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Kennedy Krieger Institute announced a new, pilot initiative to help identify the red flags of autism spectrum disorders in infant siblings of children with ASD as early as possible. Research studies have found that for families who have one child with...
email@example.comTeachers and graduates exchanged hugs, high-fives and smiles on-stage Wednesday morning as more than 200 people celebrated the graduation of students from the Washington County Job Development Program and Marshall Street School. As each graduate was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn July, members of a work group created as a result of a measure that passed the Maryland General Assembly earlier this year will start looking at ways to get more information about pesticide use in the state. This group — which will consist of...
Thumbs up to the City of Hagerstown for hosting Tuesday’s Earth Day Celebration at University Plaza. Pangborn Elementary School students heard from Mayor David S. Gysberts, City Engineer Rodney Tissue and Tom Stang of Waste Management about the...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Sports, Arts and Culture, Arts, Earth Day
The Maugansville Ruritan Club announced its scholarship winners from local high schools. Each winner attended a dinner at the club with their parents on April 17 and were presented $1,000 scholarships from Tom Ingram, scholarship chairman. Allison...
By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail " Once I drew like Raphael, but it has taken me a whole lifetime to learn to draw like children." — Pablo Picasso For more than 60 years, in April and May, the Washington County Museum of...
Tags: Artists, Teaching and Learning, Music, Arts, Arts and Culture
To go along with Williamsport’s Civil War preservation project, some changes will be made at the historic site known as Doubleday Hill, accessed at the end of West Salisbury Street. For almost 116 years, the brick mounts that held the Doubleday...
email@example.comSaint James junior midfielder Madison Fahey was all Smithsburg’s girls lacrosse team feared she would be on Saturday afternoon. Fahey had seven goals and two assists, including four scores in the Saints’ game-opening 7-1 run as Saint James...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwice a month, a group of 29 minority students in grades six through 12 meets at the Hagerstown YMCA for support and encouragement to achieve education and career goals. Through interest-related cluster groups, featured speakers and field trips, the...
A book signing will be held Saturday for Dr. Sinclair Grey, motivational speaker, motivator, author and life coach. Stop by the Memorial Recreation Center, 109 W. North Ave., and pick up your copy of his book, “It’s in You” from 1 to...
email@example.comWriter-director Alonso Mayo has had his filmmaker's dream come to fruition: the premiere of his first full-length feature film. "It's exciting," Mayo said during a phone interview from a vacation in Lawrence, Kan. Mayo's film, "The Story of Luke,"...
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April is Autism Awareness month. As many as one in every 50 children is diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. Take time to learn about autism and gain some understanding for these awesome people. Spaghetti dinner Grace United Methodist...
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