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LIFESTYLE
August 11, 2011
Ashley and Danny Brugh II of Hagerstown announce the birth of a daughter, Cheyenne Marie Brugh , July 10, 2011. Maternal grandparents are Keith and Tina Harshman of Hagerstown. Paternal grandparents are Darrell and Marsha Ryan and Daniel Brugh of Hagerstown. Maternal great-grandparents are Isabelle Hostler of West Virginia and Nevin and Kendra Harshman of Maryland. Paternal great-grandparents are Bonnie Martin of Maryland and Donald Brugh of Florida. Paternal great-great-grandmother is Reba Martin of Maryland.
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OPINION
September 19, 2010
It's not too late. Voter registration in Maryland reopens Sept. 27 and closes Oct. 12. The general election is Nov. 2.
NEWS
May 27, 2012
Economic Pulse is a snapshot of Washington County's economy. Using the latest sales, construction and employment data, it provides comparative Maryland and national figures.
NEWS
December 2, 2009
NOV. 8, 1954-NOV. 30, 2009 CONWAY, S.C. - Beverly Jean Vaught, 55, of Bryants Landing Road, died Nov. 30, 2009, at Conway Medical Center. She was born Nov. 8, 1954, a daughter of the late Francis and Helen Faye Stultz Sumner. She is also predeceased by her grandparents, Tyler Frank Stultz and Ocie Ruby Stultz; and her aunt, Joan King. Beverly was a nurse in every sense of the word. She enjoyed taking care of others. She loved to sew, cook and collect angels, Santa Clauses, bells and pens.
NEWS
BY Raychel Harvey-Jones | April 29, 2013
A Maryland couple have donated a dream house to raise funds for the high school they attended and loved. Mark and Donna Gaver of Middletown, Maryland credit the discipline and team work they experienced through high school sport to their success of today. They're raffling off a house to help raise an additional one million dollars toward the renovation of their hometown high school stadium in Middletown, Maryland. The house, aptly named “Middletown Dream Home” boasts four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and a two-car garage.
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | September 16, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Mort Kunstler tries to get into the minds of his subjects when he paints. "I'm into every person there," he said, gesturing to one of his paintings. "I put myself into each guy. What would he be doing? What would he be thinking?" While painting his newest release, "Maryland, My Maryland," he imagined himself at the scene. It was June 25, 1863, and Gen. Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was crossing the Potomac River at Boteler's Ford. The troops were excited as they waded through the water and climbed up the riverbank.
OPINION
December 6, 2012
Wait, I thought this was a tax hike on the “rich”? To the editor: Maryland is preparing to take the gold medal in a competition only a fool would want to win. If we go over the “fiscal cliff,” my home state of Maryland will see an incredible $7,000 tax hike for a family making just the median income, according to an analysis by the Tax Foundation. This dramatic tax hike ranks as the highest amongst the 50 states and would do untold damage to the state's already fragile economic environment.
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