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firstname.lastname@example.orgAn "odor scrubber" will be installed at Berkeley County Public Service Sewer District's wastewater treatment plant along Scrabble Road as part an ongoing effort to remove a persistent stench. Sewer district General Manager Curtis B. Keller said this week...
A water shutdown for the entire town of Keedysville is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 20, according to the town's website, http://www.keedysvillemd.com. The water shutdown is expected to begin 9 a.m. on Sept. 20 and last all day. "Please plan accordingly...
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email@example.comA vacant storefront. A brick wall. An empty parking lot. A water meter access cover. To "urbanologist" Max Grinnell, each of these spaces, seen during a walking tour of downtown Hagerstown, is an opportunity to bring life and interest to the city's urban...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Board of Commissioners reached a consensus Tuesday to approve a zoning measure that would allow mining on 120.11 acres north of Hagerstown owned by cement company Holcim Inc. The land is north of Holcim’s current limestone...
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority Wednesday approved an $11.1 million loan for improvements to the Waynesboro Borough Authority's wastewater treatment plant, according to a news release from state Sen. Richard Alloway II, R-Franklin/...
Part of one lane on North Locust Street between East Franklin Street and East Avenue was blocked off Friday morning while a water line is replaced, a worker for the City of Hagerstown Water Department said. The street remains open for traffic. Snyder's...
email@example.comMartinsburg City Recorder Gena Long did not need to turn the lights on last week when she walked into the J. Oakley Seibert Council Chambers at City Hall. A sensor in the dark, windowless room detected her entry, which triggered a single line of ceiling...
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Special to The Herald-MailDon't be fooled by the kid-friendly PG rating attached to "Rango." Don't be fooled by the kid-friendly Nickelodeon Studios logo attached to the film. Don't be fooled by the ads that paint "Rango" as a kid-friendly animated film with a cute chameleon lead....
firstname.lastname@example.orgNew Chesapeake Bay Commission board member G. Warren Elliott sought to reassure Franklin County, Pa., leaders last week that the commission is seeking "reasonableness" with new requirements for nutrients. Municipalities are affected by nutrient...
email@example.comA Washington County pilot study of a wastewater treatment additive called BioMag has confirmed the magnetic mineral could save the county millions of dollars and inspired other jurisdictions to consider it as well, a county official reported Tuesday. The...
The Environmental Protection Agency has emerged as a major boogeyman of some West Virginia lawmakers this session, and not just because of coal. Supporters of the state’s mining industry have repeatedly denounced the Obama administration’s...
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