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Author and historian Tom Clemens will speak at Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park’s Sunday Circle at Ferry Hill Place Sunday, followed by a guided bike tour. From noon to 1 p.m., Clemens will speak about the Battle of Shepherdstown,...
Tags: Breads, Arts and Culture, Movies, Entertainment
The Paramount Elementary School PTAwill hold its 14th annual Panthers Pride Walk-A-Thon on Wednesday. It is the major fundraiser for the PTA, allowing it to provide activities and programs to enrich the students’ learning experience. The walkathon...
Hello dear friends, and welcome fall. I simply adore the chill in the mornings, and the ability to open the windows and let the outside in. School is now a routine and Friday nights are for high school football. Here are a few other things happening...
Hancock’s Canal-Apple Days Festival is once again on the horizon, and the Hancock Lions Club, the sponsoring group, is seeking vendors and parade entries. This popular annual event starts with a grand parade, east to west along Main Street,...
Sharpsburg Elementary will hold back to school nights Monday, Aug. 20, at 5:30 p.m. for grades prekindergarten, kindergarten, grade one and grade two. On Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 5:30 p.m., sessions are designated for grades three, four and five. ...
The Emma K. Doub Elementary School PTA Family Night at Monkey Joe’s will be Tuesday from 3 to 7 p.m. Canine games night to be held Jan. 25 Due to a scheduling conflict, the Peaceable Paws dog-training center in Fairplay is moving this month&...
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A former elementary school Parent Teacher Association (PTA) treasurer was arrested Friday after police said she stole thousands of dollars from the school’s funds. Candace Cadwell, 34, was charged with one count of theft, a class D felony....
The Russell Francis Tonoloway Fishing Rodeo takes place Saturday at Tonoloway Lake on Woodmont Road just west of Hancock. Those ages 13 and younger can fish from 8 to 11 a.m. There will be prizes, food available. Organized by Tonoloway Rod and Gun...
Tags: Schools, Lifestyle and Leisure, Rodeo, Concerts, Entertainment
Maugansville Elementary School’s principal, Archie Van Norden, will retire at the end of this month after working for 36 years in Washington County Public Schools. He wants Maugansville residents to know that he felt honored to be selected as the...
Antietam Masonic Lodge 197 A.F and A.M. in Keedysville presented a 70-year pin to Glenn C. Haynes Tuesday, April 3. The 70-year pin was presented to Haynes by Gerald Piepiora, the worshipful deputy grand master of Masons for the Grand Lodge of Maryland....
Submitted photo As part of the Washington County Public School exhibit, students receive recognition for their art work that is displayed at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts. By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail "What is...
Tags: Opera (genre), Schools, Artists, John F. Kennedy, Education
The Western Heights Middle School Parent Teacher Student Association is kicking off its Spring into Books Fair, which will be March 23 to 29. Students will bring home order forms as well as be able to shop in the book fair during school hours. The...
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