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Wing’n Pizza Shack

Wing’n Pizza Shack

Wing'n Pizza Shack has got to be my favorite place to eat inside current city limits. Stopped in and grabbed the 5 tenders combo they had on special. The tenders were tossed in honey mustard and it had to be the best honey mustard I ever had. The fresh cut fries  with...

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County Executive Jan Gardner on Earth Day

County Executive Jan Gardner on Earth Day

FREDERICK, MD – County Executive Jan Gardner will hold a public information briefing at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 22, to make key announcements and a celebration of Earth Day. The briefing will be broadcast live on FCG TV, cable channels 19 and 1085, and webcast at...

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In the Little League Dugout: Early Majors race tight

In the Little League Dugout: Early Majors race tight

The 2021 Brunswick Railroaders Little League season is a little over two weeks old, but so far the competition for the top spots in the Majors standings is keen. The Phillies are off to a 2-0 start, with the Orioles and Reds tied for second at 1-1. The Cubs are 0-2....

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Community Happening – Poetry in Othello Park

Community Happening – Poetry in Othello Park

The Brunswick Library is celebrating National Poetry Month with "poems in your pocket" at Othello Park through Saturday, May 1.Enjoy exploring the beautiful walking trails and park grounds and discover some poetry along the way. Keep a poem for yourself, or share it...

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Brunswick Teen Shot and Killed in Frederick

Brunswick Teen Shot and Killed in Frederick

Brunswick Teen Shot and Killed in Frederick The victim of this morning’s deadly shooting in Frederick is Malakai Tyrelle Cooke, a 17-year-old male from Brunswick, Maryland. Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) representatives appropriately made all next of kin...

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Brunswick Area School News 4-15-21

Brunswick Area School News 4-15-21

Brunswick Area School News 4-15-21 FCPC Career and Technology Center to resume "Shadow" program CTC is opening up again for interested 9th, 10th and 11th grade students to shadow (virtual) select programs starting on Thursday, April 22, running through Thursday, May...

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James R. Castle, Author