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email@example.comA sheet of paper with the words “Do not move” was taped to the U-shaped receptionist desk. A similar note was taped to a large white planter nearby that contained a pot of crusty old soil and dead plant material. A few yards away was a set...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe plan to transform a former U.S. Army Reserve building in Hagerstown into the permanent home of a Washington County senior activities center took a big step forward Tuesday. The Washington County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday voted unanimously to...
Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce The Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed the following new members: • 28 South, 28 S. Potomac St., Hagerstown • AT&T, 17622 Garland Groh Blvd., Hagerstown •...
City to provide financial aid for new restaurant The city of Hagerstown will provide financial assistance for a new downtown restaurant, the Flying Pie Co., in the form of a $15,000 loan-to-grant, after approval Tuesday by the Hagerstown City Council....
“I really feel so sad today. I don’t know what is happening to our country. First, you can’t buy Twinkies anymore. Now you can’t take a tour of the White House. And to make matters worse, you can’t buy Gibble’s potato...
email@example.comThe Hagerstown firm of Bushey Feight Morin Architects has been chosen to design the new “West City” elementary school, which is expected to open in August 2016. The Washington County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night to...
Architectural Chambersburg’s North End to be showcased with tour CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Retired educator George Fries II will lead a Victorian stroll of unique architectural sites in Chambersburg’s North End on April 18. The tour will...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSizable donations from a Waynesboro man’s estate are allowing two organizations to consider expanding their facilities. The Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library’s board of directors learned about eight months ago that it will receive $1...
Hagerstown’s political leadership and business community seem to be nearing a consensus on downtown redevelopment, prompting growing excitement for the city’s path forward. Part of that excitement is the opportunity to link projects in the...
email@example.comAn architect’s plans for installing restrooms at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad roundhouse and shops in Martinsburg are about ready to be put out for bid. The Berkeley County Roundhouse Authority on Saturday authorized architect Matthew Grove to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Waynesboro Area School Board approved what it hopes is the final settlement in a lawsuit tied to the expansion of the district’s lone high school. The board on Monday voted 8-1 to pay $61,000 to EI Associates, the architecture firm involved in...
email@example.comA key point of a proposed, 10-year master plan for Shepherd University is an effort to recruit more students to live on campus. One goal would increase the number of students living on campus to half of the school’s student population. Currently,...
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