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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | July 23, 2010
Hagerstown residents are "frustrated with the representation they have" in Annapolis, state delegate candidate Cort Meinelschmidt said. "No one's paying attention to them," he said. Meinelschmidt -- a Republican running against Del. John P. Donoghue -- said Maryland, under Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley, has been driving away new business through excessive taxation. Meinelschmidt, a financial adviser at Centra Bank, said Maryland has one of the worst business climates in the country largely because of its taxes.
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BUSINESS
September 20, 2011
Name of business: Sentinel Capital Solutions     Owners: Cort Meinelschmidt and Chelsea Miller                       Address: 38 S. Potomac St., Suite 304, Hagerstown (above Bulls & Bears restaurant) Opening date: July 8, 2011 Products and services: Financial services including retirement income planning, wealth management, estate planning, educational planning, business continuation, trust services, portfolio management, advisory services, life insurance and long-term-care insurance.Through WFG Investments Inc., alternative investments, mutual funds, annuities, stocks, bonds, treasuries and structured CDs are offered.
NEWS
July 29, 1998
photo: KEVIN G. GILBERT / staff photographer enlarge By CLYDE FORD / Staff Writer, Charles Town MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Cash payment or annuity? With the Powerball jackpot at $250 million, a lot of people are contemplating whether they would want a one-time payment of $137 million or if they want $250 million spread out over 25 years. Financial and legal experts are split over which is best. --cont from front page -- "I like the cash payment.
NEWS
By BOB POOR | November 25, 2009
Q: My husband and I are looking forward to early retirement at age 55. We have been told that there is a Web site dedicated to early retirement strategies authored by a successful early retiree. So far, we have not had any luck coming up with it. Any ideas? A: You might be referring to John Greaney, P.E., who offers a site called "The Retire Early Home Page - the online magazine for people who used to work for a living. " In his words, "Retire Early shows you how to look out for your interests and make sure nobody yanks the yoke right out of your retirement nest egg. " The site offers a variety of early retirement-related topics, starting with a Discussion Board Forum Index.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | August 18, 2013
The Waynesboro Area School Board will be refinancing debt, but it expects the savings realized from the effort will be less than in the past. The district will refinance $8.6 million in principal in the coming months. The debt represents one of four bond issues done to obtain money for the $46 million expansion and renovation of Waynesboro Area Senior High School. The school board already refinanced the other three bond issues, experiencing significant savings due to lower interest rates in recent years.
OPINION
November 10, 2011
Redistricting unfair to Western Maryland To the editor: Oftentimes, radical left-wing groups surface, like the folks who want to do away with the Electoral College. The college keeps our president from being elected solely by big population centers.   But that is just what is going to happen to my native Allegany County after redistricting. Voters from downstate will elect their representative. The people of Allegany and Garrett counties - the real folks, not the government employee weekenders - their votes won't count.
NEWS
February 21, 2005
BB&T Bank FREDERICK, Md. - Susan L. Cline recently was promoted to vice president and named regional mortgage manager for the Potomac Region of BB&T Bank. Cline joined the bank in 1994 with the merger of Frederick County National Bank. She previously served as financial service representative, assistant branch manager and consumer loan officer. She joined the BB&T mortgage team in 2001 as a mortgage loan officer. She received the Top Client Service Award in 2002 and was awarded the highest MLO cross-sale award in the Top Performers Club and Sterling Performers Club in 2003.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | July 2, 2006
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail will run "A Life Remembered. " This continuing series will take a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Bradley Lynn Cottrill, who died June 20 at the age of 44. His obituary appeared in the June 25 edition of The Herald-Mail. In April 2000, Bradley L. Cottrill penned "A Father's Wish" for his son, Bryan, who was then not a year old. At the June 27 celebration of Brad's life - cut short by cancer at age 44 - that poem graced the memorial program.
NEWS
by MARK KELLER | October 21, 2002
keller@herald-mail.com Terrell Owens called it a way of celebrating. Whatever. By now, everybody has seen how the San Francisco 49ers receiver "celebrated" Monday night. After scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks, Owens pulled a pen from his sock, signed the football and tossed it to his financial adviser in the stands. That's what I call spontaneity. For a guy who claims to have the best interests of the team at heart, Owens does love having the spotlight all to himself.
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