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JoAnn Cheryl Schaeffer (nee Blickenstaff) of 206 Mustang Court, Gambrills, Md., passed away at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, surrounded by family. She had just celebrated her 69th birthday. JoAnn was born to Anna Mary and Joseph Maynard...
A Washington Township, Pa., lake popular for fishing might have gone down the drain. “The lake is almost dry. ... You can see the whole bottom now,” Jeff Geesaman, chairman of the Washington Township Supervisors, said of Red Run Lake. Two...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgFar from this idyllic town, Zane Steward traveled the globe to help others. The assistant manager of E.L.M. Shoes in the square of downtown Greencastle, Steward, 25, said it was just coincidence that his first humanitarian trips involved shoes. It was...
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor a bird walk in the Bolivar Heights section of the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park on Wednesday, Sept. 19. The trip begins at 8 a.m. The event is free. No registration is required. Participants will...
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor two free hawk-watching trips. The first trip will be Monday, Sept. 17, to the Washington Monument on South Mountain just outside Boonsboro. The trip will begin at 8:30 a.m. Registration is required. Contact...
Tags: Washington Monument, Travel
email@example.comHe's a platinum-selling artist with eight Top 10 country hits and he hosts a TV show for NBC Sports, but on a recent Wednesday morning, Mark Wills was walking through his local Walmart, looking for a way to replace a pair of faulty brake lights on wife...
We sports fans are a species of bottom-line thinkers. Everything comes down to two things: Winning and losing. We thump our chests and talk trash when our team wins. We get offensively defensive when our team loses. We are like a dog staring at a...
Sharpsburg Boy Scout Troop 51 returned recently from a trip to the Northern Tier National Boy Scout high-adventure base in Ely, Minn. The trip consisted of a six-day canoe trek within the remote 1 million acre Boundary Water Canoe Area between Minnesota...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLabor Day might be an American holiday, but Hagerstown resident Jack Martin, who has traveled to every state in the country except for North Dakota, will be leaving the country for part of the holiday weekend with his wife. “We’re going to...
Without the generous support from donors and volunteers, it would not have been possible for the For Our Kids Sake youth group to have such a grand time on its annual bus trip to the amusement park. The group went to Dorney Park in Allentown, Pa., on...
In the summer of 2011, while some of my acquaintances were on a weekend camping trip, I planned to take my daughter for a night. The idea seemed like a good initiation to “roughing it,” for a not-quite-18-month-old. It very well might have...
Tags: Weather Reports, Travel, Weather
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