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firstname.lastname@example.orgTo start, Del.-elect Neil Parrott is keeping his local legislative office very close by. It will be in the basement office of his home. Del. Andrew A. Serafini has stopped renting space at Williamsport Town Hall for his local office. Instead, his...
email@example.comThere's common ground within Washington County's delegation to the Maryland General Assembly as the 2011 legislative session nears. Seven of the eight delegation members and soon-to-be members named the state budget as their top concern. Sen.-elect...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRepublican Alex X. Mooney poured close to $400,000 into his unsuccessful run for another state Senate term, according to 2010 campaign finance reports reviewed by The Herald-Mail. In his bid for a fourth term, Mooney lost to Democrat Ronald N. Young, but...
email@example.comOn the first day of Christmas, Washington County gave to me, An immigrant who wants to scare me. Yes, with the dawn of 2010, another election year was at our throats, and this one was even better than usual, because with it came the birth of a local Tea...
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Editor’s note: The following is a brief look at some of the major events of 2010, from July through December. The listing does not include all events of significance, but tries to focus on some of the highlights of the year. July 2 — Table...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs the Maryland General Assembly moves closer toward pressing the governor on parole recommendations, two local Republicans are on opposite sides of the debate. The House of Delegates has passed a bill that would force the governor to act within 90...
Community rallied to support grieving family To the editor: The candles in Widmeyer Park flickered as they lit up the faces turned upward toward the Veterans' Memorial. But, instead of remembering our fallen heroes, citizens prayed together for a...
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Pets: more than just property? An attempt to elevate dogs’ legal status was smacked on the nose with a newspaper. In Maryland, pets are considered joint marital property in divorce cases. Judges may rule that a pet, like other disputed property,...
email@example.comIn his unsuccessful attempt to win a third state Senate term, Republican Alex X. Mooney raised more than $200,000 and spent double that, 2010 campaign finance reports show. The Herald-Mail reviewed and compiled information from five required campaign-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRarely are Washington County Democratic Del. John P. Donoghue and county Republican Sen. Christopher B. Shank closely aligned on an issue. It happened Tuesday, when an amendment Donoghue offered on the House floor temporarily halted debate on a same-...
email@example.comClarence and June Scheer don't like the state's new plan for their prescription-drug coverage. Gov. Martin O'Malley is proposing to raise the amounts current and former state workers must pay. The increase would be much sharper for retirees, including...
Washington County? Really? Darn! FirstEnergy’s acquisition of Allegheny Energy means a return to the past. The old name of Potomac Edison is back in Western Maryland. There again will be a regional headquarters in Washington County — at the...
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