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• Air Force Airman Seth A. Gross, son of Austin Gross of Hagerstown, graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. He completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military...
Students and spouses of South Hagerstown High School’s Class of 1961 are invited to lunch at Next Dimensions restaurant on Old National Pike in Hagerstown. The reunion lunch is planned Wednesday, starting at 11 a.m. Mother’s Day Out...
Discovery Station will host Titanic shipbuilding classes Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon with Norm Little, master Titanic shipbuilder, teaching the classes. All materials will be furnished to build a 17-inch Titanic model. Classes are...
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Laurin Smith, a 3rd Class Cadet at the United States Coast Guard Academy, set sail in May aboard America’s Tall Ship, Barque Eagle. This year marks the 75th birthday for Eagle, which was appropriated by the U.S. from Hitler’s Germany at the...
The ninth annual South Hagerstown High School Benefit Golf Tournament was held June 23. The South High Alumni Association would like to thank all of the sponsors and golfers who supported its most successful tournament yet. A special thanks to the...
When The Mariners' Museum embarked on a project to restore pieces from its "boneyard" full of old boats, cannons and anchors via a fund-raising drive it didn't expect the high level of donor response or the amount of anchor-polishing its under-equipped...
Italian yacht builder International Shipyards Ancona, or ISA as it's more commonly known, recently opened an office in Fort Lauderdale to serve as its North American operations. The 12-year-old company specializes in the design, construction and refit of...
Newport News Shipbuilding turned the USS Theodore Roosevelt outside Pier 3 to continue ongoing work on the ship at the Newport News, Va., shipyard.
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Headlines for Friday, May 17, 2013 ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME: 2013 Induction Ceremony Airs Saturday The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony premieres on HBO Saturday at 9pm ET. The show will be repeated several times in coming weeks....
Wherever George Williams goes so does his blue folder. Papers are tucked in neatly while other pages sneak out the edges. The folder is slightly worn and contains copies of his medical records for those skeptics who question his medical history. "Are...
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — After weeks of debate and number-crunching, the Defense Department announced plans Tuesday to furlough about 680,000 of its civilian employees for 11 days through the end of this fiscal year, allowing only limited exceptions for...
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