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Dr. Carl Pedersen MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Dr. Carl Pedersen will retire from the practice of dentistry, effective Dec. 20. A native of Canada who earned his degree from Georgetown Dental School, Pedersen has served Mercersburg and surrounding area...
Ronald L. Ross, died Friday, Dec. 7, at his home in Hagerstown. He was 65 years old. Mr. Ross was an accounting professor at Frostburg State University from 1982 to 2012. For the last 10 years of his career, he served as the MBA coordinator at the...
West Virginia University Hospitals-East MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Dr. Timothy Orphanides, gastroenterologist, has joined the medical staff at City Hospital and opened WVUH-East Gastroenterology in Martinsburg on Oct. 1. Board-certified in...
email@example.comHe won five Grammys in 1981, the same year he picked up a Golden Globe and an Oscar, but Christopher Cross makes it clear that his biggest accomplishment is being a father of three. "(My children) are what I'm most proud of. I've tried to raise three...
West Virginia has some of the strictest limits on exempting children from vaccines required before they can attend school. Some parents are lobbying the Legislature to change that, while public health officials warn that the state already suffers low...
Albert Donus, 86, of Jamestown, N.Y., and Hagerstown, Md., died Saturday, May 19, 2012, at UPMC Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pa., after a brief illness. A native of Paterson, N.J., he was born July 12, 1925, the son of the late Albert and Minnie Breen...
Insurance companies care for profits, not health To the editor: Many big insurance companies have stopped giving insurance policies to all children so they can make an end run around the Affordable Health Care Act’s requirement that they cannot...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAndy Warhol once said, "In the future, everybody will be world famous for 15 minutes." Hagerstown native Maggie-Kate Coleman is on the brink to have more than just a few minutes of fame. Coleman, 32, has written the book and lyrics to the new whodunit...
email@example.comSeveral meanings can be found in the title of the musical "Pop!" by Hagerstown native Maggie-Kate Coleman. It references the show's subject — Andy Warhol, the artist who gave us pop art. It is also the sound that nearly ended his life. But "Pop!...
By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail What does New York painter William Clutz have in common with Washington County Commissioner Jeff Cline? They each have a keen memory of exhibiting their childhood art at the Washington County Museum...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs a child, Meg Cabot was a Disney princess worshipper. Her favorite fairy tale was "Beauty and the Beast," she had a Snow White cake for her sixth birthday and remembers drawing Cinderella endlessly on her notepads. Today, Cabot is watching her own...
email@example.comRichard Marx is an artist who writes what he feels. At the age of 23, the Illinois native had been in the entertainment industry long enough to know that nothing was sacred in L.A. "I already had kind of a chip on my shoulder," he recalled last week...
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