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The year 2012 begins in splendid fashion in Washington County, as thousands of people line up to sign a petition that would make this our Best Year Ever. The only caveat is that this proposition would have to be approved by Maryland voters, although...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMore than 200 members of convention and visitors bureaus from across West Virginia are in Shepherdstown this week to network and talk about tourism. U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., was the keynote speaker Tuesday, the second day of the three-day...
email@example.comLabor Day might be an American holiday, but Hagerstown resident Jack Martin, who has traveled to every state in the country except for North Dakota, will be leaving the country for part of the holiday weekend with his wife. “We’re going to...
Editor's note: With 2011 drawing to a close, The Herald-Mail took a look back at some of the stories the newspaper published during the year. We will follow up on some of those stories each day through Saturday to provide a glimpse of what happened next....
The Boonsboro High School Marching Band had a good showing at this past weekend’s Atlantic Coast Championships as a bronze medal finalist. Senior Drum Major Kacey Clark was named Best Drum Major for the second year in a row, and received a...
Legislators retained golden parachutes in pension plan To the editor: Do you realize our part-time Maryland state legislators have a pension? Each state senator and delegate receives a salary of $43,500. Each contributes 5 percent of that salary...
A unique new haunted attraction opening this summer at a small United Kingdom theme park will combine a walk-through horror maze featuring live actors with a dark ride journey inside an abandoned mine shaft. The Hobs Pit maze and ride is set to open...
Don Welsh, Chicago's top convention and tourism salesman, early this month embarked on one of the most high-wire sales trips of his tenure here — flying to rival Las Vegas in an attempt to win back the National Hardware Show, once a cornerstone...
From the outside, Disney World's famed topiaries are elaborate greenery shaped into characters in playful poses to entertain theme-park guests. From the inside, they are engineering marvels, architectural challenges, math problems and horticultural...
The lavish Carnival banquets already are under way at Antoine's Restaurant, the parading clubs are finalizing their ornate processions and the reviewing stands are in place along St. Charles Avenue. Everything, in other words, looks to be ready for the...
After a three-week closure to complete safety work, the popular Space Mountain attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim is expected to reopen this weekend. Disneyland voluntarily closed the 36-year-old ride April 13 after state regulators, investigating...
This post has been updated. See below for details.State regulators have reduced the fines and the number of citations against Disneyland over safety requirements for maintenance crews working on Space Mountain. The state Division of Occupational Safety and Health last month issued fines of $234,850...
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