HAGERSTOWN, MD (March 29, 2022) – The Washington County Gaming Commission will begin the 2022 funding cycle on April 1, 2022. All qualifying charitable organizations with a Washington County presence are encouraged to apply. On April 1, 2022 funding applications will be posted online and available for download. Completed applications must be submitted to theContinue reading “Local Nonprofits Eligible for Funding through Gaming Commission”
While many associate beer with St. Patrick’s Day, did you know that St. Patrick contributed to the development of distilled spirits, such as whiskey?
If you’re a small business or entrepreneur you can bet your bottom dollar that the high gas prices are impacting you. It possibly will be your “bottom dollar” too! Regardless of what the politicians are telling us, and although whether you deliver your products to the consumer or not the price of fuel is impactingContinue reading “Gas Prices Got Your Bottom Line?”
On February 23, a convoy of truckers departed California as part of a nationwide drive to Washington DC in protest of all COVID-19 mandates. This convoy is projected to arrive in Hagerstown, MD on March 4, and stay overnight before the final leg of their trip to Washington DC. At this time the exact timeContinue reading “Updated 3/3: “The People’s Convoy” to Pass Through Hagerstown, MD”
Washington County Parks and Recreation has announced that many County parks will be receiving an upgrade to playground equipment this spring.
The world is finally opening back up, and many people are preparing to go on their first vacation is several years. But where to go, what to do? Many are choosing to travel to exotic beaches they’ve never been to before. When it comes to go on your beach vacation, it can be very complicatedContinue reading “9 Amazing Beach Vacation Ideas”
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During the course of a traffic stop by Hagerstown Police, a loaded handgun was recovered under the passenger seat of a vehicle. While the firearm was not on his person, Antoine Malone, age 30, of Hagerstown, was identified as the passenger seated above the firearm, and arrested. Malone was charged with the following:-Handgun in Vehicle-Firearm-PossessionContinue reading “Hagerstown Man Arrested with Homemade Firearm”
Although the number of COVID-19 patients and hospitalizations are decreasing in Maryland, many healthcare workers such as the ones that Meritus Medical Center remained busy, as the pandemic continues. At the direction of Governor Larry Hogan, 1000 members of the Maryland National Guard are being mobilized to assist state and local health officials to provide some relief.
On average, most people clear out their closets at least twice per year. each and every one of the clothing they no longer wear it taken to charity locations and thrift stores. lots people donate clothing items that they only wore a number of times or that still have the tags on them. The mostContinue reading “Save Money Shopping for Clothing at Local Thrift Stores”