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The Herald-Mail recently posed a number of questions about the proposed downtown multiuse sports and events center (MUSEC). The following are the questions and the answers provided by city staff members — Administrator Bruce Zimmerman, MUSEC...
The election of 2012 is fast approaching and will almost certainly send a message about the status of the welfare state in America. Is the dislike for government health plans and other social support programs so vocally disparaged by the Tea party and...
Who profits from higher land values? To the editor: I read that one of the positives for the new baseball stadium would be the increase in property values in Hagerstown. Since the field will be built at the outskirts of Locust Point, I am wondering...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Locust Point
email@example.comAn anonymous donor in August offered $3,000 for the purchase of a new K-9 dog for the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, but the acceptance of the gift apparently is in doubt because of conditions attached to it. Sheriff Kenneth Lemaster said on...
Same old story: Men and religion try to dictate to women To the editor: Having been raised as a conservative Midwestern Catholic and later, as a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), I feel that I can comment on the...
Associated PressThe Maryland Democratic Party is seeking a congressional ethics investigation of Rep. Roscoe Bartlett’s employment of state Republican Party chairman Alex X. Mooney while Mooney also was a candidate for the Maryland Republican’s seat. ...
Maryland Republican Party Chairman Alex X. Mooney was working for U.S. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett even though he filed with the Federal Election Commission declaring his intention to run for Bartlett’s 6th District congressional seat in 2014. The...
On Sunday, the Rev. Don R. Stevenson will be installed as minister of Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ in Boonsboro. Trinity Reformed is a member of the United Church of Christ and was established in 1752. The service will be conducted by the...
“What is happening to Hagerstown? You can’t go down one street or highway thatthere isn’t trash everywhere. Stop at the lights, and there’s cigarette butts everywhere, at the Exxon on the Dual Highway, and at the lights at the...
"Legal and Ethical Issues: Treating Children of Divorce: Custody and Visitation Challenges" seminar set for Sept. 21Brook Lane is sponsoring "Legal and Ethical Issues: Treating Children of Divorce: Custody and Visitation Challenges" seminar. The seminar will be held on two dates, Friday, Sept. 7, and Friday, Sept. 21, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at Brook Lane's main...
Tags: Ethics, Family, Religion and Belief, Mental Health
Talking heads have been waxing eloquent, or trying to sound so, about the nature and cause of violence in our society following the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado two weeks ago. The debate fell along predictable lines. On the one hand, liberals...
Tags: James Holmes, Gaming, Gun Control, Politics, Interior Policy
Boy, I’m sure glad we don’t discriminate in Dargan like they do in Chicago. I can hardly believe that Chicago politicians have openly suggested they not support a new franchise for Chick-fil-A in their town because of some voiced Christian...
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