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You have to give Denise Dennis some credit. She did not come cheap. The price tag she put on her virtue is about the same as the amount Gov. Tom Corbett took to sell his soul — or Pennsylvania's soul, that is — to the gas drilling robber...
In November of 1788, right around the time some confounded colonials were celebrating what they called their 168th "Thanksgiving," King George III finally went off the deep end. Tormented by the ridiculous principles established by those troublemakers...
A fledgling organization dedicated to the Continental Congress is bringing three days of lectures along with historic documents and short films to Annapolis, as it seeks to find a permanent home in the city. Among the items of historic note in the...
The opponents of new taxes in Sunset Beach are seeking another day in court, and they have the Tea Party behind them. Not the Tea Party from 2010. The one from 1773. Attorneys for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Foundation, which is backing the Citizen'...
HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From Wymondham in Norfolk, England, the ancestral home of prominent early settlers. ORIGINS: The area was settled in the 1680s when land was bequeathed by Mohican Sachem Chief Joshua to 16 men, most from Norwich. The...
DOROTHY LOUISE DENUES SALVEN Dorothy Louise Denues Salven, 88, widow of Charles Eugene Salven, died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012. Born in Olive Hill, she was the daughter of the late Robert Leslie Denues and Nancy Garred Denues Weathers. Dorothy and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA year and half of planning culminating with a year’s worth of events will wrap up Shepherdstown’s 250th anniversary celebration this weekend with a community soup fest and a “Coming Home Parade,” one of the biggest in town...
Channel Guide MagazineThe Independence Day holiday in America falls on a Wednesday this year, which may put some people in a sort of No Man's Land, where it might be kind of hard to stretch that into a long weekend. But, if you do have any time off on and around July 4 this...
Jane Elizabeth (Hamer) Cooper, 86, of Elizabeth Township, passed away peacefully in her home surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. Born Dec. 12, 1925 in Johnstown, a daughter of the late Kerby N. and Elsie E. Williamson Hamer. In...
Dr. H. Berton McCauley, former chief of the dental division of the Baltimore Health Department, who led the controversial battle that resulted in the city's water supply being fluoridated nearly 60 years ago, died Oct. 23 of prostate cancer at his...
email@example.comSenate President David L. Williams recently appointed state Sen. Tom Buford, R-Nicholasville, to the Kentucky War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission. The 18-member commission, which includes state agencies and at-large members, works on a broad range of...
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