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Bullets struck a house early Monday in the 200 block of Birch Street in Chambersburg, the borough police department said. [Read More]
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Whitetail Resort should have a new owner before skiing begins this winter, but the resort's general manager said it will remain business as usual. [Read More]
North Dakota voters will have to show identification that includes a street address before they can cast a ballot in November, a federal court ruled... [Read More]
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A homeless man is accused of stealing a woman's purse Friday in downtown Hagerstown. [Read More]
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Cousins Robert and Kareem Wise told police the other stabbed Andrew Aaron Butler to death last year along the Dual Highway, but both were sentenced... [Read More]
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A former Williamsport man is accused of failing to properly register as a sex offender. [Read More]
Cuba's handpicked President Miguel Diaz-Canel began his first appearance at the United Nations lauding "blood ties" between Cuba and Africa at a session dedicated to... [Read More]
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The owner of the Microtel Inn & Suites in Maugansville has filed a notice of appeal regarding Community Rescue Service's planned operation on adjacent land. [Read More]
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The University of Maryland Shore Regional Health team members wore purple Friday afternoon, Sept. 21, to show their support for the month-long observance of Shore... [Read More]
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Jason Scott Carter II was found not guilty of first- and second-degree murder of Eddie Ragland, but a jury on Monday convicted him of involuntary... [Read More]
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Incumbent Republican Larry Hogan and Democrat Ben Jealous sparred Monday in a back-and-forth debate that showed the two gubernatorial candidates' stark differences on a number... [Read More]
For three centuries, a succession of Tibetan spiritual and political leaders known as Dalai Lama ruled from a crimson-and-white castle overlooking the city of Lhasa. [Read More]
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President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party lost governorships in three regions as the fallout from popular anger over a plan to boost the retirement age... [Read More]
More than 750 vehicles moved through a sobriety checkpoint Friday on Dual Highway in Hagerstown. [Read More]
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If you ever have a chance to ask a curator what they think is the most important tool of the trade, they'll likely tell you... [Read More]
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Clear Spring High School sophomore Tanner Harshman, 15, was named the state champion tractor driver at the Maryland State Fair Aug. 29, and took sixth... [Read More]
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The Rotary Club of Shepherdstown inducted Thomas D. Lewis as a new member during a ceremony at the club's Sept. 18 breakfast meeting at the... [Read More]
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the risk of death for adults with diabetes is 50 percent higher than adults without the... [Read More]
Frostburg State University has received approval from the Maryland Higher Education Commission and the University System of Maryland to offer a physician assistant (PA) master's... [Read More]
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The 18th group of students to attend Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics' Hagerstown campus graduated Aug. 17 at the campus on Pennsylvania Avenue. More than 250... [Read More]
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