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Yogi Martin, a retired educator, will present “Successful Corneal Surgery” Saturday at 2 p.m. at Discovery Station. There is no admission fee for the Saturday Plus program. Admission to the museum costs $5 to $7 for the whole day. All active...
The Meadows of Hagerstown’s annual 1950s-style “Cool Your Paws” fundraiser on Aug. 20 raised more than $250 for the Humane Society of Washington County. Adoptable shelter dog Acorn attended the event and showed off his training....
email@example.comMike Kerekesh of Hagerstown admits his exercise schedule is extreme, but he's been doing it for more than seven years and it works for him. He's just one of the many people taking advantage of the 24-hour fitness centers in the Tri-State area....
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...
Rotary plans evening of dinner and music "It's 5:00 Somewhere in Williamsport" is the theme for the Williamsport Rotary Club's fundraiser Saturday at the Improved Order of Red Men Tribe 84, Lappans Road. The event is from 5 to 10 p.m. with dinner will be...
Tags: Pocahontas, Holidays, Arts, Fine Arts, Photography and Video
So tell me, what have you done with my summer? To say it has flown by would be an understatement. I feel as though we have already packed an entire summer into the short two months that just passed. Let’s hope that August is just as fun and...
Tags: Animals, Vehicles, American Legion, Photography, Back to School
email@example.comNot long ago, there was a sign painted on the side of a building at the southwest corner of Potomac and Franklin streets. "The Uptown Shoppes of Downtown Hagerstown," it read in bold white letters. Listed with gold stars were six stores — Maggie'...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe landmark smokestack at the former Pangborn Corp. plant in Hagerstown fell Monday. Allegany Wrecking and Salvage tore down the 100-foot smokestack along Pangborn Boulevard printed with the word “Pangborn.” All that remains of the...
email@example.comWith each passing day, every bell and departing school bus, Sheila Metzel is inching closer to the second phase of her life. Some time in June, she'll pack her belongings and leave behind a world of adolescent egos, academic achievements and teachers who...
Meritus Medical Center officials say they will discuss concerns over a ban on photographing and videotaping deliveries with the committees that helped create the policy. Meritus spokeswoman Mary Rizk said Thursday that decision was the outcome of a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne’s wedding day is often regarded as the biggest — and often most difficult — day to plan. Packed inside Laird Hall at Wilson College for the J&B Bridals Show on Sunday, about 500 people were treated to some of the latest fashion...
email@example.comOn the first day of Christmas, Washington County gave to me, An immigrant who wants to scare me. Yes, with the dawn of 2010, another election year was at our throats, and this one was even better than usual, because with it came the birth of a local Tea...
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