November 16, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Today's Kinder Konzerts will be at Hagerstown Community College, not Smithsburg High School as previously announced. Performances are scheduled at 9 and 10:30 a.m.
November 9, 2009
SMITHSBURG --Â Milton Creagh, author of "Nobody Wants Your Child" and former host of the national PBS series "Parenting Works," visited Smithsburg High School on Monday.
May 10, 2012
The Humane Society of Washington County has announced that the rabies clinic scheduled for Saturday, May 12, at Smithsburg High School has been canceled.
October 30, 2004
A North Hagerstown High School football fan, who calls himself Hub Cap supports the Hubs football team Friday during their game at Smithsburg High School. North went on to win the game, 34-14.
April 8, 2010
SMITHSBURG -- The Blue Ridge Jazz Festival that was scheduled for April 30 at Smithsburg High School has been canceled.
September 6, 2002
Civilian Brian P. Downey , son of Suzanne G. and Thomas H. Downey of Smithsburg, participated in the U.S. Naval Academy's week-long summer seminar program in Annapolis. Downey attends Smithsburg High School. Army Pvt. Matthew J. Hood , son of Carol Hood of Smithsburg, has graduated from basic combat military training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Hood is a 2000 graduate of Smithsburg High School.
November 17, 2005
SMITHSBURG ? Amber Meyer is Juliet "Julie" Montague, left, and Kelli Hill, is Cinderella Charming in "Cindy and Julie," as part of "An Evening of One Acts" presented by the Smithsburg High School Drama Club tonight at 7:30. Dessert will be served with the show. The show continues Friday, Nov. 18. The show will be at the Smithsburg High School stage. Advance reservations only. Admission is $8, adults; $6, senior citizens, and students, and ages 12 and younger. For reservations, call 301-824-3658 evenings.
May 8, 2008
SMITHSBURG - A rumor about a weapon on Smithsburg High School property Tuesday was unfounded, according to Washington County Public Schools officials. Administrators "thoroughly checked it out and determined it was unfounded, and that there was never any threat to students, staff or the community," schools spokesman Will Kauffman said Wednesday. To put the rumor to rest, letters were sent home with students from Smithsburg High School, along with the town's elementary and middle schools, he said.