 While Shepherdstown Street Fest (SFF) does not take place until June 24, organizers have been hard at work since last summer in preparation for what has become an anticipated summer event. more »»


May 4, 2017 PICK-UP APPLIES TO TOWN RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES ONLY! One pick-up truck load per residence. All items are to be placed at the regular pick-up site. Please separate metal materials. more »»

Rotary Club awards grants to promote child reading

May 4, 2017 The Shepherdstown Rotary Club has awarded three “Rotary Reads” grants totaling $1,350 to three local institutions to promote reading. more »»



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