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Brook Lane Health Services is hosting the seminar, "Women's Mental Health: Unique Challenges" from 8 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. Friday, April 27. The seminar will be held at Brook Lane, 13218 Brooklane Drive, Hagerstown, in the Community Room. Mental illnesses...
Tags: Symptoms, Health, Mental Health
AP Television WriterCBS newsman Mike Wallace, the dogged, merciless reporter and interviewer who took on politicians, celebrities and other public figures in a 60-year career highlighted by the on-air confrontations that helped make “60 Minutes” the most...
email@example.comThe students enrolled in Wilson College’s nationally recognized equestrian programs often can be found in the dirtiest and smelliest learning environments on campus. They prefer it that way. “You’re physically working with horses and...
The American Indian has never been the same since the white man landed on the shores of this continent many moons ago. Even today they continue to experience those pains of yesterday. On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation located in the southern part of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new nonprofit group that intends to tackle substance abuse and addiction among young people in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle has won approval to occupy the third floor of the historic Berkeley County Courthouse. Formed Dec. 28, American...
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email@example.comThe average person seeking services from the Franklin County (Pa.) Shelter for the Homeless is younger than the those who sought assistance several years ago, the shelter coordinator said Sunday. The shelter is most often serving people who are about...
“Oh, Lord, Professor Allan Powell has read another book, and has given his usual slanted book report. This time he claims that you have to be crazy in order to be a good leader. Wow.” — Smithsburg “How soon we forget. It wasn&...
Everyone seems to have an opinion about what makes a good leader. But when it comes to selecting one, one’s presumed wisdom can often get in the way. Finding a leader who thinks more of others than self, makes good decisions and prevails in a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Homeless Coalition is seeking volunteers and donors to help with a March 3 Homelessness Resource Day in Hagerstown, coalition President Cindy Hockenbury said. The coalition plans to bring together as many local service providers...
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email@example.comMom shrugged. "No comment," the woman said when asked by Assistant Public Defender Brian Hutchison in Washington County juvenile court if she agreed that her son would be better off remaining in foster care. Her 13-year-old son, one of hundreds who find...
A missing "project lifesaver" client was found in the Back Creek Valley area in Berkeley County, W.Va., after a brief search Thursday afternoon, the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office said. Project Lifesaver is a program that assists families and...
Turning Point Real Estate FREDERICK, Md. — Kristi Jacobs Woods recently joined the office of Turning Point Real Estate, a real estate services company in the Greater Washington Metropolitan Real Estate Market. Woods is a residential sales...
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