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“I want to know why the Marine sergeant who said something about President Obama is being kicked out of the service. He has a right to freedom of speech. It doesn’t matter if he’s talking about the president, or who. Where is the...
email@example.comA public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday night to allow Hagerstown residents to comment on the city’s proposed budget for the 2012-13 fiscal year. The budget hearing will take place along with two other public hearings, starting at 7 p.m., in...
Candidate apologizes for statements made in error To the editor: I would like to formally apologize to Mrs. Cindy Kauffman and her husband, Mayor Skip Kauffman, for incorrectly claiming recently that the mayor had "appointed his wife" to the position of...
Editor’s note: We have received a large number of letters to the editor concerning the proposed multiuse stadium in downtown Hagerstown. To publish as many as we can in a timely fashion, we are dedicating a second Opinion page to letters today....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLess than two weeks after a company that announced plans to start a business incubator in Hagerstown met with city and financial representatives, one of its principles says the makeup of the group has changed and the project has been put on hold. Cascade...
email@example.comHagerstown City Councilman Martin Brubaker issued a written statement Monday urging the rest of the five-member council to support holding a public hearing on the estimated $30 million multiuse sports and events center proposed for downtown Hagerstown....
firstname.lastname@example.orgAlthough several crucial uncertainties remain, Hagerstown City Council members Tuesday seemed receptive to the preliminary timeline developed by city officials for planning and constructing a downtown multiuse sports and events center. City Engineer...
Tags: Baseball, Washington Nationals, Politics, Government, Sports
email@example.comAlthough Hagerstown and Washington County took a big step toward funding construction of a multiuse stadium last week, some Hagerstown City Council members say there are details that must be worked out before the facility can become a reality. And...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe owners of the Hagerstown Suns are talking with officials in Winchester, Va., about building a stadium complex on one of several alternative sites in the southeastern part of the city, Winchester City Council members confirmed Wednesday. “We&...
Tags: Executive Branch, Baseball, Jim Barnett, Hinduism, Politics
email@example.comThe prospect of building a new multiuse sports and events center in downtown Hagerstown took another step forward Tuesday night. In a joint meeting before a large crowd at City Hall, Washington County and city elected officials agreed on a potential...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf attendance for Hagerstown Suns’ games in a new downtown facility are on par with projections, city officials estimate an influx of from 1,100 to 2,000 vehicles arriving for an evening at the ballpark. That shouldn’t pose a problem, City...
Following are the responses to three questions The Herald-Mail posed to candidates for Maryland’s 6th Congressional District seat. The candidates were asked to limit their responses to 75 words. Those responses that exceeded that limit were edited....
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