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firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter Pulitzer Prize-winning author James M. McPherson spoke to a large crowd about the Battle of Antietam for about 45 minutes Sunday night, Ed Bearss approached the podium and jokingly thanked his longtime friend for his “preliminary remarks&...
Name: M. Albert Morningstar Age: 65 Cities of residence: Fayetteville, Pa., and Mission, Texas Occupation: Retired attorney Book titles in the trilogy: "Murder At The PBR," "Murder At The PRCA" and "Murder At The NFR" (available in the fall) Genre:...
email@example.comFor more than 50 years, Don C. Wood had two passions — his roses and collecting and writing the history of Berkeley County, W.Va., its people, its historic properties and its way of life. Wood, who died Sunday after a brief illness, was born in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe late Garnet W. Jex, artist and illustrator, was a man of impeccable detail. Of his 50 watercolors in possession by the Sharpsburg Historical Society, Jex's detail goes beyond his brushstrokes. Vernell Doyle, society president, points out the notes...
email@example.comHighly decorated World War II veteran and best-selling author Col. Glenn Frazier was on a mission of sorts Friday when he stopped by Greencastle-Antrim High School. The 88-year-old veteran and POW traveled with his wife, Terri, from Alabama to...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students, Japan, Human Rights, Politics
Name: G.M. Corrigan Age: 65 City in which you reside: Frederick, Md. Day job: Freelance writer Book title: "Chasing Chickens: A Love Story" Genre: Literary fiction Synopsis of book: Set in the 1980s, "Chasing Chickens: A Love Story" is...
Special to The Herald-MailSome people use the phrase, "friends forever," but what they don't know is where that friendship will take them. For Gloria O'Donnell of St. Thomas, Pa., a freelance writer, columnist and photographer, a friendship with former President Bill Clinton...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Authors, Elections, Human Interest, White House
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s often said that if you really want to find ways to improve your business, ask an employee. At its Hagerstown plant, Volvo did ask — and the result is “significant savings,” according to company representatives. At the...
email@example.comScenes for “Moving Mountains,” a movie being produced about a southern West Virginia woman’s real-life struggle to make coal-mining practices better in the state, are expected to be filmed at the historic Berkeley County Courthouse. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAuthor Tim Wendel said one of the keys to being a successful writer is having friends who push you to the limit. Wendel is the author of “Summer of ‘68: The Season When Baseball, and America, Changed Forever,” a nonfiction book about...
“Between the Covers” is the theme for this year’s Adult Summer Reading Club at the branches of the Washington County Free Library. The club is open to adults ages 18 and older and runs through Aug. 24. Pick up a club kit and sign up at...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Libraries
Several authors claim in a federal lawsuit that Maryland-based book publisher PublishAmerica deceived them with false marketing claims that included offering to show summaries of their works to “Harry Potter” creator J.K. Rowling. The three...
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