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firstname.lastname@example.orgHarold Dean Smith Jr. had one tooth broken off and another cracked in an October car crash, but he had no dental insurance and more pressing medical needs at the time. On Saturday, he emerged from one of the exam rooms at The Bye Center on...
email@example.comForensic experts testifying in Washington County Circuit Court on Thursday linked Darrol Sands’ DNA and fingerprints to the scene of the 2008 murder of Carol Marie Brown, although DNA from other unidentified men was also found in her Hagerstown...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe first of serial rapist Pov Srun's known crimes became the last to be prosecuted when the former Hagerstown man pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court to the 1998 rape of a Smithsburg woman. "I deserve to never breathe another...
Tags: Health, Trials, Criminals, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials
Rail trail in south end of Washington County a great idea To the editor: I heartily commend Tim Rowland and Marguerite Klein for their informed endorsement of the proposed Civil War Rail Trail. It seems to me especially significant that Ms. Klein is a...
email@example.comAnetta Jackson begins most days as she ends them — reading. Fiction, nonfiction, magazines, newspapers. It doesn't matter. She always has had a love of the written word, the Hagerstown woman said. Now retired, Jackson, 68, has even more time to...
A reported case of tuberculosis at an area high school has made headlines. Tuberculosis, or TB, bacteria are spread through the air. When a person with active TB disease of the lungs or throat coughs, sneezes, or speaks, people nearby might breathe in...
Tags: Health, Coughing, Symptoms, Chills, Lungs and Airways
firstname.lastname@example.orgThink of your house. You want it to be uncluttered, well-maintained, secure and supplied with power and water. Now think of your body. Just like your house, you want to keep it well-maintained, keep fuel and water coming in and keep invaders out. Now,...
email@example.comDr. Roy A. Himelfarb doesn’t like having a big fuss made over him. But on Friday, the spotlight landed squarely on him when Summit Health named its outpatient surgery center in his honor. After a short ceremony attended by about 100 of Himelfarb&...
Chambersburg (Pa.) Hospital CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Chambersburg Hospital’s laboratory received accreditation from the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation of the College of American Pathologists, or CAP, following an on-site inspection. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDrs. Fred and Rebecca Bye believe no one should be ashamed to smile. But for many people, a simple grin doesn't come easily. There is the embarrassment of discoloration and the pain caused by decay. There are loose teeth and infections. And there is...
Sarah Elaine Chandlee Smith, lovingly called Sue, of Hagerstown died Monday, Dec. 5, 2011, at Fairfax INOVA Hospital, Fairfax, Va., after a three-and-a-half-year courageous battle against lung cancer and several bouts of pneumonia. Her true grit was...
email@example.comAn effort to replace the 500 units of blood given to a Charles Town woman over her lifetime already is showing promise that it will succeed, the woman's husband said Wednesday. Lee Snyder, whose wife, Cynthia, died July 6 at the age of 58 after a...
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