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firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom his modern home, it pains Henry Stiles to look a few hundred yards down Reno Monument Road and watch the deterioration of the historic farmhouse where he was raised. The overgrown yard and wild-weed fields around it have alarmed neighbors Tim...
email@example.comIn the mid-1700s, British soldiers on the way to battle might have marched right past the property on the old road crossing South Mountain. A century later, just after a battle nearby, Civil War armies did rush past on the same road, barely 12 paces away...
The town of Sharpsburg will commemorate the sesquicentennial of the Battle of Antietam Sept. 15 and 16 with a two-day festival of period music, historical demonstrations, re-enactors, lectures and a community dance at town square with music by the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBetsy Herbst said her husband’s grandparents arrived at their farm in a horse-drawn wagon on a snowy Saturday in 1918. With another generation of the family now taking up their duties at Misty Meadow Farm, the family broadened its business by...
Big Cork Vineyards ROHRERSVILLE — Big Cork Vineyards recently opened a farm stand in Rohrersville, five miles south of Boonsboro on Md. 67 and a 20-minute drive from Frederick, Md. Dave Collins, farm and winery manager, offers vegetables and...
email@example.comWashington County is in the midst of an abnormally dry period, even though it has had more rainy days during July than average, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Carrie Suffern. “Abnormally dry means drier than normal, and a...
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Three small businesses in the Eastern Panhandle were recognized in June in local ceremonies as recipients of the 2012 U.S. Small Business Administration’s West Virginia Small Business Week awards program. They also were honored at the annual...
Sharpsburg Little League will host the 2012 Maryland State Softball Tournament beginning Saturday at noon. Five District Little Leagues from Maryland will compete for a spot to go to Bristol, Conn., for the Softball Little League World Series. The...
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Special to The Herald-MailThis is the 193rd in a series of articles about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County. Crickhollow Farm is part of the Beaver Creek community that built up around an early mill in the 18th century. This farm faces both the creek...
Tags: Agriculture, Lifestyle and Leisure, Rentals
An audit for the Washington County Historical Society, which covered a six-year period, ending Dec. 31, 1943, showed a surplus charge of $2,750 for the gift of the Spong farm to the U.S. Park Service. The Spong farm encompassed the area of Antietam Creek...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA longtime local economic development organization completed its purchase Wednesday of 173-acres of Mount Aetna Farms near Hagerstown Community College, according to an organization official. CHIEF, also know as the Hagerstown-Washington County...
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