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Md. Probes Elder Care Center After Patient Fall

The owner of a western Maryland assisted-living center faces criminal charges and a licensing investigation after an 84-year-old Alzheimer’s patient crashed through the unfinished floor of a second-story room into the dining room below, police and state regulators said Monday.

08/13/2012

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Manager Of Bookstore Named Bookseller Of The Year

There are those who believe bookstores– the ones that offer reading material in the paper and ink variety– will one day go the way of vinyl records. Bookstores will become dinosaurs.

07/09/2012

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Lesbian Files Bias Claim Against Md. Girls Home

A lesbian who was fired from her job at a western Maryland home for troubled girls claims she was a victim of sexual discrimination.

06/05/2012

It’s Academic: January 14, 2012

Teams from Mount Hebron, Severna Park and Boonsboro compete.

01/14/2012

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Boonsboro Votes Down Backyard Chicken Ordinance

The Boonsboro Town Council voted unanimously Tuesday night against a zoning change to allow up to three hens per lot in residential areas.

09/07/2011

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3 Hens, No Roosters Proposed For Boonsboro Coops

A proposal to allow chickens to be raised in backyards is dividing residents in the small western Maryland town of Boonsboro.

08/02/2011

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Store Closing After 174 Years

Inside the old brick building on Boonsboro’s Main Street where generations of local families have gone for furniture, for friendly conversation, and, in the old days, even for funerals, employees have been quietly informing customers of a difficult decision. This summer, after celebrating its 174th anniversary, Bast of Boonsboro, believed by the proprietor to be the oldest continually operating furniture store in Maryland, will close.

05/02/2011

It’s Academic: March 5, 2011

Teams from James M. Bennett, Boonsboro and John Carroll compete.

03/05/2011

Author Nora Roberts has traveled all over the world, but she still calls Maryland home.

Nora Roberts Foundation Donates To Md. School

A charitable foundation established by best-selling author Nora Roberts is giving $13,000 to the music and drama programs at Boonsboro High School near her western Maryland home.

01/20/2011

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