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email@example.comRevolutionary War Major Gen. Adam Stephen, Martinsburg’s founder, was a rival of George Washington’s in Virginia politics before he was removed from his post in the Army, his biographer said Tuesday. Stephen’s dismissal after the...
President Hugo Chavez, the fiery populist who declared a socialist revolution in Venezuela, crusaded against U.S. influence and championed a leftist revival across Latin America, died Tuesday at age 58 after a nearly two-year bout with cancer. Vice...
For the first time since the height of the Cold War more than half a century ago, Cuba is giving its people the freedom to leave the country without government permission, scrapping the detested exit visa that kept many from traveling outside the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJust about anyone in Hagerstown and Washington County is familiar with the name Jonathan Hager. Many know him as the founder of Maryland’s sixth largest city, the “Father of Washington County” or they’re aware that a historic...
email@example.comJeff Shaara likes to tell people things they don’t know. And he has found a way to make quite a lucrative living doing so. The author of eight New York Times best-selling historical novels spoke of his passion for sharing unknown stories...
At some point over the course of the next week, most families will experience a fireworks display. After all, what would the Fourth of July be without fanfare and moments to reflect on our freedom? During the course of the picnicking and sky gazing,...
Associated PressEgypt’s Hosni Mubarak was being kept alive by life support after he was rushed from prison to a military hospital in a rapidly worsening condition, officials said. The 84-year-old ousted leader’s health crisis added a new element of...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgCity leaders have tabled plans to commission a sculpture of Martinsburg's founder, Revolutionary War Major Gen. Adam Stephen, and place it in the newly redesigned town square. Citing costs created by changes to the recently completed town square project,...
email@example.comAt first glance, the pile of rubble that once was the Justice William Smith House in Mercersburg might seem like a lost cause, but don't tell that to 12-year-old Bailey Orange. The Fayetteville, Pa., girl is spearheading efforts to breathe new life...
Elizabeth (born Olive Elizabeth) Yourtee Anderson, tireless worker for her family, church, community and for historic preservation, departed quickly and peacefully from this world May 22, 2011. Betty, as she was commonly known, was born Jan. 23, 1926,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith demolition set to begin early next week, members of the Committee to Save the Justice William Smith House are planning to stage a peaceful, three-day protest in hopes of buying time for the historic structure. "This is a real treasure. I think we'...
email@example.comHaley Moore wasn't quite sure how to act like a wax figure for her role as an aide in the Revolutionary War battle of Monmouth for South Hamilton Elementary Schools' 2011 Wax Museum. "You're allowed to blink, but you can't move. I have to hold a...
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