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firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County capital projects are scheduled to receive $23.2 million in the next fiscal year out of a proposed state capital budget of $1.5 billion. Those state figures do not include another $2.1 billion being proposed as part of the capital budget...
The Chambersburg Borough Council is hammering out a 2013 budget plan that anticipates $72 million in operating funds. The council is scheduled to adopt its budget and tax rate at a Dec. 10 meeting. In early drafts, the electric department represents...
Discussion was about hypothetical budget crisis, and there’s no agenda to close Barbara Ingram School for the Arts To the editor: As an educator with past experience in gifted and talented education, I am in favor of creating opportunities for...
Tags: Education, Teaching and Learning, Politics, High Schools, Arts
Name: Jeffrey Coney Date of birth: July 19, 1961 Address: 201 Jackson Ave. Education: Graduate of York (Pa.) High School, 1980; holds industry certifications Occupation: Program manager, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Party affiliation: Republican...
email@example.comSmithsburg resident Melissa Williams is running for a seat on the Washington County Board of Education, a position she said is perhaps a natural progression in her career as an educator. Williams, 62, spent 35 years as a teacher and administrator in...
Schools get financial clean bill of health Washington County Public Schools received a clean opinion from its audit by Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. for the fiscal year that ended June 30, accounting officials told the Board of Education on Tuesday. The...
Editor’s note: The Herald-Mail asked the candidates running for U.S. Senate in the Nov. 6 general election to respond to seven questions. Their responses follow. The candidates were asked to limit each response to 100 words. Their responses are...
The United Way and Community Foundation of Washington County are submitting monthly editorials to keep the Strategic Community Impact Plan (SCIP) process in the forefront of the minds of those in our community and to report on progress that is being...
Tags: Education, Investments, United Way , Finance, Family
The federal budget sequester could reduce Maryland’s wage and salary base by about $2.5 billion and cut more than 12,600 jobs in a state that has more than double the number of federal jobs than the national average, according to a memo by state...
Tags: Politics, National Government, Government
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday morning to transfer $2.1 million in savings from past school capital projects to the Board of Education to use for other capital projects. County Administrator Greg Murray said the...
“I’d like to compliment the town of Williamsport on the hanging baskets and huge arrangements of flowers in the large vases on the sidewalk in downtown Williamsport. It adds so much. It’s really a joy to drive down Conococheague Street....
email@example.comWith money tight in a sluggish economy, Washington County will not chip in funding for the school system’s major maintenance projects, according to county and school system officials. That means the school system will be able to do fewer...
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