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Former U.S. Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill once declared that “all politics is local,” and voters across Pennsylvania will be making choices in that vein as they head to the polls Tuesday. Tuesday’s primary election will...
email@example.comFranklin County (Pa.) Commissioner Robert L. Thomas, who has been a commissioner since 1995, announced Friday that he will be able to continue serving in the post even as he undergoes treatment for the blood and bone marrow disease myelodysplastic...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo of the three candidates for Chambersburg mayor will square off in Tuesday’s primary election. Incumbent Pete Lagiovane faces a challenge in the Democratic primary from Eugene Rideout. The winner would face the only Republican in the race,...
email@example.comCongregation B’nai Abraham was founded more than a century ago, and over the years since there has been a rich history of Jewish life in Washington County that has been marked by Jews winning political freedom, the congregation moving through a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Morgan County Board of Education will learn through a special election on May 11 whether it will continue to receive excess or special levy funding to help supplement the county schools. The special levy began 55 years ago and has been approved by...
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Elected representatives should lead by example To the editor: Franklin County Commissioners Bob Ziobrowski, Bob Thomas and David Keller, along with state Reps. Rob Kauffman and Todd Rock, and state Sen. Richard Alloway recently voiced their support...
email@example.comCandidates’ signs are popping up around Jefferson County as four of its five municipalities are getting ready for their biennial elections in May and June to reseat or replace mayors and council members, according to city hall records. The four town...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgTop Democrats from the state will converge in Hagerstown on Saturday for an annual summit of Western Maryland Democrats. And although Western Maryland hasn’t been a Democrat stronghold in recent years, party leaders said they were buoyed by...
email@example.comFew contested races are anticipated in Franklin County, Pa., for the May 21 municipal primary election. Voters will be choosing nominees for judge positions, school boards, boards of township supervisors and borough councils. However, they do not have...
A bill sponsored by state Sen. Richard Alloway II, R-Franklin/Adams/York, is under consideration by the Pennsylvania Senate after clearing a committee last week. The Pennsylvania Senate’s local government committee approved Senate Bill 744,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Hagerstown Suns took the field for their minor league baseball home opener Thursday, an unseasonably warm spring night, sporting new red, white and blue uniforms mirroring their parent team, the Washington Nationals. Mayor David S. Gysberts...
email@example.comElection requirements, how to break an election tie and firing a council member were among the issues raised this week as the Hancock Town Council discussed possible changes to the town charter. One election requirement, that council members running for...
Tags: Elections, Local Government, Politics
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