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Motorists in Washington County be warned, starting Oct. 1, the sheriff's department will be ticketing drivers who fail to slow down or move to another... [Read More]
The Spirit Ride rolls through Hagerstown to bring awareness to drivers... [Read More]
Re-enacting the American Civil War has been popular for decades, drawing big crowds and enthusiastic participants representing both the Union and Confederate armies. But recent... [Read More]
When Gary Rohrer got the call on Feb. 11, 2012, that a gentleman from Calgary in Alberta, Canada, wanted a tour of Antietam National Battlefield,... [Read More]
The blood-soaked fields and the thousands of bodies may be long gone, but the Battle of Antietam and the 23,110 soldiers that were killed, wounded... [Read More]
Pastor Ed Heim will step behind the pulpit at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hagerstown for the last time on Sunday, Sept. 10. [Read More]
The Community Foundation of Washington County later this month will award $1,700 to three organizations that work to reduce teen pregnancy and unsafe sexual practices. [Read More]
Dr. John Hornbaker Jr., was recently cleaning out his office at the Robinwood Heart Center in Hagerstown, when he found his 1963 license to practice... [Read More]
It was Lindsay Rhoderick's first time attending Augustoberfest, so the Boonsboro resident marked her inaugural visit dressed in a traditional German Ocktoberfest dirndl. [Read More]
Thousands of people descended on the town of Williamsport on Saturday to shop for crafts, grab a beer and stroll through the streets enjoying the... [Read More]
The 41st C&O Canal Days was held in Williamsport Saturday. [Read More]
Jill Colbert welcomes in Augustoberfest on Saturday. [Read More]
When a man identifying himself as a White House preservation officer showed up on the doorstep of the Hudson House Galleries in Funkstown on Saturday... [Read More]
White House renovations includes two eagles from Funkstown gallery. (Sherry Greenfield/Reporter/Recorded on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017). [Read More]
The new Maryland Institute of Music opens in Halfway. [Read More]
If you dream of being in a rock 'n' roll band or following in the footsteps of guitarists Jimi Hendrix or Prince, the new Maryland... [Read More]
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Maxwell Leo Swain was killed Dec. 19, 1944, during the Battle of the Bulge, the last major German offensive campaign in... [Read More]