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You might not know it, but you live in the fruit belt. Washington and Frederick counties in Maryland; Hampshire, Berkeley and Jefferson counties in West Virginia; Frederick County, Va.; and Adams County, Pa., account for the vast majority of the tree...
Shepherd University’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs recently received two grants from the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission totaling $9,500. The first grant, totaling $5,000, was part of the commission’s Social...
Edna Marie Strausbaugh, 84, of Hagerstown, died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at Reeders Memorial Home in Boonsboro. Born April 9, 1927, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late George A. and Naomi E. (Huffer) Strausbaugh. Edna was a member of St....
firstname.lastname@example.orgPicture this: A wooded land at the bottom of a 1,000-foot ridge. Sunlight slants through oaks and beeches. Birds warble. Insects buzz. Two streams gurgle as they meet a stone's throw away. A hunting party of Woodland Indians appears, following a barely...
Editor's note: This is the ninth in a 12-part series about Washington County Historical Society's founders. The Washington County Historical Society, in cooperation with the Hagerstown- Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau, is hosting an...
Clear Spring Firemen’s Carnival | Aug. 1-6 Amusement rides and food. Entertainment by Tori Anderson & Possum Holler Farewell Tour, Rick K and the Allnighters, The Back Creek Valley Boys, The Kentucky Headhunters, Daryl Singletary and John Conlee....
email@example.comThe Conococheague Creek holds a special place in Stephen L. Meyers' life, so he wrote a book about the waterway, titled "Walking In Water, A history of, and tales from The Conococheague Creek." "The book is a combination of my personal adventures on...
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Hagerstown Business & Professional Women luncheon Saturday, Nov. 5, noon luncheon. Ramada Plaza, 1718 Underpass Way, Hagerstown. The group will recognize women and employer of the year honorees from Maryland organizations. Keynote speaker will be...
“On Monday, 7/11, you had a full-page ad in there by the U.S. Citizens Association. To me, that was stupid and crazy, and insulting to my intelligence. I was very disappointed.” — Hagerstown “It’s bad manners to read over...
firstname.lastname@example.orgElectricity, refrigeration and running water weren't found in Linda Zeigler's kitchen. The food historian is a stickler about authenticity when it comes to colonial cooking. She whipped up mincemeat pastries (mini pies), chicken noodle soup and lemon...
email@example.comFeet were moving. Hips were swaying. Arms were waving. A sole fan in the corner of Rockland Woods Elementary School’s gym failed to move the stale air much on Sunday afternoon, but that didn’t stop dozens of people from dancing the day away....
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