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email@example.comCity of Hagerstown officials are conducting an online survey with the aim of developing a master plan for parking in Hagerstown’s downtown area. The city chose Rich & Associates Inc., a consultant and planning company from Southfield, Mich., to...
City of Hagerstown officials launched a survey this month to receive input about the current parking situation from the people who live, work and visit in the downtown area. Below are some examples of questions users can expect to find in the online...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGov. Martin O'Malley's plan to shift teacher pension costs to local jurisdictions is expected to cost Washington County about $2.5 million, according to budget figures released Wednesday. O'Malley said the state is offering other "fiscal relief" measures...
email@example.comA Food Lion in Shippensburg, Pa., and a Bloom in Walkersville, Md., are expected to close within 30 days, according to Delhaize America, the supermarket company that owns the grocery chains. The Food Lion at 300 S. Fayette St. in Shippensburg and the...
Letterkenny Army Depot is looking for former female employees from the 1940s through the early 1970s to participate in a group panel discussion in recognition of Women’s History Month. The Federal Women’s Program Committee of Letterkenny is...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAt area gyms Monday, the busiest station was the sign-up desk as area residents made good on the popular New Year’s resolution to get in shape in 2012. “We haven’t been this busy in a long time,” Planet Fitness employee...
Holly Place, a Hagerstown organization that provides housing for senior citizens, received $485 from Housing Authority of Washington County employees. Melanie Davis, executive director of Holly Place, recently accepted the donation from Richard Willson,...
email@example.comJames Barnes of Hagerstown, a worker for Flagger Force worker vehicle escort service, was directing traffic on West Franklin Street Wednesday while the temperature was below 20 degrees. “I can't wait until summertime,” said Barnes, who said...
Turning Point Real Estate FREDERICK, Md. — Kristi Jacobs Woods recently joined the office of Turning Point Real Estate, a real estate services company in the Greater Washington Metropolitan Real Estate Market. Woods is a residential sales...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFirstEnergy will close the R. Paul Smith Power Station in Williamsport by Sept. 1 because of the cost of complying with federal environmental regulations that go into effect in 2015, a company official announced Thursday. The plant is one of six older...
The Interfaith Service Coalition, a cooperative community outreach effort of the churches in the Hancock area, has presented its 2011 Volunteer of the Year award to the Washington County Employees' United Way Day of Caring Team. Washington County...
The Washington County Department of Social Services is encouraging eligible Washington County residents to claim their earned income credit and child tax credit. The announcement comes as the county joins in a promotional campaign titled “Your...
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