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Save Historic Antietam Foundation Inc. announced the opening of applications for the Dr. Joseph L. Harsh Memorial Scholarship. The award was created in 2012 to honor Harsh, a professor at George Mason University and an award-winning author who...
Bethany Magner and John Galvin were named students of the month for February at Washington County Technical High School. Magner is excelling in a rigorous course schedule at Tech High, standing as one of the top students in biomedical sciences, where...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHistoric and bucolic scenes from the Tri-State area taken by Kaplan University students will be on display at the Contemporary School of the Arts & Gallery Inc. at 4 West Franklin St. through the end of January. While the works are for sale, one of the...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Arts, Students
Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce welcomed 11 new members in December, bringing its membership to 950. New members are: - Aflac, Andrew Powell, 550 Cleveland Ave.,...
email@example.comWith the fiscal cliff less than three weeks away, one area bank is accelerating its dividend payments, and a local business poised to hire more people is holding off to see what happens at the start of the year. Susquehanna Bancshares Inc. Chairman...
Special to The Herald-MailFolksinger Jennie Avila is bringing the past back to life in her second album of Civil War songs. Avila tells intimate stories about the lives of real people in the Civil War, many of the stories found right here in Washington County. “I’m...
Tags: Museums, Fiction, Music, Music Industry, Wars and Interventions
Kiplinger's Money PowerYou don't need a fortune to be a philanthropist. -- Start a charitable fund. A number of community foundations let you funnel as little as $1,000 a year into donor-advised funds, sometimes called acorn funds, that build value over time and let you choose...
Big Slackwater Oct. 13 — Images of the old Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, which had faded with time, were resurrected in 2012. The 2.7-mile section of the towpath known as Big Slackwater was closed after flooding in 1996 and it deteriorated into a...
Name: Preston Law (aka Tobe Law) Age: 79 City in which you reside: Hagerstown Day job: Retired Book title: "Drummer Boy for the Bonnie Blue" Genre: Children/adolescents, for ages 9 to 16 Synopsis of book: The Civil War experienced through the eyes...
Tags: Book, Wars and Interventions
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat once divided a nation turned into a big year for tourism in Washington County 150 years later. “2012 will probably go down in history as the busiest year, or at least one of the busiest years in the tourism industry in Washington County,&...
email@example.comBefore the sun set Saturday, the thousands of luminarias arrayed across the fields of Antietam National Battlefield were almost invisible from a distance, the paper bags blending into a background of wheat, hay and corn stubble. As day gave way to...
Christmas parade Christmas parade through Smithsburg. Noon today. Smithsburg. Go to www.townofsmithsburg.org. Christmas extravaganza Food, drinks and baked goods for sale, vendors and a visit from Santa Claus. Activities for children. 8 a.m. to 2...
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