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email@example.comHagerstown officials plan to sign a nonbinding agreement Friday morning to allow a real estate investment group to act as the “agent” of the city and get its master downtown redevelopment plan in motion. “I think it’s the first...
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Public officials need to engage with public To the editor: I consider myself to be a vigilant observer and passionate advocate of local government in Washington County. Information is an absolute necessity in our digital era. But an overwhelming...
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Arts aren’t the answer to ills of this world To the editor: I heard a local activities director on the news last week say that “the arts are the making of a community.” No offense to anyone, but I beg to differ with him. And in thus...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Washington County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday night to enter into a purchase agreement to explore buying the former Allegheny Energy headquarters off Downsville Pike for its administrative offices. The agreement, however, does not...
email@example.comCity officials said Wednesday that they will look into providing a package of incentives for a potential pitch to the Washington County Board of Education to entice the relocation of the schools’ administrative offices to downtown Hagerstown. As...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA portion of West Antietam Street in downtown Hagerstown will remain closed at least through the end of this week as demolition work continues on a building that burned in an overnight fire last week, a city official said Monday. West Antietam Street...
email@example.comA 26-year-old man who was charged Tuesday in a fire that significantly damaged a vacant five-story building at 19-23 W. Antietam Street last Thursday night told a city fire marshal that he was trying to stay warm, started a fire in a bathtub, and was...
“Just see where all these oversized loads are using Route 40 West, are putting large potholes in the concrete bridge on Route 40. The bridge is already deteriorated. This should be fixed immediately.” — Clear Spring “I never did...
Europe has shown us our future To the editor: The presidential election and the hoopla of winning has deteriorated into the expectation of payback. Leaders in Detroit want their share of the spoils (federal funds). This was made clear by a city...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGeoff Bricker said one of the reasons he came to Potomac Walk on Wednesday night to meet newly elected U.S. Rep. John Delaney was so he could ask the Democrat why he left the private sector. “He was making millions of millions of dollars,”...
email@example.comIn light of speculation that City of Hagerstown officials might be abandoning a proposal to build a downtown stadium, numerous concerned business owners and supporters of a downtown revitalization project urged the Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday not...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA former Hagerstown City Councilman and one re-elected in November have differing viewpoints about how the city handled information about an anonymous eight-figure donation that would have helped make a downtown stadium project possible. Councilman...
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