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“I had to laugh at the April 15 closing of the post office. You know, you had 3 1/2 months to file your taxes. The post office is open. So that was your fault. People do want to go home, at the post office. So next time, file earlier, like in March....
Freedom Valley Chorus of Chambersburg will compete Saturday at the Atlantic Bay-Mountain Region 19 Sweet Adelines International annual convention/competition at the Ocean City Convention Center in Ocean City, Md. Champions will advance to the...
Tags: Ocean City, Human Interest
Some questions to ask BOE employees To the editor: There are some questions The Herald-Mail should ask the Board of Education employees. 1. How many employees need to move? 2. How many will carpool or drive to work? 3. How many will shop “...
The Upper Chesapeake Chorus, comprised of women mainly from Harford and Cecil counties, on Saturday, April 20, won the Region 19 competition of Sweet Adelines International, held in Ocean City. Led by director Rick Taylor, 42 local women won the...
Tags: Ocean City
Companies supplying components for the nuclear power industry are located throughout the United States, including a number in Maryland. These manufacturing firms have developed businesses providing components and equipment required for the maintenance and...
BEIJING -- China’s largest state-owned bank has closed the account of a North Korean bank accused of funding the North's weapons programs in an apparent sign of Beijing’s growing frustration with its ally. The Bank of China announced Tuesday...
Dozens of climbers are getting ready to scale the trees at Wheaton's Cantigny Park, but their mission is not child's play. The statewide Illinois Tree Climbing Championship on Saturday will feature professional arborists and tree-trimmers, replicating...
READER SUBMITTED: Windsor Students To Represent Connecticut At International "Future Problem Solving" CompetitionWindsorWindsor High School's Community Problem Solving Team will represent Connecticut at the Future Problem Solving Program International, Inc. (FPSPI) for the second consecutive year. The prestigious competition will be held on June 6-9 at Indiana University...
Tags: Schools, Indiana University, Teachers, Education, High Schools
Jesse Blecher, Brianna D'Apuzzo and Sean Fiumara take action against bullying and drug abuse and assist students who need help or are down. The three tutor, mentor and other good deeds. Jesse, 10, tries to prevent bullying at New Horizons Elementary...
Few situations are more stressful than law school final exams, and 'tis the season. But frazzled test-takers at the University of Baltimore School of Law will enjoy a stress-free zone full of soft fluffy dog love and puppy kisses tomorrow thanks to an...
Gov. Bob McDonnell, who is on an economic development mission in China, said Friday that a number of memorandums of understanding have been signed during his trip that could lead to major economic announcements in coming weeks and months. "I'm certain...
BOYNE CITY -- Garrett Fogo of Boyne City High School has earned the opportunity to compete in DECA's International Career Development Conference taking place April 23-28 in Anaheim, Calif. Garrett was one of more than 2,500 students from high schools and...
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