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People to Watch 2018

Introducing HM's colorful cast of characters that are positioning themselves to make a positive difference in Hagerstown. by Matt Makowski and Photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Love and Conservation

Local Farms are finding a new cash crop in the form of love by transforming into a backdrop for rustic weddings. photograph by Vincent Ha Photography — Jen Ha “I always wanted to get married locally in a barn.”

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Setting The Gold Standard

For nearly a century, Mt. Parnell Fisheries has been the breeding ground for oodles of ornamental fish. by Yvonne Butts-Mitchell and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Close to the Heart

The Brave Heart Program heals Washington County's veterans and their families with horses and nature. by Jennifer Mellace and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Down the Rabbit Hole

Vanessa North looked through the looking glass when designing and building the home of her current dreams. by Nicole Jovel and photography 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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Growing Pains

A longtime friendship and a need for space led Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Hospital to double in size. by Marimar McNaughton and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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How Sweet It Is

Zoe’s Chocolate Co. goes primetime on CNBC’s “The Profit” for a needed business boost. by Ellen Ternes and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Building a Better Business Brand

Developing a consistent professional culture from the inside out is an investment in the future and your workforce. by Laura Wallace and photos by Meghan Shupe and Turner Photography Studio

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Sustaining A Family Farming Legacy

Ernst Grain and Livestock Farm's multi-generational commitment to fostering positive environmental practices helps earn it the 2017-2018 Washington County Farm of the Year. by Jane Schmidt and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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