By JENNYLYNN BROWN
Drivers in downtown Hagerstown had to rely on their manners to travel on some streets after a traffic signal wiring problem disrupted many intersections Thursday night.
All traffic lights on Locust Street, Mulberry Street and East Avenue - and some on Baltimore and Antietam streets - were on the blink, said Dale Poffenberger, Street Department supervisor for the City of Hagerstown.
"The first call was for Locust Street, and it expanded to other streets," he said. "It was a signal problem. They all went on `flash.'"