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email@example.comA 29-year-old Miami man died after crashing the tractor-trailer he was driving south on Interstate 81 early Tuesday, West Virginia State Police said. Nathan Tavarus Elps III was pronounced dead at the scene near mile-marker 23, according to a news...
Tags: Accidental Death
firstname.lastname@example.orgClosed at the beginning of April because of a bedbug infestation, the CASA Inc. shelter for victims of domestic violence has received more than $30,000 in financial support to recondition and reopen the building. “It happened on April Fool’s...
Special to The Herald-MailThis is the 198th in a series of articles about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County. Mills Road runs generally north/south between Burnside Bridge and Harpers Ferry roads, near land crossed during the Battle of Antietam....
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email@example.comA sheet of paper with the words “Do not move” was taped to the U-shaped receptionist desk. A similar note was taped to a large white planter nearby that contained a pot of crusty old soil and dead plant material. A few yards away was a set...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFrom a hill, it’s like a child’s sandbox dream to see the giant earth movers, smaller bulldozers and dump trucks moving earth and rock on the field next to the FedEx Ground package distribution center near Hagerstown. But to the several dozen...
email@example.comPreliminary estimates for the cost of renovating the former U.S. Army Reserve property in Hagerstown for use as a senior citizens center could cost about half as much as the county’s previous proposal to build a new facility at Hagerstown...
The Washington County Board of Education in September approved $18.3 million in construction contracts for the new Bester Elementary School. According to school system documents and the facilities department, the contractors for the construction of the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAntietam and Conococheague Creeks jumped their banks, houses were damaged by the wind, and trees were knocked down as the storm that once was Hurricane Sandy rumbled through the area. A number of county roads were closed by flooding or downed wires or...
CertainTeed’s siding plant at 10131 Governor Lane Blvd. in Williamsport hosted a customer event Oct. 9 as part of a nationwide roadshow of its products and building science expertise. The Hagerstown Be Certain event attracted 120 attendees from...
The problem: In his Sept. 30 email, Williamsport resident Beau Ouimette supplied The Herald-Mail with several photos showing cracking and deterioration of concrete support columns under eastbound Interstate 70 where it crosses Licking Creek, about seven...
Tags: Highway Transportation
email@example.comMore than four years after Washington County’s government paid $3 million for a large office building in downtown Hagerstown, the structure still is mostly empty and unused. Why that has happened is part plan, part result of Maryland funding...
The following food service establishments were inspected by the Washington County Health Department in May and found to have critical violations that needed to be corrected immediately: Cafe del Sol, 1481 Salem Ave. — * sandwich prep unit...
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