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firstname.lastname@example.orgSoldiers in Hagerstown were among the first black men in Maryland to join the ranks of the Union during the Civil War, and were involved in the siege of Petersburg, Va., during the conflict. Among the first local blacks who joined the Union were members...
The Washington County Junior Football League will host registration for the upcoming football season Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at Valley Mall. Sign-ups will be held in the Food Court area. For more information, go to www.wcjfl.com. Paws...
1. Comedy that’s ‘Dy-no-mite’ Make Me Laugh Comedy Tour will host two shows Saturday, May 18, at Fraternal Order of Eagles, 18 N. Locust St., downtown Hagerstown. The shows will feature Jimmie Walker and C.J. Burney, hosted by Chad...
email@example.comKaren Davis enlisted friends Stacey Schaab and Beth Przybylski to join her for last year’s National Pike Festival and Wagon Train in Washington County because she had just finished radiation treatment for cancer. “Now, I can’t get rid...
The Washington County Board of Commissioners proclaimed May 4 to 12 as Washington County Tourism Week after a presentation of the annual report by the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau. In Washington County, 6,700 people work...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree buildings on two sites were dedicated as one museum Saturday, honoring the historical and cultural legacy of South Mountain State Park. South Mountain Recreation Area Superintendent Dan Spedden said Washington Monument and Gathland state parks...
email@example.comTourism in Washington County remains healthy, with annual visitation in 2012 up by about 35 percent at most local tourist attractions, according to a local tourism official. Thomas B. Riford, president and chief executive officer of the Hagerstown-...
The Museum Ramble, a self-guided tour including 24 museums and historic sites from Clear Spring to Smithsburg, will be Saturday, May 4, and Sunday, May 5. Some museums will be open only one day. A printed guide and map to participating sites are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSmartphones and tablet devices will soon be helping people explore cultural, heritage and natural features in Franklin, Adams, Cumberland and York counties in Pennsylvania. The South Mountain Partnership debuted its new app Monday during an event at...
email@example.comTraders pulled primitive carts full of wares across fields in the cool morning air. Servants used long sticks to stir stew in sturdy black pots, and a town crier announced an auction to take place after noon. The wistful tunes of a fife sailed in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilliamsport Elementary School fourth-graders helped National Park Service officials open two new educational trails Friday morning at the C&O Canal National Historical Park in Williamsport. Park Superintendent Kevin Brandt was among a handful of...
email@example.comLynn and Rick Bibbee's story is one of hope and heart. It's a story about caring and compassion and taking dedication to a whole different level. It's about putting their efforts into preserving a place where all of God's creatures, big and small, exist...
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