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email@example.comThe Boonsboro Town Council passed a sewer rate increase Monday night, but customers actually will see a $9 reduction in utility bills under a budget plan approved by council members. The town had a $1.4 million loan for two water filtration plants, and...
Tags: Debt Market, Loans, Budgets and Budgeting
It’s budget season again for Gov. Tom Corbett, and that means the same thing as last year: His approval rating has plummeted as Pennsylvania’s no-new-taxes chief executive preaches austerity for public schools and social services while...
The following are some of the individuals who were indicted last week by a Berkeley County grand jury during the February term of circuit court. The remaining indictments will run in Monday’s Herald-Mail. Stephen M. Kerrick, 42, incarcerated at...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA forum Monday on senior-citizen-related state legislative issues featured a brief debate about whether and where Washington County should have a senior center. The county plans to build a $5.85 million senior citizen center on the Hagerstown Community...
Bank of Charles Town CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Bank of Charles Town announces the addition of Steve Michael as vice president and market executive in the Commercial Loan Division, covering the Washington/Frederick County, Md., region. Michael is a...
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Capital News ServiceMove over, Los Angeles. Production companies are looking to Baltimore as a backdrop for filming locations, thanks in part to state funding used to lure them to Maryland. And film industry people say Maryland’s economy is reaping the rewards....
email@example.comSome county homeowners 65 and older will see additional property-tax relief under a change approved Tuesday by the Washington County Board of Commissioners. The commissioners voted to change the county’s Senior Citizen Supplemental Homeowners&...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County is again extending a stimulus program for the construction of new homes. The Washington County Board of Commissioners agreed on Tuesday to continue the program for 12 more months past its expiration date of June 30, 2012. Under the...
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email@example.comAlthough Hagerstown and Washington County took a big step toward funding construction of a multiuse stadium last week, some Hagerstown City Council members say there are details that must be worked out before the facility can become a reality. And...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe prospect of building a new multiuse sports and events center in downtown Hagerstown took another step forward Tuesday night. In a joint meeting before a large crowd at City Hall, Washington County and city elected officials agreed on a potential...
Stolen credit card used to buy computer McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. — A Hustontown, Pa., woman told Pennsylvania State Police that someone recently used her credit card to buy a laptop computer. The incident was reported Sunday, when the woman informed...
A public hearing is scheduled for the redesignation of the City of Hagerstown’s Arts & Entertainment District, which makes certain projects within its boundaries eligible for property tax credits and exempt from the admission and amusement tax. The...
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