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email@example.comHappily ever afters don't exist for every child. Some have lives filled with years of pain and turmoil. But many find a safe haven in the home and arms of foster-care parents. Tina and Dan Hall are two Washington County adults who are ready, at a...
firstname.lastname@example.org"Little girls grow up to be mother's best friend," Brenda Cole said. That's the way it was for Cole and her daughter Heather Harris, a Hagerstown woman who died Wednesday, five days after she was shot in her Dual Highway home. "Heather was very fun to...
email@example.comFamilies snacked, swam, made crafts, heard stories and listened to music at the 22nd annual Youth Festival held under sunny skies at Renfrew Park. Three-hundred to 400 people were expected for the event presented by Renfrew Institute. Tracy Holliday...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Sports, Festive Events
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn 1960, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s interior secretary signed the order creating an 8.9 million-acre Arctic National Wildlife Range, saving what today has grown into 19 million acres of protected wilderness in Alaska’s northeast corner....
email@example.comWalking around the campus of Hagerstown Community College, Seth Chapelle is a tall, mild-mannered student pursuing a registered nursing degree. But put him in a kayak and set him on a whitewater river, and he transforms into a freestyle athlete capable...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSaturday was Armed Forces Day, and Letterkenny Army Depot pulled out all of the stops to make the day educational and fun. Letterkenny employee Ed Sallie and his wife, Christie, of Chambersburg were content to take some of the tours around Letterkenny,...
LONG BEACH ISLAND, N.J. — "Come to LBI. We're back!" reads a sign outside Ferrara's, a Long Beach Island bakery pummeled by Hurricane Sandy but now back to making raspberry-filled jelly doughnuts the size of giant clams. A strip of tape on a...
Los Angeles TimesA section of the Los Angeles River will open for public use Monday for the first time since the river was encased in concrete in the 1930s. Public officials will gather Monday morning at Marsh Park north of downtown for a ceremonial kayak ride down a...
Through Tuesday Fallen Floridians Memorial Cross Tribute: 10 a.m.-8 p.m. daily; Lawton House, 200 W. Broadway St., Oviedo. More than 370 crosses will be on display, honoring Florida soldiers who have died while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. Details:...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
Tags: Diving, Fishing, Stonefield (music group), Arts, Seafood
A film festival showcasing seven short movies about canoing and kayaking will be Friday in town hall. The eighth annual Reel Paddling Film Fest starts at 7 p.m. and will be in the auditorium of town hall, which is at 4 Market St. According to organizers,...
Tags: Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Movies, Sports, Festive Events
With the Memorial Day weekend upon us, many families annually head to state parks to get their picnic and swim on. Beltzville State Park issued a press release earlier this week regarding visitor safety and parking. Parking is not permitted on Pohopoco...
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