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The permanent Civil War exhibit of the Washington County Historical Society contains many Antietam artifacts and parts of the personal collection of Sharpsburg educator John Philemon Smith. Philemon was 17 at the time of the Battle of Antietam and...
Tags: Health, Culture, Lifestyle and Leisure, Rabies, Arts and Culture
Matching money with need isn’t always easy. That’s why we are appreciative of the Community Foundation of Washington County, not only for being a conduit through which gifts and grants are made, but also for identifying areas of the...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Gardening
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown resident Izzy Nelson was riding his bicycle through downtown Hagerstown Thursday. “I love the open air,” he said. “It’s a mild time, not too hot, and not too cold.” Nelson, 40, was among area residents taking...
email@example.comFor about $20,000, you can buy a Volkswagen minibus — fire engine red and right out of the 1960s. But don't expect to sit behind the wheel and drive it home. It has no engine or brakes. And it's not much bigger than your thumb. It's an early...
If your New Year’s resolution list includes volunteering and learning more about gardening and the environment, I encourage you to consider applying for admittance into the 2012 Washington County Master Gardener training program. The program...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrustrated growers can get help from experts on Saturday mornings at the City Farmers Market in Hagerstown. “I got my baby, then my baby died,” Vickie Dayley said. In this case, the baby was an Amaryllis bud. But it was nonetheless...
email@example.comWhen turn-of-the-20th-century Americans composed a letter or signed a document, they did so with a flourish and with their favorite fountain pen. Sold in every size, shape, color and style imaginable, the writing tool was favored by those who took...
Helen Clark recently celebrated her 100th birthday with family and friends at Homewood at Williamsport. She lives in an independent-living apartment at Homewood, where she enjoys hobbies such as knitting, embroidery and crossword puzzles. Clark was...
February is the perfect time to begin planning a garden. With six weeks until spring, you have time to decide what you want to grow, learn how to grow it, test your soil, order seeds and start them indoors. Be careful, however, that you do not...
firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can only see a small slice of the room from a doorway at the end of a hall. Yet, in that narrow aperture, flashes of color attract the eye. There are deep blues, shimmering silvers, vibrant pinks and golds. At first glance, they are typical...
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Woodrow Harry Hawbecker, 76, of Hagerstown, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, at the Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown. Born July 30, 1935, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Woodrow David and Frances Mae (Rupp) Hawbecker. Woodrow was a...
Kellan Q. Reaver, 21, of Chambersburg, Pa., passed away unexpectedly in Chambersburg. Born Feb. 17, 1990, in Hagerstown, Md., he was a son of Shannon Mullendore Harter and husband, Paul, of Chambersburg, and Keith M. Reaver and fiancee, Kim Short, of...
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