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Past articles by Nick:

Amazon selects Arlington, New York City for new headquarters

After running a year-long competition that drew interest from hundreds of cities and a number of states, Amazon officially announced on Tuesday morning that Arlington, Va., and New York City will be the locations for its new headquarters. → Read More

Clear Spring man arrested for alleged sexual assault of dementia patient

A Clear Spring man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting an 84-year-old dementia patient at Meritus Medical Center last month. → Read More

Autistic boy dies from injuries after Martinsburg house fire

A 12-year-old autistic boy has died from his injuries after a duplex home fire in Martinsburg early Monday morning. → Read More

People's Choice Volunteer Award goes to 91-year-old prison ministry volunteer

Through the People's Choice Volunteer Award, the Community Foundation of Washington County puts the spotlight on one person who gives unselfishly of their time and talents to the area. → Read More

Berkeley County Day Report Center seeks more help amidst staffing, capacity issues

As Berkeley County continues to be mired in a drug epidemic, more offenders are choosing to get treatment through the Day Report Center, rather than stay behind bars. → Read More

Open enrollment period for ACA health insurance begins

Even after numerous attempts by Congress to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, insurance through the law is still intact and available as open enrollment begins on Wednesday. → Read More

Veteran Expo in Franklin County aims to be 'one-stop shop' to help vets

Veterans of the armed forces can have a variety of needs after completing their service, but organizers at the 2017 Veteran Expo in Franklin County aim to make their event a "one-stop shop" to fill those needs. → Read More

Students drop pumpkins from top of press box in name of science

Hundreds of Spring Mills High School students spent Friday morning dropping pumpkins off the top of the football stadium press box. → Read More

Community leaders gather for 21st annual Washington County Prayer Breakfast

Many big names in politics, business and other industries took some time to reflect on Wednesday morning at the 21st annual Greater Washington County Leadership Prayer Breakfast. → Read More

Two dead after early morning house fire in Hagerstown

Two people are dead after an early morning house fire in Hagerstown on Tuesday. → Read More

Greencastle man suspected of shooting, killing his wife

A Greencastle man is behind bars, accused of shooting and killing his wife over the weekend. → Read More

#FindUsFridays: School Bus Rodeo in Frederick County, Va.

School bus drivers in Frederick County, Va., competed in a school bus rodeo on Friday, to determine who the very best is in the fleet. → Read More

Clear Spring man, former volunteer firefighter no longer facing arson charges

Twenty-one-year old Conner Greenlee was indicted last month after a year-long investigation for allegedly setting his mother's house on fire in July of 2016. → Read More

Court records reveal violent nature of Hagerstown fatal stabbing case

Charging documents include new details in a Hagerstown murder case, with a man accused of stabbing a woman to death on Tuesday evening. → Read More

Tobacco ban taking effect in Martinsburg, Berkeley County parks next year

Park-goers in Berkeley County will no longer be able to use any tobacco products starting next year, after the county's Parks and Recreation Board voted to ban them in park areas. → Read More

World War II monument arrives at Williamsport American Legion

A brand new monument dedicated to World War II veterans, which a Williamsport American Legion post has been fundraising for over the past 10 months, is now right at home. → Read More

Open communication, supervision crucial for children's online safety

New statistics show that the internet and social media are hardly safe spaces for our children. → Read More

Early morning raids in Hagerstown lead to 13 arrests, seizure of firearms and narcotics

More than a dozen people were taken into custody Friday morning in Hagerstown, in what law enforcement is calling the culmination of a nearly year-long investigation. → Read More

Jefferson County commissioners nix plan to establish plaque committee

A few weeks ago, the Jefferson County Commission voted to keep the Confederate plaque right where it is. → Read More

Speed 'without a doubt' factor in deadly Berkeley County crash

A woman was killed early Wednesday morning in Berkeley County, after she lost control of her vehicle and rolled over. → Read More