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Town council talks Homecoming banners, ordinance approval

SHEPHERDSTOWN — The Shepherdstown Town Council held its in-person monthly meeting in a new location, at the Station at Shepherdstown, on Tuesday night. Topics covered in the meeting ranged from the reminder of upcoming events to readings of ordinance amendments. At the top of the meeting, ...

Read all about it: Shepherdstown Community Club ready for annual book sale

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Book lovers can once again get ready to indulge in their favorite pastime, by visiting the annual Legendary Book Sale at the Shepherdstown Community Club. “Our best estimate is that we have approximately 75,000 books,” said club member Mike Austin, who helps organize the ...

Town council talks BooFest, water tower broadband service

SHEPHERDSTOWN — On Tuesday night, the Shepherdstown Town Council returned to holding its monthly meeting in a Zoom format. The online meeting covered a variety of lengthy discussion relating to the COVID-19 Pandemic and the town’s approval of grant funding. To begin the meeting, the town ...

Labor Day picnic returns to Morgan’s Grove

SHEPHERDSTOWN — A small, but dedicated, crowd turned out Monday afternoon to resume the tradition of a Labor Day picnic at Morgan’s Grove Park. The event, according to Shepherdstown Community Club member Mike Austin, dates back 30 years or more. The SCC hosts the picnic each year, as a ...

Capturing the moment: Cooper Captures Gallery perseveres in new location

SHEPHERDSTOWN — Cooper Captures Gallery held its reopening celebration on Sunday, in its new location at 112 East German Street. The gallery was formerly located across the street, at 107 East German Street, through July 31. According to owner Diana Cooper, the move was a success, thanks to ...

Lowe advocates to keep school in town limits

SHEPHERDSTOWN — A local businessman and lifelong resident of Shepherdstown is on a mission to advocate keeping Shepherdstown Elementary School’s students within the town, where they an continue to walk to school. Plans are underway to build a new elementary school and middle school several ...