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Members of the Hagerstown Rotary Club recently attended the Rotary International District 7350 and 7370 combined annual Rotary Foundation dinner at the Ramada Inn and Conference Center in State College. Rotarians were welcomed by 7350 District Gov....
Tags: Regional Authority, UNICEF, Tuberculosis, Government, Vaccines
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's been 10 years, but Tri-State area residents asked to recall when and where they learned of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks could easily return to those moments in their minds. Lori Smith of Waynesboro, Pa., remembers her father calling her...
“Hey, take your hats off to the drug-enforcement guys. They’re doing a great job. Tell you what, if you live in the West End of Hagerstown, or anywhere close to I-81, if you see something going on, report it to those guys, help them out a...
email@example.comEditor's note: This is one in an occasional series of profiles about candidates running for election in the 6th Congressional District. While working on U.S. Senate candidate Jim Rutledge's campaign last year, Robert Coblentz became a Republican....
For the better part of two centuries, the protective expanse of two oceans and fear of an America angered kept the U.S. mainland safe from foreign aggressors. What attacks did come were from within (seceding states, urban riots, the Weather Underground,...
Tags: Government, Abbottabad (Pakistan), Defense, Afghanistan, Iraq
Capital News ServiceFrederick County Sheriff Chuck Jenkins joined other law-enforcement officials on Capitol Hill this week to praise a strict immigration-enforcement program that some groups have criticized as ineffective. “This is about the rule of law,”...
Associated PressA man opened fire with an automatic weapon outside the U.S. Embassy in Bosnia on Friday, and authorities said he was targeting the building in a terrorist attack. The man injured at least one police officer guarding the embassy before police surrounded...
A Taliban suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into an armored NATO bus Saturday on a busy thoroughfare in Kabul, killing 17 people, including a dozen Americans, in the deadliest strike against the U.S.-led coalition in the Afghan...
Women might have an issue with sharia law To the editor: The letter by S. V. Yumlu defending sharia law as a “code of ethics for Muslims” should prompt all non-Muslims to learn whatever they can about Islam, upon which these “ethics&...
Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren, Pastor Rachel Black's sermon will be Harvest Home at the 10 a.m. service Sunday. Marybelle Hose will be the worship leader. Bring a nonperishable food items and money for Holly Place. Sunday school is at 9 a.m....
Associated PressFederal authorities dropped terrorism charges against Osama bin Laden in court papers filed Friday, formally ending a case against the slain al-Qaida leader that began with hopes of seeing him brought to justice in a civilian court. U.S. District Judge...
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