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No, please, if there is a God in heaven, no! I give; uncle; I'll tell you where the gold is buried. You can do anything you want to me, just don't make me drive through one of those horrible, stinkin' roundabouts at the main entrance to Hagerstown...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRemember spring? That season between winter and summer, when crisp, lime-green mornings were gently toasted by the sun, inviting long walks or leisurely bicycle rides? When we could plant potatoes on St. Patrick's Day without a parka and peas on April...
email@example.comYes, that's Denny Slagle working in the Volvo Powertrain North America plant in Hagerstown. But it's hard to tell for sure. Slagle doesn't wear glasses, but he's peering through a pair of black spectacles in the plant, and his normally clean-shaven face...
In third grade, right before lunch, a teacher let Persis William-Mensah and the rest of the class out early. The kids found out they were going for a little exercise. William-Mensah remembers how she and the rest of her classmates lined up against a...
The Baltimore SunFirst baseman Chris Davis was voted the American League Player of the Month for April, becoming the first Oriole to earn that honor since Melvin Mora in August 2008. Davis hit .348 (32-for-92) with eight doubles, nine home runs, 28 RBIs, 19 runs scored...
Tuesday, May 7 I truly hope you were able to catch "Susan's Story," either last night at 6 or today on WDBJ 7 Mornin'. Susan Bahorich bravely shared her personal struggle with ovarian cancer. I am so proud of her for being open and honest with what she is...
Dear Amy: I got married (for the first time) three years ago. My husband and I are both in our 40s and are well matched, happily childless and happily married. We bought a house and both have good jobs. I recently wondered, "What do I have to look...
Tags: Human Interest
News of Samoa Air charging passengers by the pound, rather than by the seat, came so suddenly that some people thought it was an April Fools' Day joke. Not only was the announcement no joke — the airline hadn't retracted it by press time —...
Justin Bieber just can't seem to hold on to his pets. There was the snake, and the hamster, and now there's Mally, his confiscated capuchin monkey, which he may be abandoning in Germany in hopes that the critter will find an appropriate, loving home...
Tags: Music, Germany, Social Media, Music Industry, Auction Service
Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for almost five years. The last few months have been hard. It has become pretty clear that both of us are unhappy. It seems that most of our arguments are based on a combination of relationship boredom and...
Tags: Social Media, Easter
Like the swallows to Capistrano, the hummingbirds with their showy throats, the (ugh) starlings and doves, the snowbirds are heading north. Our small section of Green Valley, AZ, is emptying out as folks from South Dakota, British Colombia, Minnesota,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Safeway Inc., Libraries
I don't know the history of April Fools' Day but this past week it was directly the day after Easter. That says something to me. The Bible says, "The fool has said in his heart there is no God." What makes someone a fool? One definition would be that an...
Tags: Christianity, Religion and Belief
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