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firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown man who pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court to distribution of marijuana was sentenced to a year in the county detention center. Washington County Circuit Judge John H. McDowell sentenced Timothy Wayne Mose Jr., 30,...
Brook Lane Brook Lane has added three members to its medical staff over the past several months: • CB Benway is a nurse practitioner certified in family mental health. She is working with children, adolescents and families on an outpatient...
Baby Blues and Beyond will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 6, at Robinwood Professional Center, 11110 Medical Campus Road, Suite 142, east of Hagerstown. Learn about symptoms, risk factors, and medications during pregnancy and the postpartum...
Tags: Health, Depression
email@example.comThere are no red suits, snowy white beards or a sleigh pulled by eight reindeer. But for the small group of Washington County volunteers, the mission is the same as the jolly old elf’s — to deliver holiday cheer. They are part of...
Providing Relief for Autistic Youth Inc., in partnership with Hagerstown Community College, will hold an autism awareness training program Thursday, April 19. There will be two sessions offered. The morning session is geared toward autism awareness...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs 6-year-old Hannah Wetzel signed and spoke a full sentence, tears dripped down her personal care assistant's cheeks. "This is a sink," Hannah said with guidance from her teacher and an iPad program. Hannah, who has Down syndrome, was a nonverbal...
Tags: Down Syndrome, Autism, Health, Students, Apple iPad
email@example.comA 62-year-old Hagerstown woman is having a difficult time this Christmas season. The woman, who would only give her first name as Vicky, said she always spent Christmas with her sister. But her sister committed suicide on Halloween. "Christmas doesn't...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Mother's Day, Suicide, Holidays, Suicide
firstname.lastname@example.orgHe thought it was the doldrums. But it seemed to happen every fall, when the quick summer of sunlight was replaced with the slow-motion months of boring gray. The landscape was brown, the trees were bare and darkness appeared early. Some people...
email@example.comThirty-one steep steps in an old building at 104 E. Washington St. lead criminal offenders into a facility that, if they obey the rules, will keep them out of jail. The Jefferson County office of the Berkeley/Jefferson Day Report Center opened in August....
Tags: Prisons, Behavioral Conditions, Prisons, Prosecution, Health
Several years ago I had the good fortune to hear a neurologist give a professional paper about his post-mortem study of three historic figures with the goal of finding what relationship (if any) might exist between leadership and a nagging physical...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTrainer Dennis Debbaudt walked up to a student in the front row and leaned in, speaking a few inches from his face during a training session Thursday for about 50 law-enforcement officials and emergency responders at Hagerstown Community College. He said...
email@example.comThe case of a Hagerstown teenager charged with attempted murder will remain in adult court after Washington County Circuit Judge John H. McDowell on Tuesday denied a defense request to transfer it to juvenile court. Matthew David Smith, 18, of 321 N....
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