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Special to The Herald-MailMusic played, stories told, historical items sold: A lot happens at the 18th Century Market Fair at Fort Frederick, but one man knows about it more than anyone. Chris Holmgren of Dickerson, Md., is a longtime volunteer and artisan featured at the fair....
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The Conococheague Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, or DAR, held the annual DAR Good Citizens awards ceremony and tea March 13 at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown. Conococheague Chapter Regent Jo Ann Schuchman...
The Bill of Rights is full of mischief. Bad guys often beat the rap, religious zealots can run amok, and citizens can deny entry to authorities who are only trying to find out what's being hidden. Worst of all, people are allowed to be self-reliant...
Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis never had the chance to meet each other as leaders during a divided America, but they're going to this weekend. The town? Costa Mesa. The place? Fairview Park. The occasion? "The town hall meeting that never...
"It's a difficult business," writes David Graeber, "creating a new, alternative civilization." Just open a window or turn on the TV — the same old civilization is rotting all around us. Budget cuts, police shootings, endless and ever-broadening...
Bath: Born Aug. 28, 1925, in Detroit, Mich., Mary went to live in another world on April 17, 2013. Mary was a graduate of the University of Michigan in liberal arts, with a major in languages and a minor in journalism. She later completed master's...
Bath: Born Aug. 28, 1925, in Detroit, Mich., Mary went to live in another world on April 17, 2013. Mary was a graduate of the University of Michigan in liberal arts, with a major in languages and a minor in journalism. She later completed master’...
BOSTON -- Amid heightened security and facing a packed audience, President Obama on Thursday urged this city and nation to put aside its fears and tragedies and reclaim the spirit and grace that had been disrupted by terrorist bombs. The crowd,...
Time for spring cleaning, dear readers, The Havre de Grace department of public works sponsors clean-up days April 20 and 27 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Havre de Grace Community Center, 100 Lagaret Lane for Havre de Grace residents. For details,...
Tags: Earth Day, Museums, Christianity, Entertainment, War of 1812
BOSTON (AP) — The bombs that ripped through the crowd at the Boston Marathon, killing three people and wounding more than 170, were fashioned out of pressure cookers and packed with shards of metal, nails and ball bearings to inflict maximum...
When Anan Abu-Taleb came to the United States from the Gaza Strip 35 years ago, his English needed work and he had few personal connections. At 18, he came to Chicago with the intent of putting himself through school. The first couple years were "very...
BOSTON (AP) — Two bombs exploded in the crowded streets near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing at least three people and injuring more than 170 in a bloody scene of shattered glass and severed limbs that raised alarms that...
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