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email@example.comProving the “validity of photography as an art form,” more than 250 people attended an awards ceremony for the 80th annual Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts Sunday afternoon. Landscapes, people,...
Tags: Arts, Justice System, Don Johnson, Arts and Culture, Fine Arts
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s nighttime on the fabled Outer Banks of North Carolina and a stretch of road from Frisco to Hatteras is swathed in darkness. A few yards from the asphalt are sea oats, sand dunes and half-buried wood-and-wire fences. But in these late hours,...
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts has named the winners of its 80th annual Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon. The competition features work by photographers from the region. This year’s exhibition is sponsored by Conservit Inc. and The...
• Hurricane Sandy 2 p.m. update from National Hurricane Center • Weather-related cancelletions, postponements • For up-to-date local forecasts, go to the Herald-Mail.com Weather Page. The Tri-State area was preparing for what could...
email@example.comEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of profiles of local restaurant chefs. Chris Carp has been executive chef of Capital Camps & Retreat Center, a conference center and summer camp, for three years. Founded as a rustic retreat center for...
James Stanley Askins, 79, of Wells Tannery, Pa., died Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 at Fulton County Medical Center, Shimer Trail, in McConnellsburg, Pa., following a lengthy illness from cancer. Mr. Askins (Jim) was born in Roscoe, Pa., one of 10 children of...
FEB. 2, 1917-JAN. 21, 2011 SYKESVILLE, Md. — Mary Barbara Baxter Stottlemyer was born Feb. 2, 1917, at the stone house in Thurmont, Md. She was the only child of Russell Nevin Baxter and Eleanor Lee Miller Baxter. After graduating from Thurmont...
I hear many of you are knee deep in cucumbers these days! Really great, fresh tomatoes can’t be far behind! Boonsboro resident hooks a big fish Boonsboro resident Andrew Griffith made news in North Carolina last week when he reeled in a...
After two years stuck at No. 2, a stretch of sand on Florida's Gulf Coast near Sarasota has finally been named the best beach in America. Dr. Beach, aka Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal...
GLOUCESTER—Lunch for one fish might not be the same for the next fish. That's one thing Rylen Barnett, 13, of Gloucester, said he learned at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science's Marine Science Day on Saturday. The annual open house in...
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Lake Southlake Autism and Behavioral Services, mental health counselor, 3815 Breckinridge Lane,...
Capt. Frank Camarda has piloted his 80-foot party boat Miss Beach Haven to the tip of Holgate on the southern end of Long Beach Island for ages. Camarda knows his boat drafts 4.5 feet of water. He knows Little Egg Inlet is about 6.5 feet at low tide, and...
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