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Here is the list of road and lane closures in the area for Friday, Jan. 13: *As of 7 a.m., Traffic is moving smoothly on I-270 in both directions between Frederick and I-495, I-70 in both directions between Hancock and Baltimore, and I-81 in both...
Callaham’s column was liberal elitism at its best To the editor: Art Callaham’s Jan. 1 column, “Predictions for 2012,” states he will publish a score card on his predictions for 2012. The readers of The Herald-Mail don’t...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWaiting for a bus Monday morning on a shiny new bench under the shade of a metal canopy, John Mawyer of Hagerstown summed up the difference between the Washington County Commuter’s new Transit Transfer Center on West Franklin Street and its old...
"So, what are you doing this summer?" I was at a picnic last Saturday night, and the person across from me was making polite conversation by asking a question about my summer plans. I'm sure he was not implying that I have nothing to do for the next...
President Hosni Mubarak announced Tuesday he will not run for a new term in September elections but rejected protesters' demands he step down immediately and leave the country, vowing to die on Egypt's soil, after a dramatic day in which a quarter-million...
email@example.comGreg Nearchos was enjoying seeing some familiar faces and perusing the various items up for auction Sunday afternoon at a fundraiser for the Community Free Clinic at The Gourmet Goat in downtown Hagerstown. “I was the recipient of service many...
Last week presented the sort of opportunity that elected officials crave. As Gov. Martin O'Malley signed the gas tax increase into law, he announced a slew of new Maryland transportation projects — $1.2 billion in all — that can now move...
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The needs of single parents, the elderly, the disabled and those with limited income were discussed Tuesday at a transit workshop in Aberdeen. á More than 20 people looked for ways to improve transportation at the workshop. They looked for ways to share...
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Associated PressWAGAH, Pakistan (AP) — Over a decade ago, the man now set to become Pakistan's next prime minister stood at this border crossing with archenemy India to inaugurate a "friendship" bus service connecting the two countries as cheering supporters...
Reading newspapers and books or taking naps were once the prime pastimes for Metra customers. Now nearly half the riders are using personal electronic devices like laptops, smartphones, iPads and Kindles, and that percentage has doubled since 2010, a...
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