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August 26, 2004
Classic Car Show - Friday, Aug. 27 There will be a classic car show to add a little to Friday evening's 1960s ambience. The show is open to vehicles made before 1972. Registration costs $7, and prizes are $75 for Best of Show, $50 for Mayor's Choice and a $25 random drawing. Dash plaques will be awarded to the first 60 vehicles registered. Volksmarch - Saturday, Aug. 28 In conjunction with Augustoberfest, the Piedmont Pacers Volksmarch Club will sponsor a noncompetitive walk, a volksmarch.
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NEWS
May 22, 2012
Four state bills sponsored by members of the Washington County delegation were signed into law in Annapolis on Tuesday, including: A bill sponsored by Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, requiring each county board of education to establish a policy on administering auto-injectable epinephrine to certain students. Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr., R-Washington/Allegany, had cross-filed the bill in the House. A bill sponsored by Shank in the Senate and Del. Michael J. Hough, R-Frederick/Washington, in the House requiring the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services to establish a program of earned compliance credits, reducing the period of active probation or parole supervision.
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By SCOTT BUTKI | January 31, 1999
Two months into his term, Washington County Commissioner William J. Wivell has started voting more independently then the other commissioners. At the Jan. 26 meeting, for example, Wivell raised eyebrows by making the sole dissenting votes on two agenda items: a request to license home builders and a tax break for a quasi-government agency. His "no" votes follow many unanimous decisions while four new commissioners grow used to their jobs. Only Gregory I. Snook, president of the Washington County Commissioners, was returned to office this year.
NEWS
March 25, 2012
A public hearing is scheduled for the redesignation of the City of Hagerstown's Arts & Entertainment District, which makes certain projects within its boundaries eligible for property tax credits and exempt from the admission and amusement tax. The hearing will take place during the city council's Tuesday meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. in the council chamber at City Hall, 1 E. Franklin St. A resolution to approve the application for redesignation appears...
NEWS
August 22, 2006
ANNAPOLIS - Maryland's Bay Restoration Fund is more than doubling the amount of money available now in the state's Cover Crop program, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich said last week. In addition, Ehrlich announced an incentive program to help develop feedstock for future ethanol production, and the availability of financial credits for producers of certain renewable fuels. "Planting winter cover crops is the most cost effective and efficient way for farmers to reduce erosion and take up excess nutrients so they don't run off into the bay and its tributaries," Ehrlich said.
NEWS
By JANET HEIM | August 30, 2009
While Everybody's Day at Pen Mar Park is an annual celebration designed to offer something for people of all ages and tastes, this year's event was special for one person in particular -- Edith Sweigert. Sweigert, 87, was honored Sunday for helping Washington County purchase and develop Pen Mar Park. Sweigert was an administrator for the Washington County Parks Department from 1971 to 1992. "Edith was instrumental in securing Open Space funds to purchase the park up there," said Jaime Dick, recreation director for the Washington County Recreation Department.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | March 2, 2011
The Washington County Commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday to change the county's Building Excise Tax Ordinance by removing the doubling provision for fast-growing subdivisions. Commissioners President Terry Baker cast the dissenting vote, saying he believed the doubling of the excise tax was a "valuable tool" when it was enacted several years ago and that he believes it remains so. "It gave the county the ability to manage growth within a high-density area," Baker said after the vote.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | August 13, 2012
A 60-unit town-house development planned in Washington Township, Pa., came under fire Monday from three residents and some members of the township planning commission. Concerns included crime, nearby property values, safety for children, play areas, traffic and overcrowding schools. Ultimately, the Washington Township Planning Commission voted 3-1 to recommend the township supervisors approve the plan. The Washington Township Supervisors are expected to consider final approval for New Forge Crossing in coming weeks.
NEWS
July 2, 2008
FREDERICK, Md. -- Dr. Suzanne Beal, acting vice president for learning at Frederick Community College, has published the dean's list for the 2008 spring semester. Nine hundred and fifteen students achieved the designation for exemplary grade point averages. The list recognizes full-time and part-time students who have earned 12 or more credits, completed at least six credits during the semester, and earned a grade-point average of 3.5 or better. The FCC Dean's List for spring semester 2008 includes the following students.
NEWS
by LYNN F. LITTLE | February 10, 2006
A charge here, a charge there, and your holiday shopping has resulted in a stack of credit-card bills. So, how are you going to pay all those bills? Read on for some effective strategies for reducing your debt and taking control of your finances. Begin by listing all of your debts. Include the balance owed, the monthly payment and annual percentage rate. Check your credit-card statements carefully to make sure all the charges are correct, and calculate your total. Call your current card issuer and ask that they lower your interest rate.
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