HAGERSTOWN, MD News (1/19/2023) – Radio Free Hub City loves indie artists! A new grant opportunity from The Maryland State Arts Council is open to Maryland artists in many media and genres! To qualify, an artist must be a resident of the state, provide examples of works they are actively creating, and demonstrate how their creations benefit their community.
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (1/18/2023) – This week in a press conference, Mayor Emily Keller announced her intention to resign as Mayor of Hagerstown effective January 31, 2023. What’s next for Keller, and how will a new Hagerstown Mayor be selected?
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (1/16/2023) – Shoppers have undoubtedly noticed the price of fresh produce continues to rise. People want to eat healthy, but what can you do if you don’t have a place to grow your own food? Fortunately, Hagerstown offers a solution that provides both space and camaraderie for the modern Urban Gardener!
Many people enjoy taking in decorative holiday light displays, but did you know the skies are offering an out of this world display? The Geminid Meteor Shower is now visible in Maryland! Read on to find where and how to spot this annual light show.
Radio Free Hub City loves to investigate, and this time of year, Bauce Boring wanted to know if the legend of Santa was too antiquated for modern times. Members of national group Sixx Cool Moms were asked if children in their homes believe in Santa, and if so, in what capacity.
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (11/29/2022) – Members of the Jonathan Street community have started a petition they feel is necessary to save their local community center. The Robert W. Johnson Community Center (RWJCC) is a community staple that provides resources and activities for local children in Hagerstown, MD. With over half of the goal of 1000 signatures, members of the community are voicing their displeasure regarding how the RWJCC board is running the facility.
Maryland News (11/9/2022) – In addition to voting for candidates for various local and statewide positions, Maryland residents had the opportunity to directly vote in support or opposition to several issues and topics, known as ballot measures. A total of five ballot measures were presented to voters, and all five have passed. Here is a brief rundown of each measure:
HAGERSTOWN, MD News (11/1/2022) – In this digital age, one of the most convenient ways to learn about and discuss politics is social media. Our feeds seem flooded with discussions and sponsored ads about topics and candidates from all parties, but can you trust the information you see in sponsored ads?
In decades past, gift cards and certificates were often chalked up as something to give a person when you couldn’t think of anything else. Most were for restaurants or brick and mortar stores. Times, they are a’changin’, and with many families struggling to stay afloat amid rising costs and inflation, the gift card is poised to become the latest “thoughtful present.”
Throughout history, people have devised ways to study natural indicators to predict long-term weather. Even with the technology of today’s modern meteorology, many people find that the “old ways” can still prove accurate. Though it may sound like nothing more than an Old Wives Tale, some weather buffs say that by observing the coloring of the Wooly Bear Caterpillar’s bands, we can gauge the severity of the winter weather ahead.
Just in case this colloquial wisdom rings true, let’s see your Wooly Bear Prediction Photos! Email your photos to BBBoringRFHC@usa.com and we might feature them on our site!