A New Year's Eve Doughnut Drop in Hagerstown

Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013  |  Updated 8:08 AM EDT
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New Year's Eve revelers in Hagerstown are sweetening their celebration with a doughnut drop.

The event Tuesday night in the downtown Public Square is sponsored by locally made Krumpe's Do-nuts. The doughnut drops early, at 7 p.m., to make the event family friendly.

Elsewhere in western Maryland, the Civitan Club of Frederick is dropping a giant key along downtown Carroll Creek at midnight. The key is a symbol of "Star-Spangled Banner" composer Francis Scott Key, who is buried in Frederick.

In Cumberland, the traditional ball drop will be accompanied by fireworks and live music.

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