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One of the Meritus Medical Center Auxiliary’s most significant projects of 2010-11 came to fruition this spring with the dedication of $16,000 for a newborn infant radiant warmer for the Special Care Nursery at the hospital. The warmer is used...
email@example.comWashington Township (Pa.) Supervisor Elaine Gladhill threatened to jump on a local historian Monday in her excitement about buying land to preserve a Civil War battle site. Gladhill and historian John Miller joined two dozen other people off Charmian...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMaryland might not require municipal candidates to report campaign finances, but the city of Hagerstown likely will continue to do so. The Hagerstown City Council will vote on introducing an ordinance at its Sept. 27 regular session that is a locally...
email@example.comCandidates for elected office in the City of Hagerstown likely will have to file campaign finance reports, even though the state of Maryland does not require municipal reporting. The Hagerstown City Council voted 4-0 Tuesday to introduce an ordinance...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: Today's stories about the financial reporting and funding of Washington County's fire and rescue system are among a series of stories resulting from a yearlong investigation by The Herald-Mail. There are red flags. Until now, almost...
email@example.comBoonsboro’s volunteer fire company endured a painful period this year, when Washington County’s government suspended its financial aid because the company’s financial reports were late. ...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo local Republican lawmakers — state Sen. Christopher B. Shank and Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr. — are considering jumping into a 6th Congressional District race if 10-term GOP incumbent Roscoe G. Bartlett bows out. Even though Bartlett, 85,...
Special to The Herald-Mail"Give us the strength to labor diligently and courage to think and to speak with clarity and conviction, but without prejudice and pride. Grant us, we beseech thee, both wisdom and humility in directing our united efforts to do for others in need,"...
email@example.comA nonprofit group that formed in 2008 to acquire and preserve the only known surviving vehicle made by Norwalk Motor Car Co. in Martinsburg nearly 100 years ago continues to chip away at paying off the loan obtained to buy the antique. Friends of the...
Associated PressAnxious to end Mitt Romney’s two-state winning streak, his rivals hammered him as unfeeling toward laid-off workers and out of step with conservative Christians while Romney put his dominance on full display, touting his $56 million fundraising haul...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSpeculation that U.S. Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett is about to give up his 6th District seat in Congress is groundless, the 10-term congressman said in an interview about his re-election campaign. "The job is not done," Bartlett, R-Md., said Tuesday. "We...
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