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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 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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgState businesses should be prepared for major changes in health benefit policies regardless of the outcome of a U.S. Supreme Court case challenging federal health care reform, a Maryland Chamber of Commerce official warned Wednesday. “Even if parts...
email@example.comThe Washington County Board of Commissioners Tuesday backed the idea of using cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses. The commissioners agreed to have county attorneys draft an ordinance authorizing use of the cameras. That...
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Margaret Anderson became a law- enforcement officer with the National Park Service because she wanted to help people, and she put herself in the way of evil on New Year’s Day because of her deep religious faith and love for others, her father told...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA former Hagerstown teenager who was convicted of asking a classmate to murder her father in 2008 only to see that conviction overturned later by a state appeals court pleaded guilty Tuesday to solicitation of murder in Washington County Circuit Court....
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email@example.comThe U.S. Supreme Court has passed up a pair of cases for the digital age — including one involving a former Musselman High School student — over whether schools may censor students who are at home when they create online attacks against...
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Associated PressA measure to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland focuses more carefully on protecting religious freedom than a bill that failed last year, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Tuesday after hosting a breakfast with supporters at the governor’s...
There can be no excuse for driving past the red flashing lights of a stopped school bus. The law is universally known, and the reason for the law is universally understood. And the potential consequences of failing to stop are clearly understood as well....
Is it really the goal of the Plan Maryland initiative to wage “war” on our part of the state as well as on Southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore? Or do we believe the testimony last week of Maryland Planning Secretary Richard Hall that...
Special to The Herald-MailFile photo Mike Barnhart, left, of Maryland Chapter II of the Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, is seen here in 2008 with club members Bill Broussard, Damion Broussard and Ed Herring presenting a $7,000 check to Karen...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown man charged with attempted murder for stabbing his father-in-law pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court to first-degree assault. Joshua Bassford, 23, formerly of 136 E. Irvin Ave., also pleaded guilty to carrying a...
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