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In response to Lions International President Wing-Kum Lam's request that each Lions Club participate in the one million tree-planting program, Lions District Gov. Steven Finger presented Sharpsburg Lions President Shelva Jean Lohman the first evergreen...
Dale Beverly Sipes, 82, of Little Orleans, Md., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center with his family by his side. Born Nov. 22, 1928, in Little Orleans, he was the son of the late Irvin Asbury Sipes and Clara...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLast month, Kelly Conboy of Frederick, Md., heard the words: "You have breast cancer." On Saturday, three of Conboy's riding friends and more than 60 others saddled up for Ride the Trail to a Cure, an 8 1/2-mile horse ride through Michaux State Forest...
Tags: Leukemia, Breast Cancer, Health, Human Interest, Cancer
Washington County will waive some of its permit application and plan review fees next week as part of a customer appreciation week for residential construction customers, county spokeswoman Sarah Lankford Sprecher said. From Oct. 10 to 14, the county's...
The St. Jude Benefit Trail Ride and Dog Walk held Oct. 1 at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center raised more than $1,400 for St. Jude Research Hospital for Children. The theme was “Travel Around the World.” Egyptian pyramids,...
Tags: Forests, Natural Resources
Ronald Gelain Antill, 80, of 1036 The Terrace, Hagerstown, Md., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Born Sunday, March 22, 1931, in Cameron, W.Va., he was the son of the late Perry Antill and the late Bernice...
email@example.comThe freshly killed deer were piled up outside the "barn" at Holsinger's Meat Market Saturday, the first day of rifle season for deer in Maryland. By 2 p.m., business along Maugans Avenue had received more than 60 deer to be processed, Richie Holsinger...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA stuffed frog is attached to the wall, which is decorated in a rain forest theme. Books for children from babies up to school-age students sit in shelves, waiting to lead children on a reading adventure. Members of a local chapter of the Girls Scout...
Capital Camps of Rouzerville, Pa., has applied for conditional use permission from the Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors to build a retreat center on its property. The new facility would have an open conference room and rooms in which people could...
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email@example.comIn response to a neighbor’s concerns about noise, the Washington Township (Pa.) Planning Commission has delayed its decision about how Capital Camps & Retreat Center should be allowed to expand. The planning commission hosted a hearing Monday...
Tags: Washington, DC
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Capital Camps & Retreat Center official urged the Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors on Monday to approve a conditional-use permit for a new conference center. David Phillips, Capital Camps’ president and CEO, told the board during a public...
Town to request blanket permit to trim trees FUNKSTOWN — Funkstown is getting a cost estimate to trim trees that are causing hazardous traffic conditions, such as tree branches blocking stop signs and traffic signals, town officials said this week....
Tags: Maryland, Science, Ocean City, Regional Authority, Botany
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