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Birthdays Today — David Williams, Antiock Lane, Falling Waters, W.Va., turns 71; Vi Johnson, Cavetown, turns 82; Bryan Nave, McClellan Avenue, Boonsboro, turns 23; twins Andrew and Austin West, Slate Way, Hagerstown, turn 13; Skymir Keefer,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRatings help, but parental intervention is the key to protecting children from the effects of playing violent video games, watching violence in movies and on television and seeing what’s widely available on the Internet, according to participants in...
Tags: Family, Social Sciences, U.S. Congress, Entertainment, Gaming
Civil Air Patrol does more than search and rescue To the editor: Are you familiar with the local Civil Air Patrol in Washington County? Well, you should be. This program is one of the best youth programs in the area. I know this firsthand, because my...
Tags: Arts, Entertainment, Mental Health, Politics, Lobbying
email@example.comThe renovated Behavioral Sciences and Humanities (BSH) Building and a new faculty development center in the Learning Support Center at Hagerstown Community College were part of dedication ceremony Friday that marked the completion of the Arts and...
The Top Five ‘Done to Death’ The story alternates between imagination and reality as five mystery writers wrestle with the problem of writing a television mystery/murder series. Then real murders occur. Presented by Boonsboro High School...
I wonder what grounding looked like in the 1920s. What items or privileges were restricted? "Young man, hand over the stick. There will be no stick ball and no fishing." And what did kids get grounded for? Were they lighting matches or dressing like...
The West Virginia Fair Housing Action Network (WVFHAN) will present two free workshops in Martinsburg this week to provide information to consumers and housing professionals on fair housing and tenant rights in West Virginia. The first workshop, on...
Tags: Social Sciences, Arts and Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe excitement of four young vocalists was injected into a Sunday performance of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra as the group performed works from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi and others. The vocalists were from the Curtis Opera Theatre, which...
February was World-Understanding Month in Rotary. In keeping with that theme, Sila Alegret-Bartel, International Service Committee chairwoman for Rotary Club of Long Meadows, has chosen the Guatemala Literacy Project as a focus of that committee, and as a...
Tags: Arts and Culture
Frederick High School Band will celebrate its 100th anniversary with a concert 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 27. The band is seeking alumni band members to play with current band members in the concert. Former FHS Band director John Slezak will lead the band...
Tags: Ceremonies, Kevin Lewis, Arts and Culture
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