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by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | December 5, 2006
Town receives audit report BOONSBORO - The town of Boonsboro received a "clean" audit report during Monday evening's town meeting. The report given by representatives from Smith, Elliott, Kearns & Co. was for fiscal year 2006. "The finances of the town look good, and that's always a positive sign," said Mayor Charles "Skip" Kauffman Jr. Flagpoles approved BOONSBORO - Boonsboro Town Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve the purchase of 25 flagpoles.
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October 29, 2006
WILLIAMSPORT - Despite the chill in the air Saturday morning, 24 motorcyclists showed up at Harley-Davidson & Buell of Williamsport for the third annual 50-mile Marine Corps League Toys for Tots ride. "We raised just shy of $1,200," said Robin Brown, administrative assistant at the motorcycle company. Brown said a number of people paid the $15 registration fee and didn't ride. Some also paid $10 and donated a toy. Several dozen toys had been collected by day's end. Adding to the money taken in was proceeds from raffles, with prizes including a Dentler Brothers' cedar chest and a Harley-Davidson leather jacket.
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June 9, 1999
The American Cancer Society raised about $67,000 in its fourth annual Relay for Life at School Stadium at South Hagerstown High School. About 500 people participated in the relay, which began at 3 p.m. Friday and ended at 3 p.m. Saturday. This year's pledges were $17,000 more than the amount pledged last year, according to June Datum, administrative assistant at the Hagerstown office. Participants were divided into 30 teams of from eight to 15 people. Each team collected donations for taking part in the 24-hour relay.
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by STACEY DANZUSO | December 18, 2002
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG - The driver of the pickup truck that sparked a multivehicle collision that killed a local teacher and his wife Friday tested positive for alcohol and drugs, Pennsylvania State Police said Tuesday. Sabrina L. Whitsel, 28, of Shippensburg, Pa., had a blood alcohol content of .18 percent and tested positive for marijuana, Trooper Craig Finkle said in a press release Tuesday. In Pennsylvania, a driver is considered intoxicated if the blood alcohol content is .1 percent or greater.
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April 22, 2003
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Holly Burkett, administrative assistant for the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce, said Monday the Chamber still is looking for photographs of local servicemen and servicewomen serving in the war in Iraq to place in the Chamber office's front window at 217 E. Baltimore St. The families of four local servicemen already have placed photos in the window, Burkett said. They include the families of Matthew Jansen, 25, a 1997 Greencastle-Antrim High School graduate, now a helicopter crewman aboard an ammunition supply ship attached to the battle group of the aircraft carrier USS Harry Truman.
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October 29, 2005
Houser-Nalley Joni Mae Houser and Anthony Duane Nalley Jr. of Hagerstown announce their engagement. Miss Houser is the daughter of Carol Houser and John Eader Jr. of Boonsboro. She is a 2005 graduate of Williamsport High School. She is employed by Houser's Produce Farm in Sharpsburg. Mr. Nalley is the son of Anthony Nalley Sr. of Hagers-town and Tammy Sword of Clear Spring. He is a 2001 graduate of Williamsport High School. He is employed as an architectural grinder with Hagerstown Block in Hagers-town.
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February 7, 2004
Alderton-Beatty Tina Marie Beatty and John Reber Alderton Jr. were married Saturday, Nov. 29, 2003, at the Dunker Church at Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg. The bride is the daughter of Rose Smith of Hagerstown. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Alderton Sr. of Cumberland, Md. The bride attended South Hagerstown High School. She is employed as an administrative assistant with Arc of Washington County Inc. The bridegroom is a 1973 graduate of Bishop Walsh High School in Cumberland, Md., and received a bachelor of science degree in radio, TV and film from University of Maryland, College Park in 1977.
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By MARLO BARNHART | June 21, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - As the sign naming the bridge over Interstate 81 at City Hospital for Dr. C. Vincent Townsend Sr. was unveiled Friday afternoon, the veteran physician said he truly was humbled by the gesture. "I am honored beyond words," Townsend, 85, said to multiple standing ovations. But he hastened to add that many of the 150-plus who attended the event also played a role in securing the shortcut to Martinsburg's only hospital eight years ago. Detached from the interstate it abuts, City Hospital had been accessible only by narrow back roads.
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By MARLO BARNHART | June 20, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- As the sign naming the bridge over Interstate 81 at City Hospital for Dr. C. Vincent Townsend Sr. was unveiled Friday afternoon, the veteran physician said he truly was humbled by the gesture. "I am honored beyond words," Townsend, 85, said to multiple standing ovations. But he hastened to add that many of the 150-plus who attended the event also played a role in securing the shortcut to Martinsburg's only hospital eight years ago. Detached from the interstate it abuts, City Hospital only had been accessible by narrow back roads.
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by MARLO BARNHART | December 13, 2004
marlob@herald-mail.com CLEAR SPRING - When Roberta Yetter's three children were youngsters, she enjoyed being a stay-at-home mom and participating in their club and school activities. When they got older, she started doing a little typing for the Washington County office of the University of Maryland Cooperative Extension. Little did she know then that she would one day parlay her experiences as a 4-H leader and that typing assignment into a full-time position as an administrative assistant at the agency.
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