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email@example.comWith the anonymous $15 million private donation to the City of Hagerstown’s proposed downtown multiuse sports and events center all but gone, does that mean that organized baseball will follow suit? Mayor David S. Gysberts and several Hagerstown...
Tags: Plan B (drug), Local Government, Sports, Baseball, Politics
Congratulations to all of the general election winners, and my condolences to those who came up short. I promised a “scorecard” on my votes and the predictions I made concerning this past election cycle. I’ll probably add a little...
“Congratulations to the newly elected mayor and the several new city council members, especially Mr. Aleshire, after what happened to him the other year. Now we can have some true people who have their feet on the ground, and maybe work with the...
Tags: Sports, Baseball, Elections, Radio Industry, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgCountry music legend Charley Pride never intended on breaking color barriers when it came to country music. He wanted to a break a different kind of record. One of 11 children who was born to sharecroppers in Sledge, Miss., Pride had dreams of being...
Tags: American League, Artists, Sports, Entertainment, Music
Thanks to strong pitching from Gio Gonzalez and Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper’s burst of energy and Adam LaRoche’s slugging, the Washington Nationals won enough from April through September that even a loss on the first day of October could...
Tags: Carlos Ruiz, Sports, Baseball, Derek Jeter, Atlanta Braves
This is being written by a replacement columnist, while your standard, professional humorist is holding out for another package of Slim Jims in the annual birthday basket provided by the company, as stipulated on Page 43 of the Employee Handbook. Ahem....
email@example.comMore than 100 people turned out Wednesday night to get a closer look at the challenges the city of Hagerstown must tackle if they were to renovate or rebuild Municipal Stadium and bring the 82-year-old ballpark back up to professional baseball standards....
firstname.lastname@example.orgCity of Hagerstown officials have all but ruled out the renovation of Municipal Stadium as they continue to look into building a downtown multiuse sports and events center that would be the new home of the Hagerstown Suns. As a way to show their concerns...
email@example.comThe City of Hagerstown will host tours of Municipal Stadium next week to provide the public with a first-hand look at the reasons why the renovation of the 82-year-old ballpark has been ruled out in favor of a new downtown stadium. The tours, which...
Tags: Travel, Sports, Baseball, Tourism and Leisure, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor the first time since the modern World Series era of Major League Baseball began in 1903, a team from Baltimore and a team from Washington, D.C., could both make the playoffs. “I’ve been a fan of the Orioles ever since Cal Ripken Jr.,...
We spend much of our lives really trying to get three things. To be loved. To be successful. To be respected. We want to stand out, make our families proud and start some sort of legacy. But before we die, there is only one thing we worry about....
email@example.comOfficials in Winchester, Va., appear to be losing hope that they will land the Hagerstown Suns baseball team, according to a published newspaper report in that city. With Suns majority owner Bruce Quinn’s final decision still up in the air,...
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