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email@example.comRecommending two escape routes from every part of a home and reminding people to have smoke detectors in their homes were among the fire safety tips firefighters were promoting Sunday at the Clear Spring Volunteer Fire Company's fall open house. “...
The Bodyworks Massage Center Susan Lundquist, nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork, and a Maryland-licensed massage therapist, recently joined the team of massage professionals at The Bodyworks Massage Center at 1305 Pennsylvania...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Frederick County District Court judge sitting in Washington County on Wednesday set bond at $50,000 for a man who is charged with starting a fire that gutted a house Friday night near Antietam National Battlefield. Citing a concern for public safety,...
email@example.comA judge has ruled that Berkeley County Sheriff Kenneth Lemaster did not violate a deputy’s privacy when he forced him to undergo a drug screening last year because the officer’s duties involve public safety and providing for the safety of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown Rescue Mission has on occasion accepted people convicted of violent crimes in other jurisdictions, a move that has prompted local officials to question and criticize the practice. Hagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith said last week that the...
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email@example.comThe hiring of two employees Thursday by Berkeley County Council addressed federal labor law concerns that their prior role with the county as independent contractors was not clear, according to county officials. The council voted 4-1 to hire Adam Rouse...
Special to The Herald-Mail"Funny by accident." That's a phrase you'll see if you read enough reviews of bad comedies. As in, "With this much talent in the cast, you'd think that someone would be funny by accident." You always hear it as a hypothetical, don't you? You don't read...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County is considering an ordinance requiring consistent addresses and clear road names, helping crews responding to 911 emergencies. Planning Director Stephen T. Goodrich told the Washington County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday that the...
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The Boonsboro Mayor and Council and the Police and Public Safety Commission will sponsor National Night Out in Shafer Park Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. The annual event promotes community awareness and public safety with demonstrations by local police, fire...
The Community Grace Church, at 17 N. Washington St. in Greencastle, has opened as a cooling shelter. The shelter is being supported by Franklin County Department of Emergency Services. It will have cots, water and refreshments. The Franklin County...
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.comA $625,000 federal grant will allow the Hagerstown Police Department to hire five new police officers and give veterans a chance to continue working in public service, U.S. Sens. Barbara A. Mikulski and Ben Cardin announced Monday. The Community Oriented...
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