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email@example.comAn audience comprising children, parents and grandparents gathered Saturday night at The Maryland Theatre for what patrons described as a joyous beginning to the holiday season. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s annual Home for the Holidays concert...
Tags: Human Interest, The Happiest News!, Concerts, Music, Family
Mount Vernon Reformed United Church of Christ in Keedysville invites the community to its Dogs and Cats Welcome Christmas Eve service for family, friends, neighbors and their pets. The church doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the service begins at 5 p.m. The...
Tags: Mount Vernon, Holidays, Religious Festivals, Pets
Christmas season a community effort in Chambersburg To the editor: One of my favorite Christmas thrills is coming around the bend on Philadelphia Avenue and seeing the length of Main Street blanketed with snow and ablaze with lights. To me, downtown...
Aaron Brooks, Brian Stuart and Danny Bertoni are members of and train at the Hagerstown Police Athletic Wrestling club. They went undefeated at the Virginia Challenge Holiday Duals in Richmond, Va. All three boys had perfect 10-0 records for the weekend,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgShirley Mae Hutson used to roast venison from a deer that she or her husband, Donald, shot for Christmas dinner. Then Donald, a carpenter, stopped hunting after he fell 9 feet onto concrete during a job, said Donald Hutson, 75, who lives in the...
“I think the best thing about Christmas is helping others to have a better Christmas.” — Clear Spring “No wonder our country is in such bad shape, in a freefall, with President Obama back as the president again, and then in Mail...
email@example.comEd Poling remembers little waffle-like cookies baking on the stove during Christmas time at his home in Windber, Pa. Poling, now senior pastor at Hagerstown Church of the Brethren, remembers those cookies, known as Pizzelles, as having a distinct...
Tags: Customs and Tradition, Potatoes, Mining, Family, Salt
firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout four years ago, a tragedy changed the way Tony Bobbitt and his family celebrate Christmas. The Greencastle, Pa., family suddenly lost their 19-year-old son, Kyle, who died from alcohol poisoning before returning from his freshman year at college....
email@example.comNostalgia is an interesting thing. It is defined as a longing for the past, often in idealized form. It is the idealized part that makes nostalgia interesting. Many of us are guilty of harkening back at least in our minds to a simpler time, especially...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDan Tokar was poring through the charred ruins of what was once the forge room of Willow Forge, his blacksmith shop on South Princess Street, before it was destroyed in a fire Nov. 30. He picked up a pack of fire starters, the kind that come in handy...
Tags: Music, Pittsburgh, Brownsville, Holidays, Entertainment
“I believe that we should enforce the current gun laws. We don’t need any more gun laws, and I believe that if you want to do something productive, do away with these violent video games that the kids are subject to. That would be much more...
“I have to agree 100 percent with the Washington County caller, about the 3-month-old puppy being shot. It seemed a little hard to believe, that a 3-month-old puppy would be vicious.” — Smithsburg “Suggestion for next Christmas:...
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