June 29, 2011
The Maryland Shakespeare Festival (MSF), which has a growing presence in the Frederick arts community, is adding Baltimore to its production schedule. MSF will perform William Shakespeare's "As You Like It" with a cast of professional actors, today through Saturday, July 2, and Wednesday, July 6, through Sunday, July 10, at Johns Hopkins' Evergreen Museum & Library Meadow, 4545 N. Charles Street in Baltimore. Tickets cost $20; $15 for military and seniors; $10 for students or a family package of four tickets for $55. Gates open at 6 p.m.; pre-show at 7:20 p.m.; main show begins at 8 p.m. Tickets can be purchased through the Maryland Shakespeare Festival website at www.mdshkes.org/summer-tour.
August 27, 2004
In March, when the Baltimore school system was looking for a $42 million loan to bail it out of some poor financial decisions, we said that Maryland ought to put some tough conditions on any loan. We also said that state education officials, who should have been paying closer attention to Baltimore's descent into a flood of red ink, needed a shake-up of their own. They may get it sooner than they anticipated. Last week, Circuit Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan issued a 70-page ruling, which said the state should increase its contribution to the Baltimore schools by $225 million in the next four years.
August 13, 2012
A 22-year-old Hancock woman who was flown to a Baltimore hospital Monday morning after her vehicle struck the back of a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 has been released, a hospital spokesman said. Elizabeth Hinckle was released from the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Medical Center in Baltimore at about 5 p.m. Monday, the spokesman said. Maryland State Police troopers said Hinckle was driving a 2005 Kia east on I-70 at about 3:40 a.m. when her car struck the rear of a tractor-trailer near the 4-mile marker east of Hancock.
January 11, 2001
Hawks beat Baltimore BALTIMORE - The Hagerstown Community College women's basketball team used a total team effort to open up a big first-half lead and cruise to a 79-53 Maryland JuCo victory over Community College of Baltimore. The Hawks shot a season-best 46 percent from the floor, grabbed 49 team rebounds and recorded 25 team assists as 11 players scored for HCC. Robin Curley and Tiffany Tucker had 12 points apiece to lead HCC (6-5, 4-2 conference). "We had a hard-fought win on Monday in overtime," said coach Marlys Palmer.
August 24, 2012
A 19-year-old Williamsport woman was flown to a Baltimore hospital Thursday night after she was burned on her face, upper torso and leg when somebody threw alcohol on a campfire , the Maryland State Fire Marshal's Office said. The woman, whose name was not released, was flown to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center to be treated for second-degree burns to her face, right shoulder, right arm and left leg, according to a fire marshal's office news release. Authorities said the woman was burned when someone threw alcohol on a campfire at the KOA campgrounds at 11759 Snug Harbor Lane in Williamsport.
November 17, 2009
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Baltimore 89, HCC 47 BALTIMORE -- Ciara Lucas had 28 points and Ashley Jones added 16, and Baltimore (2-0, 1-0 Maryland JuCo) held the Hawks without a single player in double digits. Laquita Jones led Hagerstown (4-3, 1-1) with nine points and 13 rebounds, while Miranda Payne added seven points and four assists. Baltimore 89, HCC 47 HAGERSTOWN (4-3, 1-1) Payne 2 3-4 7, Wishard 2 1-2 5, Baum 0 2-3 2, Wills 2 2-4 7, Caldwell 2 3-7 6, Ambush 1 3-4 5, Jones 3 0-0 9, Bare 2 0-0 4. Totals 14 15-24 47. BALTIMORE (2-0, 1-0)
November 8, 2003
Hagerstown Community College basketball coach Kenny Keyes won't exactly be bragging about the Hawks' season opener. About the only satisfying thing about the whole experience was the Hawks pulled out a 74-68 win over Baltimore Friday night in the first round of the Region XX Hall of Fame Tournament at the HCC athletic complex. "We had first-game jitters," Keyes said. "We made 21 turnovers, we missed 25 layups in the paint and we still came away with a win. I don't know if that is a good thing or a bad thing.
October 31, 1997
By MARLO BARNHART Staff Writer A Baltimore-area woman who saw news reports about the theft of Jeff Hasenbuhler's motorized wheelchair decided to give her own wheelchair to the Hagerstown youth. "I have another chair, a manual one, so I thought this young man could use my motorized one," Mary Bond of Carney, Md., said Thursday afternoon. Bond, who has multiple sclerosis, said hearing that someone had taken the wheelchair of 16-year-old Hasenbuhler, who has cerebral palsy, touched her heart.
May 4, 2008
Mrs. Beck's third-grade class at Salem Avenue Elementary School visited the Science Center in Baltimore and took The Herald-Mail along. The students included Tiffany Kitchen, Nia Hart, Tion Smith, Jason Green, Caroline Eddy, Samantha Van Pelt, Jackie Bladen and David Webb III.