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Business briefs - April 21

April 21, 2013

Maryland Life magazine

Ten Washington County businesses and attractions recently were honored by the readers and editors of Maryland Life magazine.

The magazine’s third annual Free State’s Finest contest attracted more than 3,400 votes cast in 35 categories and numerous additional editors’ choices.

Honors went to:

• Antietam National Battlefield, finest historic attraction and finest park

• Black Rock Golf Course, finest golf course

• Blue Goose Fruit Market and Bakery, editors’ best-kept secret in Western Maryland

• Hagerstown Premium Outlets, finest shopping

• Knob Hall Winery, finest winery

• LJ’s and The Kat Lounge, editors’ pick for finest happy hour

• The Maryland Theatre, finest concert venue and finest theater

• R. Bruce Carson Jeweler, finest jeweler

• Sagittarius Salon and Spa, editors’ pick for finest spa

• Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, finest museum



Orthopaedic Associates

Dr. Shabbar Hussain opened a satellite office of Orthopaedic Associates on Jan. 2 at 12821 Oak Hill Ave., Suite 3, in Hagerstown. The Hagerstown site is open Wednesdays.

Hussain, who has been practicing orthopaedics for 23 years, attended medical school at Punjab Medical College in Pakistan. Following his training, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he did an internship at Polyclinc Hospital and his residency at Kimbrough Army Hospital at Fort Meade, Md. His residency was completed at Dwight D. Eisenhower Medical Center at Fort Gordon in Augusta, Ga. He worked at Walson Army Hospital at Fort Dix, N.J., for the remainder of his enlistment.

Hussain joined Orthopaedic Associates in Chambersburg, Pa., in 1992.

He provides services for adult and pediatric muscular skeletal disorders, and specializes in total joint replacements, including knees, hips, ankles and elbows. He also offers arthroscopic procedures; carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel releases; fracture care; trauma care; treats bunions and hammertoes; offers achilles tendon repairs/treatments; and treats neuromas and muscular back discomfort.

For more information call the Chambersburg office, at 1035 Wayne Ave., Suite 1, at 717-264-6211 or the Hagerstown office at 240-347-4950.



Little Caesars

Little Caesars, the chain with the Romanesque mascot and “pizza, pizza” slogan, is actively targeting Washington County as part of an initiative to expand its presence in smaller markets.

The Detroit-based company is hoping to expand with new franchise locations in smaller cities, selecting several markets nationwide that are poised for growth and represent opportunities for franchisees.

In addition to in-line shopping centers and strip mall locations, the new expansion plan includes opportunities for franchise locations in nontraditional franchise venues. This includes partnering with convenience stores, college campuses and military bases, along with other locales.

For more information about Little Caesars and franchise opportunities, go to www.littlecaesars.com or call 1-800-553-5776.

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