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The books are back!: Shepherdstown Public Library services moving forward

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Despite not being able to open the official library building due to the damage caused by a hit and run accident a few weeks ago, patrons are still able to access items from the Shepherdstown Public Library. An accident on the Fourth of July weekend had an unknown vehicle ...

SVFD car show and bake auction return to Shepherdstown

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Department welcomed a significant crowd on Friday evening, as they hosted their annual car show and bake auction for the first time in two years. The popular event had to be cancelled in 2020, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Approximately 120 cars ...

Town council discusses Freedom’s Run, Market House, broadband updates

SHEPHERDSTOWN — On Tuesday evening, the Corporation of Shepherdstown held its monthly town council meeting in-person for the first time in about a year, in the War Memorial Building. During the meeting, the topics ranged from updates on the Market House hit-and-run destruction to the ...

Library closed after hit-and-run damages building, police seeking information

SHEPHERDSTOWN — According to the Shepherdstown Police Department, a hit-and-run accident, occurring sometime between the hours of 6 p.m. Sunday evening and 8:50 a.m. Monday morning, has left the town’s library structurally damaged. “The building appears to have been struck by a large, ...

Just a touch up

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Independent contractors Nicole Kanode and Fredrica Masini, right, touch up the front of 122 East German Street with paint on Saturday afternoon. The location previously housed Village Florist & Gifts for a number of decades, and will soon be home to a new professional ...

Bingo’s back!: In-person fundraiser return to the fire hall

SHEPHERDSTOWN — The popular Wednesday night bingo fundraiser at Shepherdstown Fire Hall returned last week, after more than a year-long break brought on by the COVID-19 Pandemic. It was an excited crowd who showed up to take their chances at calling “bingo!” or at winning one of the ...

Seventeen-year songs

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A 17-year cicada clings onto a leaf along an alleyway in downtown Shepherdstown last Saturday.

Reversa Rose holds official ribbon-cutting ceremony

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Reversa Rose Skincare is one of the newer shops to open on German Street. Marissa Morris, owner, held a soft opening for the store last August, while an official ribbon-cutting ceremony took place more recently, on Saturday. Joining in the official ribbon-cutting was Jefferson ...

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 ...