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email@example.comTwo Republicans who have been in different roles in Quincy Township, Pa., are running for the township’s board of supervisors this year. Pennsylvania’s primary election is May 21. Robert “Bob” Gunder is seeking his third six-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA proposed rate increase in Martinsburg’s sewer rates due to a major wastewater treatment plant upgrade would push the average monthly bill more than $24 higher in July 2015. An ordinance providing for the sewer rate increase is scheduled to be...
Penn State Extension, Franklin County, is offering a water-testing program during National Drinking Water Week, May 6 to 10. The program encourages private well owners to test their water at group rates. The results of previous testing show that about...
email@example.comPhase II environmental tests of Hagerstown’s previously eyed site for a new downtown stadium revealed concentrations of several contaminants above Maryland Department of the Environment cleanup standards, according to the report released by the city...
Associated PressA watershed-protection group wants the West Virginia Environmental Quality Board to throw out a Potomac River pollution permit that state regulators gave a federal facility in Shepherdstown and instead impose Maryland’s tougher sampling...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool construction will make up the bulk of the $39.6 million Washington County would spend in the 2014 fiscal year under a proposed 10-year capital improvement plan reviewed Tuesday by the Board of County Commissioners. For the 10-year plan the...
email@example.comBoonsboro Mayor Charles F. “Skip” Kauffman Jr. issued an annual report looking back on the year 2012 during a regular Boonsboro Town Council meeting last week. Among the issues that Kauffman touched on Feb. 4 is the town’s debt for...
How it works The Herald-Mail periodically publishes the findings of initial food establishment inspections by the Washington County Health Department. Food service facilities are inspected on a regular basis to make sure they are following the...
Hagerstown resident Julia Brugh gets together with her mother and sisters every year to harvest and can produce. They call themselves the Wildcat Growers Cooperative. Brugh said the idea behind the End of the Garden Pickle is to take anything that is...
Julia Brugh of Hagerstown has can ned with her mother and sister for many years. She said she and her sisters grew up watching their mother can produce from the gardens their dad planted at their homes in West Virginia and, later, in Maryland....
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Join the Clean Hands Coalition and celebrate Clean Hands Week, which began Tuesday and will continue through Monday, Sept. 24. Handwashing is important for food safety, disease prevention and personal health. Keeping hands clean is one of the most...
Julia Brugh of Hagers-town has canned with her mother and sister for many years. "I refer to our endeavors as the Wildcat Growers Cooperative, after a fictional island called Wildcat Island our father used to tell us stories about when he was alive,"...
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