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The NRA is in denial and our country is not safe To the editor: I had to laugh at a recent editorial cartoon in a local newspaper. It was situated right below a “gun apologist’s” letter that suggested “no compromise, no gun...
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has named Dr. Josef Coresh the inaugural recipient of the George W. Comstock Professorship in Epidemiology. The professorship honors the legacy of Dr. George Comstock, a physician and professor...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Health Department is having its second flu vaccination clinic of the season Oct. 26. With flu vaccinations widely available through local pharmacies, including ones at grocery and discount stores, the health department is not having...
email@example.comWho knew whooping cough could influence a career choice? Not in medicine — but as an author. That was the case with romance fiction writer Mariah Stewart, who at the age of 7, spent an entire summer in bed, recuperating from the respiratory...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHedgesville High School senior Victoria Chakwin is looking forward to Saturday night's senior prom and wearing her new black gown with red accents. But preying deeply on her mind is something that none of her classmates could have imagined going through....
Habitat for Humanity hoping to sell donated property To the editor: The deed transfer section of our local newspapers reported that Habitat for Humanity of Franklin County has acquired the property at 458 E. King St. in Chambersburg. While the...
David Toliver "Tolly" West Jr., 92, of Hagerstown, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, at Coffman Nursing Home. Born Nov. 17, 1919, in Anderson, S.C., he was the son of the late David Toliver and Myrtie (Smith) West. He worked at Jamison Door Co. for 37...
email@example.comIt might not be the subject of fundraisers and walk-a-thons. But make no mistake, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Like cancer, AIDS, heart disease and a host of other medical maladies, influenza can be a killer. On average, flu...
Bus drivers and aides employed by a Baltimore schools contractor say that unsafe conditions such as fires and mold spores are endangering lives and unfair wages are threatening their livelihoods. The grievances were aired Thursday at a rally of employees...
Hartford CourantA long-awaited study of almost 225,000 Pratt & Whitney workers from the 1950s to the early 2000s found a slightly higher rate of brain cancer among workers at a former North Haven plant than for the Connecticut population as a whole. But the study,...
Associated PressBEIRUT (AP) — About 30 security agents showed up just after midnight, breaking down the door to an apartment in the town of Daraya near the Syrian capital of Damascus. They grabbed a 24-year-old university student and drove off. That was a year...
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