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email@example.comIn December 2009, two strangers met in the deserted Rio Center Mall in Gaithersburg, Md. A snowstorm had left Dr. Nicholas Orfan of Hagers-town and George Petridis of Slippery Rock, Pa., stranded because of the weather. They were the only two in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWestern Maryland bills itself as the crossroads of the Civil War, which is true enough as far as it goes. But Western Maryland in 1860 was also the crossroads of America, and factions on all sides were competing for our souls. We were the undecideds,...
Movie night Looking for some family fun? Stop by Bridge of Life Church, 14 S. Potomac St., at 7 p.m. Saturday, to watch a movie while eating some free popcorn and a drink. To find out the name of this weekend’s featured movie, call the church,...
I love the idea of putting a baseball stadium right up against a newspaper office building that’s 80 percent windows. What could happen? And while we’re at it, let’s put the new police department shooting range right next to the ward for...
Tags: Willie Mays, Human Interest
“If people are dressing in ways that show no respect for their church, and it is displeasing to the majority of church members, then a dress code could be taken under consideration. The days of men and women in suits, hats and white gloves with...
Tags: Politics, Paul Ryan, White House, PCP, Republican Party
email@example.comThere is a new outlet for local news, weather and other information as The Herald-MailCo. expands into a new format with HMTV6 on Antietam Cable. In addition to reading the newspaper or logging on to The Herald-Mail’s website at www.herald-mail....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown man has been charged by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office with stealing mail from mailboxes at homes and businesses, and also could face federal charges, according to a sheriff’s office news release. Benjamin David Hood, 29,...
I love the classic movie channel for the personal discoveries that it allows a movie fan. Now and then, I’ll see a film I had only vaguely heard about. That was the case recently, when I watched the 1952 movie “Park Row” about...
This Aurora, Colo., event is very disturbing. Massacres don’t occur in civilized countries. Civilized countries have rules, laws and people who rationally solve their differences. Massacres occur in rogue and uncivilized countries like Syria, Iran...
Tags: Firearms, Politics, Laws, Personal Weapon Control, Barack Obama
“I have three words that’ll save this country: ‘Made in America.’” — Hagerstown “Hagerstown caller, not only do you obviously not know the difference between automatic, semi-automatic and single-shot rifles,...
AP National WriterHelen Gurley Brown, the longtime editor of Cosmopolitan magazine who invited millions of women to join the sexual revolution, has died. She was 90. Brown died Monday at a hospital in New York after a brief hospitalization, Hearst CEO Frank A. Bennack,...
Tags: Talk Shows (genre), Rhinoplasty, Sting, David Brown, Celebrities
When most people start a new fitness adventure, it can be a challenge to find a dependable, credible source for effective fitness information that supports your goals. In the modern age, there are almost too many sources of information, which can make...
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