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What is the truth about the economy? Have we hit a "bump in the road" or are we about to "fall off a cliff?" We certainly hear a lot of trite catch phrases about it, but this issue is far too critical to rely on platitudes. Economic news in recent...
Tags: Human Interest, George W. Bush, Elections, Government, Business
Jun 5, 2011 |Story| Herald Mail“Hagerstown caller: I think the phrase you actually want concerning ‘The Manchurian Candidate’ and those supposed Republican senators constantly screaming about communism, whom I’ve never heard ... is ‘life imitating art.&...
Tags: Health, Connecticut, Disasters, Credit and Debt, Human InterestMay 26, 2011 |Story| Herald Mailmatthew.firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Berkeley County Council Thursday agreed to accept the donation of an old brick-making plant site on 78 acres near Hedgesville, W.Va., for recreational use. Council members voted 4-0 to authorize Council President William L. "Bill" Stubblefield to...May 27, 2011 |Story| Herald MailLeave Medicare and Social Security alone To the editor: I wonder how many senior citizens, soon-to-be senior citizens or middle-aged citizens thought that when they voted in the last election, they were voting to destroy Medicare. Medicare is a very...Jun 2, 2011 |Story| AP Member Choice CompleteJun 2, 2011 |Story| Herald MailThe new year opened with a major feature story (The Washington Post, Jan. 4, “Longtime Tug of War On Mine Safety”) that brought back memories of history lessons about the “Progressive Era.” The story was a reminder that some things...Jan 29, 2011 |Story| Herald MailAssociated PressWith protests raging, Egypt's president named his intelligence chief as his first-ever vice president on Saturday, setting the stage for a successor as chaos engulfed the capital. Soldiers stood by — a few even joining the demonstrators —...Jan 29, 2011 |Story| Herald MailGreg Long, who grew up in Keedysville and graduated from Boonsboro High School in 1977, has been named chief operating officer of Doctors Hospital — Nelsonville. He is the son of Rosalie Long and the late John Long Jr. Long most recently served as...
Tags: Health, Politics, Elections, Government, OhioJan 27, 2011 |Story| Herald MailExcise tax takes the burden off of the rest of us To the editor: I am wondering why the new Washington County Commissioners are in such a hurry to reduce the excise tax on new construction. They all campaigned about working for the taxpayers and...Jan 26, 2011 |Story| Herald Mailroxann.email@example.comAs a busy mother of three children under the age of 4, Alice Chamberlin was thrilled when a walk-in clinic opened in Greencastle. "It's so convenient. You don't have to make an appointment, and the longest I've had to wait was 10-15 minutes before...
Tags: Health, Politics, Elections, Strep Throat, GovernmentJan 26, 2011 |Story| Herald MailFar from slowing, the government's deficit spending will surge to a record $1.5 trillion flood of red ink this year, congressional budget experts estimated Wednesday, blaming the slow economic recovery and last month's tax-cut law. The report was...Original site for Heads of State topic gallery.
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