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Invite your neighbors to "pack the park" for National Night Out on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m., a fun event planned to heighten crime- and drug-prevention awareness. The Pavilion 3 area of Byron Memorial Park will be filled with emergency vehicles,...
“Hmm, with the considerable amount of money that has been pumped into ‘education,’ and the BOE always more being grasping for more, I see where no less than 17 of our county schools have received a ‘failing’ grade for...
email@example.comIt might not be the subject of fundraisers and walk-a-thons. But make no mistake, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Like cancer, AIDS, heart disease and a host of other medical maladies, influenza can be a killer. On average, flu...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor most of her adult life, Debra Dieterich has lived without health insurance. She doesn't remember a time when she didn't worry about developing a serious illness, having to have surgery or spending an extended amount of time in a hospital. It's...
email@example.comA jury of seven men and five women will resume deliberations today in Washington County Circuit Court in the case of Darrol Sands, a former Hagerstown man accused of the 2008 murder of Carol Marie Brown. In their closing arguments Thursday, Assistant...
Tags: DNA, Biotechnology Industry, Trials, Prosecution, Human Body
Fruit growers in seven Eastern states have a new weapon for fighting the brown marmorated stink bug. The Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday it has granted an emergency exemption allowing orchards in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North...
When young guys start training for muscle, they usually go about it the entirely wrong way. They usually do too much too often and end up injured or discouraged. I was a skinny kid who was pretty fortunate to have had a few good early influences to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA serial rapist with convictions in Montgomery County, Md., and Franklin County, Pa., has been indicted by a grand jury in a sexual assault committed 13 years ago in Washington County. Pov Srun, 40, formerly of Hagerstown, was indicted Friday on...
Events and programs at senior citizens centers in the Tri-State area: Maryland Francis Murphy 20014 Rosebank Way, Hagerstown 240-313-9300, ext. 154 - Lunch served Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11:30 a.m.; and Wednesday at 11 a.m. -...
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email@example.comA new year means new federal and state laws with which employers must comply, including regulations for an alphabet soup of programs in health care, genetic information and employee credit checks. "Legislative stuff can be a little tedious," Janice B....
Hagerstown Community College’s Mathematics and Science Division will a host a Biotechnology Summer Institute information night at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, at HCC’S Career Programs Building, room 213. Participants will have an opportunity to...
Federal health regulators are limiting a key ingredient found in Vicodin, Percocet and other prescription painkillers that have been linked to thousands of cases of liver damage each year. The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it will cap the...
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