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April 16, 2012
Fahrney-Keedy Home & Village, a continuing care retirement community, near Boonsboro, will host its third annual spring open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 12. Guests may take tours of the village, chat with staff members and residents and ride a horse-drawn wagon through the community. Gourmet refreshments will be provided. Fahrney-Keedy Home & Village is at 8507 Mapleville Road. To RSVP for the open house or to obtain additional information, call 301-671-5015 or 301-671-5016 or visit  
April 5, 2012
The Shenandoah Area Council of Boy Scouts of America will hold its spring camporee May 18-20 at Sam Michaels Park near Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Registration forms are due by May 4. Send forms to Boy Scouts of America, c/o Shenandoah Area Council Inc., 107 Youth Development Court, Winchester VA 22602. For more information, call 540-662-2725 or send an email to
March 7, 2011
Spring is just around the corner, and with a few warm days, we will all be itching to get outside and do something. We all know spring is a time of birth and rebirth, planting and sowing, as well as the flowering of trees and bulbs that have been slumbering in winter’s cold. However, we need to be cautious as spring approaches. You are probably thinking, what is there to be cautious about? Spring is for celebrating. That’s true, but what we need to do is work with nature and not against it. Now is the time when I get many calls about pasture renovation.
Bill Kohler | February 16, 2011
Pitchers and catchers are starting to report. Seven simple words that to many mean more about the coming of spring than a silly fat rodent in Western Pennsylvania. In simple English, it translates into: Spring isn’t here, but it’s right around the corner. It means we all can hope a little because spring signifies a fresh start. In baseball, it means we all can start over. Every team is 0-0. Every big league team — even the Orioles, Brewers, Royals and Pirates (yes, even the Pirates)
April 7, 2009
Spring was in full bloom Monday outside Dickinson & Wait Craft Gallery in Shepherdstown, W.Va., where local artists, from left, Judy Bradshaw, Tara Bell and Mona Kissel take time for a visit.
by JOE CROCETTA / Staff Photographer | April 20, 2006
Lori Hall of Maugansville washes her Honda Odyssey while enjoying the warm weather Wednesday afternoon.
December 24, 1999
Hagerstown Community College is gearing up for the start of the new millennium and has opened registration for the Spring 2000 credit semester offering more than 700 different course selections. cont. from lifestyle youth page The spring 2000 semester starts Monday, Jan. 24; however, students can register now for courses. Early registration assures students of the best selection of courses, and even though the college is Y2K compliant, will avoid any Y2K disturbances.
January 7, 2008
Sparky, a 6-year-old Jack Russell terrier, walks with Gary Clevenger on Sunday in James Rumsey Park in Shepherdstown, W.Va.
by Kevin G. Gilbert | February 17, 2006
A fisherman takes advantage of Thursday's warm weather and recent stocking to fish the Opequon Creek near Scrabble Road in Berkeley County, W.Va.
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