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Justin “Cookie” Clinton threw for two touchdowns and ran for another Saturday to lead No. 2 Martinsburg to a 38-14 win over top-seeded Cabell Midland for the Bulldogs’ third straight Class AAA championship. Clinton passed for 127...
email@example.comRobert E. Bruchey II, the former mayor of Hagerstown, has been hired by the Hagerstown Suns as Director of Sales, Marketing and Community Affairs, a team official confirmed Monday. “(Bruchey) comes from an extensive sales background and brings a...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgDoor-busters, bargains and sales — oh my! Black Friday is just hours away and area retailers — including most stores at the Valley Mall and Hagerstown Premium Outlets — are gearing up for midnight openings on the biggest holiday...
Tags: Gifts, Sears, Jewelry, Walmart, The Finish Line Incorporated
email@example.comWith nearly 900,000 Maryland residents expected to drive 50 miles or more for this Thanksgiving holiday, travelers might have to face heavy traffic en route to their destination. For many area residents the solution is simple: travel when there is not a...
Tags: Holiday Vacations, Family, U.S. Army, Cell Phones, Holidays
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter an unusual rise in gas prices during the fall that led to record-highs in parts of the country, gas prices fell this week nationally and locally, according to statistics on the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report website at fuelgaugereport.aaa.com. Gas...
email@example.comIt is now six straight weeks that the national average of regular grade gas has set a new record for the calendar day, according to the AAA Mid-Atlantic weekend gas watch, and there is still little relief at the pump. With the national average at $3.81...
Cross Country Twenty schools are set to compete Saturday morning at the 23rd annual Don Stoner Invitational at Smithsburg, including six from Washington County — Boonsboro, Clear Spring, North Hagerstown, South Hagerstown, Williamsport and host...
During a May 28 game between the Boston Red Sox and the Detroit Tigers, Mike Aviles of the Red Sox was at the plate. The umpire mistakenly ruled that the catcher had dropped a tipped third strike. Aviles should have been out. Instead, on the next pitch...
Tags: Boston Red Sox, Realty, Detroit Tigers, Baseball, Sports
Sometimes, even the most valuable lessons need refresher courses. Personally, I’ve had a run of summer school classes lately. An old friend I just recently got reacquainted with sort of pulled back the curtain on a window and thankfully showed me...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor the first time since early July, gas prices dropped this week nationally and locally, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic’s website at midatlantic.aaa.com. The national average for regular-grade gasoline was at $3.80 per gallon Wednesday, down from...
email@example.comPrices have jumped as much as 9 cents per gallon for regular grade gasoline across the country this week after the impact of Hurricane Isaac, and they now are 16 cents higher than they were at this time a year ago, according to information from the AAA...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLabor Day might be an American holiday, but Hagerstown resident Jack Martin, who has traveled to every state in the country except for North Dakota, will be leaving the country for part of the holiday weekend with his wife. “We’re going to...
Tags: Memorial Day, Family, Trips and Vacations, Holidays, Labor Day
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