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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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Human Flies

Getting to the top the hard way. by James Rada Jr. and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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The Barns of Antietam

Lovingly restored and rehabilitated 157 years after the bloody Battle of Antietam. by Karen Gardner and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Hagerstown and the Great War

Look Around Town and Take a Look Back to World War I By Stephen R. Bockmiller and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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History and Hospitality in Sharpsburg

Comfort and culinary delights await Antietam battlefield visitors. By Karen Gardner and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Hot List 2018

Whatever you’re looking for in and around Washington County, we have the scoop on where to find it. We asked the experts. You voted, HM readers, and we listened.  

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In The Movies

Uncovering Washington County's history through old family films. by Jennifer Mellace and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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A Life Mastering The Skies

Recounting the legend of Joe Baginski, and how he earned the most prestigious award the FAA issues to pilots. by Raymond Franze and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Experiencing The Revolution

The new Museum of the American Revolution is a great educational excuse to visit Philadelphia. Story by Frances J. Folsom

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The Second Battle of Antietam

Recounting the uphill battle to save the U.S. Marine Corps. Story by James Rada Jr.

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