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firstname.lastname@example.orgConcerns over Maryland’s new gay marriage law, money for a proposed public safety training center in Washington County and an “assault” on Maryland’s farmers through new environmental regulations were among the issues discussed...
For years, if not decades, talk of a new home for the Washington County Board of Education has been one of those things that just wasn’t talked about in the company of constituents. It was believed that the perception of putting administrators ahead...
Well, at least city and county government this year have provided its citizens with some really nice drawings. These are sketches of what might have been if we had any decent leadership in place, but instead will just become so much artistic residue...
“I hear the farmers whining for food subsidies, and I hear the people up north yelling about FEMA. I thought the Republicans wanted smaller government. Then what is everybody yelling for the government when something happens?” —...
Sandra “Sandy” A. Bunker, 59, of Sharpsburg, Md., and formerly of Arnold, Md., passed away peacefully on Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, at her home after a courageous battle with brain cancer. Born Oct. 3, 1953, in Annapolis, Md., she was the daughter...
Tags: Human Interest, FBI, Severna Park
How many of you have seen the movie “Lincoln” produced and directed by Steven Spielberg? If you haven’t, make sure you do. The movie is a “tour de force” in the art of the possible and how “politics” work....
When it comes to the 2012 election, I have four important words for you: “Thank God it’s over.” The votes have been cast, the winners have been congratulated, the election-party hangovers have abated and the world has started to move...
email@example.comThe team title eluded the Williamsport boys again Saturday at the Maryland State Cross Country Championships at Hereford High School. For the second straight year, the Wildcats were the runners-up in Class 2A, although it was harder to settle for...
Tags: Walter Johnson, Severna Park, Mountains, Perry Hall, Landforms
Dear Newly Elected Mayor Gysberts and City Council: First, let me say congratulations on your victory in Tuesday’s election. During the campaign, all the candidates talked about jobs and revitalization. Now comes the hard part: turning those...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBuoyed by a major change in the 6th District’s political leanings, Democrat John Delaney rolled to a large win over incumbent Republican Roscoe G. Bartlett in Tuesday’s election. More than half of Delaney’s votes came from Democrat-rich...
email@example.comBernadette Wagner practices what she preaches. As co-director of Volunteer Washington County, she has volunteered full time in that position since March 2011. Since that time, Wagner, co-director Roxanne Ober and other volunteers have been pairing up...
Where’s the ‘liberal media’ when you need them? To the editor: There is a major story that the so-called liberal news media are not covering. CNN had a two-minute story on it last week. It’s about a factory in Freeport, Ill.,...
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