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News | By JENNIFER FITCH and waynesboro@herald-mail.com | April 28, 2013
Sandra Volneck has faced many challenges over the years, but the hardest thing she ever had to do was look at her 15-year-old daughter's battered, lifeless body before closing the casket and burying her. “I wouldn't wish that on nobody. I'll never get over it,” Volneck said last week. “Never.” Twenty-nine years later and recovering from surgery for lung cancer, Volneck still does not know who killed her only child. Maryland State Police recovered Lorraine “Lori” Zimmerman's body from a wooded area outside Boonsboro in April 1984.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE, Waynesboro | May 27, 1999
CARLISLE, Pa. - A Florida truck driver was unwrapping a piece of candy Tuesday night when his rig plowed into a line of slower traffic on Interstate 81, claiming the lives of three people, including two from Waynesboro, Pa., authorities said Thursday. [cont. from front page ] The crash has prompted State Rep. Jeff Coy, R-Franklin, to ask Pennsylvania State Police to beef up patrols on I-81 in the Carlisle and Chambersburg areas. Jesse Roy Coble, 59, of Deland, Fla., was charged with three counts of vehicular homicide, driving a vehicle at an unsafe speed and careless driving in the 10:45 p.m. accident, according to Cumberland County District Justice records.
NEWS
November 13, 2012
Families wishing to apply to receive gifts for their children this holiday season can register with Chambersburg's Marine Toys for Tots Foundation from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday. Registration will be held at the Marine Corps League at 450 Grant St., according to a news release. Several events have been planned to help generate support for the mission. An all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner will be held at the Marine Corps League from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28. Special activities are also scheduled at M&S Harley-Davidson, 160 Falling Spring Rd, and Your Barber Shop, 512 Lincoln Way East.
OPINION
By THOMAS A. FIREY | February 20, 2011
Feb. 6 would have been Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday. To honor him, this column celebrates that great champion of deregulation, that reinvigorator of the American economy, that believer in Adam Smith’s invisible hand: Jimmy Carter. Yes, Carter. It was the peanut farmer from Georgia who pushed the United States toward a market economy, not the one-time actor from California. Reagan certainly shared Carter’s vision on deregulation, embracing with bravado policies that Carter launched with grim solemnity.
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