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A pregnant Hagerstown woman injured in a traffic accident in Halfway Saturday died Tuesday afternoon at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Medical Center in Baltimore, according to a hospital spokesman. Beth Ann Faulder, 26, of Glenside Avenue, was 22 weeks...
Many of us have lived a full life without hearing or using the word "personhood." Now we seem to be inundated with its usage in the context of business and biology. Since it has been recruited for use in the service of self-interest and ideology, we would...
email@example.comEdna Haines never stood more than 5 feet tall and seldom tipped the scale beyond 100 pounds, earning her the lifelong nickname of “Skeets,” an abbreviated form of the word for the tiny mosquito. Yet her enormous heart, ear-to-ear smile and...
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Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines charity as "benevolent goodwill toward or love of humanity." And in a nutshell, that is what The Herald-Mail Nonprofit Wish List hopes to encourage with this list. This list is a two-step project. The first was a call-...
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Foundation accepting nominations for annual award To the editor: The Community Foundation of Washington County MD Inc. invites you to nominate an unsung hero or a pair of heroes who give generously and unselfishly of their time and talents to make...
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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSome young women in the Eastern Panhandle have found second families made of peers and adult mentors who are guiding them through the maze of motherhood. On the first and third Thursdays of every month during the school year, women ages 15 to 21 gather...
Hagerstown’s golf course is in excellent shape To the editor: Over the past 50 years, I have played at the Hagerstown municipal nine-hole course (now called Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run) many times. In the early ’50s, there were no...
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email@example.comIt was exceptionally warm early on the morning of April 6, 2010, when Jeffrey Miles stood on a bridge and looked out over the northbound lanes of Interstate 81. Police said Miles threatened suicide and mused about "evil and demons" inside him after...
Did Colarad teach us nothing? Have grapefruit pills, bee pollen and cabbage soup not steeled us against the latest claim of miracle weight loss? Apparently not. I'll say this, If I were a doctor I would not waste my time "treating patients" and "healing...
Tags: Human Body, Health, Hormones and Metabolism, Television, Soups
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