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By MEG H. PARTINGTON | megp@herald-mail.com | October 15, 2012
A lot has changed since Nick's Airport Inn opened in 1961. The neighboring Hagerstown Regional Airport has grown and some of the empty land that used to surround the restaurant is now home to Sierra Nevada Corp. The same quality of food is offered at Nick's, but the menu has been tweaked to cater to a more health-conscious clientele, said Paul Giannaris, one of several family members who runs the eatery at 14548 Pennsylvania Ave., which has expanded in its 51-year existence. “Things have gotten a little more casual,” he said of the attire worn by restaurant patrons.
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By DAN DEARTH | July 1, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- The manager of a nightclub on Dual Highway in Hagerstown on Wednesday told the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, the establishment has been violating the conditions of its liquor license. Roy Lorshbaugh, manager of Divi's Nightclub at 431 Dual Highway, said during a hearing the nightclub wasn't serving at least 51 percent food. Businesses with a license to pour alcohol must serve at least 51 percent prepared food, or food that is cooked, as a condition of the license.
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by KRISTIN WILSON | June 21, 2006
They catch, they throw. They pitch crazy curve balls and strive for the grand slam. But baseball aside, there's one other thing that binds together members of the Hagerstown Suns baseball team: They all love to eat. Before and after games, if it smells like food and tastes pretty good, it's gone, says Pete Stasio, equipment and clubhouse manager for the Hagerstown Suns. "If it's hot, they'll eat it," he says. "These guys like to eat. Everything I put out is usually gone by the end of the night.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | October 4, 2009
SHARPSBURG -- The Mighty Mo and the Orange Freeze -- Washington, D.C.-area treats from decades past -- were served near Sharpsburg this weekend, with a side order of nostalgia. The Mighty Mo is "two hamburgers, crisp lettuce, melted cheese, special dressing, dill pickle slice, sesame seed roll. " But to those at the Mighty Mo Reunion, the stacked burger is more than the sum of its ingredients. The annual reunion for people who remember food and fun from that era is held at Jim Kehoe's Antietam Gallery on Md. 34. Kehoe, a 1964 graduate of Northwestern High School in Prince George's County, Md., said the Mighty Mo burger was served at Mighty Mo, a restaurant of the same name, and at Hot Shoppes.
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By LYNN F. LITTLE | December 7, 1999
The holiday season can be a very special time for families and friends to get together. But if proper care is not taken, the unfortunate symptoms - nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headaches - of food-borne illness can be an unwelcome guest. cont. from lifestyle Food-borne illness is more likely to occur after parties or holiday meals for a number of reasons. The quantity of food handled is much larger than normal; therefore, normal cooking and cooling techniques may not be adequate.
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by Russell Williams | April 3, 2005
There has been much discussion raised by the Terri Schiavo situation in Florida. I, unfortunately, have had a recent experience that may be viewed as having some similarities. Daddy had been failing intellectually and physically for five to seven years. When his eyes became so bad that he could no longer read, he started listening to books on tapes. Eventually he got to the point where he would listen to two or three chapters, fall asleep, and, when he woke up, be unable to remember anything about what he had just listened to. Therefore, he would play the same two or three chapters again and again.
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August 11, 2004
Fairgoers mingle around Lions Park in Mercersburg, Pa., on Tuesday during the Mercersburg Lions Club Community Fair. The fair continues through Saturday and features rides, games, food and live music.
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August 11, 2006
The Children's Fiesta was held Thursday at the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Public Library in Martinsburg, W.Va. The event was part of a summer-long reading program and included stories, food, games and dancing.
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January 15, 2008
The children at the Funkstown School for Early Childhood Education collected 502 cans of food, which were donated to The Salvation Army in Hagerstown.
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November 2, 1999
How much do people eat in their lifetime? The average American who lives to the age of 72 eats 72,135 meals or 35.5 tons of food in that lifetime.
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