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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe first event for Martinsburg Heritage Day on Saturday morning will include a presentation about the nation’s founding fathers and their faith. Author Timothy Ballard, who has written religious history books about the nation’s founding and...
Name: Judy S. Walter City in which you reside: Chambersburg, Pa. Day job: Retired teacher Book title: "Nightmare in Europe" Genre: Historical nonfiction Short synopsis of book: "Nightmare in Europe" is a concise, easy-to-understand book about the...
email@example.comChristine Trent is a bit of a travel guide — but not in the traditional sense. She might take you to far-off places and breathtaking locales. You’ll meet interesting and influential people and get a glimpse of their lives and careers....
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County Board of education member Karen Harshman has questioned the practice of naming schools after individuals or families. One of her concerns, she said, was that over time, people no longer would remember who the person was, or why a...
email@example.comOn an April morning in 2011, Dan Hawthorne walked into the Fitness Center at Hagerstown Community College and began a transformation that would leave no aspect of his life unchanged. Although he had been overweight for most of his life, he found...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn 2011, murder mystery author Lauren Carr gave a presentation on writing and independent publishing to a packed audience at Williamsport Library. One attendee, Fay Moore of Williamsport, collected names and contact information of people interested in...
email@example.comMeet Don Giovanni: An arrogant, tricky, sexually promiscuous nobleman. A good swordsman. An amoral killer. Wealthy beyond belief. Meet a few of his “friends”: the Commendatore, an old and respected nobleman who the keeps peace; his daughter,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMore than 1,000 children under school age in Washington County will receive one free book a month under the Imagination Library program started by country music singer Dolly Parton. Washington County Public Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox,...
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email@example.comThe largest graduating class in Berkeley Springs High School history received their diplomas Thursday night at the 124th annual commencement. Instead of on the football field, the ceremony was held in the school gymnasium, where the 195 graduates were...
firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can’t always judge a book by its author. But if that book is written by Alyson Richman, there’s a good chance the storyline will be woven around art. She has told the tale of a young Japanese man who studied with the Impressionists in...
Kelly Hancock, museum educator for the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, Va., will present a collection of wartime love letters, valentines and home-made items of affection during a presentation Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Washington County Museum...
email@example.comA poem of broken love written by a happily married woman. A poem titled "I Love You," in which the first line is "I hate you." A love poem written about a blanket. Clearly, love is complicated for area poets. These poems — by, respectively,...
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