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email@example.comTom Perry has packed nature, faith and music into his 77 years. Perry and his wife, Linda, are trained to remove an invasive plant along the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal known as garlic mustard, and he volunteers to take church groups and others on guided...
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.comAfter hearing concerns from two people in the county’s building industry about a possible regulation requiring homes to have fire sprinkler systems, the Washington County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday night to opt out of a state requirement...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe light at the end of the tunnel for lease negotiations with the Hagerstown Suns is quickly approaching, according to several city of Hagerstown officials. Mayor Robert E. Bruchey II and the Hagerstown City Council met in executive session for about...
email@example.comA multi-classroom expansion project at the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown should be ready for students to use next month. USMH Executive Director Mark Halsey told about 55 people Wednesday during a Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of...
The Smithsburg Lions Club honored two 2012 graduates with scholarships May 23 at Mountain Gate Restaurant in Waynesboro, Pa. Club President Jeff Weaver introduced the recipients and their families to the audience and presented the scholarships. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNavy Chaplin Washington Johnson of Hagerstown voted early for the first time Friday and said that he understands the importance of voting, having grown up in Birmingham, Ala., a major location of the civil rights movement. “It is an act that I...
email@example.comIn his bid for a second six-year term, U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, D-Md., has three opponents in the Nov. 6 general election. Cardin was elected to the Senate in 2006 and took office in 2007. His Republican opponent is first-time candidate Dan...
It would be hard to find a city more negatively affected by the 2006 implosion of property values, and the ensuing recession, than Hagerstown. Prior, the city had seemingly turned the corner after two decades of decline, with investors lined up for a...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Commissioners are considering asking the local delegation to the Maryland General Assembly for permission to borrow $60 million in bond money to fund the county’s Capital Improvement Plan through 2018. The commissioners might...
The onslaught of ads over gambling expansion has been like no other in a Maryland political year, subjecting residents to rapid-fire television spots for and against Question 7. The barrage began long before ads for other ballot questions this year and...
email@example.comHagerstown resident David Benton started riding a scooter four months ago when his motorcycle broke down. He said he doesn’t have insurance for the scooter, but supports a new Maryland law that will make having it a requirement after Oct. 1....
The Washington County Historical Society presented the Antietam National Battlefield Park with two significant gifts. In the 1950s, purchase of the Dunker Church and gifting of the church and the Burnside Bridge were made possible through the work of...
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