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By BRENDAN KIRBY | April 16, 1998
The glossy pamphlet is either packed with helpful information or is a gross abuse of taxpayer money, depending on your point of view. As the stragglers filled out their income tax forms this week, one of the pieces of information they could have picked up is an Internal Revenue Service pamphlet titled: "Why do I have to pay taxes?" The pamphlet lists seven reasons why, ranging from the Constitution to Congress to court decisions. It also refutes arguments raised over the years by various anti-tax groups that claim the IRS and the tax code are either illegal or illegitimate.
NEWS
April 4, 1997
What are the symptoms? Debilitating fatigue unrestored by rest More intense or changed pattern of headaches Reduced short-term memory or concentration Recurrent sore throats Tender lymph nodes Muscle discomfort or pain Joint pain without swelling or redness Unrefreshing sleep - September 1996 National Institutes of Health information for physicians pamphlet
NEWS
August 27, 2011
There are different criteria for obtaining peace orders and protective orders, according to the Maryland Judiciary pamphlet "Peace and Protective Orders. " "Protective orders generally apply to people in domestic relationships," while peace orders apply to other relationships, such as feuding neighbors, abusive boyfriend or a co-worker who harasses, the pamphlet states. Protective orders Any of the following circumstances would enable a person to file for a protective order: Being a current or former spouse of the respondent.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | January 30, 1999
Washington County maintains an Economic Development Commission to promote the county and it has a chamber of commerce to sell itself to the outside world. But economic development efforts are hardly new. In 1911, area businessmen published a pamphlet that promoted the city in much the same way. The pamphlet, compiled by Clarence E. Weaver and published by the Mail Publishing Co., advertises Hagerstown as a "great manufacturing, railroad, inter-urban and distributing center.
NEWS
by DON AINES | April 1, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - In the two weeks since Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was removed, more individuals and families have been contemplating what one local attorney calls "the edge of death. " "I want my family and my son to know what my last wishes are," said Donna Lewis of Fayetteville, Pa., who called state Rep. Rob Kauffman's office Tuesday to get a pamphlet on Pennsylvania's living will and guardianship law. On Monday, about 40 people came in or made requests over the phone for the pamphlet on living wills, which are officially known as advance directives for health care.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 10, 2009
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- With the number of H1N1 cases on the rise, officials in the Borough of Greencastle want to make certain that every resident is prepared should the virus, commonly known as swine flu, come to town. Starting in late September, volunteers will go door to door distributing a pamphlet detailing prevention, preparation and proper action for dealing with the virus. Emergency Management Coordinator Ben Thomas started the initiative this week when he approached borough council for its support.
NEWS
by HEATHER KEELS | July 5, 2005
heatherk@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - Though the sun beat down and temperatures soared into the 90s, directors of the Town Museum of Williamsport donned wigs and Revolutionary War costumes Monday morning for a ceremony to honor Williamsport's founder, Brig. Gen. Otho Holland Williams, at his grave in Riverview Cemetery at 11 a.m. "This is part of what the Fourth of July is all about," said Jerry Knode, the museum's chairman, who called Williams a great hero of the Revolutionary War and said he was one of George Washington's most trusted soldiers.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | May 4, 2007
The name of the state's top elected official was wrong in a Washington County citizens' guide to government. Gov. Martin O'Malley was listed in the pamphlet as "Martin O'Malloy. " "Several thousand" copies of the guide were printed, but not with taxpayers' money, Washington County Election Director Dorothy Kaetzel said Friday. The Washington County Board of Elections gathered information for the guides, and Citicorp paid for them to be printed. Kaetzel wasn't sure of the exact cost; she said it was less than $1,000 - possibly about $300 or $400.
NEWS
By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | July 14, 2008
If you go What: Outdoor and indoor labyrinths open to the public When: The second Sunday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. Where: Unitarian Universalist Church of Hagerstown, 13245 Cearfoss Pike, Hagerstown Details: Go to www.uuhagerstownmd.org . HAGERSTOWN - Yvonne Pfoutz says she doesn't care much for that "new-age stuff. " However, a few minutes spent listening to ambient music and walking the circular path of a labyrinth does help her clear her head and relax.
OPINION
May 24, 2011
"I'm old, right? I was in Vietnam, you know, in 1966 when the Orioles won the World Series over the Dodgers. They used to give a pitcher the ball and say 'Go as far as you can.' Now today they give a pitcher a ball and say 'Give me five or six good innings, and the bullpen'll take it.' I'm watching the Orioles tonight, and after five innings this guy Tillman's winning six to nothing. They take him out of the game, they take him out in the fifth inning and bring the bullpen in, and they lose 8 to 7 to Boston.
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NEWS
August 27, 2011
There are different criteria for obtaining peace orders and protective orders, according to the Maryland Judiciary pamphlet "Peace and Protective Orders. " "Protective orders generally apply to people in domestic relationships," while peace orders apply to other relationships, such as feuding neighbors, abusive boyfriend or a co-worker who harasses, the pamphlet states. Protective orders Any of the following circumstances would enable a person to file for a protective order: Being a current or former spouse of the respondent.
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OPINION
May 24, 2011
"I'm old, right? I was in Vietnam, you know, in 1966 when the Orioles won the World Series over the Dodgers. They used to give a pitcher the ball and say 'Go as far as you can.' Now today they give a pitcher a ball and say 'Give me five or six good innings, and the bullpen'll take it.' I'm watching the Orioles tonight, and after five innings this guy Tillman's winning six to nothing. They take him out of the game, they take him out in the fifth inning and bring the bullpen in, and they lose 8 to 7 to Boston.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 10, 2009
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- With the number of H1N1 cases on the rise, officials in the Borough of Greencastle want to make certain that every resident is prepared should the virus, commonly known as swine flu, come to town. Starting in late September, volunteers will go door to door distributing a pamphlet detailing prevention, preparation and proper action for dealing with the virus. Emergency Management Coordinator Ben Thomas started the initiative this week when he approached borough council for its support.
NEWS
By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | July 14, 2008
If you go What: Outdoor and indoor labyrinths open to the public When: The second Sunday of each month from 1 to 3 p.m. Where: Unitarian Universalist Church of Hagerstown, 13245 Cearfoss Pike, Hagerstown Details: Go to www.uuhagerstownmd.org . HAGERSTOWN - Yvonne Pfoutz says she doesn't care much for that "new-age stuff. " However, a few minutes spent listening to ambient music and walking the circular path of a labyrinth does help her clear her head and relax.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | May 4, 2007
The name of the state's top elected official was wrong in a Washington County citizens' guide to government. Gov. Martin O'Malley was listed in the pamphlet as "Martin O'Malloy. " "Several thousand" copies of the guide were printed, but not with taxpayers' money, Washington County Election Director Dorothy Kaetzel said Friday. The Washington County Board of Elections gathered information for the guides, and Citicorp paid for them to be printed. Kaetzel wasn't sure of the exact cost; she said it was less than $1,000 - possibly about $300 or $400.
NEWS
July 29, 2006
Washington County Sheriff's Department deputies on Thursday handed out drinking and driving law pamphlets to 400 people who passed through the department's sobriety checkpoint on Longmeadow Road, east of Pennsylvania Avenue, according to a department press release. No one was charged with driving under the influence during the checkpoint, which was Thursday from 8 p.m. to midnight, according to the release. Two citations were issued for possession of controlled dangerous substances, according to the release.
NEWS
by HEATHER KEELS | July 5, 2005
heatherk@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - Though the sun beat down and temperatures soared into the 90s, directors of the Town Museum of Williamsport donned wigs and Revolutionary War costumes Monday morning for a ceremony to honor Williamsport's founder, Brig. Gen. Otho Holland Williams, at his grave in Riverview Cemetery at 11 a.m. "This is part of what the Fourth of July is all about," said Jerry Knode, the museum's chairman, who called Williams a great hero of the Revolutionary War and said he was one of George Washington's most trusted soldiers.
NEWS
by DON AINES | April 1, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - In the two weeks since Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was removed, more individuals and families have been contemplating what one local attorney calls "the edge of death. " "I want my family and my son to know what my last wishes are," said Donna Lewis of Fayetteville, Pa., who called state Rep. Rob Kauffman's office Tuesday to get a pamphlet on Pennsylvania's living will and guardianship law. On Monday, about 40 people came in or made requests over the phone for the pamphlet on living wills, which are officially known as advance directives for health care.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | January 30, 1999
Washington County maintains an Economic Development Commission to promote the county and it has a chamber of commerce to sell itself to the outside world. But economic development efforts are hardly new. In 1911, area businessmen published a pamphlet that promoted the city in much the same way. The pamphlet, compiled by Clarence E. Weaver and published by the Mail Publishing Co., advertises Hagerstown as a "great manufacturing, railroad, inter-urban and distributing center.
NEWS
By BRENDAN KIRBY | April 16, 1998
The glossy pamphlet is either packed with helpful information or is a gross abuse of taxpayer money, depending on your point of view. As the stragglers filled out their income tax forms this week, one of the pieces of information they could have picked up is an Internal Revenue Service pamphlet titled: "Why do I have to pay taxes?" The pamphlet lists seven reasons why, ranging from the Constitution to Congress to court decisions. It also refutes arguments raised over the years by various anti-tax groups that claim the IRS and the tax code are either illegal or illegitimate.
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