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December 31, 2009
The Greater Campher Temple's Pastor's Aide is sponsoring a chicken dinner Sunday, Jan. 10, starting at 2 p.m. The menu includes fried chicken, green beans, potato salad or macaroni and cheese, dessert and roll. Tickets cost $8. The church is at 125 Bethel St. in Hagerstown.
NEWS
July 16, 2008
The Clear Spring High School class of 1957 will hold a reunion on Sunday, Sept. 14, at noon at the American Legion Activity Building behind the Clear Spring Legion Post. Lunch will include fried chicken, ham, potato salad, macaroni salad, Watergate salad, iced tea and water. Lunch will be free. Anyone wishing to bring a covered dish, is welcome to do so. A log house model, made and donated by Jesse Shoemaker, will be raffled off. For more information, call Phil Mummert at 301-842-2130, Pat Hull at 301-842-2940 or Frank Carpenter at 301-252-5800.
NEWS
March 19, 2009
A chicken and pig feet dinner will be held at Greater Campher Temple Saturday from 11 a.m. until sold out. The church is at 125 Bethel St. in Hagerstown. The dinner is sponsored by the Pastor's Aide Committee. The chicken dinner costs $8 and includes fried chicken, potato salad, collard greens or macaroni and cheese or sweet potatoes, rolls and tea (for those who dine in). The pigs feet dinner costs $8 and includes pig feet, potato salad, collared greens, rolls and tea. Side dishes can be purchased separately.
NEWS
August 13, 2010
Zion Baptist Church will hold a crab feast Saturday, Sept. 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the UAW Hall, 18131 Maugans Ave. in Maugansville. The menu includes fried chicken, macaroni salad, crab soup and corn on the cob. Tickets cost $35. Tickets must be reserved by Aug. 28. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.ZBC61.org . There is a $2.50 processing fee for all tickets purchased online. All proceeds benefit Zion Baptist Church's capital campaign. The Rev. Rickey A. Smith Sr. is pastor.
NEWS
By CRYSTAL SCHELLE | March 25, 2009
Born and raised in Washington County, I've always loved my home state. I can tell you the state flower is the black-eyed Susan, the state cat is the calico, the dog is the Chesapeake Bay retriever and the state song is "Maryland, My Maryland. " Although I've never competed in the state sport of jousting, I have on several occasions sampled the sweet meat of Maryland blue crabs. But Maryland food consists of more than just blue crabs laden in salt and Old Bay seasonings or served as a soup.
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Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | September 2, 2011
Second Christian Church, 65 W. North Ave., will have fried chicken and fish dinners Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The menu includes fried chicken or fried fish, potato salad or macaroni and cheese, greens beans, rolls, cake, pie or peach cobbler, and soda. The meals will be eat in, carry out, or delivered. The meals cost $8 each. For delivery, call Agnes at 301-797-0407. SHHS alumni meeting South Hagerstown High School's Alumni Association will meet Thursday, Sept.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | February 15, 2000
As the owner of The Steakout Restaurant, David Jones prepares food for his patrons. For the past two Tuesday nights, Jones has served dinner to a different clientele, the "residents" of Hagerstown's Cold Weather Shelter. "The first night, there were about 50-55 people to feed and they really enjoyed it," Jones said as he was preparing his second weekly offering. The menu the first week was fried chicken and all the trimmings, including dessert. "We're serving fried chicken again ... at their request," Jones said.
NEWS
August 26, 2011
By Anne Chovey Special to The Herald-Mail Byers Stop-N-Go, 152 Burhans Blvd., is hard to describe. The shop stretches across several store fronts. It is part grocery store, part deli, part ice cream shop and part check-cashing service. Somehow it all works. A friend of mine recommended the chicken at Byers so I thought I would check it out. I found the front door and entered into a very busy place. To the right was a large room that contained the check-cashing, coin-counting and bill-paying services.
NEWS
By D. BARRETT BROWN | September 28, 2007
After the family gatherings, vacations, and neighborhood cookouts of summer, the arrival of fall and early winter, with their lavish displays of seasonal color, provide conditions perfectly suited to the day trip. Autumn is the time to get out and enjoy the last of the temperate weather before the snows of winter trap you in your home like a rat. So prepare an inviting meal, get outdoors and treat yourself to an afternoon of food and drink. What Foods to Pack First, remember that horsing down a fast-food meal in a bag while parked in your car at a scenic overlook or rest stop picnic table does not count as an outdoor dining experience.
NEWS
August 17, 2005
Glow Ball Night Golf Tournament The tournament format will be a two-person, nine-hole scramble featuring an added twist. It will take place in the dark with glow-in-the-dark equipment. Check-in at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 19, tournament begins at 8:30 p.m. Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run Golf Course, Hagerstown. $20 per person, payable at the event. Register today. Call 301-733-8630. Registration forms are available at the golf course. Book sale Booksavers will hold a fall sale.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | August 8, 2013
A man who jumped over the counter and robbed Wayne's Country Store in Hagerstown on Thursday afternoon might be the same person who tried to rob a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on Dual Highway earlier this week, according to city police. The most recent robbery occurred shortly before 12:30 p.m., when a man jumped over the counter of the store, pushed the clerk aside and grabbed cash from the register, said Lt. Tom Langston of the Hagerstown Police Department. The man, who did not show a weapon, fled east on West Washington Street with an undetermined amount of money, Langston said.
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Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | October 4, 2012
Former area basketball standout Lee Green will hold the 2012 Preseason Elite Skills Clinic Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. to noon at St. Maria Goretti High School in Hagerstown. The clinic will include player development, teaching the fundamentals and advance skills, including ball handling, shooting, defender control and finishing moves. The clinic is geared for boys and girls in grades five through 12. The instructors will include Green, Phil Lane, Rodney Gibson and Jen Piccolomini.
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Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | May 4, 2012
The Men of Ebenezer AME Church, 26 W. Bethel St., will hold a breakfast Saturday, from 7 to 11 a.m.  The menu includes eggs, bacon, sausage, gravy, fried potatoes and onions, biscuit, juice or coffee.  The meal costs $6. It will be eat in, take out, or delivery. For delivery, call 301-797-6123. Fitness program On Saturday, a walkathon will be held at Zion Baptist Church, starting at 8:30 a.m. The event will be the kickoff of the church's fitness program.
LIFESTYLE
By CHRIS COPLEY | chrisc@herald-mail.com | November 8, 2011
Editor's note: This is the first in an occasional series of stories interviewing local chefs. Ron Holman, who heads the kitchen at Georgia Boy Cafe at Park Circle in Hagerstown, does not think of himself as a chef. "I don't like to be called a chef. I'm a cook," he said. "I don't have any formal training as a chef. I just want to satisfy that (homestyle) customer. " Holman and business partner Montez Dorsey opened Georgia Boy Cafe at Park Circle about two years ago. The place has found a steady clientele serving homestyle, Southern dishes such as fried chicken, fried catfish, collard greens and barbecued chicken wings.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | kate.alexander@herald-mail.com | November 5, 2011
After years of formal balls, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra Guild kicked back to a more relaxed time Saturday and celebrated its 30th anniversary by rocking around the clock while raising money for the orchestra. More than 150 supporters attended the 1950s-60s-themed event held at Hager Hall off Dual Highway. "It's fun to see the different ways people have dressed," said Jody Long, a longtime guild member. Poodle skirts, letterman sweaters and leather jackets joined the elegant gowns and pressed suits sported by patrons this year.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | November 2, 2011
A Hancock church wants to do its part to make sure veterans are appreciated this Veterans Day by holding a dinner in their honor. Hancock United Methodist Church parishioner Shannon McKinley said Nov. 11 will mark the second consecutive year that the church has hosted the Community Veterans Day Dinner. The event will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. "It was my idea, and it just went from there," McKinley said. "We wanted to show appreciation to those who have given so much of their lives to our country.
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Madge Miles | Around Jonathan Street | September 2, 2011
Second Christian Church, 65 W. North Ave., will have fried chicken and fish dinners Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The menu includes fried chicken or fried fish, potato salad or macaroni and cheese, greens beans, rolls, cake, pie or peach cobbler, and soda. The meals will be eat in, carry out, or delivered. The meals cost $8 each. For delivery, call Agnes at 301-797-0407. SHHS alumni meeting South Hagerstown High School's Alumni Association will meet Thursday, Sept.
NEWS
August 26, 2011
By Anne Chovey Special to The Herald-Mail Byers Stop-N-Go, 152 Burhans Blvd., is hard to describe. The shop stretches across several store fronts. It is part grocery store, part deli, part ice cream shop and part check-cashing service. Somehow it all works. A friend of mine recommended the chicken at Byers so I thought I would check it out. I found the front door and entered into a very busy place. To the right was a large room that contained the check-cashing, coin-counting and bill-paying services.
LIFESTYLE
By MARIE GILBERT | marieg@herald-mail.com | June 21, 2011
Editor's note: This is the seventh in a series about neighborhood grocery stores. There was a time when Smithsburg Market was just another mom and pop grocery store — nothing special because there were so many more just like it. Now, those stores mostly exist in memories. That's what makes this small business on South Main Street special. It has with- stood the test of time. It was about 30 years ago when the store opened its doors to customers. Since then, it has found a new location on the opposite side of the street It also has had several owners and more competition for the dollar.
NEWS
June 17, 2011
By ANNE CHOVEY Special to The Herald-Mail The Clear Spring Country Diner's claim to fame, according to its Facebook page, is that they "treat you like family and are proud to serve you. " That sounded to me like a good reason to stop in and see them. I took Pap Ricka and Mack Aroni with me. Mack is the king of mashed potatoes and gravy and I thought that the diner would be perfect for him. The diner is located on the far side of Clear Spring going up Fairview Mountain on the western side of town.
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