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firstname.lastname@example.orgTestimony was heard Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court about a misplaced cell phone and the bearing it might have on the admissibility of a statement made to Hagerstown police by a man indicted in the 2008 slaying of a city woman. It was the...
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines charity as "benevolent goodwill toward or love of humanity." And in a nutshell, that is what The Herald-Mail Nonprofit Wish List hopes to encourage with this list. This list is a two-step project. The first was a call-...
Associated PressThe Murdoch media empire unexpectedly jettisoned the News of the World on Thursday, the best-selling tabloid at the center of an ugly phone hacking scandal. The tabloid, long known for its dubious undercover reporting techniques, had gravely offended the...
email@example.comWhen singer-songwriter Jeff Swope decided to make an album, he could have followed the conventional path of spending hours in a studio. Instead, he's literally phoning it in. Swope is taking advantage of the mobile software revolution to plug, play and...
In August 2010, 19-year-old Daniel Schatz ran his pickup truck into the back of a tractor-trailer on Interstate 44 near Gray Summit, Mo. The collision set off a chain-reaction accident with two school buses, killing Schatz and a 15-year-old bus passenger,...
“Concerning we the American people losing a lot of our freedoms in our country today, I feel we’re losing those freedoms due to the fact that we abuse those freedoms. For example, people abuse alcohol use, and then they abuse smoking. I feel...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDomestic violence and sexual assault are on the rise in the Eastern Panhandle, but funding for victim services has decreased sharply. “Since 2000, the Shenandoah Women’s Center has grown threefold,” said Executive Director Ann K.D....
"I would like to say I think it's time that we realize that when somebody shoots somebody, their way out is pleading insanity. I'm saying, if they're 100 percent guilty, take them out and give them the death penalty. We feed these people three days, three...
email@example.comThe prohibition on bringing most electronic devices into the Washington County Courthouse has been lifted, meaning people won’t have to hide their cell phones outside or walk them back to their cars. “This should make the public happy,”...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn alleged accomplice was convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison for armed robbery, but a Hagerstown man charged in the same incident had his case placed on the inactive docket Tuesday in Washington County Circuit Court. Jean L. Colas, 21, of...
Writer offers predictions for the future To the editor: Twenty-five years into the future, I see these events as part of our lives. Paychecks, deposits, withdrawals or transfers in accounts will be electronic. Instant transactions...
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