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Hazel Henderson, an evolutionary economist, futurist and leading advocate for sustainable and ethical development, will address the graduating class at Wilson College's 141st commencement ceremony, to be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 22. Henderson,...
F&M Trust CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Mary Cordell recently was promoted to commercial services relationship manager at F&M Trust. Cordell has more than 20 years of banking experience, including commercial, small-business and retail banking. Her...
firstname.lastname@example.org“We are firefighters for the community, not for ourselves,” Clear Spring Volunteer Fire Department Chief Michael Reid said. “I learned that from John Printz.” In his 35 years of volunteering in Clear Spring, Printz taught that...
Tags: Fires, Disasters and Accidents, Values, Human Interest
Editor’s note: This column is part of a seriesof columns from the Interfaith Coalition of Washington County to mark A Season for Peace and Nonviolence, Jan. 30 through April 4. In 1965, I began graduate studies at Columbia University in New York,...
We can't pick and choose the country's fundamentals To the editor: I wish to comment on the recent article on same-sex marriage. Although I am a Christian and believe in marriage between a man and a woman, I feel due to the government's turn of...
Rowland's column didn't belong on front page To the editor: I am appalled that your Sunday edition (or any other edition) would headline such an opinionated, politicized and negative column such as that rendered by Tim Rowland on Jan....
My teacher, my role model, my friend To the editor: I remember art classes with Clyde Roberts from old Hagerstown High School. He had a knack for getting an artistic rendering from all students and got us involved in community projects as well....
Tags: Homes, Same-Sex Marriage, Sex, Arts, Family
The City of Hagerstown is seeking residents to serve on a newly established City Ethics Commission. The responsibilities of the City Ethics Commission include providing advisory opinions as to the applicability of the City's Ethics Code, process and make...
The first time I met Betty Morgan at her office, she insisted that I scope out the Washington County Superintendent of School’s executive bathroom. The request wasn’t as weird as it sounded. In retrospect, it explained why she was needed here,...
Regulating gun ownership is the best way To the editor: This letter is in response to recent letters in reference to gun ownership. Let us begin with the U.S. Constitution. Article II of the Bill of Rights states: “A well regulated Militia being...
Hagerstown Police Department Officer Christopher Little, with the Baker Platoon of the Patrol Division of the Hagerstown Police Department, was named Officer of the Month for January. Little is being recognized for his strong work ethic and...
HartfordHARC, Inc. is pleased to announce that its 62nd Annual Meeting will be conducted in honor of Jean & John Weiss of Canton for their many years of dedication and service to HARC and people with intellectual disability. HARC's 62nd Annual Meeting, will...
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