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by SAVORY SAM | February 18, 2007
SHARPSBURG - One of the highly anticipated restaurants on the to-be-reviewed list of the Savory Sam clan has been Antietam Cafe and Wine Bar, a recently developed restaurant on Sharpsburg's main drag. A couple visits in the past month did not disappoint. Although there were quibbles with some dishes and prices are upper tier for Washington County, Antietam Cafe and Wine Bar is worth a visit. The cafe is a renovated home next to Captain Benders. The layout of the house has been preserved in the suite of dining areas.
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NEWS
February 18, 2007
By SAVORY SAM SHARPSBURG -- One of the highly anticipated restaurants on the to-be-reviewed list of the Savory Sam clan has been Antietam Café and Wine Bar, a recently developed restaurant on Sharpsburg's main drag. A couple visits in the past month did not disappoint. Although there were quibbles with some dishes and prices are upper tier for Washington County, Antietam Café and Wine Bar is worth a visit. The café is a renovated home next to Captain Benders. The layout of the house has been preserved in the suite of dining areas.
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | October 8, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - In a gymnasium filled with purple and silver balloons, surrounded by trays of crab dip, beef roulade and pastries, Ron Myers found himself thinking about saltines. Myers, a volunteer with REACH Caregivers, said he and his wife sometimes bring in cases of crackers when they volunteer at the REACH Day Resource Center. Usually, they're gone in five minutes. "There are so many people who haven't had any food all day," Myers said. And it's not through any fault of their own, he said.
NEWS
By ANDREA ROWLAND | September 11, 1999
BOONSBORO - Such sights as sunbathers and ball games on battlefields made Tim Johnson see ghosts. The Falling Waters, W.Va., photographer uses double exposure to create "ghostly images" on real pictures of Civil War battle sites to "make people think about what happened," he said. Johnson's photograph of two Union and Confederate soldiers' ghosts shaking hands over their fallen bodies at the stone wall where Pickett's Charge ended at the Battle of Gettysburg made Ted Fischer stop in his tracks.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | June 3, 2004
katec@herald-mail.com Berkeley Springs, W.Va., printmaker Jan Heath and her husband, painter Jonathan Heath, are among the more than 125 artists and craftspeople who have been selected to display their work at the 11th annual Frederick Festival of the Arts this weekend along Carroll Creek Park in Frederick, Md. The Heaths each do about six festivals a year, Jan Heath said. The Frederick Festival of the Arts is one they both have done for at least five years. "It's a really nice atmosphere," Jan Heath said.
NEWS
by ANNE WEATHERHOLT | February 9, 2006
Valentine's Day Valentine's Day - the day for lovers - is coming up next Tuesday. The stores are full of pink and red decorations. But red is also the color for those who wish to be aware of women's heart health! Heart disease is the number one killer of women - more than breast cancer, more than diabetes! Most of us know the habits and choices that lead to heart health - diet, exercise, non-smoking. We also know the factors that contribute to heart disease - high blood pressure, obesity, high cholesterol.
NEWS
October 6, 2011
By Anne Chovey Special to The Herald-Mail Tony's Pizza & Italian Restaurant is off the bend in the road on Pennsylvania Avenue, not far from the Hagerstown Regional Airport. My friend, Pap Ricka, and I decided to eat there one recent evening. The sign outside advertised that a pasta dinner buffet was available Monday through Thursday -- a dangerous choice for folks who love Italian food as much as Pap and I do . We entered Tony's through a small entryway into the dining room.
NEWS
September 21, 2004
SMITHSBURG - The Smithsburg Athletic Booster Club of Smithsburg High School will host the 30th annual Smithsburg Steam Engine & Craft Show Saturday, Sept. 25, and Sunday, Sept. 26. Antique steam traction engines and gasoline tractors will be featured at the annual show. Traction engines will be used to demonstrate how farmers once sawed lumber, threshed wheat and made wooden shingles. Antique tractors will parade through town at 5 p.m. Saturday. Attendees also will find arts and crafts, flea markets and food such as country ham sandwiches, crab cakes and steamers.
BUSINESS
June 2, 2013
Name of business: Appleman Grille Owner: Felicia McDonald Address: 8488 Winchester Ave., Inwood, W.Va. Opening date: January 2013 Products and services: Crab cakes, steamed shrimp, boardwalk fries and homemade food Target market: Anyone who wants to try something different How did you get into your business, and what motivated you to start it? It was always a dream of my dad's to open up a restaurant, but he died not long after retiring from the Maryland State Police.
OBITUARIES
January 6, 2013
Virginia J. "Ginny" Goslin, 92, of Hagerstown, Md., passed away Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, surrounded by her daughter and granddaughters. She was born Aug. 29, 1920, in Hagerstown. Virginia was the daughter of the late Robert F. and Anna M. Butts Johnson. Virginia was the wife of Bayard W. Goslin, who passed away June 19, 1972. Virginia was a member of Oak Ridge Garden Club and Southside Bowling League, and enjoyed birds, flowers, word-search puzzles, soap operas, and crab cakes and beer at Chic's Seafood in Hagerstown.
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