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Lynn Little | May 15, 2012
When thinking about what to have for dinner, fish is a good choice. Fish is low in saturated fat and can benefit the cardiovascular system when replacing other meat that is higher in saturated fat. Also, omega-3 fatty acids in fish are considered a "good" fat that benefit heart health and is essential in pregnancy and infant development. ChooseMyPlate ( www.choosemyplate.gov ) recommends that twice a week seafood (fish and shellfish) be the main protein food on your plate.  Seafood contains a range of nutrients, including healthful omega-3 fats that can help prevent heart disease, so choose to eat a variety.
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Melissa Tewes and Joe Fleischman | Your Health Matters | November 11, 2011
Special to The Herald-Mail If you grew up in Maryland, seafood as part of your diet is nothing new. Maryland is for crabs, but there are many other reasons to include seafood in your diet. Fish and seafood contain essential oils that not only provide a flavorful and concentrated source of energy, but also a significant source of essential fatty acids. What does it mean when a nutrient is considered essential?  In simple terms, essential nutrients are those that our bodies cannot produce sufficient quantities of. In order to obtain adequate levels of these nutrients, we must consume food rich sources.
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Lynn Little | September 27, 2011
Fish and shellfish are an important part of a healthful diet. Fish and shellfish contain high-quality protein and other essential nutrients, are low in saturated fat, and contain omega-3 fatty acids.   A well-balanced diet that includes a variety of fish and shellfish can contribute to heart health and children's proper growth and development. That means that women and young children in particular should include fish or shellfish in their diets because of the many nutritional benefits.
BUSINESS
August 26, 2012
Name of Business: Just In Time Seafood Owners: Justin and Kelly White Address: 245 Retail Commons Parkway, Martinsburg, W.Va. Opening date: June 8, 2012 Products and services: We have fresh seafood, live crabs, we do lunches and dinners, as well as feasts. Target market: Anyone who enjoys seafood How did you get into your business, and what motivated you to start it? Justin has been in seafood his entire life. His mother is from the Eastern Shore of Maryland and his father is from the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
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.
NEWS
by DAVE McMILLION | August 4, 2003
charlestown@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Workers spent about 31/2 hours clearing the southbound lanes of Interstate 81 below the Tablers Station Road exit Sunday after a tractor-trailer carrying 26,000 pounds of seafood flipped in the freeway, police said. Although Berkeley County Sheriff's deputies were able to keep one lane of traffic open around the crash scene most of the time, traffic still backed up to some of the Martinsburg exits seven miles away, said Cpl. Ron Gardner.
OBITUARIES
July 29, 2013
Eric “Rick” Louis Sciulla Sr., 58, director of seafood at Weis Markets, Sunbury, Pa., and co-creator of Schula's Grill and Crab House in Hagerstown, Md., tragically died while golfing on Saturday, July 27, 2013. He was the beloved husband of 39 years of Frances Sciulla; son of Mary Grace Sciulla; brother of Toni Egan, Lisa Perrone and Mary Ellen Rivera; and cherished father of four children and five grandchildren, including son, Augie Sciulla and his wife, Colleen, and their children, Austin, Addison and Avery; daughter, Christina Brown and her husband, Kevin; son, Rick Sciulla Jr. and his wife, Nicole; and daughter, Danielle Bloom and husband, Brian, and their children, Payton and Emerson.
NEWS
by NICK MOHAR-SCHURZ | August 6, 2006
During the week, Robert "Bud" Kelley makes his living traveling wide and far as a carpenter, but on weekends he is building a business in Washington County selling crabs out of a truck. While working to help rebuild the Pentagon after 9/11, Kelley got some advice from a friend, Willy Wright, who had been selling seafood part time from a roadside truck in the Washington, D.C., area for more than 20 years. Kelley said Wright showed him how to convert a truck for use as a seafood business.
NEWS
October 14, 2007
By SAVORY SAM There's been something of a revolving door at 12 E. Washington St. in downtown Hagerstown, with a series of restaurants coming and going during the past several years. Several of them were distinctive, good-quality establishments that deserved to stay. Happily, Durango Restaurant, which now occupies the space, is one of these. Durango has a Tex-Mex and Spanish menu, with dishes hailing from Spain, Central America and South America. There's plenty of variety, with familiar dishes such as burritos and chimichangas alongside less common fare, such as ceviche and paella.
NEWS
By SAVORY SAM | October 14, 2007
There's been something of a revolving door at 12 E. Washington St. in downtown Hagerstown, with a series of restaurants coming and going during the past several years. Several of them were distinctive, good-quality establishments that deserved to stay. Happily, Durango Restaurant, which now occupies the space, is one of these. Durango has a Tex-Mex and Spanish menu, with dishes hailing from Spain, Central America and South America. There's plenty of variety, with familiar dishes such as burritos and chimichangas alongside less common fare, such as ceviche and paella.
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July 29, 2013
Eric “Rick” Louis Sciulla Sr., 58, director of seafood at Weis Markets, Sunbury, Pa., and co-creator of Schula's Grill and Crab House in Hagerstown, Md., tragically died while golfing on Saturday, July 27, 2013. He was the beloved husband of 39 years of Frances Sciulla; son of Mary Grace Sciulla; brother of Toni Egan, Lisa Perrone and Mary Ellen Rivera; and cherished father of four children and five grandchildren, including son, Augie Sciulla and his wife, Colleen, and their children, Austin, Addison and Avery; daughter, Christina Brown and her husband, Kevin; son, Rick Sciulla Jr. and his wife, Nicole; and daughter, Danielle Bloom and husband, Brian, and their children, Payton and Emerson.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | July 17, 2013
The former Woodpoint Bar & Grill off Salem Avenue in Hagerstown might open in the next few weeks under a different name and new owners. The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County on Wednesday voted 3-0 to grant a conditional liquor license to Brian Marquiss and Frederick Knode. The liquor board told Marquiss and Knode that they would have to obtain a trader's license, and the Woodpoint at 1437 Salem Ave. would have to pass final inspections from the fire and health departments to complete the process.
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.
BUSINESS
August 26, 2012
Name of Business: Just In Time Seafood Owners: Justin and Kelly White Address: 245 Retail Commons Parkway, Martinsburg, W.Va. Opening date: June 8, 2012 Products and services: We have fresh seafood, live crabs, we do lunches and dinners, as well as feasts. Target market: Anyone who enjoys seafood How did you get into your business, and what motivated you to start it? Justin has been in seafood his entire life. His mother is from the Eastern Shore of Maryland and his father is from the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
NEWS
Lynn Little | May 15, 2012
When thinking about what to have for dinner, fish is a good choice. Fish is low in saturated fat and can benefit the cardiovascular system when replacing other meat that is higher in saturated fat. Also, omega-3 fatty acids in fish are considered a "good" fat that benefit heart health and is essential in pregnancy and infant development. ChooseMyPlate ( www.choosemyplate.gov ) recommends that twice a week seafood (fish and shellfish) be the main protein food on your plate.  Seafood contains a range of nutrients, including healthful omega-3 fats that can help prevent heart disease, so choose to eat a variety.
NEWS
Melissa Tewes and Joe Fleischman | Your Health Matters | November 11, 2011
Special to The Herald-Mail If you grew up in Maryland, seafood as part of your diet is nothing new. Maryland is for crabs, but there are many other reasons to include seafood in your diet. Fish and seafood contain essential oils that not only provide a flavorful and concentrated source of energy, but also a significant source of essential fatty acids. What does it mean when a nutrient is considered essential?  In simple terms, essential nutrients are those that our bodies cannot produce sufficient quantities of. In order to obtain adequate levels of these nutrients, we must consume food rich sources.
NEWS
Lynn Little | September 27, 2011
Fish and shellfish are an important part of a healthful diet. Fish and shellfish contain high-quality protein and other essential nutrients, are low in saturated fat, and contain omega-3 fatty acids.   A well-balanced diet that includes a variety of fish and shellfish can contribute to heart health and children's proper growth and development. That means that women and young children in particular should include fish or shellfish in their diets because of the many nutritional benefits.
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DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | December 8, 2010
The owner of the building that used to be home to the Gateway Seafood House on U.S. 40 near Clear Spring told the Washington County liquor board Wednesday that he intends to evict the new tenant fewer than two months after she opened a restaurant there. Frank Plessinger told the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County that tenant Tina Hayes has failed to sign a lease and pay rent since she opened the Gateway Steak & Seafood Restaurant at 15124 National Pike. He said he intended to change the locks so Hayes couldn’t re-enter the property.
NEWS
August 5, 2010
The place with the big crab offers a large menu of seafood dishes By Anne Chovey Special to The Herald-Mail It has been several years since I visited Chic's Seafood restaurant, the little place on the corner of Summit Avenue and West Lee Street in Hagerstown, with the distinctive big crab on the roof.My friends and I entered the restaurant in the carry-out area. Large display cases are filled with fresh fish and shellfish just waiting to be plopped in the fryer or under the broiler.
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By ANNE CHOVEY | July 3, 2010
It has been several years since I visited Chic's Seafood restaurant, the little place on the corner of Summit Avenue and West Lee Street in Hagerstown, with the distinctive big crab on the roof. My friends and I entered the restaurant in the carry-out area. Large display cases are filled with fresh fish and shellfish just waiting to be plopped in the fryer or under the broiler. Big fat stuffed shrimp, crab cakes and accompanying salads filled the trays. The smell of fresh fish was intoxicating.
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