“Pardon”Me? Marijuana Possession Could Be Removed From Your Record

Many states have now legalized medical and even recreational sales and use of marijuana, but according to the federal government, marijuana is still illegal. Many people feel that they suffered serious penalties for drug crimes convictions though marijuana is legal in some form in much of the nation. Having such a conviction on your record can make it difficult to get a good job, apply for certain benefits, or even join the military. Fortunately, there is some good news for those convicted of Simple Possession of Marijuana.

Lady’s Soccer Tournament This Weekend

HAGERSTOWN, MD News (3/1/2023) – The HCC Woman’s soccer team is putting on a 7v7 soccer tournament at the Hagerstown soccer club this weekend. The u16 and u19 mix from The Hagerstown Freedom FireBalls play as well as the u19 Hagerstown Freedom Fire. This tournament is A precursor to the final Preseason Baltimore Mania tournament on March 24th and 25th. The girls NCSL Club season opens officially on April 1st.

Ready to “Get Trashy?”- Eastern Blvd Cleanup Effort Planned

HAGERSTOWN, MD News (3/1/2023) – The Hub City certainly has it’s bragging points, but litter is not one of them. Over the years, residents could not help but notice that some areas, once beautiful, are now nearly covered in garbage. Social media discussions usually focus on how awful the litter looks to passers by, or trying to decide who is or ought to be responsible for cleanup efforts to return these messy areas to their previously clean state. While these are certainly valid discussions, not much has been done to tidy these areas- until now.

Attorney General Brown Testifies on Civil Rights Enforcement

BALTIMORE, MD News (3/1/2023) – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today will testify in support of proposed legislation that reflects his top priorities as Maryland’s new Attorney General—fighting discrimination and inequities, protecting Marylanders against civil rights violations, pursuing remedies for unlawful police practices, and enhancing public safety.

The Other Side of the Story: Dan’s Tap House Responds to Allegations

BOONSBORO, MD News (2/28/2023) – Daniel Aufdem-Brinke, co-owner of Dan’s Tap House, has issued a statement for Radio Free Hub City to share in lieu of an interview. In the statement, he discusses how Dan’s Tap House is meant to be inclusive for all, and that he believes the allegations in Neal Glessner’s lawsuit are “beyond preposterous”. RFHC contributor BB Boring reads the statement in the following video.

UPDATED: State of WV Investigating Mystery Dust Covering Four-State Region

HAGERSTOWN, MD News (2/24/2023) – Overnight, the West Virginia Panhandle, Western Maryland, and parts of Southern Pennsylvania were covered in a mysterious dust. Reports initially occurred on social media in West Virginia, then Maryland, and finally Pennsylvania. Sightings were reported in Kearneysville WV, Williamsport MD, Hagerstown MD, Sharpsburg MD, and even Chambersburg PA. At this time, there is no definitive answer what the dust is, or where it came from. However, there are a few theories.

Protest at Dan’s Tap House: Seinfeld and Care Bears Take the Stage

BOONSBORO, MD News (2/25/2023) – Today in Boonsboro’s town square, passers-by witnessed a protest against Dan’s Tap House, including a sign with references to Seinfeld, and even a Care Bear. Unfortunately, Radio Free Hub City was met with hostility from Dan’s staff, and even demanded that we leave a public sidewalk.