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email@example.comThe discovery of leachate seeps from the old City/County Landfill along Conococheague Creek has led the county to expand the scope — and price tag — of a scheduled upgrade to the landfill’s leachate-collection system, Washington County...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMorning sunlight streams through a gazebo’s glass windows and falls on Patrick Hiatt’s paints and canvases. Sometimes, music will play faintly in the background. Otherwise, the silence is broken only by a breeze that shakes the leaves across...
email@example.comA local nonprofit leader said Tuesday that his organization plans to begin next year engineering access to a future technology park on its 173 acres of the former Mount Aetna Farms. CHIEF, also known as the Hagerstown-Washington County Industrial...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA year ago Sunday, Washington County Hospital loaded its patients into ambulances and sent them across town to a brand-new facility and a new era of health care. The first year of Meritus Medical Center, the new 510,000-square-foot hospital on Medical...
email@example.comValerie Zehringer wanted more time with her family. For years, the Hagerstown mother of three and grandmother of five had given evenings and weekends to her work in sales. “I wanted a better-quality of life. I wanted to be able to plan things on...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Johns Hopkins University is known throughout the world for medical research, but the late Hagerstown businessman Michael G. Callas remembered his alma mater by endowing a professorship for his profession, civil engineering. Somnath Ghosh, who holds...
email@example.comHagerstown Community College will open a new science building and an expanded theater in January, at the same time it closes two other buildings for renovation. "We need more space and updated and more sophisticated space for the types of programs we'...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUsing his engineering background and her organizational skills, Wilbur "Bill" and Deanna Soulis have built a sizable volunteering schedule. The Hagerstown couple, married for 32 years, met at St. John's Episcopal Church, to which they donate much of...
Thomas Carter and Ann Savage have been named students of the month at Washington County Technical High School. Thomas is a junior in the computer game development and animation class at Tech High. Along with computer game development and animation,...
email@example.comThe cost of replacing a small North Tennessee Avenue bridge over Tuscarora Creek in Martinsburg is projected to cost at least $1.4 million, according to the West Virginia Division of Highways. Built during the Great Depression, the existing steel I-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBerkeley County voters now can get personalized directions to their election-day polling place from an Internet database launched Thursday. Residents only need to enter their address in the map-oriented application on the county government’s...
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