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firstname.lastname@example.orgOne 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...
email@example.comThe nation’s ongoing economic doldrums, mixed with generational differences, have hit rock maple as well as blond furniture hard, and all but the finest antiques have suffered. But at area auctions, the venerable box lots — random cardboard...
Have you ever worked for a company that one day suddenly went bankrupt? I have written several columns about cities and companies that have filed for bankruptcy protection, but not until recently had I worked for a company that filed for bankruptcy....
Associated PressAmerican Airlines and US Airways agreed Thursday to merge in an $11 billion deal that would create the world's biggest airline. The combined carrier will be called American Airlines and be based in Fort Worth. It expects to have $40 billion in annual...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter enduring so much anger and pain in losing your house and filing for bankruptcy, how would it feel to receive as much as $125,000 in compensation? “I don’t even think like that because it just sets you up for another downfall,”...
email@example.comNancy Shulley received a letter about a year ago that she thought might be junk mail, but, just in case, she put it in a desk drawer and eventually sent a reply. Good thing she did. Now, the Hagerstown woman’s letter might be the ticket to her...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChad Beadle and Jackie Weller of Hagerstown are working to open a pub just outside of Hagerstown and were looking Thursday for materials at the now-closed Hagerstown Hotel & Convention Center on Dual Highway. “I’m looking for bar stools,...
email@example.comFrom his modern home, it pains Henry Stiles to look a few hundred yards down Reno Monument Road and watch the deterioration of the historic farmhouse where he was raised. The overgrown yard and wild-weed fields around it have alarmed neighbors Tim...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the mid-1700s, British soldiers on the way to battle might have marched right past the property on the old road crossing South Mountain. A century later, just after a battle nearby, Civil War armies did rush past on the same road, barely 12 paces away...
email@example.comA Washington County Circuit Court judge has signed an order that requires Hagerstown Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II to pay more than $80,000 owed to a local businessman, property owner and landlord. The debt is from a 2008 loan on which Bruchey and the...
The Charleston (W.Va.) GazetteMountain State University is planning to sell the 555,000-square-foot mall it owns in Martinsburg and to get rid of buildings at its Beckley campus to stay financially afloat in the upcoming months, the school’s interim president said during a court...
Tags: Finance, Students, Banking, City National Corporation, Loans
The owners of Wisp, Maryland’s only ski resort, have met with a number of potential buyers in their efforts to stave off financial failure, one of the partners said Thursday. But selling the Western Maryland resort is not inevitable, as one of...
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