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People should be made to pay for their crimes To the editor: Gov. O’Malley is eliminating the death penalty in Maryland. That doesn’t mean that Marylanders will stop dying. To the contrary, Marylanders can still be murdered but their killers...
email@example.comAs Freddie Mercury said, “Bicycle races are coming your way, so forget all your duties.” Well, at least for one day. More than 600 riders from all over the United States and Canada gathered at Greenbrier State Park on Sunday to race in the...
Tags: Cycling Points Race, Sports
Like many people, I’ve been watching the whole Lance “Oh, You Meant THOSE Drugs” Armstrong situation with some degree of interest. This is because I was a huge Lance Armstrong fan back when he was racing, so now I’m trying to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgScott Gordon, owner of River City Cycles, a bicycle shop in Williamsport, still has a picture of Lance Armstrong on his wall, and despite the cyclist’s recent confession that he used performance-enhancing drugs, Gordon has no plans to take it down....
I don’t know in whom I am more disappointed, me or Lance. In case you missed it, Lance Armstrong, seven-time winner of the Tour de France and all-around superhuman athlete and hero to many, admitted to doping to improve his performance during...
Associated Press"Emotional" doesn't come close to describing Lance Armstrong's conversation with Oprah Winfrey — an interview that included his confession about using performance-enhancing drugs to win seven Tour de France titles, Winfrey said Tuesday. She...
The Ruff Fitness Training Center in Hagerstown hosted the Suffer For A Cause fundraising event benefiting the Kisseman Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization seeking to transform the lives of children in Kisseman Village, Ghana, through...
Associated PressForget the seven Tour de France victories. Forget the yellow jersey celebrations on the Champs Elysees. Forget the name that dominated the sport of cycling for so many years. As far as cycling’s governing body is concerned, Lance Armstrong is out...
email@example.comPerry J. Keller is criss-crossing the state this month to gather opinions on bicycle paths. Keller, a planner with the West Virginia Department of Transportation, held the first of eight informational meetings Thursday afternoon in the Ranson City Hall....
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn a downhill section of the course, mountain bikers whizzed by, their bikes kicking out stones as the machines rounded a curve by Greenbrier State Park’s lake. On a wooded hillside on another part of the course, riders pumped their pedals to...
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email@example.comHagerstown has won a pair of grants worth nearly $90,000 that will be used to add bicycle lanes and trees to help meet the city’s Community Greening Grant Program goal. The city was selected as one of the winners of Maryland’s first...
firstname.lastname@example.org“How you guys doing?” a perky instructor shouted into a microphone from a stationary bike. The faces and postures of the roughly 90 people indoor cycling before her expressed a variety of responses. One woman in the front let out a...
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