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24-year NPS vet chosen as new superintendent of Appalachian National Scenic Trail office in Harpers Ferryrichardb@herald-mail.comNational Park Service officials sifted through more than 300 applications — from federal government employees to private citizens — before deciding on Wendy K. Janssen as their new superintendent of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail office...
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You can learn how to be a healthful shopper during a free grocery store tour led by a registered dietitian from Chambersburg Hospital. The dietitians will lead tours through the Giant Foods store on Norland Avenue in Chambersburg. "We want to use...
Name: Stephen Recker Age: 54 City in which you reside: Smithsburg Day job: Web developer, High Rock Studios, Hagerstown Book title: "Rare Images of Antietam and the Photographers Who Took Them" Genre: Historical nonfiction, Civil War Synopsis of...
Hospice of Washington County staff members and volunteers placed and lighted 1,500 luminarias along the pathways of City Park on Nov. 30. It marked the third year that Hospice and the city of Hagerstown have partnered for the City Park tree lighting...
Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce welcomed 11 new members in December, bringing its membership to 950. New members are: - Aflac, Andrew Powell, 550 Cleveland Ave.,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the fiscal cliff less than three weeks away, one area bank is accelerating its dividend payments, and a local business poised to hire more people is holding off to see what happens at the start of the year. Susquehanna Bancshares Inc. Chairman...
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation is recruiting current ninth-grade students for Leadership Franklin County Youth classes that begin this fall. There is no cost for students to participate; the program is funded by various organizations and...
email@example.comI have no problem with arming America, as outlined by the NRA last week. If you want to put guns in schools, churches and manned missions to Mars, I am all for it. Only one condition: If we require universal gun ownership, then we need to outlaw beer....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe resignation of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Convention & Visitors Bureau’s executive director apparently was in the works for several months. After more than six years on the job, Andrea Ball announced Thursday that she had resigned...
email@example.comHagerstown resident Amanda Rankin said she didn’t mind waiting in a long line Saturday afternoon to take a brief tour of the Inn BoonsBoro. The inn is owned by best-selling romance author Nora Roberts, who Rankin said is one of her favorite...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHow do you balance the expectations of tradition and the demands of contemporary audiences when planning music for a centuries-old, world-famous musical group? Conductor Kerem Sezen said it's important to include both old and new. "Times change, and...
email@example.comWhat once divided a nation turned into a big year for tourism in Washington County 150 years later. “2012 will probably go down in history as the busiest year, or at least one of the busiest years in the tourism industry in Washington County,&...
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