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email@example.comWith Col. Cheri A. Provancha’s days as commander of Letterkenny Army Depot drawing to a close, U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey stopped by the Chambersburg base on Wednesday to formally recognize the commander. “I feel strongly about the work that you&...
Time to slash government waste To the editor: Our Government Services Administration is bankrupting our country. Nothing new, I guess. We are getting used to our wasteful federal government. Parties in Las Vegas, $270,000 spent on a one-day event in...
Tags: Government, Politics
The 2012 general election campaign officially begins late next month with the opening of the Republican National Convention, followed a week later by the Democratic Convention. The parties’ presumed presidential nominees, Barack Obama and Mitt...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe redevelopment of Fort Ritchie appears to be back to square one with the transfer of the former military base from Corporate Office Properties Trust back to PenMar Development Corp. “I would describe it as a new start,” said Dan Pheil, the...
At a special meeting called by Stephen Harris, Acting Chair of the Franklin County Democratic Committee, committee members accepted the resignation letter of County Chair Paul Politis, according to an email from the Franklin County Democratic Committee...
email@example.comBirthdays have come and gone. Holidays and family celebrations have continued, but nothing will be the same until a missing Fayetteville boy is returned to his family. It’s been almost a year since 11-year-old Khalil Mohamed “Niko”...
Tags: Lawyers, Justice System, Egypt, Government, Family
I wrote a column last year about Memorial Day and what that day means to Americans. But recently I received a new perspective about the day, as well as memorials in general. A new good friend, Al Salter, a local historian and World War II veteran,...
Tags: Government, Radio, Washington, DC, Memorial Day, Human Interest
Associated PressGovernments around the world expelled Syrian ambassadors and diplomats Tuesday, an unusual, coordinated blow to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime following a gruesome massacre that the United Nations said involved close-range shootings of...
Tags: Muammar Gaddafi, Kofi Annan, France, United Kingdom, Massacres
The people of Greece and France had the opportunity to make some momentous decisions in their recent elections. The choice was clear. The citizens of these two nations could either vote for lower wages and reduced benefits from the government or they...
Tags: France, Voting, Judd Gregg, NATO, Government
firstname.lastname@example.orgMichael V. Johansen, an Annapolis lobbyist who represents a Washington County coalition, recapped the 2012 Maryland General Assembly session Wednesday, going from zero to 90 days in about an hour. He quipped that his talk at a Hagerstown-Washington...
Maynard is to be applauded for his efforts To the editor: Once more, Secretary Gary Maynard of the Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services is to be applauded for his innovative projects of having incarcerated American citizens (iAc) help...
The year 1862 turned out to be a big year for Washington County and the United States. On Sept. 17, 1862 — 150 years ago — two armies collided outside the sleepy little town of Sharpsburg along the banks of Antietam Creek. That day would...
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