About Hagerstown, MD From the Web…
“Hagerstown was founded in 1762 by Jonathan Hager, a gunsmith, fur trader, farmer and politician. After settling he quickly increased his wealth and expanded his land holdings acquiring over 10,000 acres which he used to layout plans for the town. It was originally named Elizabethtowne, in honor of his wife, but was later changed to Hagerstown in his honor.”
“Hagerstown’s Arts & Entertainment District is home to the Maryland Theatre which offers year-round performances and events, including Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts. Hagerstown is also home to the Western Maryland Blues Fest. The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, located in scenic City Park, boasts an outstanding permanent collection with an active schedule of exhibitions, concerts , lectures, films, and special events for all ages.”
We serve the following cities:
Hagerstown, Frederick, Green Valley, Mount Airy, Damascus, Westminster, Germantown, Montgomery Village, Gaithersburg, and Eldersburg, and Waynesboro, Chambersburg, and Hanover in Pennsylvania, and Leesburg and Winchester in Virginia, and Martinsburg in West Virginia.
We serve the following counties:
Washington, Allegany, and Frederick, and Franklin and York in Pennsylvania, and Loudoun and Frederick in Virginia, and Berkeley in West Virginia.