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Moments before three Confederate divisions step off an imagined Seminary Ridge, march across an open field and crash against the positions of Union troops along a mock-up of Cemetery Ridge, a little more than a dozen old souls will receive recognition....
email@example.comHammond Urner’s task as the first-year head coach of North Hagerstown’s varsity boys lacrosse team was far from easy. Urner took over a squad that went 4-9 in 2012 and lost half its starters to graduation. Midway through this season, the Hubs...
2013 Blues Fest artist show Blue Fest artwork by Erin Mettille will be on display. Exhibit continues through Tuesday, June 25. Washington County Arts Council, 34-36 S. Potomac St., downtown Hagerstown. Call 301-791-3132 or go to www.washingtoncountyarts....
A fundraising effort to support a feature-length documentary about the annual Antietam National Battlefield Memorial Illumination failed to meet its goal by a May 24 deadline, filmmaker Michael Wicklein said. Wicklein, a former Hagerstown resident,...
Art in the Hallway sale Artwork by John Neal Mullican is on display through today in the hallway near the information desk at Meritus Medical Center, 11116 Medical Campus Road, east of Hagerstown. A portion of the proceeds benefits Meritus Medical...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith Memorial Day approaching, Anna and James M. Harnish of Fairview this week decorated their son’s grave at St. Paul’s Church Cemetery near Clear Spring. The couple placed flowers, a cross and a pinwheel in memory of their son, James L....
From his childhood, the 58-year-old black resident of Easton has heard the tales of his family, a family that has called the region home for more than 100 years. Growing up around grandfather Aaron Good, he soaked up a plentiful supply of family stories....
History is for old fogeys, right? Well, then, what are all these young people doing volunteering at the Washington County Historical Society? And, why are high and middle school students engaged with in-depth historical research projects? Interns and...
Saturday, May 25 • Rose Hill Cemetery, 600 S. Potomac St., annual Memorial Day service, 9:30 a.m. Speaker is U.S. Army Lt. Col. (retired) Arthur Callaham, Civil War re-enactors bagpiper, color guard and more. • Sharpsburg, 145th annual...
On May 15, Salem Avenue Elementary School held its second annual talent show. This year’s theme was Olweus Bullying Prevention. The show consisted of acts that included dancing, singing, poetry reciting, joke telling, Hula-Hoop dancing, violin...
Taken cumulatively, it might be the most historic stretch of mountaintop in the Mid-Atlantic. From the Interstate 70 footbridge south along the spine of South Mountain, the ridgeline has seen an extraordinary amount of American life (and death) go by. In...
Special to The Herald-MailThis is the 198th in a series of articles about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County. Mills Road runs generally north/south between Burnside Bridge and Harpers Ferry roads, near land crossed during the Battle of Antietam....
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