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email@example.comBerkeley 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...
Tags: 2010 Census, Elections, Polls, Voting, New Products
BLACKSBURG, Va. — Danielle Lynn Moore of Hagerstown was named to the dean’s list with distinction in the College of Engineering at Virginia Tech University for the fall semester. Moore graduated with an International Baccalaureate Diploma...
The city of Hagerstown is still seeking applicants to serve on its board of traffic and parking. Mary King, city communications manager, said in an email that there are three available positions on the five-member advisory board, which reviews issues...
Hagerstown Community College’s College for Kids program is offering several career-exploration programs this summer, for students in grades six through eight. Academy STEM will focus on biotechnology, cybersecurity, alternative energy and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Common Core standards, the basis for a new curriculum to be implemented in Washington County Public Schools in two years, focus on math and English-language arts. The English-language arts portion of Common Core also addresses literacy in history and...
Tags: Education, Teachers, Science, Teaching and Learning, History
The following area students graduated May 13 from Virginia Tech: - Jamie Beckley of Sharpsburg received a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural and applied economics from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. - Charles Boyer of...
email@example.comAfter about 18 months of design and construction work and securing the required permits, the wind turbine at Washington County Technical High School was installed on the school’s property on Wednesday. Tech High Principal Jeffrey Stouffer said in a...
Applications are now being accepted for the 2012-13 Magnet Program in Washington County Public Schools. The program is offered at Boonsboro, Emma K. Doub, Fountaindale and Williamsport elementary schools and Boonsboro, E. Russell Hicks and Springfield...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTuscarora School District could soon be the only school district in Franklin County to heat two of its buildings with solar panels. At Monday’s Tuscarora School Board meeting, the vote was tight — 4-3 — in favor of installing the...
email@example.comPotomac Edison is spending $3 million to renovate its Williamsport Service Center on Bower Avenue, a project that will result in better service to local customers, according to a company spokesman. Todd Meyers said the project started at the end of...
Hagerstown Community College student Kenneth Frederickson of Hagerstown recently won the Helen and Gene Kline Scholarship for the fall 2011 semester. The scholarship is an endowed scholarship awarded annually through the Community Foundation of...
Hagerstown Community College students Douglas Soffe, of Mercersburg, Pa., and Samantha Yarrington, of Martinsburg, W.Va., recently finished 15-week internships at Appalachian Fruit Research Station (AFRS) in Kearneysville, W.Va. Soffe and Yarrington...
Tags: Research, Chemical Industry, Science, Biotechnology, Human Body
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