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Wednesday, March 21, 2012 PREP SOFTBALL CLEAR SPRING — Haley Thorn plated the winning run in the bottom of the seventh on a dropped fly ball by the center fielder and Clear Spring shut out Catoctin 1-0 in the season and MVAL Antietam opener for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe town of Williamsport celebrated its 225th anniversary Monday night, complete with a rendition of “God Bless America” by singer Jack Myers, food, a Boy Scout color guard and an unveiling of a new sign promoting the town that will be...
Staff CorrespondentHagerstown Community College scored six runs in the first inning and piled up 13 hits en route to a 16-6 victory over Chesapeake on Tuesday in a game that was shortened to seven innings due to the 10-run rule. “The offense had a great day,”...
Tags: Sports, College Sports, College Baseball, Baseball
Sharpsburg Girl Scout Troop 40051 participated in the Washington County Girl Scouts World Thinking Day Feb. 18 at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center. The Sharpsburg troop chose the country of China for its booth. Other troops...
email@example.comMarlys Palmer knew Hagerstown Community College’s women’s basketball season was going to be one of extremes. It was the first thing she realized after she announced the 2011-12 season would be her last as the Hawks’ coach. After 33...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTo help encourage visitors on the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal to take a detour into Sharpsburg, town residents took part Tuesday in the unveiling of an interpretive exhibit at Snyder’s Landing along the canal towpath. “This will help bring...
email@example.comAs a boy growing up near Williamsport, Tim Snyder spent a lot of time on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. He fished near it. He camped along it. When he was a little older, Snyder ran for Williamsport High School's cross country team on the towpath. And...
Staff CorrespondentHagerstown Community College got the better of Chesapeake College twice on Wednesday night. The Hawks’ women played first and handed the Skipjacks their first loss of the season, rallying for a 56-52 victory. The men cruised past Chesapeake 98-71...
Tags: College Sports, Basketball
Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m., horse-drawn wagon rides will be offered in Byron Memorial Park to benefit the Williamsport Food Bank. The cost of a ride will be a donation of food or monetary gift to the food bank. The park will be closed to vehicles...
Tags: Holidays, Animals, Human Interest, Religious Festivals
Summit ENT & Hearing Services CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Drs. Joshua Dunklebarger and H. Carter Davidson joined the practice of Summit ENT & Hearing Services, an affiliate of Summit Health, at 755 Norland Ave., Chambersburg. They join Dr. Anna...
The American Red Cross said Thursday that it's cutting the equivalent of 17 full-time and one part-time staff positions across Western, Central and Southern Maryland, mainly to reduce administrative costs. The consolidation of administrative,...
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