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firstname.lastname@example.orgBerkeley County’s longest serving elected office holder was honored for 56 years of dedicated public service on Thursday. More than 100 people, including elected officials as well as community and business leaders, gathered to recognize John W....
email@example.comThe Berkeley County Public Service Water District, which said it buys more water from the City of Martinsburg than any other single customer, will not formally protest the city’s proposed water rate increase. Paul S. Fisher, the county utility&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe portion of Community Development Block Grant funding available for public service programs in Hagerstown will be 23 percent less in fiscal 2014, according to figures reviewed recently by the Hagerstown City Council. An estimated $105,000 is...
email@example.comA public utility law judge on Monday is expected to set the procedural schedule for the Maryland Public Service Commission’s investigation into complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some Western Maryland electric customers by failing to read...
The Herald-Mail on Friday received 20 awards, including one Best In Show distinction, from the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association. The newspaper’s awards included six first-place and 14 second-place honors in its division. The Herald-Mail...
Tags: Politics, Battle of Antietam, Government
Business and food safety experts from across the state will teach two one-day workshops to help entrepreneurs learn food business best practices. Topics include everything from product and process approval, required certifications and food business...
Tags: Politics, State Parks, Government, Food Industry
firstname.lastname@example.orgA proposed rate increase in Martinsburg’s sewer rates due to a major wastewater treatment plant upgrade would push the average monthly bill more than $24 higher in July 2015. An ordinance providing for the sewer rate increase is scheduled to be...
Tags: Water Supply, Energy Saving, Politics, Water, Herb Snyder
email@example.comThe Maryland Public Service Commission in Baltimore is launching an investigation into complaints that Potomac Edison overbilled some Western Maryland electricity customers by failing to read their meters as often as required. The agency opened a case...
The House Government Organization Committee passed a bill to require at least one rate-paying residential customer be part of a public utility board’s membership, according to an audio webcast streamed live Tuesday on the West Virginia Legislature&...
Associated PressAfter years of debate, the Maryland House of Delegates voted 108-28 on Monday for a measure that would put the state on a path toward developing a medical marijuana program in the next few years. The measure, which now goes to the Senate, would create...
A measure to allow medical marijuana in Maryland moved forward in the House of Delegates on Saturday. The House gave the bill preliminary approval with little discussion, though it still needs a final vote in the chamber. The legislation would create a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDonations, including a $240,000 pledge from Chambersburg Hospital, are allowing the Chambersburg Emergency Services Department to expand its fleet of ambulances. The borough will be buying a third ambulance, with plans that two of those ambulances will...
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