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email@example.comLayoffs at the Unilever ice-cream plant in Hagerstown were scheduled to have started this week, as the plant prepares to close in August 2013, eliminating more than 400 jobs, according to a company letter distributed in September. However, even though...
Mayor supports renewal of police excess levy To the editor: The City of Martinsburg special election is Saturday, May 11. On behalf of the City of Martinsburg, I would encourage all registered voters in the city to vote “for” the renewal...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County government announced recently that its annual business and industry survey showed there had been a net gain of more than 440 jobs in the past year. But that isn’t the whole story. Despite the increase in the county’...
email@example.comAs the longtime president of a Hagerstown furniture manufacturing company, David C. Beachley has seen a lot of curves and sharp edges in the numbers that define his business. The worst of the extremes in the number of people he employs has come fairly...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe economic development goals accepted by Washington County officials Tuesday have been well-received and provide a workable framework for future growth, according to some community leaders reached for comment Wednesday. “We’re grateful for...
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Franklin County, Pa., decreased two-tenths of a percentage point to 6.2 percent in March, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry announced Tuesday. Franklin County ranked sixth for the lowest...
email@example.comStephen Vanmeter of Greencastle, Pa., who will finish school at Hagerstown Community College this spring, went to the Mega Job Fair on campus Friday to look for a full-time job in the information technology field that he could work while pursuing his...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEighty-five vendors lined the hallways of Chambersburg Mall on Thursday for the third annual Here to Help job fair. About a thousand people stopped at an information table to pick up fliers designed for job seekers, according to Pennsylvania state Sen....
State Sen. Richard Alloway II, in partnership with PA CareerLink Franklin County and the Franklin County Area Development Corp., will host the third annual “Here To Help” Job Fair on Thursday. The job fair will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the...
email@example.comRichard Andrews III said he has a job at a local graphics company, but it’s hard to get enough hours to make a decent living. Andrews, who is an Army veteran, and dozens of others with military experience were at the National Guard Armory off...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPenn State Mont Alto will change its nursing program from a two-year degree to a four-year degree beginning in the fall of 2014. “Hospitals are changing their employment pattern. They aren’t hiring associate degree nurses like they had in the...
President Obama and some lawmakers in Washington and Annapolis have called for increasing the minimum wage, saying it would help the working poor. So far, those calls have gained little support, even on the left: Legislation to raise Maryland’s...
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