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email@example.comBreaking a 910-day streak, the national average price for gasoline was less this week than at the same time last year — the first time that’s happened since October of 2009, according to the AAA Mid-Atlantic Weekend Gas Report. The...
GEORGE T. HOPEWELL JR. George T. Hopewell Jr., 74, of Country Club Court, died Tuesday morning at Clark Regional Medical Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete with Chenault Brothers Funeral Home.
Scrap metal totaling an estimated $5,700 stolen in two incidents Thieves netted an estimated $5,700 earlier this week in two scrap metal thefts, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said. Lt. Mark Knight said the sheriff’s office doesn&...
A lightning strike is believed to have caused a Saturday morning fire that damaged a nearly two centuries-old church. The fire at Emanuel Lutheran Church at 9416 Upper Strasburg Road was called in at 1:47 a.m., said Tom Rine, chief of the Pleasant...
A firehouse built on North Avenue when Alcaeus Hooper was Baltimore's mayor in 1896 reopened Saturday after being shuttered for a year for renovations, allowing firefighters to return to a building described as the historic cornerstone of Walbrook. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree projects on Interstate 70 bridges could be going on within a five-mile radius this fall. As the Interstate 70/Interstate 81 interchange safety improvement project could last until September, according to a published report in March, a bridge...
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The Hartford CourantPaul Lewis made history when he and his wife and business partner, San San, established their Szechuan Tokyo restaurant in Elmwood as THE place for live jazz and an Asian fusion menu. The restaurant building was recently torn down but now the well-...
1. The old ball game Allison-Antrim Museum in Greencastle, Pa., opens a new exhibit featuring the history of local baseball teams and players. The exhibit continues through April 25 and features vintage artifacts, cards and other memorabilia from the...
Springtime is a fine season to hunt your fellow humans. Don't worry. We're suggesting paintshed, not bloodshed. The sport of paintball continues to thrive in our corner of Virginia, and April is a good time of year to play sniper — blasting away at...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: BAC Home Loans Servicing and Jason A. Craven, through J. Thomas Hensley, master commissioner, to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, property on East Walnut...
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The Baltimore SunPut down the chew toys and enjoy two hours of free fun with your canine companion at the Annual Dog Day Afternoon on Sat. April 21 in Hopewell Park in Columbia. Hosted by the Columbia Association, the afternoon will be packed with back-to-back contests,...
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