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by LAURA ERNDE | June 10, 2003
laurae@herald-mail.com Striking employees of Garden State Tanning Inc. are to return to work today now that the union has ratified a new three-year contract. Members of the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Workers voted Monday to approve the latest contract offer from management, said Harold Bock, union vice president. The 750 union workers had been on strike since June 1, immediately after a midnight deadline passed. Bock declined to give the vote count, but said a substantial number voted in favor of the contract.
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August 14, 2008
People with at least $3,000 of qualifying income in 2007 must have filed a tax return by Oct. 15, 2008, to receive a federal government refund check. That includes income from Social Security benefits, Railroad Retirement benefits and veterans' disability compensation. The Washington County Commission on Aging has scheduled two more sessions to help people file their returns: Aug. 26 at Commission on Aging office, 140 W. Franklin St., fourth floor, Hagerstown, from 10 a.m. to noon Sept.
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By DON AINES | September 10, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. As they walked off the buses onto a red carpet, the eyes of the men and women of the 324th Military Police Battalion searched the cheering, flag-waving, sign-holding crowd, looking for someone to hug - wives, husbands, children, parents, girlfriends. Family members gathered outside the Frank M. Parker U.S. Army Reserve Center, edged forward, some pushing strollers or carrying infants, to greet the soldiers on their return from more than a year in Iraq. "She's almost done," said Sgt. Cole Baker of Fayetteville, Pa., as his 8-month-old daughter, Hailey, was finishing a bottle of formula.
NEWS
July 21, 2009
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Robert Byrd, the longest serving senator in history, returned to the chamber Tuesday after being absent for more than two months due to illness. The 91-year-old West Virginia Democrat, in a now-familiar wheelchair, cast his first vote since May on an amendment to a key defense policy bill. Byrd was first elected to the Senate in 1958, and in 2006 was re-elected for a record ninth six-year term. Last November he stepped down as chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, but he remains the Senate's president pro tempore, a largely symbolic post reserved for the longest-serving member of the Senate's majority party.
NEWS
February 20, 2003
With the weekend's snow storm continuing to stack up local sporting events higher than shoveled piles, some of the colleges will attempt to get back to normalcy today. Hagerstown Community College and Shepherd College will resume their seasons with makeup games today. The HCC men's team will host Baltimore in the first round of the Maryland JuCo Conference tournament at 7 p.m. at the school's athletic complex. The game was orginally scheduled to be played Tuesday. The men's game will follow the HCC women's matchup with Howard at 5 p.m. Both HCC teams are attempting to advance to the final eight, which will be played at one site.
NEWS
August 22, 2008
Editor's Note: Each Friday, Herald-Mail reporters and editors will answer some of the questions that are called in by readers to Mail Call. Consider this us returning your call. Why haven't others been prosecuted in theft of copper? Q: Why was only one person charged in connection with city employees being told to strip copper wire. Who are the others, and why haven't they been prosecuted?" - Hagerstown A: City Finance Director Alfred Martin said municipal departments commonly sell scrap metal that is collected during projects and return the proceeds to the city.
NEWS
March 22, 2007
Gypsy moth populations have rebounded in Washington County and the surrounding areas over the last two years, and defoliation levels by the voracious leaf-eater are expected to increase substantially this year, a local official said. To help combat the destructive pest, the Washington County Forestry Board is coordinating a cooperative spray program for local landowners, board member Therese Keegan said. The board, a nonprofit citizens group devoted to promoting education and assistance in the sound use and conservation of forest resources, is planning to "contract with an aerial insecticide applicator at a rate much lower than what most individual landowners would be able to," Keegan said.
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By John O'Brien | November 14, 2008
INWOOD, W.Va. -- The Musselman football team gave coach Denny Price a pair of accomplishments this season. The first was a milestone victory that made him the winningest coach at one school in the history of West Virginia. The second was a return to the Class AAA playoffs, where the Applemen haven't been since 2001. Musselman, the 16th seed, travels to face top-ranked and undefeated South Charleston tonight. Price has led the Applemen to three state championships -- all in Class A or AA -- but suffered a long postseason drought until this season, when a 6-4 record earned them the final spot.
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by MARK KELLER | December 22, 2003
keller@herald-mail.com SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The Shepherd men's basketball team just might have found the third scoring option it's been lacking this season. Chad Myers came off the bench to go 13-for-15 from the field Saturday - including 6 of 8 from 3-point range - and finished with 34 points as the Rams spoiled the return of Hood College coach Tom Dickman to his alma mater by beating the Blazers 95-71 at the Butcher Athletic Center. "A lot of people might have been surprised by Chad's shooting today, but we weren't," Shepherd coach Ken Tyler said.
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