September 20, 2012
Lauren Hadavand and her husband, Ali, are expecting their first child on Nov. 28. The Martinsburg, W.Va., couple attended Lauren's 20-week ultrasound together last month at Capital Women's Care in Hagerstown. An ultrasound is generally done halfway through pregancy to check for abnormalities or genetic defects. During the procedure, the ultrasound technician can usually determine the baby's gender. But rather than have the technician tell the gender of their baby, the Hadavands opted to find out in a nontraditional way - with a cake provided to them after the procedure.
May 22, 2013
Cats Young domestic shorthair, gender unknown, gray, black, white and orange, found on Red Hill Road in Keedysville Adult DSH, female, orange, found on Clay Road in Hagerstown Young domestic medium-hair, gender unknown, buff, found on Salem Avenue in Hagerstown Young DMH, gender unknown, black, found on Salem Avenue Adult DSH, gender unknown, brown and gray, found on Durberry Road in Smithsburg Young DSH, gender unknown,...