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The western Maryland city of Hagerstown is embracing bicycling in a big way.
The challenges of maintaining a mom-and-pop store in a big-box age are nothing new, but in an economy that has even giants such as Starbucks and Borders scaling back, keeping a small business alive takes hard work, creativity and sacrifice, local business owners and advisers said.
A 17-year-old Hyattstown boy who was hiking near the top of Sugarloaf Mountain Sunday was severely injured after falling 30 to 50 feet into a gully.
"I'm speechless," Tessa Wiles said, moments after being named Maryland Dairy Princess.
One Maryland city is among the lowest scoring when it comes to its residents' well being.
Michael Henningsen believes in a hands-on approach, personally checking the six hotels owned by Plamondon Hospitality Partners in Frederick and Hagerstown.