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firstname.lastname@example.orgGeraldine Andrews had no idea last year at this time what she was in for in the months to come. She worked as a hair stylist and enjoyed tight-knit relationships with her husband, two daughters and four grandchildren. Then, in August, Andrews, 58, of...
email@example.comCatie Breslin is living proof there have been advances in cystic fibrosis research. When she was born, the average age a person with CF expected to live was age 18. Today, it's 37. That's why the 21-year-old Hagerstown native is hoping that people...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMarcy Fleeharty had no idea her great aunt had multiple sclerosis until only days before Saturday’s Walk MS Hagerstown at Antietam National Battlefield. Fleeharty, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., said she already had decided to take part in Saturday&...
email@example.comOn the surface, Jennifer Poffenberger's life seems fairly normal. She has been married for 22 years, is the mother of two teenage boys and has a full-time job. Like other parents, she's involved in her children's activities and finds time to volunteer...
The Humane Society of Washington County has scheduled rabies, microchip and dog license clinics this year: • Saturday, April 20 — Boonsboro High School, 10 Campus Ave., Boonsboro, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No rabies vaccinations will be available...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBrent Borreson could be spending the night partying with Sting. But instead of attending a celebration with the rock star on Saturday, April 13, he'll be in Hagerstown raising money to fight breast cancer. Borreson, a Redken global artist, will be the...
Administrators substitute teaching bill OK’d by Senate The West Virginia Senate has passed a bill requiring that school administrators serve as substitute teachers for three days each year. The bill passed Wednesday gives exemptions to county...
email@example.comHer strength and energy have diminished and her symptoms have become more pronounced. But that hasn't stopped Judy Kinzer Ramer from hanging tough in the biggest fight of her life. She needs a new liver. There is no whining, no complaining, no self-...
The trend of swapping disposable grocery bags for reusable cloth and plastic-lined bags has become a popular choice. Reusable bags reduce waste but there are food safety concerns to consider. Certain foods, such as raw produce, meat, poultry and fish...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAmericans live in a food paradise. Food is generally plentiful, cheap and made to be convenient. And, despite the occasional food-poisoning event, the food supply is consistently safe to eat. Government food-safety regulations limit amounts of...
It turns out this year’s flu shot is doing a startlingly dismal job of protecting senior citizens, the most vulnerable age group. The vaccine is proving only 9 percent effective in people 65 and older against the harsh strain of the flu that is...
“Winning isn’t everything, but it sure beats coming in second.” That famous quote was often used by Bear Bryant as he coached and made a perennial winner out of the University of Alabama football team. Bryant and his players won 323...
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