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News-Post Staff About a dozen chestnut trees will be planted in the Woodland Park community in Thurmont. The trees are a gift from the American Chestnut Foundation as part of a program to compensate for blighted trees. Bill Blakeslee, chief
Labella is the recipient of the District 22W Leo of the Year Award and received the Martin Luther King Jr. Award for demonstrating the pillars of character in helping her community. Once a month, the fountain coins go to the Kids Are Heroes program,
The Royals, largely comprised of players who have been together for almost 10 years, are 16-1 overall and have hardly been scored upon in league play. But their most impressive, dramatic and significant outcome never appeared in the win column. Over
Catoctin High School student Wyatt Farmer will use a $1,000 FFA grant he received recently for his Supervised Agricultural Experience project. It involves collecting waste oil from restaurants and using a chemical process to make biodiesel fuel that
But Roger Copeland, Crestwood assistant principal, said Tuesday the equipment is in Room C-137 of the school. Poor record keeping could be to blame for its mistakenly appearing on a list of missing items, Copeland said, but the universal gym machine
This is an elective part of the Frederick County physical education curriculum that has been offered to aspiring coaches for several years now. I was especially pleased to be taking part in this class because, first, I spent 13 years of my teaching/
Now, for the first time in her career, she'll be teaching at another county high school, but not by her choice. Due to decreased enrollment in some courses at Walkersville, teachers were told last year that four positions would be lost, Neal said...
Now, he's putting college students in position to succeed in their academic careers. Twenty years ago, he was a West Virginia Wesleyan fullback, running over tacklers in short-yardage and goal-line offenses. Today, he is running orientation programs
Mary's University on Thursday morning. "I'm excited, nervous and tired, because it's early," class President Todd Seiss said before the 10 a.m. ceremony. Proud of his classmates, Seiss said his graduating class was devoted to service and academics.
Even Alex Kennedy had to admit that his first day as a member of the varsity baseball team at Catoctin High School was "kind of mind boggling." After picking up his uniform from coach Mike Franklin Monday morning, Kennedy stymied visiting Frederick