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email@example.comFederal tax credits are being sought to build 40 rental units in Waynesboro for senior citizens and renovate existing apartments in the Mount Vernon Terrace complex. The Franklin County (Pa.) Housing Authority this week asked the Waynesboro Borough...
The Washington County Department of Social Services is assisting in a promotional campaign called “Your Money. You Earned It. Now Claim It!” to encourage eligible Washington County residents to claim their earned income credit and child tax...
“I just want to say all these kids who play sports in high school and junior high school and all of those who play these sports, football, volleyball, basketball and soccer, lacrosse, you made Hagerstown proud, and don’t lower your heads...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA stimulus program started by Washington County in 2011 to attract new jobs and investment is being modified to include municipalities and better explain how those taking part in the program can take advantage of deferred county fees and get real estate...
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.orgThe state of Maryland has approved the expansion of a local enterprise zone, increasing the opportunity for businesses to receive tax credits. A Hagerstown-Washington County enterprise zone will nearly triple in size, from 1,400 acres to nearly 4,100...
Republicans in control of Pennsylvania’s Legislature scrambled Tuesday to finish writing a host of budget- and education-related bills to get them to fellow Republican Gov. Tom Corbett before the new fiscal year starts Sunday. That meant that...
It’s budget season again for Gov. Tom Corbett, and that means the same thing as last year: His approval rating has plummeted as Pennsylvania’s no-new-taxes chief executive preaches austerity for public schools and social services while...
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Capital News ServiceMove over, Los Angeles. Production companies are looking to Baltimore as a backdrop for filming locations, thanks in part to state funding used to lure them to Maryland. And film industry people say Maryland’s economy is reaping the rewards....
email@example.comThe Hagerstown City Council has approved a resolution to support a joint application with Washington County for the renewal and expansion of enterprise zones in and around Hagerstown. The enterprise zones — which offer businesses property tax...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegislation that authorizes up to $52.5 million in bonds for capital improvements at Cacapon State Park in Morgan County and one other state park is still “very much alive” in what is shaping up to be a tight budget year, state Sen. Herb...
email@example.comA nonprofit affordable housing developer is seeking government help to renovate and possibly expand the Hopewell Manor Apartments complex in Halfway. Kathy Ebner, development director for Annapolis, Md.-based Homes for America, asked the Washington...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMoney and marriage are on the minds of Washington County’s state lawmakers heading to Annapolis. So are foreclosed properties, virtual schools, petition privacy, parole and probation violators, and Washington County’s proposed senior center....
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