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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhether or not malarkey was spewed out in the first and only vice presidential debate Thursday between Congressman Paul Ryan and Vice President Joe Biden, area residents still were willing to give their take on it Friday. “Biden had much more...
email@example.comEndangering Big Bird turned out not to be a huge issue for some local political officials and other area residents, who said that Republican Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate Wednesday night against Democratic President Barack Obama. “...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown Rescue Mission has on occasion accepted people convicted of violent crimes in other jurisdictions, a move that has prompted local officials to question and criticize the practice. Hagerstown Police Chief Arthur Smith said last week that the...
Tags: Prisons, Health, Safety of Citizens, Government, Trials
email@example.comMaryland Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, took a page out of President Obama’s 2008 campaign playbook Friday to describe Mitt Romney’s speech Thursday night at the Republican National Convention. “The speech was filled with...
Tags: Paul Ryan, Tampa, Marco Rubio, White House, Condoleezza Rice
firstname.lastname@example.orgKristin B. Aleshire is pressing for answers about an 11th-hour robocall that attacked him before the Washington County commissioners election nearly two years ago. Aleshire said he wants the state to enforce election laws that still haven’t been...
email@example.comThe just-finished debate over whether Maryland should legalize table games and add a sixth casino cut through political parties and county delegations. Of the six Republicans representing Washington County in Annapolis, three voted in favor of the...
With a bit of math and a few clicks of a mouse, state Democrats transformed a once-sleepy congressional district in Western Maryland last week into one of the most closely watched political battlegrounds in the nation. Hours after Gov. Martin O'Malley...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal Republicans are crying foul over a proposed congressional redistricting plan that would radically redraw District 6 — currently represented by Republican Rep. Roscoe Bartlett — to include much of Democrat-heavy Montgomery County. "I...
email@example.comState lawmakers representing Washington County suspect they’ll be called back to Annapolis for a special session on budget matters. But they say three months should have been enough for the legislature to finish its work. It should never have...
Celebrating and protesting As Gov. Martin O’Malley traveled to and from the new Maryland State Police barrack near Hagerstown on Monday, protesters waved signs expressing their displeasure with three O’Malley-backed measures — in-state...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe newest attempt to legalize marriage in Maryland for gay couples advanced a step on Tuesday — Valentine’s Day — as two committees voted to send a bill to the full House of Delegates. The Judiciary Committee and the Health and...
Tags: Family, George C. Edwards, Referenda, Ronald N. Young, Lobbying
email@example.comA state contract for building maintenance supplies was questioned on Thursday by local business representatives who said they can do better. Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, is trying to pass a bill to let state agencies drop out of cooperative...
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