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Scheduled meetings this week of the Washington County Commissioners, Washington County Board of Education, and Hagerstown Mayor and Council: WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Hager Hall Conference and Event Center 901 Dual Hwy., Hagerstown Tuesday,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher Steiffel Smith ended up dying in a poorhouse, but the town he founded 200 years ago — Smithsburg — is thriving today. Smith, who had been a stone mason, was believed to be in his early 60s when he bought Shadrach’s Lot...
email@example.comReducing obstacles for adoption, decreasing euthanasia rates and increasing the number of animal control field service officers are top priorities listed by Michael Lausen, the recently hired executive director of the Humane Society of Washington County....
Tags: Rabies, Arts and Culture, Environmental Issues, Pets, Euthanasia
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Town of Smithsburg is celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding this weekend during Smithsburg Pride Days, which starts Friday. Added to the annual Pride Days this year is a karaoke contest, a cruise-in, a pie-eating contest, and narrated...
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Ceremonies, Arts and Culture, Business, Climbing
Edwin Recher "Ed" Itnyre, 85, of Boonsboro, Md., passed from this life Friday, April 26, 2013, at Meritus Medical Center in Hagerstown, Md. Born Jan. 25, 1928, in Boonsboro, he was the son of the late Earl R. and Margaret E. (Recher) Itnyre. Ed...
"Rediscover America 1976 Bicentennial Celebration, United States of America-Washington County, Maryland, 1776-1976" was the full name of an event that would involve most of the members of the Washington County Historical Society and the community, as a...
The Interfaith Service Coalition has partnered with the Hancock Arts Council to obtain a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. As a result, a Young Audiences/Arts for Learning workshop will be offered to children in the Hancock area Saturday....
“The Glorious and the Brave” will be shown Saturday at 7 p.m. at The Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring, 221 N. Main St. in Chambersburg. The stories of eyewitnesses and participants in history come to life in this film that chronicles the...
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...
Living history interpreter Raleigh Boaze will speak to the Sharpsburg Historical Society at Sharpsburg Town Hall Tuesday, March 12. Boaze will appear in the persona of a backwoodsman dressed in period clothing and carrying the weapons and...
email@example.comEditor’s note: This is part of an occasional series of profiles of local restaurant chefs. Trying to dine out on a budget? Looking for a restaurant serving healthy dishes with lots of menu choices? Try Robin’s Cove at Meritus Medical Center....
Arts aren’t the answer to ills of this world To the editor: I heard a local activities director on the news last week say that “the arts are the making of a community.” No offense to anyone, but I beg to differ with him. And in thus...
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