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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....
Just because it's called nonfiction doesn't mean it's a "nonread." Our nonfiction collection contains great material for children, which just happens to be educational, too. "Me . . . Jane," by Patrick McDonnell (ages birth to 5) In his characteristic...
firstname.lastname@example.orgU.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito Tuesday led a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new access road into the Tabler Station Business Park that’s under construction in Berkeley County. The ceremony was held in the main terminal building at the Eastern...
U.S. ranking for infant mortality is shocking To the editor: Did you find the latest infant mortality rankings shocking? I did. The United States ranked 37th with 6.37 deaths per 1,000 live births. We ranked below bankrupt Greece, impoverished Cuba, and...
Come out tonight and get your Friday night dinner at Second Christian Church, 65 W. North Ave., from 4 to 7 p.m. Choose fried fish or fried chicken. Both meals are accompanied with homes fries or french fries, soda or water. The meal costs $5. It is eat...
“This is in response to the baseball stadium, senior citizens, and anything else that the people don’t want in Hagerstown. You know, we could have had a NASCAR race track in Hagerstown, outside of Hagerstown, but people didn’t want it....
Girls Inc. fundraiser reflects interests of supporters To the editor: The board of directors of Girls Inc. is pleased to host the third annual “Grapes for Girls” Wine Tasting fundraiser on Oct. 15 at Cortland Mansion in Hagerstown. This event...
A Washington County Circuit Court judge Tuesday sentenced a woman with a previous narcotics-distribution conviction to seven years in prison after she pleaded guilty to distribution of crack cocaine. "You could be a poster child here today for the...
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email@example.comA mix of pharmaceuticals and vodka took the toddler's mother away from her. The young woman had started young, fell fast and, in her reckless prime, swallowed, drank and smoked anything available. She spent years going in and out of rehab —...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSeveral area women spent most of Sunday at War Memorial Park promoting awareness of a cause about which they care deeply. It was the first Avon Foundation for Women’s Speak Out Against Domestic Violence Campaign in the area, said Jolinda Vishio, an...
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