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The Rural Heritage Museum will hold a garden tour Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors can spend the day traveling around the area, exploring the gardens. Gardens on the tour include the Tomlin Gardens in Boonsboro and The Sharing...
email@example.comHagerstown resident Rick Curry did not hide his opposition Monday to the expansion of gambling in Maryland. “People have enough addictions already,” he said. “We have lotteries, tip jars and scratch-offs.” Curry, 50, was among...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo Hagerstown men accused of shooting a Frederick, Md., man multiple times at a club in Berkeley County over the weekend waived extradition Monday in Washington County District Court. Leon William Racks, 29, of 69 West Side Ave., and Joseph Wayne...
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email@example.comDuring the weekdays, Steve Harris of Martinsburg, W.Va., is at the helm of his residential commercial contracting company. But many weeknights and most weekends, the 42-year-old can be found strumming away on his guitar as part of the band Circa Blue....
Following are the responses to three questions The Herald-Mail posed to candidates for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District seat. The candidates were asked to limit their responses to 75 words. Those responses that exceeded that limit were edited....
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeated side by side at a candidates forum Monday morning, Democratic Congress hopefuls John Delaney and Robert J. Garagiolatook a break from their recent attacks on each other. On Monday morning, in a forum largely free of negative comments, Democrats in...
Hagerstown a city of disposable infrastructure To the editor: In a way, it makes sense to build a stadium in a new location rather than rebuilding at the current location. It is a big step in keeping some of the city’s biggest eyesores together....
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“I think everyone should read Wally McClure’s letter in the Saturday Herald-Mail, concerning his wishes for the Suns to leave Hagerstown ... to whoever wants them, or let them buy the land and build their own stadium. Very well put. It...
email@example.comThe redrawn lines of Maryland’s 6th Congressional District could end a 20-year wait for area Democrats looking to regain a long sought-after seat in theU.S. House of Representatives, a member of the Washington County Democratic Central Committee...
Former railway could be used for commuter service To the editor: I see that fourth on the City of Hagerstown’s list of transportation priorities is the recreational trail following the old rail right-of-way from Hagerstown to Weverton. I think...
Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau Director of Sales Betsy DeVore recently attended the American Bus Marketplace 2012 in Grapevine, Texas. DeVore held sales appointments with more than 35 tour operators while at the show....
firstname.lastname@example.orgPolled on the eve of a critical vote, many of Winchester, Va.’s city councilmembers expressed serious reservations about a proposed stadium project to bring the Hagerstown Suns to Winchester. Their decision Tuesday on a stadium land transfer will...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Baseball, Elections, Politics, Sports
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