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email@example.comPaula Lampton worked to improve the academic success of students at Smithsburg Middle School, served on the Washington County Planning Commission and the Washington County Board of Zoning Appeals. She also was elected to the Republican Central Committee...
Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright will be the featured speaker when Mercersburg Academy holds its 119th commencement on May 26, at 10:30 a.m. on the traditional outdoor platform between Keil Hall and South Cottage. The 127 members of the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgProtesters speaking out against genocide in Ethiopia took to Thurmont's main intersection Saturday, when a G-8 Summit in nearby Camp David was scheduled to wrap up. Police in riot gear stood in rows in the street as dozens of protesters held signs, waved...
Tags: Politics, Hate Crimes, Ethiopia, Massacres, Genocide
email@example.comIt’s been 77 years since the end of World War II and the mass murder of Europe’s Jews. Tuesday night, at 7 p.m. in the Greencastle-Antrim High School auditorium, the community will get a chance to witness firsthand accounts of the...
“I have noticed that the incumbents running for re-election are targeting downtown’s revitalization and the stadium. Apparently, they didn’t think these things were important while they served their last terms, especially spending the...
Tags: Sports, U.S. Senate, Ice Cream, Diabetes, Politics
President Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney won their respective Democratic and Republican primaries in Maryland last week. No surprises there. What was surprising, very surprising in fact, were the results in the 6th Congressional District....
Tags: AFL-CIO, Politics, AFSCME, Voting, Regional Authority
Where in the world did 2011 go? Such was the question I asked myself this week after the New Year brought us all 2012. Like most everyone, I’m still trying to remember to write the number 12 in my checkbook registry as well as on the checks. It...
Former West Virginia Gov. Hulett C. Smith, who signed bills in the 1960s that abolished the state’s death penalty and implemented its first strip mining laws, has died. He was 93. Smith’s family announced Monday that the former governor...
County Republican group opposes gas tax increase To the editor: The Herald-Mail recently published several stories about a secret meeting between local business and political leaders on a strategy to gain support for a 15-cent-per-gallon gas tax...
Tags: Politics, Voting, Republican Party, Elections, Public Officials
Lincoln was not a white supremacist To the editor: On Aug. 25, Leonard Pitts intimated that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the greatest heroes of the 200-plus-year American experience. He is more than arguably correct. Pitts is also correct...
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