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The intersection of guns and mental illness To the editor: I am intrigued by George Michael’s response to the Aurora, Colo., movie massacre (Aug. 4). I certainly agree that the rapid police response saved lives, especially by preventing a...
email@example.comChild care providers, mothers and the concerned public gathered Friday morning in front of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library to rally against West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s proposed budget cuts to child care subsidies to poor...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRonald Lyles and his wife, Ellen, brought their adopted son A.J. out for some fun at Yogi Bear’s Water Zone Sunday and the 11-year-old was ready to go. A.J. was diagnosed as being autistic when he was about 3 years old. His father said it is...
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email@example.comGov. Earl Ray Tomblin Tuesday renewed a pledge to financially support the South Berkeley Recreation Center project, but declined to specify how much money he would make available. The $2.1 million bid by Smithsburg-based Roy C. Kline Contractors was...
The True Grit Award is presented to a senior student-athlete from each high school located in Washington County and a second-year student at Hagerstown Community College who has demonstrated the ability to overcome hardship to become or remain a member of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen the sun goes down, anxiety sets in. Howard Burch is haunted by sounds, smells, horror and grief. After the 1983 suicide bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, Burch was among the U.S. Marines on body detail. “We had to go in and...
email@example.comBlues guitarist Ronnie Earl said he is counting the days until his performance next month at the 17th annual Western Maryland Blues Fest. His Saturday, June 2, appearance will mark his first in Hagerstown. "I usually take an air trip every year to a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThrough shared stories, hugs, tears and candlelight, a group of 40 people Tuesday night remembered loved ones lost to suicide and tried to raise awareness about the issue. The Mental Health Association of Franklin and Fulton Counties hosted its seventh...
email@example.comThe medical license of celebrated Hagerstown physician and Community Free Clinic founder Dr. Martin W. Gallagher Jr. was suspended April 17 over concerns about his prescription of narcotics to addicts, but the suspension was lifted eight days later, state...
Autism Speaks will mark World Autism Awareness Day on Monday, April 2, and is asking communities to Light It Up Blue to help shine a light on autism. Whether it’s your front porch, City Hall, an office party or a banquet, the world is going...
Tags: Education, Diabetes, Autism, Colleges and Universities, Health
firstname.lastname@example.orgGov. Earl Ray Tomblin was in Martinsburg Thursday to take part in a bill-signing ceremony for substance abuse legislation. Tomblin said he also intends to fill the 23rd Judicial Circuit vacancy created by Judge Gina M. Groh’s appointment to the...
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