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I was troubled by misinformation in Art Callaham’s column (Feb. 17) promoting the blogs of Rabbi Pruzansky. It is simply untrue to state that President Obama didn’t defend his first-term record or put forward a second-term agenda. He...
Associated PressUtility crews struggled to catch up with a backlog of millions of people without electricity for a fourth hot day Tuesday as frustration grew and authorities feared the toll of 23 storm deaths could rise because of stifling conditions and generator fumes....
On the Wings of Dreams SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — On the Wings of Dreams, at 139 W. German St. in Shepherdstown, recently donated $220 to the Potomac Valley Audubon Society. This is the fifth year owner Laura Rau has set aside 3 cents from each...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith many Potomac Edison meter readers assigned to other duties after Hurricane Irene in late August and again two months later after the late October snowstorm, some customers might have noticed more estimated bills in recent months than usual, Potomac...
There's a snow globe that sits on my bedroom dresser. A casual observer might have thought it was just a souvenir during spring break at the French Quarter of New Orleans. To me, it's a reminder that I'm a workaholic. More than 15 years ago, my...
The Maryland State Highway Administration says it has reopened one lane of a mountain road in northern Frederick County two months after it was closed by a mudslide. The agency said Tuesday it installed a temporary signal to control two-way traffic in...
"There seems to be a shortage of everything but shortages. Now it's coffee beans, and the cost of coffee is climbing. This is a favor to me, because I've been looking for an excuse to stop drinking coffee for a long time." — Hagerstown "Here...
email@example.comIt has been more than six weeks since Md. 550 (Sabillasville Road) in Thurmont closed because of a mudslide. According to the Maryland State Highway Administration's website, the road remains closed between Eylers Valley Flint Road and Kelbaugh Road....
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.comThe head of the Washington County Highway Department said the worst flooding in some parts of the county won’t come until after sunset tonight. That’s when rain from Thursday’s heavy downpours will make its way from higher elevations...
Summer rains sent tons of red mud and torrents of water rushing down mountainsides in towns outside Rio, enveloping homes of rich and poor alike and killing at least 239 people in 24 hours. Some survivors clung to trees to escape the water and landslides....
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