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“Clear Spring caller who doesn’t want government involved in recycling: How do you feel about county government owning and operating a landfill with your tax dollars? Do you also have ‘private options available’ for waste...
Liz Weber GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Liz Weber, a leadership consultant based in Greencastle, released her fourth leadership book: "Something Needs to Change Around Here — The Five Stages to Leveraging Your Leadership." The book provides...
St. Mary Catholic School eighth-graders recently visited Antietam National Battlefield to participate in the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Bridging the Watershed program. The program is used to determine stream health. Students also learned the...
email@example.comAfter months of anticipation, three Maryland national parks have had their grant applications accepted, and the National Park Foundation is giving the parks a total of $39,700 toward improvements and learning projects. According to a press release, the...
It may be summer, but the Hancock High School Band Boosters are already anticipating the new school year. The boosters are holding a car wash Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the high school. Have your car or truck washed and give the boosters a...
Margaret Anderson became a law- enforcement officer with the National Park Service because she wanted to help people, and she put herself in the way of evil on New Year’s Day because of her deep religious faith and love for others, her father told...
Tags: Iraq War (2003-2011), Science, Ken Salazar, Biology, Laws
Associated PressRangers and volunteers somberly embraced as Mount Rainier National Park reopened to the public this weekend following the shooting of a park ranger by an Iraq War veteran. "We're here to take back the mountain today," park spokeswoman Lee Snook said...
Prior to Gettysburg, perhaps just three truly decisive battles had been fought on the North American continent — The British defeat of the French at Quebec in 1759; the 1777 defeat of the British by American forces at Saratoga; and the Battle of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHe's a big dog. That's the first thing you notice as Samson enters the room — all 130 pounds of a solidly built black Labrador retriever. But everything about him demands attention, from his sleek fur to his curiosity and energy. It's his nose,...
Tags: Travel, Politics, Crimes, Assault, Montgomery County (Maryland)
July is truly summertime. We are having some fine blue-sky days but are also experiencing the white-sky, hot and muggy ones that make us long for air-conditioned interiors. Despite the discomfort to us thin-skinned mammals, life in the natural world is...
Tags: Travel, Wildlife, Politics, Government Debt, Natural Resources
With a piece of India n flour bread in his pocket and hopes of becoming a free man in his heart, James W.C. Pennington ran away from Rockland Estate in search of freedom. The so-called fugitive blacksmith would go on to become a minister in Presbyterian...
Hagerstown Police Department Officer Bradley Helman was named officer of the month for August. Helman has been employed with the Hagerstown Police Department for 21 years and is assigned to the Charlie Platoon of the Uniformed Patrol Division. Over...
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