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email@example.comAlthough several crucial uncertainties remain, Hagerstown City Council members Tuesday seemed receptive to the preliminary timeline developed by city officials for planning and constructing a downtown multiuse sports and events center. City Engineer...
Tags: Baseball, Government, Sports, Public Officials, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgAlthough Hagerstown and Washington County took a big step toward funding construction of a multiuse stadium last week, some Hagerstown City Council members say there are details that must be worked out before the facility can become a reality. And...
Poor Fort Ritchie. Lawsuits, bombs, Agent Orange. It’s become the most depressing piece of real estate this side of Camden Yards. (Quick diversion: In the “I Might Owe the Baltimore Orioles an Apology” category, I choose to take the...
email@example.comAt the annual Habitat for Humanity dinner auction, the competition to eat first stimulates the flow of fundraising revenue. A $45 ticket was enough to get in the door this year at Hagerstown Community College’s Athletic, Recreation, and Community...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA private consultant’s long-awaited feasibility study was released Friday, giving city and Washington County officials information about the possibilities and effects of constructing a $30 million multiuse stadium and events center in the downtown...
email@example.comMy favorite commercial of all time appears in the Snickers “not going anywhere for a while” series, where the quarterback gets knocked silly. The trainer’s asking him a battery of “where are you/what day is it?” questions,...
It was the spring of 1981 and new Hagerstown Suns manager Grady Little walked into The Herald-Mail sports department to introduce himself to the local media. Little, who would go on to manage in the major leagues, was then a brash, young Texas native who...
Local leaders have launched about as many plans for a new baseball stadium as Helen of Troy launched ships. Over the past 15 years, there have been a plethora of proposals, ultimatums, architectural plans, back-room meetings, funding mechanisms —...
Tags: Baseball, Minor League Baseball, Concerts, Music, Sports
“I just wanted to call and say the article by Jeff Semler on the back of the paper was a wonderful article. It was called ‘Farming community has diverse makeup.’ What he says is so true.” — Wolfsville “I see where...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs rivalry for the Hagerstown Suns sends the local community scrambling to drum up support for a new baseball stadium, many observers are asking themselves, “Haven’t we been through this before?” Questions of potential sites for a new...
Tuesday, February 7, 2012 MEN’S BASKETBALL CUMBERLAND, Md. — Casey Roberts scored 22 of his game-high 27 points in the second half on Tuesday as Allegany College came from behind to score a 90-89 Maryland JuCo Conference victory over...
Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment in a six-part series looking back at some of the biggest local, regional and national stories of 2011. July 1 — Sharpsburg eliminates Conococheague 8-7 in Maryland District 1 9-10 Little League...
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