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“A roundabout at HCC is absolutely ridiculous. What is wrong with another entrance to the college, from Yale Drive? The lengthening of that road has already been approved. So what are we waiting for, money? Take the money from the roundabout and the...
“Miss Maryland, don’t let PETA bully you into giving up your fur coat. If they want one, they can buy their own.” — Hagerstown “Today in Mail Call there are nine entries regarding the 17 schools that did not make AYP. Did...
“Summit area speed problem: Tear off the top layer, like you’ve done at Prospect Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and North Potomac, and then treat the situation like the downtown library debacle. Forced and furious.” —...
“I would like to know when someone is going to fix the traffic light on Eastern Boulevard turning left onto Jefferson Boulevard. When the green arrow signal comes on, it only allows about two to three cars to go through the light until it turns...
“I’d like to respond to a person put in here about the city or the county needing a consultant to tell them what to do. They hit it right on the button. We elect these people to make the decisions for the taxpayers. If they can’t make...
U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, R-Md., formally presented the books with the personal histories of nine constituents into the collection of the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project. Robert W. Patrick, director of the project, accepted the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCharles Trite said he attended the Veterans Day ceremony Friday in Smithsburg to honor the memory of his former brother-in-law, Harry Brown. A U.S. Marine, Brown died at Iwo Jima in 1945. "I enjoy coming to these ceremonies," Trite said. "It's something...
The Associated PressEgypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak fired his Cabinet early Saturday and promised reforms in his first response to protesters who have mounted the biggest challenge ever to his 30-year rule. But many protesters were outraged by Mubarak's nationally...
email@example.comOne of the owners of the building that housed the former M.P. Moller Pipe Organ factory in Hagerstown said Thursday that he is working with an insurance adjuster to help the building's tenant get back in business after a fire ripped through a large...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Kevin “Chip” Moller heard the building that once housed his family’s organ business was on fire Thursday afternoon, he flew out the door, said his wife, Carol Moller. “He’s probably just watching history go by,”...
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