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With state aid for public schools being discussed behind the Capitol’s closed doors and a second straight year of large-scale layoffs looming, hundreds of educators, let-go teachers and parents packed the rotunda Wednesday at a raucous union rally...
AP Economics WriterConfidence among U.S. builders ticked up this month to a five-year high, an indication that the housing market is slowly improving. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index rose in June to 29, the highest reading...
AP Business WriterInvestors yanked money out of stocks Thursday after new reports from the U.S. and China pointed to a sharp slowdown in manufacturing. The Dow Jones industrial plunged 251 points, the second-biggest drop this year. Losses in energy and materials...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter steadily dropping since January, Washington County unemployment reversed course in May, rising from April’s 8.2 percent to 8.6 percent, according to preliminary state figures released Friday. The April rate was revised upward from the 8...
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Franklin County, Pa., held steady at 6.2 percent from April to May, according to the latest data from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. The county gained 300 nonagricultural jobs in May, labor...
Date of birth: June 3, 1926 Address: 4317 Buckeystown Pike Hometown: Frederick Education: degrees in theology and science from Washington Missionary College in 1947; master’s degree in human physiology from the University of Maryland in 1948;...
email@example.comUncertainty is holding back the economy and Washington is largely in gridlock, situations that U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin said are unlikely to be resolved before the presidential election in November. “The No. 1 problem facing the country is...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFranklin County, Pa., saw improvements to its unemployment rate in March, while neighboring Fulton County experienced a spike in its rate, according to the latest data from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. The seasonally adjusted...
The five years of economic difficulty this country has experienced have been especially hard on the Cumberland Valley. Unemployment rates have been high and doggedly persistent. If the nation has had a slow and weak recovery, ours has been sluggardly and...
Following are the responses to three questions The Herald-Mail posed to candidates for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District seat. The candidates were asked to limit their responses to 75 words. Those responses that exceeded that limit were edited....
Republican candidates National economy: What, if anything, should the federal government do to strengthen the national economy and create jobs? Joseph Alexander — We need a new tax system. We need to stop rewarding people and companies that are...
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