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Out&about

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Out&about

The Temptations – the Motown legends with hits like “My Girl,” “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” “Just My Imagination” and “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” – kick things off on March 8.

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A special Chinese New Year

Today is Chinese New Year’s Eve and for China Fortune owner Sen Lin, the year that’s wrapping up has been an eventful one.

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April 8 is deadline to apply for Audubon camp aid

Young people interested in earning scholarships to summer camps can apply to the Potomac Valley Audubon Society through April 8.

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Out for a spin

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Out for a spin

For Andrew Barton, the idea of opening a shop that sells records, stereo equipment, music T-shirts, cassettes, CDs, DVDs, video games, buttons and other items he calls “oddities” dates to his teenage years more than two decades ago.

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Valentine’s puts shoppers on a heartfelt mission

There’s good reason that bouquets, heart-shaped boxes of chocolates and other tried-and-true Valentine’s Day gifts remain popular, but some folks aren’t taking that approach.

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Crowds for ‘Cupid’

Oliver’s Wine & Cheese, David Cline’s shop at 207 W. Washington St. in Charles Town, was among the downtown hot spots Sunday evening during the second-annual “Cupid’s Crawl.”

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New Rotarians in Shepherdstown

Jeff Bowers and James Sutch are newest members of the Rotary Club of Shepherdstown.

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Byron Royal of Ward 4 has withdrawn from the Charles Town City Council race, 
saying he will give his support to candidate Keith Veler.

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Crash victim’s funeral set for Saturday

The 31-year-old Ranson man who died after a Friday morning car crash here was an animal lover, and his family has asked that contributions in his 
memory be made to a local shelter.

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The 270-acre site here where hundreds were employed by 3M starting in the 1960s may soon be a bustling industrial site again, according to officials with the Jefferson County Development Authority.

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