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November 17, 2006
The Smithsburg Area Church Association will conduct its annual community Thanksgiving Eve service at St. Peter's (Beard's) Lutheran Church, on Old Forge Road near Old Forge School. The service will begin at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. David C. Baker will be the speaker for this service. Holy Communion will be celebrated. Churches participating will be Trinity Lutheran, St. Paul's Methodist, St. Ann's Episcopal, Mt. Moriah Lutheran (Foxville), Mt. Bethel Methodist (Foxville), Leitersburg Free Lutheran, St. Paul's Lutheran (Greensburg)
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by JULIE E. GREENE | October 8, 2003
Washington County Commissioners Vice President William J. Wivell doesn't yet know whether his job with Allegheny Energy Inc. will be transferred to Greensburg, Pa., he said Tuesday. If asked to relocate, Wivell said, "Obviously, it will be a very difficult decision for me to make. There would have to be a big incentive to move to Greensburg. " Allegheny Energy Inc. spokesman Guy Fletcher said Tuesday that the company will relocate its finance and accounting positions in Washington County, and employees from some other departments, to the company's Greensburg office by March 1. Wivell is a regulatory specialist at Allegheny's corporate headquarters in the regulation and rates division.
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by JULIE E. GREENE | October 8, 2003
julieg@herald-mail.com Allegheny Energy Inc.'s corporate headquarters will remain in Washington County even though more than half of the jobs there are expected to be transferred to Greensburg, Pa., by March 1, a company spokesman said Tuesday. The energy utility is consolidating its finance and accounting offices in Greensburg, which is southeast of Pittsburgh, said Allegheny spokesman Guy Fletcher. Positions from some other divisions at the headquarters also will move to Greensburg, but most of the jobs are in finance and accounting, he said.
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