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Hotlist 2017

by Matt Makowski, Steve Sears & Beth Vollmer and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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Mud Meridian

Through Volunteerism and a little elbow grease, Muddy Mamas Mud Run empowers women to climb, crawl, run, and walk their way through obstacles. by Nicole Jovel and photos by Bill Vannurden and Turner Photography Studio

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A Century of Serving Washington County

The Hagerstown YMCA continues to expand on its long list of educational and athletic programs for residents of all ages. by Jane Schmidt and photos by Turner Photography Studio

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A Place in the Sun

by Maryann Fisher & Photos by Decorating Den Interiors

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What's Old Is New Again

By renovating a historic building, B Street 104 taps into Greencastle’s rich history, bringing with it rich and delicious flavors. by Erin Cunningham & photos by Matt Makowski

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Recounting A Town 225 Years in the Making

Boonsboro, or Boones Berry, (or maybe Margaretsville, depending on your allegiance to the past), turns 225 this year.  by James Rada Jr. & Photos by Turner Photography Studio

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As Good As New

Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery can be a daunting prospect, but new procedures are leading to quicker recovery times, and even better results. by Cheryl M. Keyser & Photography by Turner Photography Studio and Wertman Photography

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Training Muscles and Developing Minds

The Pediatric Movement Center in Hagerstown helps kids of varying abilities and needs grow through movement and play by Arlene Karidis & Photography by Turner Photography Studio

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People to Watch 2017

Leading by example and giving back to the community they love and live in, Kimberly Holtz, Cory Moskowitz, Jamie Lawrence, and Billy Skomski Jr. are making Washington County a better place to live and work by leaving a lasting professional imprint on Hagerstown. by Matt Makowski & Photography by Turner Photography Studio

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a dose of satire

An inauthentic look back at Hagerstown’s phony past

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