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The Eastern Panhandle Bicycle Co., or EP/BC, recently opened its new flagship store at 805 E. Moler Ave. in Martinsburg. The new location retains the company’s industrial-themed store and triples its floor space. It encompasses nearly 10,000 square...
Sometimes money seems so impersonal, but you still want to give. It was with that simple idea that the Nonprofit Holiday Wish List was started. For weeks, we have been asking area nonprofit organizations to send us their listings, naming tangible items...
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Associated PressTwo major airports reopened and the New York Stock Exchange got back to business Wednesday, while across the river in New Jersey, National Guardsmen rushed to feed and rescue flood victims two days after Superstorm Sandy struck. For the first time...
Permanent seating at City Park bandshell approved Say goodbye to the old wooden benches at City Park’s bandshell. The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday gave its approval for the construction of permanent seating in front of the outdoor...
The Antietam Creek yielded boatloads of trash to more than 75 volunteers during the Antietam Creek Watershed Alliance’s seventh annual Rubbish Roundup on Sept. 22. Volunteers in canoes and kayaks, along with streamside walkers, filled a dump...
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Sharpsburg Boy Scout Troop 51 returned recently from a trip to the Northern Tier National Boy Scout high-adventure base in Ely, Minn. The trip consisted of a six-day canoe trek within the remote 1 million acre Boundary Water Canoe Area between Minnesota...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout 40 people attended a hearing Thursday afternoon about a farmer’s proposal to draw up to a little more than 1 million gallons of water per day from Antietam Creek, and the discussion at times focused on overall concerns about management of...
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email@example.comFor more than a decade, the city of Hagerstown has been searching for ways to increase public recreational access to Antietam Creek. The Hagerstown City Council took steps toward achieving that goal last week when it gave the initial nod to move...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgOne of the first things some of the high school students learned after launching their canoes on the Potomac River Monday morning was that if they both paddled on the same side they just went around in circles. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services’...
The occupant of a canoe that capsized in the Potomac River on Sunday afternoon was OK, a supervisor with Washington County Emergency Services said. The man fell out of the canoe when it capsized near Lock 34, the 911 supervisor said. Lock 34 is near...
The Pennsylvania departments of Conservation and Natural Resources and Health announced Tuesday that fishing and boating again are permitted at the lake at Cowans Gap State Park in Fulton County. The lake remains closed to swimming, according to a...
A man swam 100 yards to shore Sunday night to seek help when his family’s canoe tipped in the Potomac River, leaving his wife and 6-year-old daughter clinging to a rock until rescuers arrived, Potomac Valley Fire Co. Chief Eric Gray said. Gray...
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