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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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Maryland Conservation Agency Museum

Greg Bartles’ Boonsboro museum shares the history of preserving and protecting Maryland’s natural resources. By Karen Gardner and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Sweet Harmony

Local Boonsboro girl makes good in the music industry. By Jessica Swan

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The Piano Man

Teens Have Talent Winner, Mack Berry: One Year Later By Carla Shives

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Rolling on the River

Knoxville’s Guide House Grill Mixes Casual Style and Lofty Eats By April Bartel and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Down on the Farm

Misty Meadow shows where food originates By Cheryl M. Keyser and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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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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One Step at a Time

Dan Hawthorne takes control of his attitude about food By Crystal Schelle At his heaviest, Dan Hawthorne guesses he weighed around 615 pounds. He uses “guesses” because he wasn’t sure how much he weighed since most home scales don’t read past 350 pounds.

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