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November 7, 2006
Tessa Walls, 15, is a sophomore at Hancock Middle-Senior High School. She loves being active in her community. Kelsey Lidz, 17, is a senior at Boonsboro High School. She enjoys reading, writing, eating junk food and watching trashy reality shows on MTV. Rowan Copley, 17, of Hagerstown, studies graphic design at Hagerstown Community College. He uploads his photos to an public album on flickr.com. Darcy Shull, 14, is a freshman at North Hagerstown High School.
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NEWS
June 6, 2006
Elizabeth Kramer, 14, just completed eighth grade at Northern Middle School. She performed with her school's jazz band during Blues Fest. Caroline Rosenthal, 14, just finished eighth grade at St. Mary School. Her Destination ImagiNation team won a global championship. Brad Smith, 14, will be a freshman at Boonsboro High School in the fall. He likes video games, comic books and stuff that flies. Matt Newton, 17, is a visual communications student at Washington County Technical High School.
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By ROBERT KELLER and BRAD SMITH | March 7, 2006
By ROBERT KELLER Experiences can last a lifetime and never fade away. Day on the Job - a job-shadow program for eighth-graders in Washington County Public Schools - is like that. For my Day on the Job, I worked with Mark Keller, the sports editor of The Herald-Mail. I chose this because I want to be an author when I grow up. Keller showed me how the sports section is set up. He works in the evening putting together pages for the next day's Sports section. He finds pictures and stories to put in the newspaper from The Associated Press and from Herald-Mail sports writers.
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by ANDREA ROWLAND | June 10, 2004
andrear@herald-mail.com Discover the value of those vintage tins, tools, postcards, paintings, children's toys, china and other antiques and collectibles by taking your treasures to Beaver Creek Antique Market's first-ever appraisal fair. At least six appraisers specializing in jewelry, dolls and toys, furniture, pottery, collectibles, comic books and other paper products will be at the market from noon to 4 p.m. Friday, June 11. The appraisal fair - all proceeds from which will benefit Hospice of Washington County - will kick off Beaver Creek's weekend-long 20th anniversary celebration.
NEWS
June 10, 2004
The following antiques and collectibles experts will appraise items at Beaver Creek Antique Market's 20th anniversary celebration: Betty Bachtell of Hagerstown, jewelry Ellen Bercovici of Bethesda, Md., collectibles Susan Willis of Bethesda, Md., collectibles Bill McKenzie of Hagerstown, comic books and other paper products Linda Caricofe of Hagerstown, dolls and toys Judy Pomroy of...
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by Chris Copley | July 15, 2003
chrisc@herald-mail.com Walk into a comic book store such as Atomic Comics in downtown Hagerstown and it's like strolling through a crowd on a city sidewalk. Muscular heroes and curvaceous heroines thrash evildoers! Lovers gaze into each others' eyes or weep solitary tears. Sparky children and silly animals cavort in this corner. Sprinkled here and there are fearsome, dark-eyed demons, fairies and other fantastical creatures. So many characters. So much action. So appealing to an evolving group of fans.
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by BOB MAGINNIS | December 10, 2002
Who says there's no place to shop in downtown Hagerstown? Too many people, unfortunately, only because they haven't done as I did last week and looked around to see what's really there. I found so many places I ran out of space in last Sunday's column. Here's installment No. 2. In every establishment, I asked this question: "If I want to purchase a holiday gift and have $25 to $40- to spend, what can I get in your shop?" At Lena Darner's at 59 N. Potomac St., I was greeted by owner Lori Ruda and a tiny white dog named Tucker, who danced on his hind legs as two customers entered.
NEWS
November 30, 1999
Matt Newton, 17, studies visual communications at Washington County Technical High School. He views organized religions with a skeptical eye. Robert Keller, 13, is an eighth-grader at Western Heights Middle School. He has enjoyed eighth grade and is looking forward to high school. Elina Mir, 12, is a sixth-grader attending St. Mary Catholic School. She enjoys reading and writing books. Brad Smith, 14, goes to Boonsboro Middle School; his favorite class is lunch. He likes video games, comic books, TV, computers, gadgets and tech toys and stuff.
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