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Hale honored by Air Force

November 4, 2016 Recently, 1st Lt. Donald Bret Hale, Jr. was awarded The Air Force Commend-ation Medal for Meritorious Service for the period of 16 February 2013 – 3 October 2016 at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. more »»

Shepherd science class conducts research at Elmwood Cemetery

November 4, 2016 Students in the Shepherd University general ecology class are learning a little more about what Shepherdstown was like during the Civil War through a data-gathering project. Dr. more »»

Film festival draws large crowd, tops ticket sales

November 4, 2016 The American Conservation Film Festival showed fewer films this year, but actually drew more viewers, according to festival organizers. more »»

Shepherd accounting students rank best in the state on CPA exam second year in a row

November 4, 2016 For the second year in a row, Shepherd University accounting students had the highest passing rate in the state of West Virginia on the certified public accountant exam administered by the American... more »»

Shepherd professor serves as Guiding Eyes puppy raiser

November 4, 2016 Dr. Amy DeWitt, associate professor of sociology, has been teaching a unique student for the past few semesters. more »»

Shepherdstown holiday ornament now available

November 4, 2016 Historic Shepherdstown has created another ornament in its series of prominent Shepherdstown landmarks. The 2016 ornament features the Shepherdstown Library, formerly known as the Old Market House. more »»

Shepherdstown Elementary School Storybook Parade

November 4, 2016 Shepherdstown Elementary School will be having the biennial storybook parade on Thursday, Nov. 10 starting at 1:30 p.m. more »»

Cafe Society to discuss the Presidential election

November 4, 2016 It is probably unrealistic for the Cafe Society to attempt to discuss anything else on Election Day. So the Nov. 8 session will be devoted to just that. more »»

On Shepherdstown’s Town Hall

November 4, 2016 Earlier this year, Shepherdstown Poet Laureate Hope Maxwell Snyder and Mayor Jim Auxer announced a new Poem of the Month program for Shepherdstow. more »»

Local artist transported to Berkeley Medical Center after explosion

November 4, 2016 A propane explosion sent a local artist to hospital Sunday after the torch he was working with exploded. According to the Marshall D. more »»

Chronicle photos by Vanessa McGuigan Clockwise, from left, Calvin Fogle does pumpkin bowling during Saturday's kids' activities at Boofest; Families enjoyed carriage rides around town with a smiling horse; Jamie Gregory playing guitar during Boofest acti

November 4, 2016 Chronicle photos by Vanessa McGuigan Clockwise, from left, Calvin Fogle does pumpkin bowling during Saturday's kids' activities at Boofest; Families enjoyed carriage rides around town with a smilin... more »»

Seven county schools honored for perfect audits

November 4, 2016 At a recent Principals’ Meeting at the Jefferson County Board of Education Office, seven schools were recognized as having perfect audits for fiscal year 2015. more »»

DAR Day of Service helps two organizations

November 4, 2016 The Pack Horse Ford Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution participated in the DAR Day of Service on Tuesday, Oct. 1. more »»

Free legal advice offered

November 4, 2016 The Legal Aid of West Virginia has announced Free Legal Services Day on Saturday, Dec. 3 for Berkeley and Jefferson County residents. more »»

Community Thanksgiving service

November 4, 2016 The Community Thanksgiving Service, Sunday, Nov. 20 at 4:30 p.m. at the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church (100 W. Washington St. more »»

Three local handmade shopping events not to be missed

November 4, 2016 Get ready to shop because it’s that time of year again! The Shepherdstown Community Club (SCC) is hosting three separate Handmade Market events this season, so all will have plenty of opportunities... more »»

First Friday features Dr. Dour and Peach

November 4, 2016 First Friday Coffeehouse will feature a Halloweenish cabaret about zombies, nightmares and things that go bump in the night. The Nov. 4 feature is Dr. Dour and Peach, who charm the D.C. more »»

Rumsey Monument reaches 100th anniversary

November 4, 2016 On Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. more »»

Jefferson High Interact Club gives donation

November 4, 2016 Students from Jefferson High School’s Interact Club have donated $1,700 to help the town of Richwood, West Virginia rebuild from the floods that devastated several counties in the state last June 2. more »»

Potomac River water gauge is reinstated

November 4, 2016 The United States Geological Survey has reinstated the Potomac River gauge in Shepherdstown on Sept. 20 of this year. more »»



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