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email@example.comNorth Hagerstown’s mixed doubles team of Max Ober and Mollie Johnson survived a scare on Friday in the quarterfinals of the Maryland Region I Tennis Tournament. They made sure there were no frightening moments on Saturday, playing superbly in the...
Even the most cynical critic would have found it difficult to view last week’s news about education in Washington County as anything but positive. Hagerstown Community College (HCC) celebrated its most recent milestone with not one but three marquee...
As a hopeless romantic, I fear the day when the venerable highway toll booth becomes a thing of the past. Ah, but how we will become misty eyed, recalling those halcyon days of idling in a sea of traffic, with horns blaring, fumes rising up through the...
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Maryland’s Republican presidential primary this year is drawing more interest than usual in a state where registered Democratic voters outnumber Republicans 2-1 and the nominee is usually decided by the time the state’s GOP voters have their...
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In this year’s session of the Maryland General Assembly, legislators again launched an attack on funding the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown (USMH). Motivated by an apples-to-oranges comparison with other, seemingly similar facilities...
Mitt Romney easily won the Maryland Republican presidential primary on Tuesday, getting an added lift from a blue state where voter turnout was light. Complete, but unofficial, statewide returns showed Romney gaining 49 percent of the vote, compared with...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington, D.C., audiences are used to seeing actress Rachel Zampelli vamping it up on stage. But it was her turn as a different kind of femme fatal that has led to the Harpers Ferry-based actress her first Helen Hayes Award nomination. Zampelli was...
Heather Ripple and Ryan Hunt of Falling Waters, W.Va., announce the birth of a son, Rylan Liam Hunt, Jan. 7, 2012. Maternal grandparents are Craig and Sheila Ripple of Falling Waters. Paternal grandparents are Rebecca and Jeff Fuss of Hedgesville, W.Va.,...
Janet McKegg was born in 1954 in Washington County General Hospital and spent the first 18 years of her life in Pleasant Valley, about 10 miles south of Boonsboro. She loved nature and its creatures from her earliest years, and also loved horses from the...
“People are complaining about homeless people at the post office. I heard the shelter makes them leave the shelter at 7 a.m., and then return at 7 p.m. My husband and I have often thought about this. Where do the people go for 12 hours? Where do you...
U.S. Cellular U.S. Cellular celebrated the opening of a second retail store at 17163 Cole Road at Crosspoint Shopping Center in Hagerstown with a grand-opening celebration on Nov. 18. The new flagship store measures just less than 5,000 square feet....
William (Bill) Hunter Reams, of Keedysville, died Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011, at Meritus Medical Center. He was a longtime resident of Washington County, Md. Bill graduated from South Hagerstown High School in 1957. He was the husband of Gail Lynn...
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