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Goodbye, Pressed Flour: Local bakery closure to be permanent

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Six years ago, pastry chef Alisha Hanlin began searching for a local storefront to house her burgeoning bakery business, Pressed Flour. Up to that point, she had been operating her bakery out of various commercial kitchens that she rented. Along with selling her baked goods to ...

Jack-o’-lantern

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A jack-o'-lantern perches on top of a lantern post on Shepherd University's campus on Friday afternoon.

Fighting the flu

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Coordinated by the Parrish Health Ministry, St. Agnes Catholic Church's flu vaccine clinic is held every fall, at the beginning of flu season. The clinic was opened up on Saturday for community participation for the first time this year. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic raising ...

Democratic party headquarters find success in new Shepherdstown location

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- According to Amy Lindsey, Democratic Association of Jefferson County president, this year was the first time Shepherdstown has been the home to the main headquarters of the Jefferson County Democratic Party Headquarters. While, in the past, Shepherdstown has only occasionally ...

Au revoir: Bistro 112 to close after nine years of service

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Monday, Shepherdstown resident Deb Tucker publicly announced the closure of her French restaurant, Bistro 112, scheduled for this Saturday night. The restaurant, which serves a variety of Parisian-inspired food, was founded in its current location, 112 West German Street, ...

Black Lives Matter bench

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Painted by Black artist Nash Hill, the final bench in the Shepherdstown Shares "Spirit of Shepherdstown" Bench Project dries in the open air on Saturday afternoon. The bench was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement and Shepherdstown's support of it. The bench is filled ...

Town council discusses cancellation of BooFest, Christmas in Shepherdstown

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherdstown town council held its monthly meeting in the War Memorial Building on Tuesday evening. At the unanimous agreement of the town council, the town moved to support the Shepherdstown Visitors Center's cancellation of BooFest and not block off German Street for ...

Just for the record

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Bryan and Simone Heaston, of Hagerstown, shop Admiral Analog's clearance record section on Saturday afternoon.