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Civil War Railroad Trail is a bad idea To the editor: The proposed Civil War Railroad Trail is nothing more than a bicycle trail. A place where bicyclists can ride their bikes, and, of course, we need one of those. The Washington County Commissioners...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoonsboro resident Heidi Welsh said she did a study in 1993, talking to area residents who were for or against the Civil War Railroad Trail, but things have changed since then. “At that time (the representatives) did the wrong thing,” she...
email@example.comSen. Christopher B. Shank said this week that he is “extremely concerned” about an idea for a 23-mile bike trail from Hagerstown to Weverton that is being considered by county officials. The Washington County Board of Commissioners agreed...
Artists and crafters throughout the mid-Atlantic region are invited to submit applications for the Annual Brunswick Railroad Days, Saturday, Oct. 6, and Sunday, Oct. 7. General and railroad/train themed, quality, hand and/or home-made arts and crafts...
Tags: Transportation, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgNine years before Hall of Famer Lewis Robert “Hack” Wilson set the yet-to-be-broken Major League Baseball single-season record for runs batted in, he got his professional start in Martinsburg. Wilson, who is buried in Rosedale Cemetery in...
Each month, one student from each classroom at Hickory Elementary School is designated as a Character Counts! Good Citizen of the month. Students are nominated by classroom teachers for demonstrating one of the six pillars of character. Students...
19th-century garden party A garden party to prepare the 19th-century-style kitchen and medicinal garden. Bring gardening tools. Includes 19th-century refreshments. Today, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pry House Field Hospital, Antietam National Battlefield, 18906...
email@example.comThe Wright boys — Chandler, Braddock, Abram and Oliver — were all aboard for Railroad Heritage Days. The Falling Waters, W.Va., brothers, ages 5 and younger, sported railroad-engineer stripes as they moved from display to display Saturday...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSince 1998, when it was created, the Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority has struggled in its effort to turn a 19th-century railroad engine repair roundhouse complex into a viable entity for community use. Clarence E. Martin III, authority chairman,...
Tags: Transportation, Travel, Earl Ray Tomblin
Martinsburg men charged in theft of scrap metal MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Two Martinsburg residents were charged Monday with stealing 400 pounds of scrap metal, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office said. Robert Cleveland, 32, and Steven Miller,...
email@example.comEdward Bryan said he believes a more efficient public transportation system in the United States, including high-speed rails, would improve safety. “One of the biggest things that we see as firemen is that a lot of people like to drive and text,&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter some schedule tweaks, two museums in Hagerstown’s City Park will be reopened to visitors this weekend. Both the Hager House and the Railroad Museum will open for the season on Saturday, city Recreation Coordinator Andy Hoffman said. “...
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