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How fear drives bad decision making

December 16, 2011 Only in Jefferson County could a developer requests the highest levels of regulation and its planning staff recommend the least restrictive zoning classification (Conditional Use Permit, CUP). more »»

Solar: take time to "get it right"

December 16, 2011 I appreciated the Historic Landmarks Commission addressing the issue of solar development in Shepherdstown at their recent meeting (Mon., Dec. 12). more »»

Why I Occupy Shepherdstown

December 9, 2011 I try to explain it to my folks who came in from Arizona to visit. They wonder why I don’t move closer to the city where there are more jobs, “better” schools, etc. more »»

Missing a community pillar

December 9, 2011 Two months ago our community suffered a loss — Charles F. Printz died at age 96. Locally he was known by many as Professor Printz. more »»

Speak up

December 2, 2011 In discussing the impending Dec. more »»

Thank you for the support

December 2, 2011 Friends of the Shepherdstown Library (FOSL) held its first Rummage Sale Fundraiser on the weekend of Oct. 8 and 9, 2011 at the SMC War Memorial Building. more »»

Transient lodging is addressed

December 2, 2011 In a letter to the editor in The Chronicle of Nov. 18, Ms. Nieltje Gedney defended the practice of renting out her home, which is in the R1 zoning district, for short-term stays. more »»

Don't rezone land by park

November 18, 2011 Residents of Shepherdstown and surrounding areas should know that on No. more »»

County planning decision 'controversial'

November 18, 2011 The controversial decision of the Jefferson County Planning Commission on Nov. more »»

Zoning a 'travesty'

November 18, 2011 Zoning in Jefferson County is a travesty! On Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Founders would have had solar power

November 11, 2011 I have read with interest the story about the planning commission rejecting one of our citizen’s application to install solar panels on his rooftop. more »»

Founders would have had solar power

November 11, 2011 I have read with interest the story about the planning commission rejecting one of our citizen’s application to install solar panels on his rooftop. more »»

Printz should also be remembered for land preservation

November 11, 2011 Obituaries marking the death of Charles Printz last month rightly lauded and detailed his many contributions to the community. more »»

Masterworks was a great performance

November 11, 2011 If you didn’t attend one of the two performances performed by the Masterworks singers and orchestra last week then you missed a treat. more »»

Thanks to the "cider girls" and "soup gurus"

November 4, 2011 I want to publicly express my thanks to my wonderful volunteers who made the Men’s Club “Soup Kitchen,” an adjunct to the Book Sale, such a great success. more »»

Book sale a success

November 4, 2011 The 2011 Men’s Club Book Sale is now history. It was a huge success generating over $7,000 to help us maintain the War Memorial Building and Morgan’s Grove. more »»

Farm needs to be protected

November 3, 2011 With regard to your story last week about the Audubon Society fundraiser at Wild Goose farm, I must admit I am disappointed. Life is changing, and unfortunately not for the better in some ways. more »»

Solar rules need looked at

October 21, 2011 Shepherdstown is special not only for being a historic town, but also for being a forward-looking communit. more »»

The way Christmas used to be

October 14, 2011 Rosemarie Coy published a letter to The Chronicle editor several weeks ago stating that when Historic Shepherdstown Christmas celebration came into being that all the lights outlining the buildings... more »»

The Good Samaritan of Shepherdstown

October 10, 2011 For a year my wife and I had been planning and training for our Pittsburgh to Washington, DC bicycle trip along the Great Allegheny Passage and the C&O Towpath. more »»

 
 
 

 

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