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Find global information on business, education, the environment, health, jobs and careers, people, politics and government, social issues, sports, STEM and more including newspapers, videos and web-only content featuring Cumberland Times-News, Herald-Mail, The Sun, USA Today, international sources and more.

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Find information on community issues and events, business, education, government and more from 2007 to present.

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Gale OneFile: Communications and Mass Media provides access to academic journals and magazines focusing on all aspects of the communications field. Key subjects covered in the database include advertising and public relations, literature and writing, linguistics, and more.

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Gale OneFile: Culinary Arts provides access to academic journals and magazines on all aspects of cooking and nutrition. The database includes thousands of searchable recipes, restaurant reviews, and industry information

Gale OneFile: News provides access to full-text newspapers and allows users to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, newspaper section, or other fields. The database offers a one-stop source for current news and searchable archives.

Gale OneFile: Popular Magazines provides access to the most searched magazines across the InfoTrac products. All of the titles are selected based on actual publication searches performed by library patrons and the database includes many titles recommended by Bowker's "Magazines for Libraries".

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Find information on community issues and events, business, education, government and more from 1996 to present.

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This newspaper index for the Civil War years, 1860 – 1865 is part of The Historic Newspaper Indexing Project which is a subject and personal name index to local and regional news, legal notices, obituaries, marriages, and advertisements published in Hagerstown, Maryland newspapers from 1790 - 1844 and 1860 - 1865. The regions covered in the index are Frederick, Washington, Allegany and Garrett Counties in Maryland; Cumberland, Adams, Fulton and Franklin Counties in Pennsylvania; and Berkeley, Jefferson and Morgan Counties in West Virginia.

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The Ruth Enlow Library in partnership with Western Maryland Regional Library has sponsored subscription access to WashingtonPost.com for all patrons and staff. To enjoy unlimited access, simply visit the site while connected to the library’s internet network. Access includes current news coverage from The Post’s expert reporting and analysis from Washington and around the world.

While The Washington Post, published since December 6, 1877, has long been considered the newspaper of record when it comes to politics and global affairs, The Post also contains smart and thoughtful reporting on topics ranging from the environment to food and cooking. Readers will not only benefit from reading The Post’s coverage, but also enjoy The Post’s interactives and videos.

In 2018, The Post formally launched its Enterprise Solutions division, along with The Washington Post’s Public Library program.

Access instructions:

  • Onsite access: authenticates using the library’s IP ranges
    • Using either the library’s computers or the public Wi-Fi on personal devices
    • Find the link for onsite access to WashingtonPost.com on the library’s page for digital resources
    • Click on the onsite link to reach WashingtonPost.com
    • Readers will be directed to the site  There should be no paywall and no registration prompt with onsite access
  • Offsite access: authenticates by log-in credentials, specifically an email address and password
    • Navigate to your library’s homepage; then go to the library’s page for digital resources
    • Locate the offsite (remote) access link for WashingtonPost.com 
    • Select the offsite (remote) access link
    • Readers are taken to your library landing page at WashingtonPost.com landing page with the following message  “Try The Washington Post free for the next 7 days. Enter your email to get started:”
    • Users should then register or log-in with two steps by entering an email address and password
    • Unrestricted offsite access is available to readers for 7 days, beginning at the point of entering the site after registering or logging in.  On the eighth day,  users should return to the library’s digital resource webpage and select the offsite access link for WashingtonPost.com;  this triggers a new 7-day access period for the individual. 

 

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