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email@example.comEvery Thursday afternoon, students reciting Chinese words for things such as the days of the week or family relationships can be heard in the second floor of the Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library. The free classes are made possible through the...
Name: Judy S. Walter City in which you reside: Chambersburg, Pa. Day job: Retired teacher Book title: "Nightmare in Europe" Genre: Historical nonfiction Short synopsis of book: "Nightmare in Europe" is a concise, easy-to-understand book about the...
Associated PressElderly survivors of the Holocaust and the veterans who helped liberate them gathered for what could be their last big reunion Monday at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. One thousand survivors and World War II vets joined with former President Bill...
Gerald James Castle, 88, of Boonsboro, Md., passed from this life Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at his home while surrounded by his family. Born Dec. 13, 1924, in Keedysville, Md., he was the son of the late Russell J. and Mamie Pearl (Smith) Castle. His wife,...
Just two months after recovering the last of its losses from the financial crisis, the Dow Jones industrial average charged higher Tuesday, closing above 15,000 for the first time. It was another milestone in the market’s epic ascent of 2013. Good...
Ursula Elsa Geiger Nisley, 90, of Greencastle, Pa., passed away Saturday, April 13, 2013, at Chambersburg Hospital from complications of a sudden illness. Ursula was born in Berlin, Germany, on Jan. 25, 1923. She grew up in Berlin, as a school girl,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWar! What is it good for? Well, urban renewal, perhaps. That was the unfortunate take of Hagerstown Mayor David Gysberts last week, when he quipped that if the city had been lucky enough to have been bombed back into the Stone Age, we could start over...
email@example.comHagerstown Mayor David S. Gysberts has apologized for remarks he made Tuesday to visiting students from Wesel, Germany, where he stated that he wished his city had a war to “clear out” old buildings. Gysberts issued a statement Wednesday...
Statement on behalf of Hagerstown Mayor David S. Gysberts regarding his comments made Tuesday to visiting students from Wesel, Germany, provided by city spokeswoman Erin Wolfe: "During my recent discussion with students from our Sister City in Wesel,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown Mayor David S. Gysberts got a round of laughs from a group of German students visiting the city Tuesday when he joked about the possibility of a war in the city’s past to “clear out” some things. Gysberts and the students...
email@example.comHancock multisport athlete Sara Elizabeth Wagner is like a lot of high school seniors — one of her biggest concerns revolves around where she’ll attend college. Wagner, who has played volleyball, basketball and softball for the Panthers,...
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“Here are the facts: Germany was completely disarmed in 1919 as punishment for World War I. No manufacture, sales, possession of guns or ammunition were permitted. By 1928, Germany had rearmed, with registration required. By 1938, the only changes...
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