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Coldwell Banker Premier Properties WINCHESTER, Va. — Stuart Sinclair recently joined Coldwell Banker Premier Properties’ Winchester office at 1682 South Pleasant Valley Road as a real estate salesperson. Sinclair has more than 30 years...
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Bloomington (Ind.) Herald-TimesIndiana University will collaborate with Schurz Communications, an Indiana-based multimedia company and parent company of The Herald-Mail, on an innovation challenge beginning this semester. Hoosier undergraduates, graduate students and faculty will be...
Mary Arlen Allen, 90, of Hagerstown, Md., died Tuesday, April 17, 2012, at Fahrney-Keedy Memorial Home in Boonsboro, Md. Born Jan. 25, 1922, in Naperville, Ill., she was the daughter of the late Homer H. and Mazie M. Jennings Arlen. She received her...
During this sesquicentennial commemoration of America’s Civil War, there will be much said and written about the historically great and not so great from that time. Locally, the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts will conduct an exhibit, “...
email@example.comFresh-faced college graduates, veteran educators and a career-changing grandmother are among the more than 80 new teachers attending the New Teachers Academy for Washington County Public Schools this week. "I was volunteering in my grandson's...
As a result of this year’s successful AAUW used book sale, the Hagerstown Branch of the American Association of University Women was able to award 13 scholarships to Washington County students. First-time recipients are Jenna Hull from Hancock...
Shepherd University Professor Jason Best was the featured speaker for the Martha Wehrle Opening Lecture on Thursday, June 30, at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences in downtown Charleston, W.Va., as part of the 2011 National Youth Science Camp...
INDIANA, Pa. — Meagan Graff of Hagerstown was named to the dean’s list for the second straight semester at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Graff is enrolled in the College of Fine Arts as a music education major. She also is president of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJazz bassist Larry Ridley lives by many mantras, including one taught to him by his mother: “Once you stop learning, you’re dead.” It’s a phrase that during his 50-plus years touring the world, Ridley has put into practice in...
Breast Cancer Awareness Cumberland Valley awarded scholarships to four Tri-State area students. The students chosen have had their lives affected by breast cancer through a family member who has dealt with a diagnosis and treatment of the disease. -...
email@example.comGazing up into a night sky, it's easy to get swept off into the heavens. Thousands of stars appear, like diamonds on velvet, with more graduations of intensity than the naked eye can perceive. Rod Martin was no more than 5 years old when he peered...
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