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firstname.lastname@example.orgJames "Jim" Reeder grew up on a farm near Boonsboro on Amos Reeder Road, named for his father who was a Washington County commissioner. History was important to Jim, known as James by his mother, sister and sister's family. So much so that he invested...
email@example.comConcerned that parent groups such as PTAs would need to file as lobbyists under proposed new ethics regulations, the Washington County Board of Education Tuesday asked its legal counsel to clarify the issue with the state attorney general. Board member...
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Associated PressA federal jury Tuesday acquitted Maryland state Sen. Ulysses Currie in an alleged influence-peddling case, clearing the prominent lawmaker of all charges for accepting more than $245,000 in payments from a grocery store chain while he chaired a powerful...
Herald-Mail columnist Allan Powell has devoted several recent op-eds to arguing for bigger, more activist government. He claims that limited government as envisioned by the Founders and advocated by many people today is “obsolete” and can&...
Hagerstown’s golf course is in excellent shape To the editor: Over the past 50 years, I have played at the Hagerstown municipal nine-hole course (now called Hagerstown Greens at Hamilton Run) many times. In the early ’50s, there were no...
Critical thinking depends on one thing: facts To the editor: I find it ironic that Richard Giovanoni (Herald-Mail, July 20) would push the idea of critical thinking concerning evolution. The ability to think critically depends on factual evidence and...
I’ve written a fair amount recently concerning a vision and prospects for a rejuvenation of Hagerstown’s downtown. While I was doing that, a very important date in history passed me by. Sept. 17, 2011, was the 149th anniversary of the Battle...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new nonprofit group that intends to tackle substance abuse and addiction among young people in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle has won approval to occupy the third floor of the historic Berkeley County Courthouse. Formed Dec. 28, American...
County buys highway safety equipment The Washington County Board of Commissioners Tuesday approved spending $112,996 to buy and install safety equipment for Highway Department workers to use while cleaning large vehicles. The county will buy four,...
The winners of the sixth annual Hancock Area Photo Contest were announced Saturday, Oct. 1, at War Memorial Library, by Sam Judge, contest organizer. A $100 cash prize was awarded to the grand-prize winner, Christy Hixon, Prizes of $25 were...
Women might have an issue with sharia law To the editor: The letter by S. V. Yumlu defending sharia law as a “code of ethics for Muslims” should prompt all non-Muslims to learn whatever they can about Islam, upon which these “ethics&...
email@example.comWashington County is preparing to replace its five-page ethics ordinance with a longer, more detailed version suggested by the state. The change is needed because of state legislation passed in 2010 that changed the requirements for local ethics...
Tags: Elections, Ethics, Politics, Washington (U.S. state)
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