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I wonder what grounding looked like in the 1920s. What items or privileges were restricted? "Young man, hand over the stick. There will be no stick ball and no fishing." And what did kids get grounded for? Were they lighting matches or dressing like...
Princeton offers significant financial aid to students To the editor: It was great to read “To Harvard from here? Yes, it is possible” by Spence Perry (Nov. 14). It is unfortunate that qualified students in Washington County continue to...
Antietam Historical Association will sponsor its second annual Spring Garden Fest from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Antietam Farm, 8076 Lyons Road. Spring Garden Fest includes nature walks, musical performances, homemade refreshments and horse-...
Retired U.S. Army Col. Henry Loose Miller, 99, of Hagerstown, died Thursday, April 5, 2012, at Homewood Retirement Center, Williamsport. Born June 12, 1912, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Dr. Victor and Nellie (Loose) Miller of Hagerstown....
Frank Edgar Brumback M.D., 89, of Jacksonville, N.C., died Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011, at his home. Doc, as he was known, graduated from Hagerstown High School, Class of 1939, Mercersburg Academy, Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. His...
James Edgar Byron, 83, former president of the W.D. Byron and Sons Tannery in Williamsport, Md., died Saturday evening at his home in Shepherdstown, W.Va., surrounded by his family. Mr. Byron was the son of William Devereux Byron II and Katharine...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Astonishing” is how Christopher L. Webber characterizes James W.C. Pennington, a slave at the Rockland Estate south of Hagerstown in the 1800s who escaped and went on to become a Presbyterian minister and delegate to international...
The Hartford CourantA Farmington High School student is among the elite high school students chosen as a U.S. Presidential Scholar for 2013. Only 141 students from across the country are chosen for this distinction, and Farmington High School senior Tyler Hoffmann is among...
John Woods Carpenter Jr., 88, of Walloon Lake, Mich., and Orange City, Fla., died Wednesday, May 8, 2013, in Orange City, Fla., as a result of kidney and heart failure. From birth, he had spent his summers at Walloon Lake and moved there permanently...
An American woman arrives in China to retrace the steps of her deceased daughter from a video diary the daughter kept of her trip to the 2008 Beijing Olympics. A young flautist travels to Beijing to audition for a conservatory. A seamstress for a...
West HartfordTwo Kingswood Oxford seniors: Stephanie Fagbemi and Brenda Winn, have recently been honored for extraordinary service by prestigious organizations. Winn, daughter of Marcia and Kevin Winn of Newington, is one of four students awarded a $1,000 United...
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