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Haus-less

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The final flower refrigerator from Flower Haus waits to be towed away from its former home at 112 East German Street on Saturday afternoon. The location has already found a new tenant, according to Flower Haus owner Mark Harding. Harding himself said he looks forward to ...

Coffee in the cold

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Customers line up to order coffee at Lost Dog Coffee on Saturday afternoon.

Inauguration anticipation

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- American flags decorate the streets of Shepherdstown on Saturday afternoon.

Tree of Christmas past

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The town Christmas tree lies on McMurran Hall lawn, waiting for disposal on Saturday afternoon.

Water rate increase hearing held during Town Council meeting

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Twenty-seven members of the Shepherdstown community tuned into Zoom for Tuesday night's Town Council meeting. The high attendance was due to the meeting's public hearing, before the final vote on a proposed ordinance, which would increase water rates in the amount of five ...

Good Shepherd Volunteer Interfaith Caregivers receives generous donation

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- In spite of the safety challenges related to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers has remained diligent in their work to care for the health-related needs of local residents. And thanks to a generous donation resulting from an auction held by the ...

Storefront style

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Winners of Christmas in Shepherdstown's business Christmas decoration contest this year were, Kimo Art Gallery, winner of first place; Betty's Restaurant, winner of second place; and German Street Marketplace, winner of third place. Each business was awarded with the honor on ...

Motor vehicle accident damages local store building, merchandise

SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shoppers wandered through O'Hurley's General Store last Thursday afternoon, looking for Christmas gifts for their loved ones. But, in spite of the seemingly normal activity for that time of the year, not everything was at it should be. The day before, a driver lost control of ...