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Editor’s note: This is another in a series of Eastern Panhandle candidate previews that The Herald-Mail will be running over the next several months. The announcements also will be posted on our website, www.herald-mail.com, through the West...
email@example.comThe low bid for the South Berkeley Recreation Center came in about $600,000 higher than what Powerball jackpot winner W. Randy Smith donated for the project, according to bids unveiled Tuesday. The $2,118,333 proposal by Smithsburg-based Roy C. Kline...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe legal landscape for Maryland’s recent congressional redistricting has become clearer with the dismissal of two more lawsuits, including one filed by a Washington County man. Still, challenges to the plan remain alive. The plaintiffs in one case...
A mixture of political circumstances in Maryland is prompting about a half-dozen state legislators to make congressional bids this year. For one thing, state legislators get to keep their seats in the General Assembly if they lose. That’s...
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email@example.comMoney and marriage are on the minds of Washington County’s state lawmakers heading to Annapolis. So are foreclosed properties, virtual schools, petition privacy, parole and probation violators, and Washington County’s proposed senior center....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA lack of skilled workers, uncertainties in new laws affecting business and ensuring that the federal government takes a lead in addressing infrastructure needs were among the issues that a group of local business people discussed with White House...
It takes a highly motivated writer with a dedication to detail to chronicle the drama and historical significance of what has come to be called the Roosevelt “Court packing” plan. Jeff Shesol has done a masterful job of re-creating the...
Former West Virginia Gov. Hulett C. Smith, who signed bills in the 1960s that abolished the state’s death penalty and implemented its first strip mining laws, has died. He was 93. Smith’s family announced Monday that the former governor...
email@example.comDel. Neil C. Parrott, R-Washington, wants petitions for referendum in Maryland to be granted the same secrecy as an individual person’s vote. After his group, MdPetitions.com, turned in enough signatures in 2011 to get a public vote on a law...
Following is a list of closings in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. City of Hagerstown - City of Hagerstown offices are closed today. Emergency operations will remain open. - There will be no interruption of recycling and trash collection...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChelsea McClure was originally due to give birth Dec. 26, but still hoped, for the duration of her pregnancy, to have a New Year’s baby. “I didn’t think it would actually happen ... that was my goal,” the Shippensburg, Pa., mom...
email@example.comWhether caught egging a house or robbing a convenience store, minors who find themselves in front of a juvenile court judge face civil rather than criminal proceedings, although there sometimes is little difference in the outcome. "The basic procedures...
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