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Walnut Street Community Health Center Rhonda G. McMillian and Anthony D. Dicello recently were hired by the Walnut Street Community Health Center. McMillian is serving as a psychiatrist in the integrated mental health program. Her expertise covers a...
email@example.comThe reigning queens of Maryland Class 1A volleyball are taking aim at a lot of history in 2012. Smithsburg — which enters this season as the three-time defending state champion — can become the seventh team in state history to win four...
Country can’t survive four more years of Obama To the editor: Allan Powell’s column (July 5) consisted of his expected attack on Mitt Romney. I was surprised that he had so much trouble in coming up with anything negative. Other than a...
Jack Hershey said it all with a smile To the editor: Over the last few weeks, I have thought about and discussed with others the loss of John R. Hershey Jr. As so many have expressed, Jack was a terrific husband, father and grandfather, a wonderful...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn Army National Guardsman who was carrying a training rifle and wearing military desert camouflage and a ballistic vest was arrested Monday morning after he was spotted running near two Martinsburg schools, police and military officials said. Monday was...
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AARP is offering its driver safety course to those who are employed or retired from the education field. The course this month and in August will be offered at a reduced cost of $5. The offer is for teachers, professors, principals, guidance counselors,...
email@example.comThe Washington County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to give Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox authority to continue negotiating and to finalize an agreement for Meritus Medical Center Inc. to provide health services in schools...
The West Virginia Department of Education is reminding parents that students entering seventh and 12th grades this fall will need to visit a doctor or health clinic before school begins to update their immunizations. State law and West Virginia Board...
University of Colorado officials were looking Sunday into whether James Holmes used his position in a graduate program to collect hazardous materials, but school officials weren’t saying whether they knew the suspect in a movie theater massacre...
Associated Press WritersThe NCAA crippled Penn State football for years to come and practically tore Joe Paterno’s name out of the record books Monday, erasing 14 years of victories and imposing an unprecedented $60 million fine and other punishment over the child sexual...
Associated PressPenn State faced the threat of a four-year ban on playing football before the NCAA imposed sanctions this week over the school’s handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, a university spokesman said Wednesday. David La Torre said...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSchool is all about new things: Students move up a grade at the start of the year and learn more math, science and history while reading and analyzing more sophisticated literature. This school year will be filled with other changes, some of which...
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