January 20, 2003
email@example.com Two Hagerstown women died Sunday in a two-vehicle accident on Dual Highway near Foxshire Plaza. Bertha Langenstein, 80, of 1748 Howell Road, was the driver of a light green 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass that was eastbound on Dual Highway, according to Washington County Sheriff's Deputy Arnold Cerezo. There were no passengers in Langenstein's car. The other driver, Mary Jane Weller, 82, of 619 Chestnut St., was the operator and sole occupant of a dark green 1995 Cadillac Concours that was westbound on Dual Highway en route to westbound Mount Aetna Road when the accident occurred, Cerezo said.
February 7, 2008
In 2007 the Community Free Clinic in Hagerstown had 14,499 patient visits and dispensed more than 33,000 prescription medications with a total retail value of more than $2.8 million, Executive Director Robin Roberson said. Last year's Potters Bowl raised $17,011 which helped pay for patient care services, such as supplies and the staff salaries at the clinic, according to Roberson and Carol Mendelsohn, co-chairwoman for the Potters Bowl. The clinic also is served by many volunteer medical professionals.
November 20, 2005
firstname.lastname@example.org WASHINGTON COUNTY - The JFK 50 Mile offered two kinds of chicken noodle soup, one of the support workers at the C&O Canal towpath near Harpers Ferry Road in Washington County joked to race participants. Ray-men or rah-men noodles were on the menu, spoofing ramen noodles soup, the worker said. The worker, stationed at the C&O Canal towpath at Antietam Creek, near Canal and Harpers Ferry roads, joked that most people preferred the ray-men soup.
March 13, 2012
Sandy Shank said she loves to cook. "I'm self-taught. I never learned when I was young," she said. "Both my grandmother and mother were wonderful cooks and I was determined to be a wonderful cook, too. " One of her specialties is soups. "I look at other recipes and adapt them to my tastes," Shank said. "I have a whole repertoire of different recipes. " This soup, her creamy chicken rice soup, she makes to take to friends who are not feeling well. It's fast to make, tastes delicious and is easy on the stomach, she said.
April 20, 1999
Americans eat a lot of chicken - about 73 pounds each per year. Seventy-seven percent of consumers serve chicken at home at least once a week, and 52 percent two to three times a week, according to information provided by National Chicken Council in Washington, D.C. We asked you to send us your favorite chicken recipes and promised to share some of them. [cont. from lifestyle ] Thanks to everyone who did. None of the recipes seems too complicated or difficult to make, and they all look pretty tasty.
May 17, 2006
1 teaspoon vegetable cooking oil 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves 1 (10.75-ounce) can cream of chicken soup 1 1/2 cups water 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/4 teaspoon paprika 2 cups quick-cooking rice 2 cups fresh or frozen broccoli or vegetable mix Heat oil in nonstick skillet over medium high heat. Add chicken; brown lightly on each side. Cover and cook 4 minutes on each side or until cooked through. Remove chicken to a bowl or plate.
January 11, 2011
The recipe was passed down to me from my mother, Sherry Craig. When I was little, our family home was the one that everyone congregated at. We just never knew who would stop by for a visit at dinner time. My mom picked up this quick-and-easy chicken recipe from her friend, Connie Mozingo. With it, we have fed a lot of friends and family. We had cousins in Pennsylvania who would stop in for a visit. Sometimes, my older brother's friends would stop by around dinner time "just to see what was going on," they said.
April 23, 2002
Washington County and Berkeley County school lunches for the week of April 29 to May 3 Washington County - Elementary Monday - Cheeseburger on whole grain bun, peaches, potato rounds, trail mix and milk. Tuesday - Pepperoni pizza, pears, golden corn, Italian ice and milk. Wednesday - Steamer on whole grain bun, Mandarin oranges, chicken tortilla soup, garden salad with spinach and milk. Thursday - Brainy fish sandwich, banana, macaroni and cheese, pudding pop and milk.
July 15, 2003
CLEAR SPRING - A $250 scholarship recently was presented to Sarah Jones, who graduated in the top 10 percent of her 2003 class at Clear Spring High School. The scholarship - the first awarded by the Clear Spring Senior Citizens Club - will go toward Jones' nursing studies at Salisbury University. Betty Renner, spokeswoman for the club, said money for the scholarship was raised through the sale of chicken dinners, soup and sandwiches. The Clear Spring Senior Citizens Club meets the first Monday of each month in the community building behind the American Legion Hall.