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Travels with Harvey: When Adventure Means Ordering the Extra-Spicy Wings

Travels with Harvey: When Adventure Means Ordering the Extra-Spicy Wings

By STEPHANIE IAQUINTO We’ve come across an unusual number of shows about RVs lately.  Just this week, we’ve seen Bret Michaels fit a 40-year-old vehicle with a rooftop tent on…

Citizen of the Month – Mary Hill

Citizen of the Month – Mary Hill

By JAYNE THURBER-SMITH “You can’t talk about my volunteerism without talking about the Niners,” insists Mary Hill. “It’s not about me, it’s the whole club. The Niners are first-class people.…

How to Rebuild Your Machine from Scratch

How to Rebuild Your Machine from Scratch

By IN TAI RYU You managed to restore your computer to its original factory setting – HOORAH!  Here comes the fun part (not really). The first thing I do is…

Stay-Cation Planning & Organizing

Stay-Cation Planning & Organizing

By AMY VOLK With summer in full swing, a lot of us have vacation on our brains! Whether it’s an elaborate trip to Europe or a weekend to the mountains, what…

Pertussis is on the rise; are you prepared?

Pertussis is on the rise; are you prepared?

By KHADIJAH JORDAN, MD, FACOG, FACS Pertussis, commonly referred to as whooping cough, is an extremely contagious disease that is very serious in children less than one year of age.…

Meet Chesapeake Regional’s New CEO

Meet Chesapeake Regional’s New CEO

Peter Bastone takes the helm at CRMC  By JOHN DOWNS, SR Dr. Peter Bastone is filling some big shoes at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center as the newly appointed President and…

A D6 Reformation

A D6 Reformation

By CARLTON MCLEOD I appreciate the invitation and welcome the opportunity to address the readers of The Citizen. Everybody wants change.  Everyone wants to see improvement in their lives and…

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