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News | August 15, 1997
By MARLO BARNHART Staff Writer The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has upheld the conviction and 30-year prison sentence of Timothy Lorne Massie for the strangulation death of his estranged wife on Valentine's Day 1995. Massie, 33, of Hagerstown, was given the maximum sentence for second-degree murder Oct. 25 in Washington County Circuit Court. At the trial, the prosecution chipped away at other possible scenarios for the slaying of Debra K. Massie. Rings were left on the victim's fingers and gold jewelry was untouched in her bedroom, ruling out robbery.
NEWS
by DON AINES | August 26, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - No body or murder weapon were found and the physical evidence consisted primarily of two shell casings found 14 years apart at different locations, making the 1985 disappearance of Melvin Snyder a perfect case for "Forensic Files. " The disappearance of the Greencastle, Pa., man and the investigation, trial and conviction of Ronald W. Harshman were featured in an episode Wednesday night on Court TV. Franklin County District Attorney John F. Nelson and Assistant District Attorney Angela Krom, who together prosecuted the case, were told by producers the show would air tonight.
NEWS
By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | November 28, 2000
Two dead in Noland Village shooting A 22-year-old mother of two was shot to death by her boyfriend, who then turned the gun on himself at her Noland Village apartment Monday morning, according to authorities. continued Twyna Lee Katherine Stubbs and Craig Allen Hess, 23, of 300 Garden Drive in West Virginia, were found dead in an upstairs rear bedroom of her 1000-E Noland Village apartment around 11:40 a.m. Monday, Hagerstown City Police Chief Arthur Smith said.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | July 26, 2003
andrews@herald-mail.com Ten Berkeley County, W.Va., residents affiliated with an outlaw motorcycle gang dealt illegal drugs at local bars and restaurants and some armed themselves with firearms, it was charged in a federal indictment released Friday. Ronald Carl Coleman Sr., 54, of 138 Hatchery Road, Inwood, was allegedly the vice president of the West Virginia chapter of the Warlocks Motorcycle Club, and Kirk Hutzler, of 413 Cherry Run Road, Hedgesville, was the treasurer, the indictment alleges.
NEWS
By BRYN MICKLE and DON AINESs | March 3, 1999
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Police inspections of two adult bookstores have placed a Boonsboro man at odds with authorities in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Blaine W. Smiley, 60, has been given three weeks to bring the Adult Choice Bookstore near Chambersburg, Pa. into compliance with state codes after police shut the store down last week. Police cited Smiley and three of the Chambersburg store's employees after finding violations in the store, including adult video booths with holes in the walls between them and interior door locks on the booths.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | September 16, 2002
katec@herald-mail.com There were 23,110 casualties at the battle of Antietam. The Civil War - skirmishes, battles and disease - took the lives of more than 610,000 Union and Confederate soldiers. Beyond the mind-numbing numbers are the personal stories of families and communities affected by the fighting. What effect did the war have on women - the wives, the mothers, the sisters, the friends of those soldiers? The war's impact on some women of the period is well-known.
NEWS
August 30, 2000
Ex-Steeler still got game in Hagerstown By ANDREA BROWN-HURLEY / Staff Writer photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer A two-time Super Bowl alumnus now tackles his job at a Hagerstown supermarket. Mike Collier, 46, was a member of the dominant Pittsburgh Steelers football team from 1974 to 1977. The Hagerstown resident was recently pictured in a Sports Illustrated magazine spread entitled, "The Champs of '75 - Where are They Now?" You'll find Collier working the overnight shift as the maintenance supervisor at Martin's grocery store on Dual Highway, spending time with his family, and sharing his love of football with area kids.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | August 30, 2009
Editor's note: Click on the audio links below the photo at right to hear excerpts of recordings made by paranormal investigators inside The Maryland Theatre HAGERSTOWN -- Paranormal investigators who spent time at The Maryland Theatre into the wee hours of the morning say they found evidence of paranormal activity, and some who work at the theater say an audio recording has made believers out of them. The investigators would not go so far as to say the theater is haunted, but said sounds they recorded when they spent more than five hours at the theater in July make them want to return to collect more evidence.
ENTERTAINMENT
By BOB GARVER | Special to The Herald-Mail | March 7, 2011
Don't be fooled by the kid-friendly PG rating attached to "Rango. " Don't be fooled by the kid-friendly Nickelodeon Studios logo attached to the film. Don't be fooled by the ads that paint "Rango" as a kid-friendly animated film with a cute chameleon lead. "Rango" is not kid-friendly. Don't be fooled into taking your family to see it.   The film opens with an unnamed chameleon (voiced by Johnny Depp) living a life of contentment inside his terrarium. The terrarium is in the back of a car, the car hits a bump, the terrarium goes flying, it shatters and the chameleon is left stranded in a desert in the middle of nowhere.
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