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Town Council talk train concerns, Fourth of July

SHEPHERDSTOWN — On Tuesday evening, the Shepherdstown Town Council met for its final monthly meeting on Zoom. Beginning in July, following the state’s lowering of its mask ordinance on June 20, the meetings will resume being held in-person. The main topic of the Zoom meeting focused on ...

New Street welcomes community back to Spring Fling

SHEPHERDSTOWN — The members of New Street United Methodist Church took an additional step toward normalcy by hosting a Spring Fling on Saturday. The event, normally held every other year, consists of an open sale of goods of all kinds as well as lunch, plants and more. Although the Spring ...

Rock Hill Creamery returns: Shop reopens in first Shepherdstown location

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Customers waited in a line outside of 111 West German Street on Saturday afternoon, ready for a taste of Rock Hill Creamery ice cream on opening day weekend. Founded by Gary Miller in Martinsburg in 1996, Rock Hill Creamery was officially closed six years ago. One of ...

Back to business: O’Hurley’s reopens after three-month closure

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Three months ago, O’Hurley’s General Store owner Jay Hurley was contemplating how to ensure the safety of his employees and patrons from COVID-19, following a thankfully pandemic-free Christmas season, when he started looking at his sales records from the season. After ...

Almost airborne

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Workmen paint the side of a house along Princess Street on Saturday afternoon.