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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a sore amid the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park’s towpath. The Big Slackwater section of the popular 184.5-mile hiking and biking trail was closed after flooding in 1996 and deteriorated into a treacherous ridge overrun with...
email@example.comWith a month to go before what many consider one of the most crucial elections in U.S. history, Democrats in Washington County are starting to energize, according to a local party official. In addition to President Obama’s re-election bid against...
“I live not in the city limits but in Halfway, and I would like to know how I can sign the petition to not build the stadium. I think the mayor and the city council are not paying attention to what the residents of the city and Washington County...
Democrats reopening headquarters Washington County Democrats will hold a grand reopening party for their local headquarters this weekend. The office is at 245 N. Potomac St. in Hagerstown. It will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Light...
A $950,000 federal grant will help fund the creation of a 10-mile natural corridor linking parks in Frederick County. Sens. Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin, both D-Md., announced the matching National Parks Service grant on Wednesday. The funding,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded the Town of Williamsport a $275,000 grant to build a visitor center near C&O Canal National Historical Park. “We’re tickled to death,” Mayor James G. McCleaf II said Thursday. In a letter...
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“You don’t see very many polite teenagers anymore. I met one last night ... and his name is Colt, and he was with his mother. He was so polite to his mother, and also to me. So I’d like to say thank you, Colt, for being a good teenager.&...
Tags: Tea Party Movement, Barack Obama, Voting, Elections, Vehicles
“I was very happy to read in Tuesday, July 17’s paper, from Washington County lady, recently completed her first year at the senior center, and how enthusiastic she was about it. And it sounds like she has every right to be, with everything...
“I would like to just write a line about the picture you had in the paper the other day concerning the Civil War battle that happened in downtown Hagerstown. What I saw in the background reminded me of an old ghost town. The people of Hagerstown...
email@example.comHagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith said the $625,000 federal grant the police department received in July will help strengthen the police department’s Street Crime Unit, Criminal Investigations Division and Downtown Squad after budget cuts...
On behalf of the Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum and the DBHM Board of Directors, we proudly say thank you to the following for making our first Chocolate Garden Tea Party a success: Snavley’s Garden Corner-Hagerstown for supplying...
firstname.lastname@example.orgReaction to Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act broke along party lines among the region’s elected officials, while some in the business community remained uncertain about its ramifications. In a...
Tags: Parenting, Health Insurance, Medicare, Health, Business
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