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News | By JENNIFER FITCH and waynesboro@herald-mail.com | September 6, 2012
A Maugansville man who testified 11 years ago that Ronald Harshman told him where he dumped a body claimed in court Thursday that he lied. “You've never spoken to (Harshman) in your life?” an attorney asked. “No, I haven't,” Keith Granlun said. As Harshman's attorney seeks a new trial, he is trying to demonstrate witnesses perjured themselves in July 2001 in exchange for special consideration from the Franklin County (Pa.) District Attorney's office. Harshman was convicted of first-degree murder in the presumed death of Melvin Elwood Snyder, whose body was never found.
NEWS
June 22, 1997
From Staff and AP reports CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - Miss Berkeley County, Traci Staley, was again a runner-up Saturday night in the Miss West Virginia Scholarship Pageant. Miss North Central Eisa Krushansky of Morgantown was crowned Miss West Virginia in competition with 16 other young women. Krushansky won preliminary swimsuit and talent competitions earlier in the week. Pageant winners won about $20,000 in cash scholarships, pageant executive director Jan Hinkle said. Krushansky will compete in the Miss America Scholarship Pageant in Atlantic City in September.
LIFESTYLE
BY TIFFANY ARNOLD | tiffanya@herald-mail.com | February 13, 2011
Those butterflies in your stomach, the flush of heat to your cheeks, that inexplicable longing for your honey bunny — each is the result of a biochemical cocktail of hormones swirling in your head. As it turns out, it's the systems in your brain, not the trajectory of Cupid's arrow, that conspire to create the feelings we recognize as romantic love, says author, anthropologist and biologist Helen Fisher. "There are more nerve cells in the brain than there are stars in the Milky Way," said Fisher, who chatted with The Herald-Mail ahead of her lecture, "Lust, Romance & Attachment: The Science of Love and Whom We Choose," at the Maryland Science Center in Baltimore.
NEWS
By CRYSTAL SCHELLE | crystal.schelle@herald-mail.com | July 23, 2012
Justin Warner would like to clear up one thing: He doesn't wear lipstick. For some reason, judges on “The Next Food Network Star” were nearly as obsessed with Warner's red mouth as they were about his food. Lately, the only thing that's been painted on Warner's lips has been a smile. On Sunday night, Warner was named “The Next Food Network Star,” catapulting his career from self-taught chef to standing alongside other “cheflebrities.” Warner, a Hagerstown native, is now based in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he runs his restaurant, Do or Dine.
NEWS
By DON AINES | May 10, 2000
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A criminal conspiracy charge against Ronald W. Harshman was dismissed Wednesday, but he will wait a week to find out if a criminal homicide charge stemming from the 1985 disappearance of a Greencastle, Pa., man will be bound over for court. cont. from news page Harshman, 51, of 11807 Clearview Road, Hagerstown, has been held without bond since April 11, when Pennsylvania State Police charged him in the death of 42-year-old Melvin E. Snyder on May 25, 1985.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@hrald-mail.com | June 24, 2012
Since January 2011, when three Catholic monks of the Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem monastery rented the former Methodist parsonage and reopened the vacant St. James Catholic Church next door, strains of Gregorian chants and Latin liturgy have wafted over that bit of South George Street on Sunday mornings. The monks, or as they prefer, canons, might appear to be a downtown oddity in their hooded black-and-white habits and tonsure haircuts, but they are on a mission of bringing their old-time pre-Vatican Latin religion to 21st-century Charles Town.
NEWS
Chad Smith | July 20, 2012
If you've ever had a conversation with me, you'd learn quickly I am a fact freak. I've got a head full of little annoying facts that would probably only be good for an appearance on "Jeopardy. " So today, I'm going to share with you some of the completely random fitness facts that float around in my brain on a regular basis, so in turn you can relay them to your friends at completely random times. It will make you sound brilliant, and you might actually get to meet my favorite Canadian, Alex Trebek.
NEWS
by ARV VOSS/Motor Matters | July 15, 2005
Harley-Davidson has commemorated anniversaries before with special edition models, but I don't recall in recent history a specific model that celebrated its own anniversary. The Motor Company alters that history with the FLSTFI Fat Boy 15th Anniversary edition bike. Harley produced a limited number of Screamin' Eagle Fat Boys for the 2005 model year, but the 15th anniversary bike isn't a product of the Custom Vehicle Operation Screamin' Eagle lineup. Despite that fact, the 15th Anniversary Fat Boy is a limited edition bike that comes stock with a motor that's a full 100cc bigger - 1550cc to be exact.
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