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Past articles by Nina:

Thousands of Christmas presents wrapped for families in need

For the last forty years, the Mercersburg community has held a gift wrapping event for families in need. For nearly twenty of those forty years, Mercersburg Academy students have been the main wrappers for the program. → Read More

A 22 year old man was shot on Saturday morning in Hagerstown

The Hagerstown Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred on Saturday morning around 10:42 a.m. → Read More

Hagerstown will stop collecting glass as recyclable

The City of Hagerstown will no longer be accepting glass as a recyclable. → Read More

Hagerstown Police Department, Washington Co. Sheriff's Office team up to prevent traffic fatalities

The Hagerstown Police Department and Washington County Sheriff's Office are teaming up to bring the number of traffic fatalities down to zero. → Read More

City of Hagerstown looks to reduce storm water pollution

The City of Hagerstown is conducting a study that aims to ultimately find ways to reduce storm water pollution. → Read More

$1.8 million is being reallocated to fix playgrounds, buy new textbooks within WCPS

Several Washington County Public School facilities will be getting some renovations, thanks to the reallocation of $1.8 million. → Read More

'Christkindle Markt' comes to downtown Hagerstown this holiday season

What's a German festival without warm "adult" beverages, music, food and Santa! → Read More

Washington County Board of Education approves collection of outstanding school meal debt

Five in favor and two opposed is how the Washington County Board of Education voted. → Read More

Governor Hogan's "A Better Maryland" project kicks off Monday

Governor Larry Hogan's project, "A Better Maryland", kicks off Monday in Garrett County. → Read More

Benghazi Veteran speaks at Hagerstown Community College Monday night

The Modern Woodsmen of America in Hagerstown held a fundraiser to help bring local veteran memorials to Washington County on Monday night. → Read More

Five men arrested, one man dead after armed robbery

Five men were arrested for an armed robbery in Wheaton on Saturday night. → Read More

Frederick Police are asking for help in identifying the suspect of an armed robbery, assault

Frederick Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened just after 6 p.m. on Saturday night. → Read More

Ashburn man arrested for inappropriate contact with a minor on Halloween

An Ashburn man was arrested Friday for inappropriate contact with a minor on Halloween. → Read More

WCPS School Board to review changes to student meal policy

The Washington County Board of Education just finished drafting revisions to current student meal policies that will be reviewed for a second time on Tuesday. → Read More

Wolf administration launches medical marijuana registry

Wednesday Governor Tom Wolf's administration launched the Medical Marijuana Patient and Caregiver Registry, marking a major milestone for Pennsylvania in terms of medicine. → Read More

Two Hagerstown residents charged for operating prostitution business

The investigation started in 2016 when local law enforcement began looking into complaints about an online prostitution business. → Read More

Chambersburg Police Department's first Lieutenant is appointed

Chambersburg officials had a lot on their plate this week, from the 2018 budget, to promotions - seven to be exact. → Read More

Sky Zone hosts "Trunk or Treat" for a good cause

Tiny ghouls and goblins made their way out to the Hagerstown Sky Zone Monday night for some fun, prizes, and treats! → Read More

Chambersburg Borough Council deciding where to allocate funds

It's budget season for the Borough of Chambersburg and the council is working on approving future costs. → Read More

Summit Health's Chaplain is retiring after 18 years of service

The Chaplain of Summit Health in Chambersburg is retiring after 18 years of service. → Read More