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A Good Walk Spoiled

Exploring Hagerstown Area Golf Courses By Raymond Franze and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Turn Your Eyes to the Skies

Local organization makes small aircraft flight available to area youth. By Ray Franze and photos courtesy of EAA

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Is the Sun Setting on Hagerstown's Baseball Days?

MLB May Contract Hagerstown’s Beloved Team By David Gignilliat Baseball has long been known as America’s pastime, the subject of countless elegies about its verdant fields, pastoral charms, outsized comic book heroes, and its build-it-and-they-will come virtues.

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Counting Washington County

Looking at the 2020 Census and what it means for residents of our community. By James Rada Jr. The Washington County Commission on Aging delivers freshly prepared lunches to medically homebound seniors daily. It also serves meals to mobile seniors at various locations around the county. In all, last year the commission served more than 47,000 meals.

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A Place for Inspiration

Sculptor Toby Mendez breathes new life into his famous father’s art studio By Jeanne Blackburn and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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A Cyber Kitchen Table

Facebook Group Connects with All Things Hagerstown Lisa Gregory It seems that once you’re a Hagerstownian you’re always a Hagerstownian. And there’s no better place to enjoy that fact than the Our Hagerstown Tymes Facebook group. Heck, even if you aren’t a Hagerstownian you will still be made to feel more than welcomed by the group.

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Passing Through

Saw-Whet Owl Flies a Local Migration Path Karen Gardner and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Deck the Halls

Holiday lights without the hassle By Gina Gallucci-White Growing up, Ronald Layman recalls his parents just wanting a nice indoor Christmas tree for decorations. He had other ideas.

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Come, All Ye Faithful

Annual Hagerstown Historic Houses of Worship Tour By Cheryl M. Keyser When walking or driving through Hagerstown, look up. You will see multiple church spires rising to the sky. Most people do not notice this, engaged in their own private world, but once the idea is suggested, they will see them.

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A Family for Jack

The story of one dog’s rescue from a dog meat farm in Korea. By Lisa Gregory and photos by Turner Photography Studio The little dog had never had the chance to play. But he certainly wanted to give it a try.

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