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Closure of Frederick Mail Processing Facility 'utter disaster,' according to director of union email@example.comThe Christmas decorations were beginning to come down, the gifts long unwrapped and Thanksgiving dinner a distant memory when mail carrier Mike Shoop put Kohl’s department store’s Black Friday ads in the mailboxes on his route. “Dec. 28...
Revenue shortfall looms The town of Williamsport probably will face a $161,000 revenue shortage this year, Mayor James G. McCleaf II said during a Williamsport Town Council meeting Monday night. The shortage, which is mainly tied to property assessments...
Democratic candidates National economy: What, if anything, should the federal government do to strengthen the national economy and create jobs? Raymond Levi Blagmon — Work with other countries to increase trade of both American goods and...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA FirstEnergy spokesman is assuring government officials that the electric company will not “walk away” from the R. Paul Smith Power Station in Williamsport once the facility closes late this summer. Mark Durbin also said the power station...
email@example.comU.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin promised Friday to fight to preserve Social Security and Medicare. At a senior citizen forum in Hagerstown, Cardin, D-Md., denounced efforts in Washington, D.C., to cut the entitlement programs for senior citizens. Cardin...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCandidates vying for the seat held by Maryland U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin pounded the federal government Thursday night for its perceived “fiefdoms” and proclaimed the need to put someone in Congress with some “backbone.” The...
email@example.comLeon Brumback, a longtime educator in Washington County Public Schools who blazed new trails as a black student, was remembered during a ceremony Sunday as one who was the “wind under the wings” of countless students in the county. Brumback...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new $320,000 RV-like mobile dental unit is helping Walnut Street Community Health Center in downtown Hagerstown expand its dental-care services to more children in the community, health center Executive Director Kim Murdaugh said Monday. U.S. Sen....
Capital News ServiceEight of the 10 members of Maryland's congressional delegation voted Friday to reject a bipartisan compromise on extending the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits, with leading Democratic members criticizing the legislation's cuts to federal...
email@example.comMaugansville residents Ron and Diana Meihls didn’t take long to spring into action after they heard that American troops serving in parts of Afghanistan would go without a Christmas meal this year. Diana Meihls said they received the news around...
Small business program boosts research, new technology To the editor: The legislative compromise on a short-term payroll tax extension dominated headlines in late December, but few journalists heralded a provision that was included in the bill that...
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