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Day Tripper: Chambersburg

Day Tripper: Chambersburg

Celebrate The Burning and Rebirth of Chambersburg The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites all to 1864 Ransoming, Burning & Rebirth on July 16, 2022. History comes alive in Chambersburg during the re-enactment of the 1864 Ransoming, Burning & Rebirth of...

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Classic Car Group for Children

Classic Car Group for Children

Cruising for a cause: Club raises money for children By Crystal Schelle and photos by Turner Photography Studio If it’s a Saturday night, Larry Sulser can be found sitting in a banana yellow delivery van blaring ‘50s and ‘60s music while in the back parking lot of...

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“Gemütlichkeit”

“Gemütlichkeit”

Augustoberfest Celebrates the Rich German Heritage of Hagerstown and Surrounding Area By Lisa Gregory Frank Kronawetter is proud of his German heritage. And, he has the collection of beer steins and nut-crackers to prove it.  “I have 30 beer steins and 18...

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Snallygasters, Human Flies and Albino Frogs

Snallygasters, Human Flies and Albino Frogs

Book Explores Stories that are Unique to Washington County Residents in the Middletown area of Washington County were being terrified by a beast. It was the turn of the 20th century and an otherworldly being, or snallygaster as it became known, was being described in...

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Hot List 2022

Hot List 2022

The Hottest Restaurants, Businesses and Professionals! 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. DINING Have you got a craving? We’ve got you...

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A Snowy Escape

A Snowy Escape

Donna Mason, who became a painter late in life, is part of the Valley Art Association’s “Winter Wonderland” exhibit. By Crystal Schelle and photos courtesy of Donna Mason Although her father was an artist himself, Donna Mason didn’t pick up a paint- brush until 2001....

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The Toymakers

The Toymakers

Couple Creates Handmade Wooden Toys for Needy Children at Christmas Written and photographed by Lisa Gregory As a little girl, Mary Cutshaw didn’t get toys for Christmas. Sometimes hard candy or an orange, she says. But never toys.  “If you got shoes on your feet and...

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Pedal Pushers Unite

Pedal Pushers Unite

Shredders from 2 to 60 are testing their mettle at Fairgrounds Park to race with HagerstownBMX. by Beth Rowland “Riders ready. Random start. Watch the gate.” With that announcement, seven young riders stand up over their bicycles, wearing brightly colored racing...

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