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Flannery's Pub Run 1/2 Marathon is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13. The course begins in Mercersburg and winds through back roads to Greencastle, Pa. Organizers have announced several age group awards: All participants that finish will receive a...
National Little League will hold tryouts and registration Saturday and Sunday. Registration will be held at the National Little League press box, 728 Frederick St., behind the city’s Potterfield Pool. Registration and tryouts: - Saturday, 10:...
Tags: Auto Racing, Sears, Easter
Hagerstown Speedway will present its Race-A- Rama Car Show beginning Monday, March 4, with a week full of events to follow at Valley Mall. On Thursday, March 7, pictures will be taken from 6 to 8 p.m. in a race car in the area by Sears. Donations will...
Tags: Butterfly Ballots, Auto Racing, Chad, Easter
email@example.comThe Martinsburg Police Department’s roster has swelled from 29 to 50 officers, and calls for their service also have increased after a voter-approved police levy went into effect in 1990, according to city records. The levy, which has provided...
Tags: Kevin Miller, Homes, Population and Census, Elections, Realty
Affordable Care Act could bolster life expectancy To the editor: In Tom Firey’s Jan. 16 opinion piece, he takes a generally dismissive attitude toward the Affordable Care Act. The article asserts that what he does credit the act for addressing,...
As a newly minted journalist three decades ago, I had more world-changing crusades than you could shake a sword at. One of the targets in my sights was trailer parks, which I considered to be a blight on the landscape and a threat to all that is good...
Capital News ServiceSome public school students across the country have been vocal about their disapproval of the new federal school lunch program, but the problem may go beyond taste with many Maryland students reporting that they leave the cafeteria still hungry, a Capital...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRobert Fink Jr. will be trying to get things straight by taking a different angle. For years, Smithsburg’s Fink has tried to advance in the national Punt, Pass and Kick tournament by taking on the competition straight on. But now, in his third...
The Eastern Panhandle gained two seats in the House of Delegates, thanks to its population growth. Some lawmakers and political observers, however, said the region still faces challenges in increasing its political influence. Del. Craig Blair, who...
Sometimes, the reaction to an election is more interesting than the election itself. And that’s what is happening right now, because never in the history of Earth has an entire race of people gone from outcasts to celebrities with such alacrity....
The election of 2012 is fast approaching and will almost certainly send a message about the status of the welfare state in America. Is the dislike for government health plans and other social support programs so vocally disparaged by the Tea party and...
email@example.comBentley Charles Nalley was born the perfect baby — 10 fingers and 10 toes, weighing 6 pounds and greatly loved by his parents. But he came into the world the same way he left — without making a sound. He never cried, never whimpered....
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