Md. Man, 87, A Veteran Of WWII And Korean WarRalph Hoover spent the same amount of time in combat as it takes most people to earn a college degree.
Maryland Metal Recyclers Taking PrecautionsJack Metzner and Bill Wright say they are frustrated that Conservit Inc. is associated in some people's minds with the ongoing problem of metal thefts. They are aware there are those who say there wouldn't be a problem with metal thefts if there were no metal recyclers.
Washington Co. May Seek Firefighter Funding OversightWashington County officials are proposing a county takeover of a program that provides millions of dollars to volunteer fire companies.
Washington Co. Drops FedEx Senior Meal DeliveryThe Washington County Commission on Aging says prepackaged meals delivered by FedEx just don't measure up to hot food from Meals on Wheels.
New Publisher Named For Hagerstown NewspaperThe owner of The Herald-Mail newspaper in Hagerstown is announcing the appointment of a new publisher.
Hail Causes $250,000 In Damage To Dealership's VehiclesA Hancock car dealer says a storm that produced golfball-sized hail caused $250,000 in damage to 80 vehicles on his lot.
Train Derails In HagerstownThe Herald-Mail newspaper of Hagerstown reports that two cars of a Norfolk Southern freight train have derailed in Hagerstown.