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The Franklin County (Pa.) Department of Emergency Services is seeking local businesses affected by a tractor-trailer fire Thursday that closed Interstate 81 in Dauphin County, Pa., for several days. Due to the crash and fire last week, Pennsylvania Gov....
email@example.comAs teenage athletes left Chambersburg Area Middle School North on Wednesday evening, firetrucks and other emergency vehicles descended on the parking lot for a drill related to an mock attack at a nuclear power plant. Emergency services officials...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBlue ribbons eluded them, but Baron, Twists and Ceri still showed enough skill in their divisions to snare seven green ribbons among them at the recent American Kennel Club National Agility Championships in Tulsa, Okla. Gretchen Mason’s Welsh...
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Franklin Co. residents not eligible for FEMA funding CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Franklin County, Pa., residents and businesses will not be eligible for Federal Emergency Management Agency funding for damage stemming from Superstorm Sandy, Franklin County...
email@example.comPublic school meals won’t be affected by the federal spending cuts known as sequestration, but several local agencies that depend on federal funding are awaiting word on how the gridlock between President Obama and Congress will affect local...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County Public Schools thoroughly trains its employees for all kinds of emergency situations, a school district spokesman said Friday in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut that left 28 people dead....
“Potomac Edison: I just want to warn Hagerstown. They charged me a late fee. I have my bill taken out of my checking account automatically every month. I’m going to call them this morning and find out why they’re charging me a late fee...
“Why doesn’t the federal government bail out Hostess, so that we can have our Twinkies and our cupcakes? They bailed out the auto makers.” — Hagerstown “I got our bill the other day, on recycling, so I said I wanted to...
The Frederick News-PostUsually, hobbies cost money. But Sam Pritt’s extracurricular project has earned him $3,000 and could bring in an additional $100,000. Sam, 17, lives in Walkersville and has been home-schooled by his parents, Christine and Mark, his entire life,...
More than 10 weeks after Superstorm Sandy brutalized parts of the heavily populated Northeast, the House approved $50.5 billion in emergency relief for the victims Tuesday night as Republican leaders struggled to close out an episode that exposed...
email@example.comRate increases of 25 percent per year for government-subsidized flood insurance premiums for certain nonprimary residences have been set in motion. The rate increases, which started Jan. 1, will continue each year until they reflect full-risk rates,...
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“I hear the farmers whining for food subsidies, and I hear the people up north yelling about FEMA. I thought the Republicans wanted smaller government. Then what is everybody yelling for the government when something happens?” —...
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