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email@example.comMemorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and the beginning of swimming pool season. For the first time since Labor Day, swimsuits will emerge from storage and the scent of suntan oil will float in the air. Area pools and beaches...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegal advice is something just about everyone will need at some point during their lifetime, and residents of Washington County and surrounding areas will have the chance to get some help for free on Wednesday. Assistant State’s Attorney Michele F....
email@example.comGenevieve “Genny” Wagner had many passions — her family, the church, music and swimming. Her days were filled with volunteering at St. Ann Catholic Church, water aerobics at the Hagerstown YMCA and attending practices with the many...
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.comA Hagerstown man charged with stabbing a girl in the chest Saturday afternoon is scheduled to be in Washington County Circuit Court next month to face charges that he molested the same girl last year, according to Assistant State’s Attorney Brett...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgGary Breakall personified the best of small-town living. His devotion to family, church, community and work made a difference in the lives of many. Born and raised in Hancock, Gary was the third of six children. His parents, Oscar and Jesse Breakall,...
Big Slackwater Oct. 13 — Images of the old Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, which had faded with time, were resurrected in 2012. The 2.7-mile section of the towpath known as Big Slackwater was closed after flooding in 1996 and it deteriorated into a...
The Washington County Board of Education decided not to support an effort for the county lobbying coalition to advocate for state legislation requiring the school year to begin after Labor Day. Board member Justin Hartings, who represented the school...
email@example.comMary Reeder was raised on a farm in Bolivar, Md., one of 10 children. Her youngest and only surviving sibling, Janet Otto of Hagerstown, was 12 years younger and said Mary was like a mother to her. Janet was just 6 when Mary married Roscoe Shifler of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe law enforcement division of the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office operated over Labor Day weekend without phone service at the agency’s headquarters after lightning struck the building, Sheriff Kenneth Lemaster said Wednesday. “...
email@example.comInclement weather took a toll on some parts of the 78th annual Quincy Ox Roast weekend, but organizers said the overall outcome for the four-day event was positive. Poor weather affected turnout Saturday, but Sunday proved to be much better, cook...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLabor Day Breakfast in the Park, a 65-year-old Martinsburg tradition, continued Monday with more than 500 diners sitting down to breakfast under the park’s main pavilion. “It’s our single War Memorial Park fundraiser of the year,”...
email@example.comThe 32nd annual Maugansville Pride Day at Ruritan Park was a gift-buying opportunity for Debbie Tedrick. “I usually (come) to see the craft vendors,” Tedrick said as she and her husband munched on country ham sandwiches and french fries...
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