| Mar 23, 2011
| 8:21 PM
After learning her lesson last fall, Sarah Zielinski taught her competition one this winter.
The Boonsboro sophomore more than made up for her disappointing 10th-place finish at the Maryland state cross country meet in November by winning Class 1A...
| Mar 23, 2011
| 9:21 PM
While Brendon Colbert was a first-year varsity wrestler this season, the North Hagerstown freshman was anything but new to the sport.
“I trained my whole life to get to this moment — my high school career,” said the former junior league...
| May 9, 2011
| 6:09 PM
Paul E. Sullivan, an analyst with the U.S. Defense Department who won an important civil-rights victory in 1969 when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the whites-only membership policy of his Fairfax County, Va., swimming pool club, has died. He was...
| Aug 25, 2010
| 8:49 AM
Schurz Communications Inc.
1301 E. Douglas Rd.
Mishawaka, IN 46545
Based in Mishawaka, Indiana, Schurz Communications, Inc. is a diversified privately-owned, nationwide communications company.
| Jun 24, 2011
| 7:13 AM
John League, The Hagerstown Herald-Mail's editor and publisher since 1995, plans to retire in July, capping a 32-year career with the company.
League, 56, revealed his plans during a series of meetings with Herald-Mail employees.
There are "other...
| Aug 26, 2011
Two days before September 11, Honor Elizabeth Wainio, 27, returned from a long-awaited trip to Europe. Now, the Catonsville, Maryland native was on her way to San Francisco for a company-wide business meeting for Discovery Channel Stores. After...
| Aug 25, 2011
| 10:35 PM
Patricia Cushing, 69, was traveling aboard Flight 93 with her friend and sister-in-law, Jane Folger, to visit San Francisco for the first time, a trip the two had been planning for months. Cushing raised five children in Bayonne, New Jersey and was...
| Jul 18, 2011
| 8:48 AM
Charles “Jim” Mobley Jr. considers himself to be fortunate that he has the opportunity to hold the long-barreled revolver once carried by his great-grandfather, who formed a group of Union fighters in Hagerstown as the country became embroiled...
| Sep 6, 2010
Overwhelmed by the grief of widowhood in the early 1980s, Helen Krogh placed an advertisement in a newspaper seeking others in the same situation in Sacramento who might want to gather to talk.
Six days later, she was exhausted from answering the phone...
| Jul 14, 2011
| 1:08 PM
Prior to Gettysburg, perhaps just three truly decisive battles had been fought on the North American continent — The British defeat of the French at Quebec in 1759; the 1777 defeat of the British by American forces at Saratoga; and the Battle of...
| Jul 18, 2011
| 1:22 PM
The following is an excerpted account of the Battle of Antietam, the single bloodiest day of the Civil War, as printed in the Sept. 10-24, 1862, issue of the Herald of Freedom and Torch Light. The account is in the Maryland Historical Society collection...