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email@example.comYouth United Way of Washington County had fallen by the wayside for a while. This year, about a dozen high school students set out to revive the United Way affinity group, which aims to raise money for programs addressing youth-related issues such as...
The Maryland Symphony Orchestra has announced a special ticket subscription good for the final three Masterworks concerts of the 2010-11 Season. In the 3 for $30 promotion, concertgoers may purchase a ticket for each of the next three Masterworks for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Williamsport "muscle car enthusiast" is about $263,000 richer after purchasing the winning Multi-Match lottery ticket at a Hagerstown liquor store, Maryland Lottery officials said Tuesday. Lottery spokesman Patrick Morton said the 62-year-old man...
email@example.comThe wrestlers heading to The Maryland Theatre's first-ever wrestling match want to body slam their way into the crowd's hearts. And if ticket sales are any indication, it might be love at first smack. Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, better known as TNA...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s common knowledge that Elvis Presley knew how to give the ladies a thrill. But what is perhaps less commonly known, said Elvis tribute artist Kevin Booth, was Presley’s penchant for giving alms of more tangible value. “Elvis was an...
Girls Basketball Smithsburg is comfortable with the idea of making North Hagerstown its home away from home. If there was any doubt, the Leopards proved the point Thursday. Smithsburg scored a convincing 60-48 victory over North in a game pitting...
email@example.comIt’s a one in 175 million chance that, at least for this week, many are willing to take. The Mega Millions lottery jackpot has soared to $355 million with a $224.2 million cash option as a result of overwhelming sales this weekend, according to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA decision last month by the Washington County Commissioners to appoint developer Sassan Shaool to the Washington County Planning Commission has sparked outrage among members of a local citizens group. "It just seems to all of us that a developer on...
Capitol Theatre Center's 2010 Be A Star! campaign concluded Jan. 31 just shy of the $125,000 goal, officials announced Thursday. Campaign chairman John Massimilla said in a news release that more than $120,000 in donations was contributed to the...
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email@example.comThe annual Potters Bowl was a sellout Sunday as 250 people turned out at the Elks Club on Robinwood Drive for a soup feast to benefit the Community Free Clinic. All the $50 tickets for the event were sold and it was hoped the dinner would raise about...
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Associated PressA federal jury on Thursday found that a former congressional aide broke the law by taking a trip to the World Series with a corporate official and lobbyist who picked up the tab. It was the 21st consecutive conviction in a broad corruption investigation...
Games for dogs Three competitive games for dogs — a ball catch, a searching game and "musical sits." Event part of a Canine Games Championship. 7 p.m. today; come early to register. Peaceable Paws, 17816 Spielman Road, Fairplay. $10 per dog;...
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