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Riders, communities benefit from trails To the editor: A few weeks ago, more than 240 bike riders and a contingent of support staff visited Washington County as part of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s 2012 Greenway Bike Sojourn. As the people of...
Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission During its recent annual meeting, the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission elected new officers to lead the board of directors. The following members were selected...
firstname.lastname@example.orgArea residents who use the Hagerstown Medical Laboratory’s Downsville Pike location to have blood drawn or other lab work performed will have to find a new place to go, a Meritus Health spokeswoman said Wednesday. The medical laboratory facility at...
email@example.comSchool is all about new things: Students move up a grade at the start of the year and learn more math, science and history while reading and analyzing more sophisticated literature. This school year will be filled with other changes, some of which...
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West Virginia University Hospitals-East’s City Hospital officials celebrated the opening of a new interventional radiology suite Monday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony co-hosted by the Chamber of Commerce of Martinsburg and Berkeley County. The $2...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDennis Miller’s sisters said he often would go somewhere to drink for a while; they wouldn’t see him for a day or two. “He was an alcoholic, but he didn’t stay drunk,” said his twin sister, Dianne Miller. He would stay...
When use becomes abuse: Drug abuse is on the rise and most people can find a stash in their own email@example.comThe newest drug-abuse trend is a bit of a shocker. The drug is legal, and it's found in more than half the homes in the United States. Abuse is so widespread, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies it as an epidemic. Abusers...
Laboratory seemed busy to us To the editor: I am writing concerning the article in The Herald-Mail, Thursday, July 26, titled “Hagerstown Medical Laboratory location to close today.” We live in South Pointe. It’s a community with many...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJune Harris had a heart for nursing. For 33 years, after graduating from Hagerstown Junior College’s nursing program, she worked in her field. She started at Reeders Nursing Home, then got a job as a medical-surgical nurse at Shady Grove Hospital...
West Virginia University Hospitals-East introduced the Epic electronic medical record, or EMR, software at City Hospital and Jefferson Memorial Hospital on Aug. 1. The new EMR is expected to provide many benefits, including improved quality of patient...
Anna’s Paperworks GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Anna’s Paperworks relocated to a larger space on the Greencastle square in April. The shop, at 27 Center Square, is owned by Denise Urban. The shop offers paper, stationery and paper crafts, as...
email@example.comIt hurts to walk. It hurts to sleep. It hurts to hug. And it hurts when people don't understand. You must be a complainer or a hypochondriac, they think. Maybe it's all in your head. You look fine — why don't you get better? If there is a form...
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