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PennDOT announces road projects this week CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Franklin County office of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announces the following work schedule through Friday: - Pipe replacement on Harbaugh Church Road in...
email@example.comSeveral area businesses are trying to secure a $250,000 small business grant using social media. The grant program sponsored by Chase Bank USA and Living Social Inc. supports small businesses across the country, according to the program website. The...
Q: My small business has a website and I would also like to participate in social media. Does SCORE offer any educational assistance here in our area? A: You are in luck. The July SCORE Business Roundtable, titled “Using Social Media for Business...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAbdul Latif wasn’t shy when he gave his nine-minute, notes-free valedictory speech at Smithsburg High School’s Class of 2012 commencement, nor did he refrain from sharing his opinions with school system officials during his year as student...
Tags: Voting, Politics, Education, Social Media, Schools
email@example.comLongtime plans for a 1,000-foot stretch of new road extending Fairfax Boulevard from 12th Street to the Fairfax Crossing housing development became a reality Tuesday when city officials learned they’re getting $5 million to build it. The federal...
Special to The Herald-MailEvery little girl's dream is to be a princess — and for Sara Farmer, she's living that dream. Sara, 14, was crowned Miss Western Maryland Outstanding Teen in February at The Maryland Theatre. With a shiny tiara and a sash, Sara could practically...
There is a third way to clean up the Bay watershed To the editor: I’m a Sharpsburg resident and subscriber to The Herald-Mail, and have been reading with interest the coverage on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Improvement Plan (WIP) Phase II and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLayoffs at the Unilever ice-cream plant in Hagerstown were scheduled to have started this week, as the plant prepares to close in August 2013, eliminating more than 400 jobs, according to a company letter distributed in September. However, even though...
email@example.comYouths and adults upset about Chambersburg’s head basketball coach being ousted from his job last week have formed a new team — Team Shreffler. On Thursday, they donned blue and green shirts proclaiming “#TeamShreff” during a...
Tags: High School Sports, Sports, Basketball
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo area radio stations are back in the hands of local owners after being purchased at an auction last week, Manning Broadcasting President Gene Manning confirmed Tuesday. Manning Broadcasting was the successful bidder for three stations, including two...
email@example.comMelinda Malott is juggling another busy day. She dispenses hugs and kisses as her children head off to school, makes her weekly grocery list, pays the bills, buys gifts for upcoming birthday parties and baby showers and organizes a fundraiser to send her...
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