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At 101, she gets her own street in Hagerstown

(AP) A 101-year-old Hagerstown woman’s name has become a permanent part of the Western Maryland city. The city council voted last week to rename an alley Marguerite Way, after 101-year-old Marguerite Cyr. The alley is located behind the Hagerstown home ...

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Hagerstown toughens curfew for youths, adding fines for parents

(AP) Hagerstown is enacting a tougher juvenile curfew that makes parents subject to fines. The Herald-Mail reported that the City Council voted unanimously in favor of the changes Tuesday. The new law takes effect Nov. 28. It raises the curfew ...

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Hagerstown man to be tried in Pennsylvania in case of body found in burned car

(AP) The attorney representing a Maryland man charged in the shooting death of a man whose body was found in a burned-out car in south-central Pennsylvania says his client maintains that he acted in self-defense. Eighteen-year-old Jonta Bishop of Hagerstown ...

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Hagerstown buys toxic plant, will demolish

(AP) The city of Hagerstown is going ahead with a plan to clean up and demolish an old electrical plant tainted with toxic chemicals on the bank of Antietam Creek. The Herald-Mail reported that the City Council unanimously approved a ...

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Allegiant suspends Hagerstown flights

(AP) Low-cost carrier Allegiant Air is temporarily suspending its passenger route from Hagerstown Regional Airport to Orlando as vacation season winds down. The twice-weekly service will resume Oct. 31. The Herald-Mail in Hagerstown reported that the seasonal shutdown is an ...

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