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School board needs to release K-2 achievement To the editor: When I asked the Washington County Board of Education (BOE) how and what they manage, they responded they do not micromanage but set the policy for their one employee, the superintendent, to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFundraising efforts to secure a mountaintop site associated with the Civil War Battle of Monterey Pass received a major boost last week when a Washington Township, Pa., resident offered a $30,000 donation. Battlefield preservationists and the...
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Members of the U.S. Marshals Service, West Virginia State Police, Martinsburg Police Department, Charles Town (W.Va.) Police Department and West Virginia Department of Parole conducted a sweep that resulted in the arrest of six fugitives on Thursday,...
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The following is a list of street projects the City of Hagerstown expects to undertake this year. Pavement Preservation Program - South Edgewood Drive, from east of Maryland State Highway Administration paving to city limits - Wayne Avenue, from...
FEB. 6, 1932-MAY 30, 2011 Gene Paul Phillip Nunnally, 79, of Williamsport, Md., passed away on Monday, May 30, 2011, at Williamsport Nursing Home from complications from a stroke. He was born Feb. 6, 1932, in Mount Clemens, Mich., to the late Henry...
Opponents of a proposed $2.1 billion multistate power line have accused Allegheny Energy and American Electric Power of improperly charging customers millions of dollars to push the idea. Shepherdstown resident Keryn Newman and Chloe, W.Va., resident...
Tags: Allegheny Energy Inc., Politics, Ohio, Elections, Illinois
President Barack Obama called for an "orderly and genuine" transition to democracy in Egypt on Thursday amid reports that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was about to step down. U.S. intelligence indicated a "strong likelihood" that Mubarak would resign...
email@example.comThe sign outside Ivy Hill Farm said it all: "In God's Hands." The words were a tribute to John Richard Martin, the fifth generation of his family to run the Smithsburg apple orchard, who had recently passed away. "We have suffered a great loss, and...
Tags: Homes, Politics, John Martin, Career and Workplace, Elections
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