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email@example.comSecond Amendment supporters braved the cold Saturday during a rally in Martinsburg, vowing to never compromise their right to bear arms following a deadly school shooting that has left some lawmakers calling for a ban on certain types of guns. Sidearms...
Lots of local athletes go on to play at the college level, and it is always good to hear of their success. Sydney Parks, a former standout player on the Boonsboro High School volleyball team and now a freshman at Baruch College, helped her team in its...
Julie M. Barr-Strasburg, community chapter executive of the Washington and Western Potomac Edison chapters of the American Red Cross, Chesapeake Region, presented David Kline, external affairs manager for Potomac Edison, with a certificate of appreciation...
OK, so the end of the world didn’t happen. Hmm. Time to regroup. Now what? 1. I guess I have to keep being a nice guy. I have a fantasy of being Bill Murray’s character in “Scrooged” for like a week ... 2. I suppose I...
St. Maria Goretti High School announced its People for Animal Welfare Society recently held a fundraiser to help animals affected by Hurricane Sandy. The club sponsored a “Wear Orange” out-of-uniform day in honor of the official color of...
“We’re going to have to come together and take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of politics.” That was one of many sentences offered by President Obama in the aftermath of the horrific tragedy at...
Thumbs up to the members, families and leaders of Franklin County 4-H, who over the past few weeks collected donations and items to assist those affected by Superstorm Sandy. The items will be delivered to a former Shippensburg, Pa., resident who lives in...
“Potomac Edison: I just want to warn Hagerstown. They charged me a late fee. I have my bill taken out of my checking account automatically every month. I’m going to call them this morning and find out why they’re charging me a late fee...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNearly one month after a devastating storm tore across the Northeast, areas of Staten Island, N.Y., New Jersey and other areas hardest hit by Superstorm Sandy’s deadly winds and waves are still trying to get back on their feet. As the East Coast...
Gardening? In November? December? Yes, there is still plenty you can do to nurture your need to toil in the soil and get your garden ready for its winter rest. First, plant something. If you start amaryllis or paperwhites bulbs now, they should be...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Agriculture, Gardening, Hobbies
“Hagerstown caller, concerning NASCAR, if Jeff Gordon’s so washed up, why is he in the top 10, and in the chase every year? If he keeps finishing in the top five to 10 drivers, that must mean the other 30-plus drivers are really washed up....
Tags: Elections, Barack Obama, Republican Party, NASCAR, DREAM Act
More than 10 weeks after Superstorm Sandy brutalized parts of the heavily populated Northeast, the House approved $50.5 billion in emergency relief for the victims Tuesday night as Republican leaders struggled to close out an episode that exposed...
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