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During this sesquicentennial commemoration of America’s Civil War, there will be much said and written about the historically great and not so great from that time. Locally, the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts will conduct an exhibit, “...
Hilltop Christian Fellowship will show the movie “Courageous” Friday at 7 p.m. The movie is a must-see for families. Doors open at 6 p.m. for snacks before the movie. A child-friendly movie will also be shown at the same time. The...
Tags: Lent, Movies, Crossroads, Entertainment, Arts and Culture
Antietam Unit 236 American Legion Auxiliary presented a Blue Star Service Banner to Stephanie and Richie Mills at its Feb. 14 meeting. Their son, Chase Mills, is serving in the Army with the lst Calvary Combat Engineers in Kuwait. Stephanie and their...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat is old could become new again in Waynesboro as town leaders work to replace a bridge using its original design. Blueprints dated back to 1926 for Memorial Bridge are being adapted for 21st-century needs, including increased width, 5-foot sidewalks...
By Bob Garver Special to The Herald-Mail Did you know the title character of the television show "House" is based on Sherlock Holmes? Played by Hugh Laurie, Dr. Gregory House is a brilliant solver of mysteries who has an antisocial personality, a drug...
Tags: Television, Hugh Laurie, Action (genre), Jared Harris, Movies
The premise of the club is to meet yearly for dinner to remember those who have gone to “The Post Everlasting.” At an appropriate place in the Legion home, a cabinet contains a roster of veterans from World War 1, World War II, Korea,...
In 2009, I wrote a column titled “Should we be afraid of the dark?” It was a story about a doctor’s dilemma in keeping patients alive, after the quality of life is gone, only for them to suffer more. A few days after I wrote this...
There will be a Polar Bear Plunge in coordination with the Special Olympics of Maryland to help raise money and awareness. The Special Olympics has provided funds for the high school’s unified sports teams. The 2010-11 bocce team won the state...
Wilson Ruritan will hold a country butchering and pancake breakfast Saturday starting at 6:30 a.m. at the club just west of Huyetts Crossroads. The menu includes all-you-can-eat pancakes with one serving of puddin' or sausage patty or sausage gravy,...
email@example.comMaria Vogel was rockin' in the saddle Saturday at an age when many folks are rockin' a chair. The 65-year-old Adamstown, Md., woman was awaiting her turn to joust at Fairplay Days at Old Tilghmanton Tournament Woods, mounted upon Fadjur, a 26-year-old...
As my wife and I sat in Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville in Key West, Fla., and watched the waiters deliver "cheeseburgers in paradise" to the many tables at the restaurant, I thought of another day and era. Ernest Hemingway, one of my favorite writers,...
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