The FIRST step to finding those true new stories is. reading manuscripts.
In particular, first person accounts such as pension applications. So much of the printed material gives you facts, but omits detail that brings the experience of the war to life.
Paleography is the skill of reading old handwritten documents, and is your key to hearing the voices of your community's Revolutionary days.
Here are a few sites to help. You will find that within a few pages it gets easier:
Example Shown: A letter from Daniel Burt of Warwick NY to Washington, found within the George Washington Papers. It shows they were having with transport of food to the army.