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firstname.lastname@example.orgSeventy years ago, Guy Stern wasn’t allowed to set foot inside the officers club at Camp Ritchie near Cascade. But on Tuesday, he was welcomed there as a returning hero. “I was a buck private,” the 90-year-old Stern said as he stood on...
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“This is just to congratulate Sam Turnbull. What a great guy, great personality, and a wonderful representative for The Herald-Mail. Good luck, Sam. You deserve all the fun you can gather.” — Chambersburg, Pa. “You know, I&...
email@example.comOh, to be a fly on the wall up at Camp David a week from now, when all the former leaders of Europe assemble for what will be half world summit, half Auld Lang Syne. All right, not quite that bad, but voters in Greece and France dealt significant blows...
Associated PressIn a dramatic end to a 32-hour standoff, a masked French SWAT team slipped into an Islamic extremist’s apartment Thursday, sparking a firefight that ended with the man being shot in the head as he jumped out the window, weapon in hand. The suspect,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHad Constance “Connie” Noll lived a few more weeks, she would have been making plans for her annual April Fool’s pranks. Growing up, her sons, Bradley “Kirk” and Matthew “Scott,” could expect to have their...
Special to The Herald-MailThis is the 192nd in a series of articles about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County. The French and Indian War, the New World extension of a great European conflict between England and France, arrived in Maryland on July 9,...
“Tolstoy: A Russian Life,” written by Rosamund Bartlett, is a stellar, compelling, revealing and rewarding biography. Tolstoy was a larger-than-life personality who commands attention, admiration and disgust in about equal proportions. Like...
The religious, through the years, have done much harm To the editor: The question posed by Judith Eardley, “Who did the harm, the religious or the irreligious?” is easy to answer. The Crusades were nothing more than Christian military...
U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Md., formally presented the books with the personal histories of nine constituents into the collection of the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project. Robert W. Patrick, director of the project, accepted the...
email@example.comFormer Hagerstown Police Department officer Margaret Kline talked about having a larger-than-usual amount of clerical work when she was hired as the city’s first female beat officer. Former Hagerstown City Council member Alesia Parson-McBean talked...
If you have a weak stomach or are prone to heartburn, you would be wise to avoid “Treasure Islands,” written by Nicholas Shaxson. He is a competent investigative reporter whose mission is made clear in his subtitle, “Uncovering The...
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