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firstname.lastname@example.orgCatie Breslin is living proof there have been advances in cystic fibrosis research. When she was born, the average age a person with CF expected to live was age 18. Today, it's 37. That's why the 21-year-old Hagerstown native is hoping that people...
Wilson College students will present the results of their undergraduate research at Wilson's fourth annual Student Research Day on Friday, May 3. The public is invited to join Wilson students, faculty, staff and administrators at all events. Twenty-one...
Ryan Wolf of Myersville, Md., was one of 12 students who presented results of their research during Bryan Colleges’ third annual Undergraduate Research Conference April 5. Students who participated in the conference are selected by a faculty...
For 18 grand, I’ll do the study. No wait, if you call now, I’ll do it for $16,000. But wait, there’s more. If the City of Fredericksburg, Va., calls within the next half hour I will send it two studies for the price of one. Just...
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A draft of the follow-up study that looks at the economic feasibility of two additional sites for a new ballpark for the Hagerstown Suns has been sent to the city for review, a Ripken Design official said Wednesday afternoon. Dan Taylor, project manager...
Operational Research is focus of science lecture CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The potential of operations research to improve our world will be the topic of Sommer Gentry, who will speak at Wilson College on Wednesday, April 3, as part of the “...
email@example.comYou can’t always judge a book by its author. But if that book is written by Alyson Richman, there’s a good chance the storyline will be woven around art. She has told the tale of a young Japanese man who studied with the Impressionists in...
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Save Historic Antietam Foundation Inc. announced the opening of applications for the Dr. Joseph L. Harsh Memorial Scholarship. The award was created in 2012 to honor Harsh, a professor at George Mason University and an award-winning author who...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDrastic health care changes are happening federally, spurring three major regional health care providers in Washington, Frederick and Allegany counties to take a proactive approach to mitigate potential repercussions at the local level, a Meritus Health...
The News-Post of FrederickSharon Crisafulli’s latest favorite photograph is of people she never met. Taken at a 1936 wedding in Koblenz-Winningen, Germany, the picture shows just the bride and the groom. It was taken from below, as if the photographer was sitting in a...
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Name: Stephen Recker Age: 54 City in which you reside: Smithsburg Day job: Web developer, High Rock Studios, Hagerstown Book title: "Rare Images of Antietam and the Photographers Who Took Them" Genre: Historical nonfiction, Civil War Synopsis of...
email@example.comIt’s been more than five years since Michael Tomlin was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The diagnosis, made just before his 30th birthday, was two years in coming as other medical conditions were ruled out. Tomlin said it’s a hard disease...
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