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email@example.comPrior to passing its proposed 2013-14 fiscal year budgets Tuesday, the Washington County Board of Commissioners approved two measures to amend its employee pension program and institute a funding mechanism to allow the Washington County Sheriff’s...
Child abuse and neglect is one of those issues no one really likes to talk about because we want to believe it never happens in our community. But the truth is child abuse can, and does, happen anywhere. Including here. So let’s talk about it....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Chambersburg woman accused of sending text messages about her then-4-year-old stepson’s deteriorating medical condition, but not taking him to a doctor, testified in court Thursday. Michele Renae Hunter, 28, is charged with aggravated assault,...
The middle-class taxpayer, I suspect, is a little like Ichabod Crane, an honest traveler who decided one night to ride his horse through Sleepy Hollow. He disappeared into the night. Maybe Ichabod was a middle-class taxpayer. On April 15 at midnight, a...
email@example.comAt a time when the U.S. Postal Service is recommending cutting Saturday service, it is actually adding outlets for customers in the form of village post offices such as the one at May’s Service Center at 8708 Sharpsburg Pike, where a grand opening...
The Postal Service has been in the news a lot lately, and for good reason. The Postal Service has lost billions of dollars while losing market share to electronic forms of communication. But this is not entirely the fault of the Post Office or the...
It’s time for a gun-control amendment To the editor: I practiced law for more than 30 years and I understand the difficulty and the risk in convening a constitutional convention. But this is not an unprecedented solution. To grant blacks freedom,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree Pennsylvania lawmakers stopped by a Tuscarora Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast Thursday to talk about Harrisburg’s ambitious political agenda that could have far-reaching and long-term effects. Members of the Pennsylvania General...
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Editorial unfairly characterized Paul Miller To the editor: I was dismayed to read The Herald-Mail’s negative portrayal of Paul Miller, the former director of the Humane Society of Washington County, in a Feb. 14 editorial. I’ve known him...
email@example.comPennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett on Tuesday laid out a budget plan that calls for increased spending for public schoolchildren, senior citizens and individuals with developmental disabilities after years of cutting or flat-funding many programs. Corbett...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County Public Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox’s proposed $254.4 million budget includes 10 contingency teaching positions, a lead teacher for a virtual high school project, and $828,000 in additional teacher pension costs as the...
AP Sports WriterHockey is back, and it took nearly four months and one long night to get the game back on the ice. With the season on the line, the NHL and the players’ association agreed on a tentative pact to end a 113-day lockout and save what was left of a...
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