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Hagerstown Magazine 2022 Hotlist

Hagerstown Magazine 2022 Hotlist

Vote for the hottest businesses, restaurants, entertainment and professionals in Washington County. Ballots accepted until October 31st. https://voting.wufoo.com/forms/hagerstown-magazine-2022-hotlist/

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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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Blueberry Dreams

Blueberry Dreams

Frog Eye Farm is the place to go to pick-your-own delicious blueberries. By Karen Gardner Deep in the heart of Pleasant Valley is a blueberry farm, where you can pick blueberries surrounded by a slice of rural paradise. Sandwiched between Elk Ridge and South Mountain,...

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Just Pea-che

Just Pea-che

A classic school lunch dessert still bring up memories for some. Story and photo by Crystal Schelle Served with the flip of an ice cream scoop into a white ruffled baking cup, Pea-Che Fudge was the coveted dessert for many Washington County Public School students in...

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Roasting Beans and Raising Standards

Roasting Beans and Raising Standards

River Bottom Roasters coffee company is changing lives in far away regions. Story and Photography by Jamie Turner “It all started with a stellar cup of coffee,” These were the words of entrepreneur and master roaster Craig Campbell, owner of River Bottom Roasters. As...

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Hot List 2021 Winners

Hot List 2021 Winners

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 Asian Restaurant House of Kobe Hong Kong...

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Almost Lost

Almost Lost

Efforts Underway to Restore and Preserve Historic African American Cemetery in Halfway Neighborhood Story and photos by Lisa Gregory They lived rich and full lives. They married and raised children. They fought to preserve the Union during the Civil War and then to...

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“How Do You Like Them Apples?”

“How Do You Like Them Apples?”

Antietam Blush Apple – Maryland Grown By Karen Gardner and photos by Turner Photography Studio  Fall in Maryland means visits to apple orchards and pumpkin patches. But getting those apple trees to produce just the right apple at the right time can be tricky. That’s...

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