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firstname.lastname@example.orgWith Hurricane Irene making its way up the East Coast, Joi Lopez and her husband, Dwayne Wilkins, decided to escape Baltimore and head inland. Wilkins said they looked at a storm map for a place out of the hurricane's path and settled on Hagerstown....
The Conococheague Little League All-Stars saw their postseason run come to an end Thursday morning as Pennsylvania scored six unearned runs in the fifth inning on the way to a 10-3 victory over the Maryland state champs at the Mid-Atlantic Region...
Tags: New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Brandon Miller
email@example.comJohn Rodenhausen and Beth McGee of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation stopped for a rest day in Williamsport Thursday in the middle of a 1,300-mile bike ride around the Chesapeake Bay watershed. "We started in Maryland, went up to Pennsylvania and then all...
Maryland's sales tax holiday week begins today and runs through Saturday. Most clothing and footwear priced up to $100 is free of Maryland's sales tax during the one-week period. "The tax-free week was a great success last year," said Patrick Donoho,...
Tags: Pennsylvania, Maryland, Elections, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgVerizon employees in Hagerstown joined thousands of striking workers Monday in Verizon Communication Inc.’s landline division to picket at the company’s work locations from Massachusetts to Virginia, a union official said. The sidewalk...
Tags: Retirement, Elections, Politics, 401K, Washington, DC
email@example.comOn a sunny day in downtown Hagerstown, Chris Heurich sat down in a coffee shop to talk about his coffeetable book. But what he really wanted to do was enjoy life. Heurich laughed a lot during the interview. He tuned and strummed a guitar. He soaked up...
Charles “Jim” Mobley Jr. considers himself to be fortunate that he has the opportunity to hold the long-barreled revolver once carried by his great-grandfather, who formed a group of Union fighters in Hagerstown as the country became embroiled...
Tags: Elections, Firearms, Prisons, Human Interest, Politics
Dawn Smith According to 41-year-old Dawn Smith, the Ag Expo has gone fairly well this year. "It has been pretty good. The weather has been very cooperative, and there have been good turnouts," the expo board member said Thursday. While this is her...
Isabella Jones Hawkins, 83, of Clear Spring, Md., passed away Thursday, July 28, 2011, at NMS Healthcare of Hagerstown. Born Thursday, Jan. 12, 1928, in Philadelphia, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jones. She was employed by...
New York state champion Great Kills American Little League scored five runs in the fifth inning to pull away from Maryland state champion Conococheague Little League for a 7-3 victory on the opening day of the Mid-Atlantic Regional on Friday in Bristol.,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe group that successfully petitioned for a state referendum on tuition breaks for illegal immigrants spent about $9,500 on its effort, according to finance reports. The group — known as MdPetitions.com, which is the URL for its website —...
Tags: Illegal Immigrants, Elections, Human Interest, Politics, Crimes
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