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Associated PressFor 17 days, the seamstress lay trapped in a dark basement pocket beneath thousands of tons of wreckage as temperatures outside climbed into the mid-90s F. She rationed food and water. She banged a pipe to attract attention. She was fast losing hope of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe second of three buildings forming Shepherd University’s Center for Contemporary Arts, a “building designed from the inside out,” was dedicated Thursday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the West Campus. “That’s what...
There’s work taking place near the future site of the Washington County Board of Education central offices on Downsville Pike (Md. 632). Is it related to the school board’s recent $5.5 million purchase? Assistant County Administrator Sarah...
The recent sight of heavy construction machinery on farmland once considered for a truck distribution center north of Hagerstown is not a sign that a project is in the works, according to Brad Fulton, president of 2003 Mason Dixon LLC, which purchased the...
email@example.comFrom a hill, it’s like a child’s sandbox dream to see the giant earth movers, smaller bulldozers and dump trucks moving earth and rock on the field next to the FedEx Ground package distribution center near Hagerstown. But to the several dozen...
The Senate Judiciary Committee advanced two pro-gambling bills Thursday, reducing fees on existing casinos and allowing the creation of a sixth casino in the state. One bill would reduce the fee that the four existing racetrack casinos pay to be able to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA bill that would enable Washington County to enter into agreements with technology-related businesses to let them make payments in lieu of personal property taxes was heard Tuesday at a Senate Budget and Taxation Committee hearing. The agreements...
email@example.comA 26-year-old man who was charged Tuesday in a fire that significantly damaged a vacant five-story building at 19-23 W. Antietam Street last Thursday night told a city fire marshal that he was trying to stay warm, started a fire in a bathtub, and was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA fire that swept through the building housing the former Wolfe’s on the Square in Williamsport on Monday had the potential to spread to any building along the town’s historic square at the intersection of Potomac and Conococheague streets,...
“I wonder if somebody can help me. I have a lawyer that hasn’t done a thing for me except take my money. He doesn’t show up when — at a court trial. He doesn’t answer the phone, he never returns my calls. Is there any —...
A violent storm system that spawned deadly tornadoes in the South delivered torrential rain and dangerous winds to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, leaving at least three people dead and tens of thousands without electricity as swollen rivers threatened...
email@example.comNorfolk Southern opened its $97 million rail-truck facility Monday, creating 126 jobs with thousands more expected. The new facility on 200 acres near Exit 3 of Interstate 81 is part of the railroad’s Crescent Corridor, a 2,500-mile network of...
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