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March 20, 1997
Blacklit, glow-in-the-dark atmosphere adds striking dimension to an old sport By ELLEN LYON Staff Writer Some bowlers are prone to do a little dance when they get a "turkey," or three strikes in a row. But late on a Friday or Saturday night at Long Meadow Bowl on Leitersburg Pike bowlers can be found doing the chicken, the Macarena or any number of other line dances while laser lights flash, music blares and fog rolls across...
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By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | October 22, 1998
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The body of 7-year-old Jessica Newell did not show signs of sexual intercourse, a forensic pathologist testified Wednesday during the trial of her uncle in Berkeley County Circuit Court. --cont. from news page -- But an autopsy revealed evidence the girl's clothes were off at some point in the attack and there were two small bruises in her genital area, State Medical Examiner James L. "Jack" Frost said. Michael Newell, 40, of 2105 Winchester Ave., is charged with kidnapping and murdering the Martinsburg girl, who disappeared Sept.
NEWS
March 21, 2001
Bowling tourney to help Big Brothers Big Sisters By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg Big Brothers Big Sisters in Franklin County still needs a few more teams to round out its Bowl For Kids Sake roster later this month. There are about a dozen slots for four- or five-person teams available, said Carey Nunn, Big Brothers Big Sisters area coordinator. Bowl For Kids Sake is the primary fund-raiser for the group, which has been matching at-risk children aged 7 to 16 with adult role models since 1997 in Franklin County.
NEWS
March 21, 2001
Franklin Co. Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks bowlers By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg Big Brothers Big Sisters in Franklin County still needs a few more teams to round out its Bowl For Kids Sake roster later this month. There are about a dozen slots for four- or five-person teams available, said Carey Nunn, Big Brothers Big Sisters area coordinator. Bowl For Kids Sake is the primary fund-raiser for the group, which has been matching at-risk children aged 7 to 16 with adult role models since 1997 in Franklin County.
NEWS
by BONNIE HELLUM BRECHBILL | March 31, 2003
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Sherry Harbel of St. Thomas bowled with a very special teammate Saturday, her "little sister," Ashley, 10. Harbel, a secretary, has been a "big sister" since November, and meets with Ashley once a week to go bowling, shopping or out to eat. Ashley, a Chambersburg fourth-grader, said she likes to go to Harbel's house and go shopping. Harbel and Ashley were matched up through the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program of Franklin County. They bowled with two other teammates at Nellie Fox Bowl at the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl for Kids' Sake fund-raiser.
NEWS
by RICHARD F. BELISLE | April 28, 2005
waynesboro@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - By late afternoon Wednesday, Jim Hendershot and his wrecking machine were more than halfway through the goal of tearing down an old bowling alley at 406 E. Main St. Hendershot, an employee of Charles E. Brake Co. Inc. in St. Thomas Pa., and Hagerstown, began eating into the empty building with his machine's big steel claw Wednesday morning. By late afternoon, more than half of the building was lying in a pile of twisted steel, broken cement blocks and smashed wood.
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | March 16, 2007
WASHINGTON COUNTY - A Moose's mid-winter migration north has the owner of a new restaurant and an official at the social club feeling bullish about the future. Moose lodge administrator Mike Stumbaugh said few changes have been made since Funkstown's Moose lodge moved in January into the former Eclipse Nite Club - a one-time bowling alley - at 19330 Leitersburg Pike. At Next Dimensions, a new restaurant, lounge and party center at the former Funkstown Moose lodge, owner Brad Sheldon said business was booming.
NEWS
by DON AINES | October 16, 2003
chambersburg@herald-mail.com SCOTLAND, Pa. - A little star power never hurts in helping to raise funds for a good cause, so Howard Bachman made use of his old school ties to draw a four-star name to kick off the $2.1 million capital campaign for Scotland School for Veterans' Children. Retired Gen. Barry R. McCaffrey, who led the 24th Infantry Division during the first Persian Gulf War and was drug czar during the Clinton administration, is the honorary co-chairman for the campaign and a former West Point classmate of Bachman, who is superintendent of the 108-year-old school for the children of veterans.
NEWS
December 18, 1998
By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer, Waynesboro photo: RIC DUGAN / staff photographer GREENCASTLE, Pa. - James H. Craig Jr.'s mother was a keeper. Because of that, said Craig, 64, a Greencastle dentist, most of the toys he played with as a child were put away in the attic of the house in which he grew up at 305 W. Washington St. On Tuesday night, Craig was in his living room at 45 N. Carlisle St. surrounded by his toys and memories of a childhood a half-century ago. [cont.
NEWS
By BONNIE H. BRECHBILL | April 9, 2006
WAYNESBORO, Pa. Ryan Markle had a lot of friends. They gathered at Sunshine Lanes on Saturday, 16 months after he died in a car crash at age 17, to remember him and to raise funds for the Ryan Markle Memorial Education Fund. A senior at Smithsburg High School at the time of his death, Ryan was a popular boy who was good with computers, said his mother, Diana Markle. "We were encouraging him to go to Hagerstown Community College for computers," she said. More than 70 friends, family members and others bowled three games for $10, $7 of which went to the scholarship fund, Markle said.
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