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firstname.lastname@example.orgMore than 250 people descended on the Washington County One Stop Job Center in Hagerstown Thursday to fill out applications and drop off resumes, trying to match their skills to the needs of prospective employers. "The turnout has been incredible so...
email@example.comThe unemployment rate in Washington County dropped in July, according to figures released Friday. The county's July jobless rate was 9.7 percent, the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing & Regulation reported. In June, the county's unemployment...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJobs, jobs, jobs. In today’s struggling economy, jobs are paramount on the minds of families, employers and economists. While hit by the economy like the rest of the country, West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle seems to have weathered a lot of...
email@example.comHMS Technologies, near Martinsburg, W.Va., has a contract with the federal government to scan Facebook and Twitter posts to tip off agencies such as the FBI about people who brag they are going to do harmful things, HMS founder and President Harry M....
“I’m finally beginning to see what’s the problem with this area. We’re too urban for chickens, but we’re too rural for recycling. What a dilemma.” — Hagerstown “You know, I get tired of these people...
City’s parking policy unfriendly to disabled drivers To the editor: Recently, you ran a story regarding handicapped parking and the fact the City of Hagerstown had begun placing warning tickets on placard and plate holders’ vehicles warning...
Prime Minister David Cameron's former communications chief and an ex-royal reporter were arrested Friday in a phone hacking and police corruption scandal that has already toppled a major tabloid and rattled the cozy relationship between British...
Two commissioners oppose transit hire The hiring of a new fleet manager for the Washington County Transit Department proved controversial Tuesday, when county Board of Commissioners President Terry Baker objected to the selected applicant because he lives...
AP Economics WriterAmericans' incomes have stagnated for three straight months. Yet they boosted their spending in September 0.6 percent — three times the increase in August. Under normal circumstances, that would be a troubling sign for the economy. But a...
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