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A ‘bittersweet’ farewell to the Newark New Century Club building
NewarkPostOnline.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:50:00 -0400
At LifePath Church’s last gathering at the Newark New Century Club, Pastor Keith Miller talked about what it means to leave your mark on the world.

A ‘bittersweet’ farewell to the Newark New Century Club building
NewarkPostOnline.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:50:00 -0400
At LifePath Church’s last gathering at the Newark New Century Club, Pastor Keith Miller talked about what it means to leave your mark on the world.

My First Job: Jay Mason, fry cook
FrederickNewsPost.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:00:00 -0400
Jay Mason is a Realtor at Charis Realty Group and president of the Eliminating Achievement Gaps group.

Six things to know this week
FrederickNewsPost.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:00:00 -0400
1. Food drive kicks off. Throughout September, the Maryland State Police, the State Highway Administration and allied law enforcement agencies are collecting food donations at all state police barrack

Data Points: Frederick County home sales
FrederickNewsPost.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:00:00 -0400
This week's top-selling house sits on more than 40 acres and sold for $890,000. The house, at 8202 Blacks Mill Road, Thurmont, was built in 1998. The property also includes a horse stable barn, heated

Agri-views: Farmer Nutrient Management Certification
FrederickNewsPost.com / Mon, 01 Sep 2014 02:00:00 -0400
A Farmer Nutrient Management Certification Short Course will be offered in Frederick County. Upon successful completion, it will allow a farmer to legally write their own certified nutrient management

Two centuries later, Battle of Caulk’s Field brought to light
BaltimoreSun.com / Mon, 1 Sep 2014 06:00:00 EDT
War of 1812 battle took place on Eastern Shore, where corn now grows— The Battle of Caulk's Field, the engagement at which the local soldiers of the Kent County militia stood up to the highly trained British Royal Navy and Marines, unfolded in the darkness of the early morning of Aug. 31, 1814. The only light came from the moon and the flashes of the troops' muskets.

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