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An audit for the Washington County Historical Society, which covered a six-year period, ending Dec. 31, 1943, showed a surplus charge of $2,750 for the gift of the Spong farm to the U.S. Park Service. The Spong farm encompassed the area of Antietam Creek...
There is a third way to clean up the Bay watershed To the editor: I’m a Sharpsburg resident and subscriber to The Herald-Mail, and have been reading with interest the coverage on the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Improvement Plan (WIP) Phase II and...
Why do liberals distrust business and love government? Why do conservatives distrust government and love business? Well, neither question is reasonable because neither is true in all cases. However, if you listen to the political rhetoric going around...
email@example.comNearly a month has passed since 11-year-old Khalil Mohamed Atteya, known by his family as Niko, was allegedly snatched from his mother while on a trip to Egypt. The Fayetteville, Pa., family’s nightmare began when Niko, his mother, Kalliopi “...
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Associated PressPennsylvania’s tough new voter identification law was challenged in court Tuesday by 10 registered voters, including some who say they are unable to get the kind of ID now required and one woman who said she had to pay for one despite the law’...
County kicks off campaign for building safety in May To celebrate Building Safety Month, Washington County government is launching an education campaign focusing on the hot topics in building safety, officials said in a news release. County officials...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County is finalizing a deal with a solar power company that could make county government one of the first in the United States to generate all the power it uses on its own property, County Administrator Gregory B. Murray said this week....
email@example.comWashington County resident Ed Distad did not hide his opposition Monday to the existence of Super PACs. “It gives us a distorted impression of who the candidates are,” he said. “I’d rather we not have them.” Distad, 70,...
Thumbs up to Washington County government for taking steps to become one of the first county governments in the United States to generate all the power it uses on its own property. The power would be generated using solar panels at landfills to produce...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOh, to be a fly on the wall up at Camp David a week from now, when all the former leaders of Europe assemble for what will be half world summit, half Auld Lang Syne. All right, not quite that bad, but voters in Greece and France dealt significant blows...
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