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firstname.lastname@example.orgFranklin County, Pa., residents concerned about the potential sale of the county-owned nursing home shared their questions and thoughts with the county commissioners Tuesday evening. The Franklin County Commissioners held a special evening public session...
email@example.comBuyers are being sought for the Franklin County-owned Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. A consultant for the Franklin County Commissioners has identified about 10 private companies that could be interested in acquiring the nursing home,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilliam “Bill” Byers was a beloved teacher in Washington County. He taught 42 years for the county school system, the last 29 as a driver’s education teacher at Williamsport High School, where he taught countless teenagers to drive....
email@example.comIf one were to peer into the late H. Margaret Moore’s life without knowing her, it wouldn’t take long to realize she was a woman with artistic passion. For 25 years, she taught music and art in Washington County Public Schools and traveled to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUnlike many Americans, Ruby Harley didn’t lose work during the recession. In fact, the Inwood, W.Va., woman gained work — holding two jobs at the same time before the recession, three jobs simultaneously during the recession and two jobs now....
email@example.comThe Antrim Township Board of Supervisors made it clear it is not in favor of a variance that would allow a personal-care facility to be located in an agricultural residential zone. At Tuesday’s meeting, Sylvia House, township zoning officer,...
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Associated PressFormer Pennsylvania Gov. George M. Leader, who rose from humble roots on a chicken farm to become governor in 1955, died Thursday after a brief illness. He was 95. Two grandchildren were with Leader when he died at 5 a.m. at his home at Country Meadows...
Know your rights: Nursing Home Quality Reform Act created a Bill of Rights for those in long-term firstname.lastname@example.orgFor most people, home means familiar faces, rooms filled with years of memories and a measure of control over one's life. But for many older adults, home is confined to four walls in an institutional setting, where you learn to navigate a wheelchair...
“I had to laugh at the April 15 closing of the post office. You know, you had 3 1/2 months to file your taxes. The post office is open. So that was your fault. People do want to go home, at the post office. So next time, file earlier, like in March....
Associated PressRescuers searched the smoking remnants of a Texas farm town Thursday for survivors of a thunderous fertilizer plant explosion, gingerly checking smashed houses and apartments for anyone still trapped in debris or bodies of the dead. The accident killed as...
email@example.com“The Baltimore Orioles had their first game without their biggest fan,” daughter Andrea Lescalleet of Hagerstown said of her mother, Rejeanne Moyer. “She liked all sports, but baseball she loved the best,” said son Stephen...
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International Association of Administrative Professionals The International Association of Administrative Professionals, or IAAP, recently announced that Donnell Householder of Cumberland, Md., earned certified administrative professional certification....
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