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Strutting his stuff

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A rooster struts in front of a hen by a chicken coop in downtown Shepherdstown Saturday afternoon.

Town council discusses website redesign, opening of farmer’s market

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The monthly meeting of the Shepherdstown Town Council was held on March 9, during which a number of updates were discussed, including the opening of the Shepherdstown Farmer's Market and status of the town's website redesign. According to town council member Jim Ford, the ...

Ready for spring

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Crocuses and buttercups bloom along New Street in downtown Shepherdstown on Saturday afternoon, ready for the coming of spring on March 20.

Lending at the Little Library

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Trace Ann Green, of Ashburn, Va., selects a copy of “Prodigal Summer” by Barbara Kingsolver from the Little Free Library in front of McMurran Hall on Saturday afternoon. Green, who was visiting Shepherdstown with her husband, regularly borrows from and donates to Little ...

Calico cat

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A cat wanders along New Street on Saturday afternoon.

Share the Wealth: Fundraiser to benefit Shepherdstown businesses

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- On Friday, Shepherdstown Shares announced its first initiative to directly help local small businesses survive the COVID-19 Pandemic. The initiative, Share the Wealth, is a fundraiser in which people can donate $25 to Shepherdstown Shares and receive a $20 coupon that can be ...

Keeping connected: Town communication system ready for take off

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Corporation of Shepherdstown has established an email list that people can join to get updates on things concerning the town and its residents. The same information sent out in the emails will also be posted on the town website. To get on the email list, contact Town Clerk ...

Town Council meeting: To upgrade or to be of aid

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The monthly Shepherdstown Town Council was rescheduled from Feb. 9, to be held on Feb. 11 over Zoom. Attendees included Shepherdstown Mayor Jim Auxer, Town Recorder Lori Robertson and Town Council members Cheryl Roberts, Jim Ford, Chris Stroech, Jenny Haynes and Marty ...

A heart-to-heart

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A heart-shaped wreath adorns the side of a garage in Shepherdstown for Valentine's Day.

Betty’s celebrates 20 years

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Betty's Restaurant employee Vicky Gibney, right, waits on a customer at the cash register, as new Shepherdstown resident Andy Alquist, left, finishes up his meal on Friday afternoon. Betty's Restaurant celebrated 20 years under its current owner, Regina Wines, on Feb. 2. In ...