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email@example.comOne thing Ed Grimes hates about his current work schedule is trying to explain it to others. “It’s confusing,” he said. Since being laid off in 2009 after nearly four decades at Hagerstown’s Noland Company, the 61-year-old...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBelieving in his employees to the very end, Lynn Bowers used to encourage them, saying their small Hagerstown company could compete like “a Davy in an industry of Goliaths.” But last year, after struggling through the worst economy many of...
email@example.comAs the longtime president of a Hagerstown furniture manufacturing company, David C. Beachley has seen a lot of curves and sharp edges in the numbers that define his business. The worst of the extremes in the number of people he employs has come fairly...
“It’s Earth Week. There should be zero tolerance in Hagerstown and Washington County for littering of cigarette butts; burning cigarette butts in roadways, and cigarette butts in our beautiful parks.” — Hagerstown “In regard...
$6,000 loan-to-grant OK'd for El Paso Mexican Restaurant The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a $6,000 loan-to-grant for El Paso Mexican Restaurant, which plans to relocate downtown in May. The eatery, owned by Jose Gomez, has...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMany standing more than 25 feet tall, massive rolls of paper by the dozen are stacked neatly toward the rear of National Golden Tissue’s manufacturing plant in Hagerstown. Those rolls — purchased and shipped in from places such as Maine,...
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email@example.comFew are brave enough to risk opening a business in today’s uncertain economy. But times were just as financially tumultuous in the recession-ravaged 1980s when Tim Myers, Nancy Motichka and her son, Tom Motichka, took a risk and opened The Jewelry...
A Republican plan to phase out Pennsylvania’s 600 state-operated liquor stores and raise millions in revenue by selling licenses to private businesses passed the House easily Thursday and was sent to the Senate. The 105-90 vote after about seven...
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firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.comEditor’s note: This is one in an occasional series of stories on findings and recommendations in The Hagerstown and Washington County Economic Development Strategic Plan. What ran Sunday: Will the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Pennsylvania business selling appliances and artwork m ade out of leaves is one of the vendors participating in this weekend’s 19th annual Hagerstown Community College Alumni Association Flower & Garden Show. The event started Saturday and...
email@example.comTen years ago, Washington County government signed the first of five agreements to lease land at Hagerstown Regional Airport to developer David Rider. At his own expense, Rider erected four aircraft hangars and a three-story office building he now leases...
Tags: Taxation, Business, Rental Service, Politics, Rentals
Alliance of Small Businesses March 11 — Alliance of Small Businesses’ networking event. Mike Cumberland of Keller Stonebraker Insurance will discuss the options brought about by the Maryland Healthcare Connector — the state exchange...
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