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firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter months of anticipation, three Maryland national parks have had their grant applications accepted, and the National Park Foundation is giving the parks a total of $39,700 toward improvements and learning projects. According to a press release, the...
email@example.comThe National Park Foundation is awarding three national parks in Maryland a total of $39,700 in grants for improvements and learning projects. Of that amount, Antietam National Battlefield will get $18,250 to build new trails through the Active Trails...
An estimated 20,000 spectators enjoy Maryland Symphony Orchestra's 26th annual Salute to Independencedan.firstname.lastname@example.orgThe rolling green hills of Antietam National Battlefield slowly morphed into a patriotic sea of red, white and blue on Saturday as thousands of people staked claims like prospectors for a spot to watch Salute to Independence. Earlier in the day,...
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Person extricated from overturned vehicle Rescue crews had to extricate a person from an overturned vehicle in Hagerstown’s West End on Saturday night, according to Washington County Emergency Services. The person was taken to Meritus Medical...
email@example.comLegislation to name things in Maryland — including renaming two mountains — has come to a halt. A state Senate committee decided Tuesday to turn down a series of bills requesting days and months honoring groups and individual people. Also...
A pothole for scooter bill On Thursday, when one committee backed a bill requiring registration and insurance for motor scooters and mopeds, another was less impressed. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee voted in favor of the bill, which also...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThrough redistricting, Washington County's delegation might shrink by 25 percent in about three years. Every 10 years, after the U.S. Census measures the nation's population, Congressional and legislative districts are redrawn to reflect the changes. In...
email@example.comAllegany County youths who attend Hancock Middle-Senior High School might find themselves returning to school in their home county. Allegany County schools officials are considering ending an arrangement that allows 50 students who live in the Little...
Western Maryland Regional Crime Lab The Western Maryland Regional Crime Lab/Hagerstown Police Department recently completed the American Society of Crime Laboratory Director's/Laboratory Accreditation Board-International accreditation process. ASCLD/LAB...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUnder Maryland law, police agencies must contact school systems when students are arrested outside of school. A lengthy list of crimes is covered, but Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr., R-Washington/Allegany, is trying to include another one. His bill, heard...
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