Smithsburg, Maryland News

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Smithsburg Memorial Day Ceremony Details

Smithsburg, MD News (5/26/2023) – On Tuesday, May 30, 2023, the Town of Smithsburg will be conducting its Memorial Day Ceremony at Veterans Park beginning at 2:00 P.M.

When Attending Summer Carnivals, Choose Wisely

As another school year draws to a close and the weather begins to warm, Washington County eagerly awaits the summer season. Families’ calendars tend to fill quickly, and it can be difficult to pick and choose what local events to attend. Radio Free Hub City has a few suggestions, and after learning about the crucial purpose of these events, supporting will seem like a no-brainer.

Smithsburg Proposes Water, Sewer and Trash Rate Increases

SMITHSBURG, MD News (5/24/2023) – Today the Smithsburg Town Council released the proposed FY24 budget. The budget contains increases in both water and sewer fees charged to residents. We’ve taken the time to examine the current and proposed rates, and provide a breakdown of what residents can expect to pay.

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Hub City Alligator Boys T-Shirt

Ride it like you stole it – because you probably did. Celebrate Hagerstown’s own version of the 12 o’clock boys with these humorous shirts.

Local Salon Plans “Soup-er” Event to Benefit Area’s Hungry

SMITHSBURG, MD News (3/10/2023) – Recently, federal food assistance programs decreased recipients’ benefit amounts to pre-pandemic amounts. For years, recipients had been receiving an extra amount to help families have access to nutritious food during the Covid-19 pandemic. Beginning in March 2023, many households received hundreds of dollars less than their previous allotment of SNAP benefits, and unfortunately, this comes at a time when inflation and other factors have sent grocery prices ever climbing. More and more families are turning to food banks and other community outreach programs to make sure that their families have food. The good news is,…

Prep Hoops Notebook 2/18

It’s mid-February so that means 2022-23 prep basketball season is coming down the home stretch. With conference tournaments and playoffs starting and next week, every game left on the schedule is important.

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5 Steps to a Better New Year, New You

January is a time for new beginnings, resolutions, and self-reflection. One topic that is particularly relevant in January is the concept of goal setting and how to set and achieve meaningful goals for the year ahead.

Prep Hoops Notebook

HAGERSTOWN and Washington County, MD News – Dave Foltz reports on the latest local high school basketball games and standings.


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