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email@example.comMary Ellen Younkins has operated the Brownsville Post Office out of the first floor of her Boteler Road home since 1979. That will change on Tuesday. U.S. Postal Service officials recently announced that they plan to reduce the village’s...
Parents who dole out cash to their kids every time they're asked may find themselves doing so for a long, long time. Consider using an allowance to help kids learn how to manage money. The allowance can help kids develop the skills to become financially...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHome prices have been increasing in Washington County most of this year, the first such sustained burst since before the recession, as the supply of properties for sale shrinks. The median prices of homes sold here from January through June rose to an...
Winchester Medical Center WINCHESTER, Va. — Hagerstown native Dr. Kenneth Saum joined the Winchester Medical Center medical staff as the medical director of thoracic surgery. A graduate of the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth...
Summit Health CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Pulmonary Associates, in the North Park Professional Building at 601 Norland Ave., Suite 100, in Chambersburg, joined Summit Health’s network of physician practices, effective Aug. 1. The practice will be...
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John R. "Jack" Hershey Jr., who had an active role in the area's business, civic and philanthropic life, died Wednesday, June 27, 2012, at Meritus Medical Center, surrounded by members of his family. Born July 9, 1925, Jack was the son of J. Raymond...
The Democrat looking to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito in the general election challenged her Friday to release details of her mortgages on properties in Charleston, Lexington, Va., and Washington, D.C. Howard Swint’s challenge...
email@example.comThe Maryland Mortgage Program, an initiative through the state’s Department of Housing and Community Development, has made $30 million available for reduced-interest rate home loans in targeted areas around Maryland, including parts of Hagerstown....
Hagerstown Police Department Officer Thomas Cox was selected as the Hagerstown Police Department’s officer of the month for April Cox was nominated by several of his supervisors for his alert, proactive policing and his quick, decisive reaction to...
Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce welcomed seven new members in April, bringing its total membership to 905: • 5Linx, 1015 Belair Drive, Chambersburg • Arace...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe financial services company approved for a potential county incentive payment last year “probably will not be coming to Washington County,” County Administrator Gregory B. Murray said Tuesday. Murray also elaborated on the incentive...
email@example.comHomeowners struggling with their mortgages can learn about help that is available at a “Project: Save Our Homes” workshop today in Martinsburg. Residents should bring all of their home mortgage-related documents to today’s workshop,...
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