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firstname.lastname@example.orgOne thing Ed Grimes hates about his current work schedule is trying to explain it to others. “It’s confusing,” he said. Since being laid off in 2009 after nearly four decades at Hagerstown’s Noland Company, the 61-year-old...
email@example.comBelieving in his employees to the very end, Lynn Bowers used to encourage them, saying their small Hagerstown company could compete like “a Davy in an industry of Goliaths.” But last year, after struggling through the worst economy many of...
Many of the best books and articles we read are those recommended by others. One such article was the amazing account of the Koch family, whose wealth is approaching that of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. Because of their increasing support for very...
Associated PressWest Virginia will expand Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul through a plan announced Thursday by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, which would extend coverage to an estimated 91,500 uninsured low-income residents. The decision follows a financial...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith health care costs on the rise, Washington County employees will be paying about 10 percent more on average for their share, starting July 1, county officials said Tuesday. The county Board of Commissioners unanimously approved proposed health...
email@example.comLabor leaders from across the state gathered in Hagerstown on Monday to remember workers who have been killed or injured on the job. The annual event, known as Workers Memorial Day, was attended by about 40 people at the Central Maryland AFL-CIO Labor...
Battlefield superintendent thanks volunteers To the editor: On Saturday, April 6, Antietam National Battlefield participated in both the Civil War Preservation Trust’s Park Day and the Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Potomac Watershed Cleanup....
With flight delays mounting, the Senate approved hurry-up legislation Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large numbers of travelers. A House vote on the measure was expected as early as Friday, with...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKatherine Marsh drove from Frederick for a job fair at The Arc of Washington County in Hagerstown on Thursday. “I am leaving a family-owned business because of budget cuts,” she said. “I have become active in the mental health aspect,...
Alliance of Small Businesses March 11 — Alliance of Small Businesses’ networking event. Mike Cumberland of Keller Stonebraker Insurance will discuss the options brought about by the Maryland Healthcare Connector — the state exchange...
email@example.comMark Minter, who retired from the military on Friday, was at University System of Maryland at Hagerstown on Thursday looking for one of the certifications offered by University of Maryland University College. “I want to get a job in the health care...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPeter James Banos spends every day counting his blessings. He feels blessed to have a place to sleep. Not too many years ago, he was a licensed contractor who built houses. Now, he lives in a shelter. He feels blessed for the coat on his back. It...
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