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The 36th annual Canal-Apple Days will be held this weekend in Hancock. The events kick off Saturday with the grand parade at 11 a.m. Bring your lawn chairs and get a good spot along Main Street to see floats, marching units, antique tractors and bands. ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHelen Geyer was a faith-filled woman who raised six children on a shoestring budget and was happily married for more than 50 years. “She accepted us all with all our faults,” said daughter Gisele Smith of Fairplay. “She never turned her...
email@example.comMelinda Malott is juggling another busy day. She dispenses hugs and kisses as her children head off to school, makes her weekly grocery list, pays the bills, buys gifts for upcoming birthday parties and baby showers and organizes a fundraiser to send her...
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In her past few weeks shopping with coupons, Diane Linn of Greencastle, Pa., got 12 rolls of Bounty paper towels for free and "a ton" of Chinet plates for 50 cents a pack. She bought four boxes of Kellogg's cereals and a gallon of milk for $2.40, and...
Stu Mullendore of HDP Inc., will be the speaker at Tuesday’s meeting of the Hagerstown Lions Club. Birthdays for the month of December: • Dec. 6 — Jack Berkson • Dec. 7 — Don Trumble • Dec. 10...
A holiday concert with music provided by the Appalachian Wind Quintet and the Haven Lutheran Senior Choir will be held Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 5 p.m. at Haven Lutheran Church, 1035 Haven Road in Hagerstown. Selections of traditional and...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe center of what once was the Martin’s Food Market at Fountainhead Plaza sat empty for more than three years before it was demolished this winter to make way for a new free-standing office building that could open by the end of this year. The...
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email@example.comHurricane Irene is expected to bring 1 to 2 inches of rain and winds gusting up to 35 mph when it hits the Tri-State region this weekend, the National Weather Service said Friday. NWS meteorologist Carrie Suffern said Friday morning that Tri-State area...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgArea military personnel, active and retired, including National Guard members and their dependents, are enjoying bargain prices this weekend shopping for groceries and big-screen televisions at an on-site commissary sale at the West Virginia Air...
Whether you are giving out treats or helping your young trick-or-treaters collect them, there are a few dos and don'ts to reduce the possibility of eating unsafe foods. When deciding what to offer the youngsters who ring your doorbell, consider boxes...
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email@example.comThe Food Lion under construction within view of the Interstate 81 exit for Marlowe and Falling Waters, W.Va., is slated to open by the end of the year, a spokesman for the supermarket chain said last week. The 35,000-square-foot store off Williamsport...
Food Lion will open its new store near the Interstate 81 exit for Marlowe and Falling Waters, W.Va., tomorrow morning, the supermarket chain announced Tuesday. The grand opening festivities at 78 Worchester Drive in the Riverside Marketplace shopping...
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