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email@example.comA Chambersburg Borough Council decision Monday night will keep property taxes steady for the sixth straight year, but it has some officials wondering at what cost. By a 7-3 vote, the council adopted its proposed 2012 budget during a special meeting...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMaryland public-safety officials are offering a few tips to help residents stay safe during this holiday season, both on the road and at home. Lt. Tom Woodward, commander of the Maryland State Police barrack in Hagerstown, said motorists should make sure...
email@example.comA 17-year-old Hagerstown male facing attempted murder charges asked Tuesday for his release or a lower bail, but a Washington County District Court judge ordered him to remain jailed on $800,000 bond. Dennis Marshall Jr., whose last known address was...
Tags: Trials, Judges, Prosecution, Shootings, Court Preliminary
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County’s state legislators pursued some lofty but unattainable goals this year, along with several more grounded ideas that succeeded. Sen. George C. Edwards and Del. John P. Donoghue each won a share of the state’s capital...
email@example.comMaryland's prison chief said this week that a reorganization of the state prison system will reduce recidivism and improve the way inmates re-enter society upon their release. Gary D. Maynard, secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPeter “Pete” Loewenheim doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. As Washington County Communications maintenance manager since 1986, Loewenheim said he and the three technicians on his staff are just doing their jobs. When he...
Historical society to meet Sunday The Hancock Historical Society will meet Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Hancock Town Hall and Community Center, 126 W. High St. After a short business meeting, a staff member from Washington County Free Library will present a...
Maugansville trick-or-treat night Friday night will be trick-or-treat night in Maugansville from 6 to 8 p.m. If you'd like to participate, turn on your porch light. Ruritan members will patrol the streets and distribute free glow-in-the-dark bracelets....
Tags: Diabetes, Holidays, Politics, Government, Diseases and Illnesses
“Why not make trick-or-treating on the same night for Hagerstown and the surrounding towns? That way, the people who are taking their children to different towns to trick-or-treat would be stopped. A lot of people are turning their lights off and...
Arts, culture and tourism, public safety, and civic engagement make up community-related part of SCIPheather.email@example.comEditor's note: Leaders of the Washington County Strategic Community Impact Plan divided the plan's focus groups into three categories: people, families and community. This story features goals and strategies in the communities category. An overview of the...
Tags: Travel, Politics, Government, Business, Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal emergency services officials maintained this week that a combined public safety training center is needed in Washington County despite comments made Tuesday by state legislators questioning whether a training center is necessary. Kevin L. Lewis,...
Street to be closed for film festival HAGERSTOWN — The city of Hagerstown will close the first block of South Potomac Street on Oct. 13 for the first annual Maryland International Film Festival. The five-member Hagerstown City Council approved the...
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