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email@example.comA Hagerstown man charged with throwing his stepdaughter’s dog in front of a car and threatening to harm her was released Sunday from the Washington County Detention Center after posting a $75,000 bond, according to Washington County District Court...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe letter began “Dear Judge Wright” and ended with “Your Friend, Brian Faith,” but what was written in between resulted in a Hagerstown man being charged with threatening a state official. Brian Allen Faith, 23, of 1380...
Associated PressRussia and China are urging the chief U.N nuclear inspector to scrap or delay U.S.-backed plans to reveal intelligence on Iran's alleged nuclear arms experiments, in a bluntly worded confidential document obtained Monday by The Associated Press. The...
Sharpsburg veterans remembered at service Family members of former Sharpsburg and Boonsboro residents Max Grim and Marian "Pete" Getridge attended a memorial service during a reunion of the 29th Blue and Gray Division Oct. 20-23 in Martinsburg, W.Va. ...
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...
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Vacation Bible School will be 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. June 26 to 30 at Clopper's Grove Fellowship Hall, 1/2 mile south of Blairs Valley First Church of God. There will be a kickoff event at 5 p.m. Sunday, with games and food. Louise Henson and Melinda...
Tags: Travel, Bible, Trips and Vacations, Religious Texts
email@example.comOmaha Beach was stained red with blood when the steel door of 19-year-old Robert Blair's landing craft crashed open on June 7, 1944. A day earlier, on D-Day, thousands of American GIs landed there to begin the Allied invasion of western Europe. The...
The United States’ involvement in Libya with support from its Western allies has caused a mixed reaction across the country and among local residents. On Saturday, the U.S. led a missile assault on Libyan air-defense systems in an effort to...
Tags: Robert Gates, United Nations, Libya, Defense, Muammar Gaddafi
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