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By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail We are now in the month of March madness, weather like lions and lambs, and when the March hare reappears in our lawns after a winter of hibernation. But we can be sure that another sign of spring is...
email@example.comTwo new business owners in downtown Hagerstown celebrated a grand opening Wednesday afternoon and said they are excited about doing business in the city even though other business owners have expressed concerns about the future of downtown. Vickie...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMosaics. Stained glass. A carved wood screen. Needlework. Creche scenes. Fine art in a museum display? No. Inspirational art in historic Hagerstown churches. Sixteen churches in and near downtown Hagerstown will open their doors to the public Wednesday,...
ThompsonGas BOONSBORO — Dean K. Mosher and Joe Jardeleza recently were hired by ThompsonGas, a propane-services company. In October, Mosher joined the Thompson team as president of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning operations for the...
email@example.comFor almost 30 years, Cathy Miller walked the halls of one of the most famous residences in the world — the White House. She met presidents and first ladies and knew many staffers by their first names. She made her way through most of the 100-...
Dot Foods WILLIAMSPORT — Three local employees of Dot Foods placed in the seventh annual forklift rodeo, a national competition held June 21 in Mount Sterling, Ill. • Rob Cuddy, a 2009 champion, placed fifth in the forklift competition....
The Continuing Education and Business Services Division at Hagerstown Community College will offer a variety of home and garden classes this fall. Courses include “Floral Design;” “Flower Gardening in October;” and “Fall...
Renfrew Institute WAYNESBORO, Pa. — F&M Trust recently presented a check for $1,500 to the Renfrew Institute for Cultural and Environmental Studies to support Wake up Earth, It’s Spring! and From Field to Table. Wake up Earth, it’s...
I won't hang a picture in my house unless it somehow connects with my life. An oil painting of my Keedysville farmhouse — by my late father-in-law — holds court above my kitchen table. My friend, Neale, rendered my Hagerstown home in...
National Private Duty Association The nonprofit National Private Duty Association, along with the Maryland Chapter, will host a consumer- education Web conference titled “Addressing Legal Issues that Impact Seniors” Thursday, Sept. 22, at 8...
RE/MAX Achievers RE/MAX Achievers welcomes Linda Elsemore to its team of professionals. Elsemore is licensed in Maryland and Pennsylvania. She has been in real estate for seven years. She has an ABR designation and is a member of the education...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAiming to enhance aspects of its facility, The Maryland Theatre has requested city money toward an estimated $25,000 improvement project. The theater has proposed to update its two stage-level dressing rooms as well as make some updates to its first-...
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