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firstname.lastname@example.orgThree buildings on two sites were dedicated as one museum Saturday, honoring the historical and cultural legacy of South Mountain State Park. South Mountain Recreation Area Superintendent Dan Spedden said Washington Monument and Gathland state parks...
The Hagerstown City Council has given preliminary approval to amending the city’s police and fire employees’ retirement plan to make it available to same-sex couples connected to the two departments. City staff formulated the amendment to...
email@example.comWashington County state lawmakers gathered Thursday night at a public forum to discuss the recently concluded session of the Maryland General Assembly and answer questions from the public. About 60 people showed up Thursday evening at the Hagerstown...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County lawmakers are hosting a public forum Thursday evening to discuss the 2013 legislative session of the Maryland General Assembly and answer queries from residents. The post-legislative forum, which is being held at Hagerstown Community...
Students from St. Mary Catholic School in Hagerstown traveled to Annapolis recently to visit the offices of the Washington County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly. It was a learning experience and a day very well spent for the students....
• The following measures have been passed by the Maryland General Assembly and await Gov. Martin O’Malley’s signature: DEATH PENALTY REPEAL The measure will make Maryland the 18th state to ban capital punishment. GAS TAX Maryland will...
Associated PressThe Maryland House of Delegates voted Friday to raise taxes on gasoline sales for the first time in more than two decades. The Housed voted 76-63 to levy a sales tax on gasoline that would amount to about 4 cents a gallon starting this July, another 8...
Associated PressMaryland lawmakers on two panels voted Friday night to advance a gun-control measure that is a top priority of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s legislative agenda, making some changes but leaving intact the most significant provisions. Members of the...
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The Maryland House of Delegates passed a measure Thursday to strengthen laws against distracted driving. The House voted 106-29 to make talking on a handheld cellphone while driving a primary offense. That means a police officer could pull a driver over...
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email@example.comAn operation by Maryland State Police near Sharpsburg last year prompted two Washington County legislators to introduce a bill during the current session of the Maryland General Assembly requiring the chief of the primary law enforcement agency in a...
Associated PressThe Maryland House of Delegates advanced a transportation funding measure on Wednesday night that supporters say is badly needed, but opponents contend will be a terrible burden on Maryland drivers. A final vote to send the bill to the Senate is expected...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Washington County delegation bill that would allow a county board of education to begin fall high school sports practice season two weeks earlier than the date set by the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association remains stalled in the...
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