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email@example.comHere are some reasons why we, as a nation, are idiots. (And this has nothing to do with the fact that, honest, I overheard a guy on his phone in downtown Hagerstown saying, “Yeah, she got the house, the clothes and my daughter, but I got the TV&...
Top five things to do this week Cure for Cabin Fever Moreland and Arbuckle will give a taste of the Western Maryland Blues Fest Thursday, March 7, during the Cabin Fever Blues Bash at The Maryland Theatre. 6:15 p.m. doors open; 7 p.m. concert. The...
1. Raising the roof with the spiritual music Harlem Gospel Choir will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 8, at The Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potomac St., downtown Hagerstown. Zion Baptist Church Choir and Neshema Dance Company will open the concert....
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwelve-year-old Shahzeb Ahmed arrived at Best Buy in a black stretch limousine. His top-hat-clad driver rolled out a red carpet to lead him indoors, where Shahzeb was greeted by a personal shopping assistant, employee applause, a welcome sign and...
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email@example.comIrena Kirkendall Plaia would like some Legos and a chance to go to Spain some day. The 4-year-old had an opportunity to share her wishes with another world traveler named Mr. Claus Saturday during the Miss Smithsburg Scholarship Organization’s...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Berkeley County woman accused of taking part in a robbery of her boyfriend in August was arraigned Wednesday on multiple felony charges in Berkeley County Magistrate Court, according to court documents. Rebecca Lynn Sims of 264 Sumter Drive,...
Tags: Gaming, Trials, Entertainment, Injuries and Wounds, Theft
email@example.comAs a 12,000-pound crystal ball works its way down a pole in New York City’s Times Square bidding farewell to 2012, people across the United States — including those locally — will raise their cups with cheers and a toast to ring in the...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Shotgun Mythos,” a new sci-fi/noir digital film series being launched on the Web by a Martinsburg video-production company, is not a low-budget film. It’s a no-budget film. The film is being produced by Clint and Darla Gaige of...
email@example.comThanksgiving dinner was fueling Emmanuel Sanni through more than 12 sleepless, shopping-filled hours of Black Friday. Sanni’s marathon of shopping began about midnight at the Spring Mills Walmart. “Did not sleep,” the Martinsburg...
A 25-year-old man is accused of attempting to set fire to at least three vehicles Thursday night in Martinsburg, police said. Jonathan Daniel Bolon, of no fixed address, was arraigned Friday by Berkeley County Magistrate Jim Humphrey on three felony...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's no secret that the number of video stores in the United States is diminishing. The culprit? The World Wide Web. The big shot players of video streaming like Netflix, YouTube and Hulu are the top spot holders when it comes to viewing movies and TV...
Tags: DVDs, Gaming, Blockbuster, Entertainment, PlayStation 3
Charles Michael “Chuck” DeBow, 26, of 501 Elm Crest Ave., Boonsboro, Md., passed away Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Born Friday, Jan. 3, 1986, in Bethesda, Md., he was the son of Charles James DeBow of Vienna, Va., and Brenda Sue (Locke) Howell of...
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