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More Than Man's Best Friend

President Bush’s service dog, Sully, was trained in Hagerstown By James Rada Jr. and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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The Sky's the Limit

Senior citizen fulfills lifelong dream of flying By Cheryl M. Keyser and photos by Ted Lucas “Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return." —Leonardo da Vinci

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Come and Party on Hempen Hill

The Reeders’ love for entertaining friends evolved into the hottest BBQ joint in town. By Nikki Jovel and Turner Photography Studio

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Cycling the Great Allegheny Passage

Pedal your way through rich history and the splendor of nature By Karen Gardner Looking for an easy, affordable, yet active, vacation that gets you outdoors, without much struggle? The Great Allegheny Passage beckons.

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Brooke's House

A father’s promise to his beloved daughter becomes a reality. By Lisa Gregory and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Still Tasty After All These Years

Longtime Independent Restaurants Share Recipes for Lasting Success By Jane Schmidt and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Labor of Love

Self-help support group provides comfort to many who grieve the loss of an infant. by Lisa M. Gregory and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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It Is A Wonderful Life

Hagerstown YMCA member Ben Chlebnikow Still Going Strong at Age 99. by Jane Schmidt and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Welcome Repast

Old South Mountain Inn endures, pairing elegance and taste. By April Bartel and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Hagerstown Has Got It Going On

Hagerstown is making its mark on the map. By Lisa Murray Gregory

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