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Closure of Frederick Mail Processing Facility 'utter disaster,' according to director of union firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Christmas decorations were beginning to come down, the gifts long unwrapped and Thanksgiving dinner a distant memory when mail carrier Mike Shoop put Kohl’s department store’s Black Friday ads in the mailboxes on his route. “Dec. 28...
"I just wanted to say that The Herald-Mail's coverage of the Officer Nicholson law ride was dismal at best. This was a ride over 175 riders were involved in, and made several thousand dollars for Children's Village and the Nicholson scholarship and...
email@example.comLocal school officials hope state education funding won't be taken away, unfunded mandates can be prevented and money can be spread around more fairly. Those sentiments were part of the message the Washington County Board of Education and school system...
Policy reversal will hurt housing authorities To the editor: On July 14, the markup of the Transportation-HUD (T-HUD) 2012 appropriation in the House began. The results of a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-commissioned study —...
“I have lived in Hagerstown and Washington County for quite a few years, but it’s disgraceful how the streets, the sidewalks, all the trash that’s lying there on the corners and on the curbs, everywhere you go in Hagerstown is filthy,...
A state arbitrator has decided Chambersburg Police Department officers’ wages and benefits for 2011 through 2015. “In Pennsylvania, under Act 111, when a municipality and uniform employees cannot agree on contract demands, the matter is...
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“This is in response to the individual from Falling Waters, inquiring asto how a wreck could happen at the corner of West Washington Street and West Antietam Street, when they were a block apart. West Washington Street and West Antietam join, or...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAll three groups representing Washington County Public Schools employees are expected to get raises if the school board approves contract proposals at a meeting Tuesday, according to some school board members. Although none of those who spoke about the...
email@example.comEligible Washington County Public Schools employees are expected to get a step increase and employees at the top step for each salary scale would get $500 more, according to an updated proposed budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1. The...
A Chambersburg woman faces charges of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child after her 4-year-old stepson was injured in March, according to Chambersburg Borough Police. Michele Hunter, 26, of East Vine Street, is charged with one...
When Wisconsin erupted in labor strife last month, Tri-State residents could watch like audience members at a Jerry Springer show, enjoying the vitriol without fear that they have anything to lose. But the problems underlying the Wisconsin fight are...
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