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First United Bank & Trust Scott Hostetler recently returned to First United Bank & Trust as a mortgage loan originator. He will be providing service to the consumers in Washington and Frederick counties. Hostetler comes back to First United with 18...
Spend a sunny summer weekend snooping around your house. Look for paint that is peeling and cracks that need sealing. What other simple jobs could you do that will reduce or eliminate costly repairs later? By keeping up on small maintenance jobs you can...
West Virginia University Hospitals-East MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Dr. Babak Barmar, board-certified nephrologist, recently joined the medical staffs at West Virginia University Hospitals-East’s City Hospital and Jefferson Memorial Hospital....
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AP Economics WriterConfidence among U.S. builders ticked up this month to a five-year high, an indication that the housing market is slowly improving. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index rose in June to 29, the highest reading...
email@example.comThe real estate market might remain in the doldrums for a few more years, new development has been stopped by a lawsuit and the work force has been reduced, but an official with Corporate Office Properties Trust said Monday his company is in for the...
I’ve been reading a lot about Doomsday these days, and for sure I know it must be coming; I just don’t know when. Just the other week, Sen. Mike Miller of our Annapolis legislature lectured the Maryland citizens: Either you give me some...
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Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA • WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Dawn Benedict from Jack Gaughen’s Waynesboro office recently earned her associate broker’s license. In order to receive such a license, one must complete 240 hours of education, in...
With plentiful inventory and record-breaking housing affordability conditions, Realtors expect this year’s spring home-buying season to be a busy one. To kick off the season, Realtors from coast to coast will host thousands of open houses as...
Maryland State Bar Association Justin M. Baylor of Hagerstown was sworn in and admitted to the Maryland State Bar Association on Dec. 13, 2011, before the Court of Appeals of Maryland in Annapolis. Baylor graduated from West Virginia University...
Washington County Sheriff’s Office Washington County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Craig Rowe received the national designation of certified jail manager through the Jail Manager Certification Commission, or JMCC, by authority of the American Jail...
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Diana “Susie” Riley, aka Susie the Clown INWOOD, W.Va. — Diana “Susie” Riley, aka Susie the Clown, of Inwood, recently received a scholarship to enhance her skills at the Red Skelton School of Clowning. The program was...
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