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Now in its 13th year of celebrating the joys of the winter season, the Hancock Winter Festival, sponsored by the Hancock Arts Council, takes place Saturday, Feb. 9, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Widmeyer Park. As in years past, festival-goers will find...
The Western Enterprise Fire Co. supplied nine cases of hams to The Salvation Army for its Christmas dinner this past holiday season. Along with the Ladies Auxiliary, Western Enterprise also donated funds to Holly Place to provide the requested...
Christmas is known as the season of giving. We are all so busy thinking about giving presents to others that it can become a hectic time of year. In an effort to avoid the rush of shoppers filling the stores on weekends, I spent Wednesday trying to...
Choosing a favorite moment from the last month of Christmas Lights touring would be difficult. The wide-eyed refugee families, some of whom lived not so long ago in places that didn't even have electricity, shooting photo after photo with their camera...
The Hartford CourantI learn a lot from my readers. Last week, for example, I received an e-mail from Karen Cheyney, who wrote, "Could you please do one of your Sunday articles on how to get rid of old stuff, now that Christmas is over?" It seemed like a good idea, so I...
Washington Square United Methodist Church, at 538 Washington Ave. in Hagerstown, will present a Christmas cantata titled “A Song in the Air” by Dennis and Nan Allen Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Washington Square sanctuary. Singers from Washington...
This was once again a wonderful Christmas season of church and Sunday school programs, school plays and concerts, and generous gift giving to the less fortunate. One of the most recent acts of kindness was the gift of coffee and donuts given to...
The West Hagerstown Lions Club treated seniors at Walnut Towers to bingo, prizes and snacks during the month of November. The club was also the host club for the zone meeting for that month. Many members recently donated their time by ringing the bell...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Holidays
Central Indiana nonprofit charities are making a last-minute push this holiday season to help those less fortunate. Charities like the Salvation Army and the United Way say donations are steady right now, but the with the country's continued economic...
Tags: Global Expansion, United Way
OK, so the end of the world didn’t happen. Hmm. Time to regroup. Now what? 1. I guess I have to keep being a nice guy. I have a fantasy of being Bill Murray’s character in “Scrooged” for like a week ... 2. I suppose I...
Tags: Politics, The Herald-Mail, Government, Sports, Baseball
The Hartford CourantSeveral times a year, I clean out my closets and gather serviceable clothing and household linens to donate. Then, in spite of my intentions, I end up driving around with the stuff in my trunk because I have no idea where to bring them. (I've got two bags...
Love and other intangibles seem to be on the minds of this year's holiday shoppers. While some named specific gifts on their list to make the season brighter for themselves and their loved ones, many spoke of things that money can't buy. Young and old...
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