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  • Zion Baptist Church plans community festival

    The It’s Not About Me Ministry will host a community festival Saturday, Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Zion Baptist Church parking lot on Jonathan Street in Hagerstown. The festival will feature a bounce house, big bounce sliding board...
  • Civil War told via a dear companion

    In case you haven't heard, it's the 150th anniversary of the Civil War — at least the parts right here in Washington County. In the next couple of weeks, Boonsboro and Sharpsburg re-enactments of local battles will commemorate American history as...
  • Get the ball rolling on being happy

    I really like teaching teenagers. They keep me on my toes and they are generally optimistic. Being around so much youth, energy and enthusiasm is a sure guarantee to lift the spirits. The young people in my life provide a bright spot in my day. The time...
  • Food sale blow out

    Food sale blow out
    The Second Christian Church, 65 W. North Ave., hosts a food sale blow out from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Choose from fried chicken or fried fish, macaroni and cheese, or potato salad or turkey salad with lettuce, and deviled eggs with chips and pickles....
  • How would you do on the SAT?

    Today marks the end of the school year for many area students. How would you like to start your summer if you were one of them? Sleeping in, surrounded by cool air conditioning? Perhaps a trip to the pool is in order. Or maybe a bike ride in the park....
  • Movie night Saturday at Bridge of Life Church

    A free movie with free popcorn and drinks is at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Bridge of Life Church, 14 S. Potomac St., downtown Hagerstown. To find out the featured movie, call the church at 301-791-1674. South High alumni gathering South Hagerstown High...
  • Love is rekindled on 'day dates'

    It was another Saturday, another social event. My editor had given me an assignment to write about a local strawberry festival. I had covered the annual event in previous years. I remembered that the people there were charming and that the strawberry...
  • Traveling with teens easier than with babies

    Now that students are out of school, many families are looking forward to summer vacations. My husband and I have been through this routine for 17 summers now. It is to the point that I can't recall what vacations were like before we had kids. (Haven'...
  • Let's look at the facts on how we bring you the facts

    I often engage readers in conversations about the newspaper. I commonly field questions about why we do some of the things we do. Some themes re-emerge, enough so that they are worth addressing here with a simple true-and-false treatment: False: The...
  • Mom hopes truth with surface after incident

    What causes a person to lie? Is it fear of what will happen if the truth is told? Is it indifference? Is the truth measured and sifted into divisions of importance and unimportance? If so, does that mean unimportant items don't mandate an honest...
  • All fathers can enjoy 'good stuff'

    Most guys celebrating Father’s Day at my age get a convertible. I got a baby. For the previous 10 years, my life centered around being a good father to my daughter, Madison. As many of you know, my life was turned upside down when my son, Jackson,...