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Frank Owen Moore Sr., 92, of Royer Road, and formerly of Military Road, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012, at the home of his daughter and son-in-law. A lifelong resident of Cascade, Md., he was born Feb. 20, 1920, to Lewis Jacob and Debbie H....
If you are looking for a complete, detailed and balanced account of the emergence and development of capitalism, you would be pleased with the newly published volume authored by Professor Joyce Appleby. There is much to be learned about the ubiquitous...
email@example.comA Food Lion in Shippensburg, Pa., and a Bloom in Walkersville, Md., are expected to close within 30 days, according to Delhaize America, the supermarket company that owns the grocery chains. The Food Lion at 300 S. Fayette St. in Shippensburg and the...
“Concerning we the American people losing a lot of our freedoms in our country today, I feel we’re losing those freedoms due to the fact that we abuse those freedoms. For example, people abuse alcohol use, and then they abuse smoking. I feel...
A television program filmed last summer at Fort Frederick Sate Park will air tonight on the National Geographic Channel. "Caught by the SS: The Wereth Eleven" documents the final days of 11 African-American soldiers of the 333rd Field Artillery Battalion...
Don’t believe those who cloak themselves in science To the editor: Once more on the pages of The Herald-Mail, we find “sophisticated” individuals who want to cloak themselves in the robes of science. I would like to remind everyone...
On Tuesday, Wouter Bouvijn left his home in Belgium for his dream trip to Hollywood. Wednesday morning, the 25-year-old filmmaker from Deinze, a small municipality in East Flanders, sat in the lobby of the JW Marriott in Los Angeles, jet-lagged but...
"The moment we start forgetting is when history starts repeating itself." These were the words our delightful young guide whispered to me as the bus road slowly passed the concentration camp. I softly asked him about his thoughts, about his family's...
Tags: Germany, Challah, Netherlands, Judaism, Travel
CLEVELAND -- The United States men's national team kicked off a busy next month on Wednesday with a 4-2 friendly defeat against a strong Belgium side. Kevin Mirallas scored early for the visitors, while Geoff Cameron canceled out the goal with one of...
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"Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in...
Electric lights were first marketed to the public about 1880. It is said that Louis Comfort Tiffany's famous lily lamp with glass shades for light bulbs was the first lamp with a shade that projected light down, not up, like a candle flame. Other lamps of...
The Hartford CourantThe taste tease starts as soon as you get out of your car at The Sloppy Waffle, Newington's newest eatery on the Berlin Turnpike. The scent of baking waffles wafts through the parking lot from the breakfast and lunch place, a sweet, fresh, comforting...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Bacon, Labor Day, Restaurants, Newington
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