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Does Hub City understand economic development? To the editor: As a former employee of the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development, I feel compelled to voice my opinion on several projects being proposed by the City of Hagerstown...
Several folks have told me they liked some of the columns where I blended retrospective events with a current topic. I wrote three columns about the topic of leadership and used historical stories and events from the Civil War era to emphasis specific...
JFK 50 Mile once again a world-class event To the editor: Thank You Herald-Mail, Washington County, volunteers and Mr. (Mike) Spinnler. The newspaper and media coverage was outstanding and very well-received by the community and the many visitors...
“May St. Francis of Assisi protect the defenseless against the oncoming slaughter from those hiding in the woods and forests with high-powered weapons, who consider this slaughter to be justifiable. May The Herald-Mail spare those of us who are...
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GOP House wants middle class to foot the debt bill To the editor: John Boehner, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, had a post-election press conference where he declared that a tax increase for the higher income brackets (what President Obama...
The Honorable David O’Brien Martin, 68, of Hedgesville, W.Va., passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, at his residence while under the care of Hospice and surrounded by his wife and family. Born April 26, 1944, in St. Lawrence Co., N.Y., he was...
More than 10 weeks after Superstorm Sandy brutalized parts of the heavily populated Northeast, the House approved $50.5 billion in emergency relief for the victims Tuesday night as Republican leaders struggled to close out an episode that exposed...
email@example.comPeople crowded the sidewalk and spilled into West King Street across from U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s office in Martinsburg on Saturday for a Second Amendment rally and protest. “I think he’s sold us out,” Keith Morgan, president of...
Associated PressThe United States could lose its top credit rating for the second time from a leading agency if there's a delay in raising the country's debt ceiling, Fitch Ratings warned Tuesday. Congress has to increase the country's debt limit, which effectively...
Funkstown School for Early Childhood Education recently conducted a voting exercise for the kindergarten students, having them vote on candidates for House of Representatives, U.S. Senate and president. Teacher Tammy Montini created a lesson about the...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Elections, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith President Obama re-elected Tuesday, the Republicans maintaining control of the House of Representatives, and the Democrats maintaining control of the Senate, Washington appears as if it will be as divided as it was before the elections. Hagerstown...
email@example.comThe political landscape in Franklin County, Pa., will remain virtually unchanged after Tuesday’s election. U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, state Reps. Rob Kauffman and Todd Rock, and state Sen. Richard Alloway all won re-election. About 72 percent of...
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