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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia dropped plans Tuesday to freeze a program that helps parents pay for child care while they work, seek jobs or attend school. Officials also began seeking alternatives to excluding hundreds of low-income families...
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email@example.comThe deadline for candidates seeking a nomination by petition or from a nonprincipal political party is later this month, according to a Maryland State Board of Elections news release. Ashley C. Haywood, a current Hagerstown city councilwoman, is the lone...
An audit for the Washington County Historical Society, which covered a six-year period, ending Dec. 31, 1943, showed a surplus charge of $2,750 for the gift of the Spong farm to the U.S. Park Service. The Spong farm encompassed the area of Antietam Creek...
Tags: Farms, Government, Arts and Culture, Sociology, Human Interest
firstname.lastname@example.orgA volunteer fire company that refused last year to explain to The Herald-Mailmore than $100,000 in expenses might face questions this year from the Washington County government. A majority of the county commissioners said in late March that they will...
Elbert Quentin Grossnickle, 93, departed this life Thursday, April 19, 2012, peacefully at his home. Quentin was born Feb. 19,1919, on the family farm near Wolfsville, Md., the son of the late Charles Elbert and Sallie Edna Leatherman Grossnickle. He...
University Cardiovascular Associates MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Dr. Philip J. O’Donnell, a cardiologist with University Cardiovascular Associates in Martinsburg, recently was awarded diplomate status with the American Board of Clinical Lipidology,...
email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comTwelve candidates have filed to run for the five seats on the Hagerstown City Council, including former Republican State Sen. Donald F. Munson and former Washington County Board of Commissioners member Kristin B. Aleshire. Republican Mayor Robert E....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLongtime Hagerstown City Councilman Lewis C. Metzner is seeking another term in office. Metzner, a Democrat, filed for re-election Dec. 20, according to Washington County Election Director Kaye Robucci. First appointed to the city council in 1994, he...
County awards culvert contract The Washington County Board of Commissioners awarded a contract Tuesday to replace culverts on Ernstville Road, Gilardi Road and Maugansville Road. The commissioners voted unanimously to award the contract to Kinsley...
email@example.comCiting a sense of urgency to move the city forward, Hagerstown Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II said this week he will seek re-election in 2012. Bruchey is the first candidate to throw his hat in the ring for any city office, although he has not yet filed with...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Franklin County (Pa.) Commissioners will hold the line on taxes in the final 2012 budget they passed Thursday. The commissioners plan to spend about $42.8 million from their general fund, plus $1.8 million for renovations and expansions of the...
Special to The Herald-MailFor some Boys & Girls Club of Washington County campers this summer, singing in a summer choir became more than just a group of teens performing show tunes on TV. Authentic Community Theatre (ACT) partnered with the Boys & Girls Club on Pennsylvania...
Tags: Arts, Human Interest, Arts and Culture, Artists, Fine Arts
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