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Margaret "Peggy" Warren died May 31, 2012, in Norwood, Mass., following a brief illness. She was 85. Born in Bethel, Conn., she was the daughter of the late Nelson Judd Washburn and Pauline K. Washburn. She graduated from Norwalk (Conn.) High School...
email@example.comWaynesboro Area Senior High School students are hitting the right notes as they are being selected for national performance opportunities. Eight students are headed to the National Mixed Choir, and clarinet player Dani Bautista will play with the...
Two of my favorite food groups, salt and sugar, were in the news this week. Grease and chocolate, meanwhile, managed to fly under the national radar, at least for the time being. For salt, the news was good, although bad for anyone who has deprived...
Tags: Obesity, Weight, The New York Times, Salt, Health Insurance Cost
“Small but proud” read the headline on the Saint James School graduation ceremony story last week. In many respects, it was a summary of the view most Americans have of private schools. The smallness, the sense of rigidity and timelessness,...
Helen Greiner Tracy, 88, of Hagerstown, passed away Monday, June 11, 2012, at her residence, while under the care of her husband, Ralph A. Tracy, and Hospice of Washington County. Born Jan. 27, 1924, in Philadelphia, Pa., she was the daughter of the late...
The Cumberland Valley School of Music soon will be getting a new maestro. Andrew Sussman, who has led the Cumberland Valley School of Music as executive director for the past 18 years, will be retiring from that position effective Sept. 1, according to a...
Tags: Music, Washington, DC, Entertainment, Education, Music Industry
firstname.lastname@example.orgA New York man fighting extradition from the United Kingdom to Washington County on a 2006 murder charge sustained a setback last month when the European Court of Human Rights ruled he would not be subject to “inhuman and degrading treatment”...
email@example.comA man charged with the fatal shooting of a New York City man last week on Jonathan Street was apprehended Tuesday night in Prince George’s County, Hagerstown police said. Juan Sylvester Barnes, 28, of no fixed address was being held without bail...
Tags: Prince George's County, Prisons, Prisons, Trials, Witnesses
Charges against a man accused in the Jan. 24 shooting death of a New York man have been amended by Hagerstown police to include second-degree murder, according to a city news release Tuesday. Juan Sylvester Barnes, 28, no fixed address, remains at large....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA man who was shot in the head on Jonathan Street early Tuesday died today at Meritus Medical Center, Hagerstown police said. Christopher Lee Follett, 29, of New York City, was pronounced dead at 9:25 a.m., Lt. Tom Langston said. Police have named a...
email@example.comVolunteers creating a Sept. 11, 2001, memorial at Red Run Park are focusing on fundraising as they continue to develop the $110,000 project. Last week, memorial committee members in Washington Township, Pa., received their first estimate for the project&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPlans for a Sept. 11, 2001, memorial at Red Run Park in Washington Township, Pa., are being finalized as the first donations are made. The Owls Club of Waynesboro Inc. recently contributed $100 to the project, kicking off the fundraising efforts....
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