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firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the beat of Latino music and the sizzle of carne asada and tortillas on the grills in the background, hundreds of people mingled and learned more about area businesses and nonprofits as the sixth annual Hagerstown Hispanic Festival kicked off early...
Gaia — a young artist who's the brains behind a massive mural project around Baltimore's Station North neighborhood — likes to say the work isn't a traditional political statement. Yet listen to him talk, and he sounds a little bit like a...
Tags: Fine Artists, Music, Station North, Arts, Entertainment
The Crooked Tree Arts Center recently announced the recipients of the 2012 eddi Awards. The eddi Awards began in the fall of 2001 and are now awarded in alternate years. Those who will receive eddi Awards for 2012 are: Visual artist, Harry Boyer,...
The Bank of Northern Michigan won the traveling plaque in the recent 12th annual Petoskey Battle of the Banks blood drive challenge. The event took place at St. Francis Xavier church and was assisted by volunteers from the Retired Senior Volunteer...
Charlotte Ruth Bowlby, 87, of Carlisle, passed away at her home on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012. Born March 15, 1925, in Garrett, she was the daughter of the late Samuel S. and Mary (Orndoff) Walter. Charlotte was also preceded in death by an infant daughter;...
For yet another month, Maryland's unemployment rate inched upward, reaching 7 percent in July, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Friday. Maryland, however, saw an increase in 800 jobs last month, the first gain since February. "The fact that the...
Tribune reporterA GPS tracking device is responsible for the capture --less than a half-hour after the crime -- of a 29-year-old man accused of making off with more than $7,000 during a bank robbery Saturday in Aurora, authorities said. On Monday, a U.S. magistrate...
Tags: FBI, Bank Robbery, Crime, Law and Justice, BP Plc, Theft
Salute to Independence beat the heat To the editor: For the hardy spectators who braved an oppressive heat and stifling humidity to spend the afternoon and evening at Antietam Battlefield Saturday, July 7, the rewards far exceeded the discomfort. The...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Culture
email@example.comA former Hagerstown man serving 20 years for two bank robberies was in Washington County District Court Monday, having sued another bank for not preventing a woman from emptying his bank account. David Zeller, 59, formerly of the Dagmar Hotel, filed a...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: HSBC Mortgage Services Inc. to Matt Becaft, property on East Shelby Street, Junction City, $50,000. John C. and Megan H. Albright to Carey S. and Wendy C. Rochester,...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Ernest and Helen Baugh to Christopher L. and Avanda Coffman, two tracks containing 47.614 acres and 33.878 acres in Danville, $12,000. Earl V. and Betty J....
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