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What do we really believe? To the editor: Watching the events of the last couple of months unfold, I have to ask the question: What do we really believe? We all watched as the Newtown shootings unfolded. Days after, we saw the funerals and the tears...
Faced with intense pressure from two flanks, the Boy Scouts of America said Wednesday it needed more time for consultations before deciding whether to move away from its divisive policy of excluding gays as scouts or adult leaders. Possible changes in...
“May I respectfully suggest that all pro- and anti-gun advocates research the Dick Act of 1902. It spells out many issues that have been violated by many presidents in both parties, on down over the past 111 years. This has been verified by snopes....
Tags: U.S. Congress, Firearms, Assault, Gun Control, Interior Policy
email@example.comResidential property values in one-third of Washington County have dropped an average of 10.5 percent in three years, new state assessments show. Three years ago, the average decrease in the same territory was more than twice as large — 22...
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By Rebecca Massie Lane Special to The Herald-Mail American author and humorist Mark Twain describes the human urge to treasure hunt in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer": "There comes a time in every rightly-constructed boy's life when he has a raging...
Tags: Museums, Artists, Walmart, Arts and Culture, Hobbies
An unborn child is not an ‘option’ or ‘obstacle’ To the editor: Those who cry out in support of abortion will say that it is the woman’s moral right to choose. However, when we hear of a house that burns down and three...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Berkeley County Council on Thursday agreed in a 4-0 vote to settle a lawsuit by a county employee, who claimed she was wrongfully terminated in October 2011. Sharon Chaffee, who filed the lawsuit in April, was reinstated as an at-will employee in...
Tags: Lawyers, Judges, Trials, Employment, Religion and Belief
The Greater Chambersburg Chamber Foundation is recruiting current ninth-grade students for Leadership Franklin County Youth classes that begin this fall. There is no cost for students to participate; the program is funded by various organizations and...
Donations to heritage project will be tripled To the editor: During this season of giving, we are humbled by an offer from a supporter to triple donations given by others to support the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership. This remarkably...
Gov. Tom Corbett has recently disclosed that he took trips in 2011 worth more than $2,300 that were paid for by a Pennsylvania businessman who gave generously to Corbett’s campaign and serves on Corbett’s privatization council. Corbett...
email@example.comMayor David S. Gysberts and the five newly elected Hagerstown City Council members continued to be briefed on the basic inner-workings of city government Tuesday afternoon in the group’s first work session. Last Wednesday, the group met in an...
Ethics is a neat little word. Do you know what it means? Simply said, “it’s a system of moral principles;” those rules of conduct in respect to a particular class of human actions, or a particular group or culture. After attending...
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