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April 26, 2012
1. Got the 'Lovesick Blues' Robbie Limon will portray Hank Williams Sr. at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at Greencastle-Antrim High School auditorium, 300 S. Ridge Ave., Greencastle, Pa. Tickets cost $20 and are available at the Chamber office, Carl's Drug Store and Studio II in Greencastle, Pa. Following the show a buffet pit-roasted pork dinner will be held. Cost is $10. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Call 717-597-4610, email or go to . 2. For the birds Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor a morning birdwalk led by Jon Boone and Janet Ardam.
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | October 2, 2009
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Friday marked a first for Greencastle when it welcomed a band, beer, bratwurst, businesses and area artists for an Oktoberfest celebration of First Friday. The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce together with the Greencastle Area Arts Council have been bringing artists downtown for the monthly celebration since March. The event promotes downtown merchants while also showcasing artists and performers, former Chamber Director Bill Gour said. After six months, it was time to take First Friday to a new level, said Marissa Pinto-Burt, the de facto chair of the event.
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | November 20, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- The recently closed Golden Corral restaurant on Pa. 16 next to the Wayne Heights Mall will reopen in December under the direction of Jeff Donald, the restaurant's former longtime owner. On Nov. 3, the restaurant closed its doors to "reorganize," apologizing to the community and its employees in signs posted on the front windows. The signs blamed the unstable economy, the rise of food costs and the financial meltdown of the banking industry as reasons for the closure.
December 24, 2009
After Christmas has come and gone, there's the fact that the Single-Digits Decade is almost over, and it's time to ring in 2010. Short on plans? Not sure what's happening on Dec. 31? The Herald-Mail has rounded up a few events that might help you answer the question, "What are you doing on New Year's Eve?" Compiled by Tiffany Arnold 'That Holiday Feeling' Washington County Playhouse and Dinner Theatre finishes its run of "That Holiday Feeling," with a New Year's Eve show.
August 27, 2002
Club meetings Sons and Daughters of Italy-Dan DiMucci Lodge 2465 Tuesday, Aug. 27, 7 p.m., Tony's Italian Restaurant, 14224 Pennsylvania Ave., Hagerstown. Tickets are available for the 21st Columbus Day banquet Oct. 12 at Four Points Sheraton, Dual Highway, Hagerstown, featuring the Sounds of Sinatra with Mickey Light, the Monaldi Brothers Band and a buffet. For ticket or membership information, call Dominick Filippissi, 301-739-1678; or send e-mail to jimdfilippi@aol.
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | December 27, 2007
New Year's Eve events in the Tri-State area will be a mix of standard revelry, stage performances and family fun. Dinner packages and live performances abound in Hagerstown and West Virginia. Family friendly community celebrations will be held in parts of Pennsylvania. Shippensburg, Pa., residents can watch the anchor drop ? getting "Ship" off to a good start in 2008 ? for the borough's yearly Drop the Anchor event, which offers children's activities, live performances and the countdown to 2008.
by JENNIFER FITCH | June 16, 2006
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Come October, one more thing will separate Waynesboro and Honolulu - an Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar. Construction is scheduled to begin next week on the restaurant in the Rouzerville Commons shopping center, and the target opening is in October, a company spokeswoman said in an e-mail Thursday. Sixteen countries and every state except Hawaii are home to at least one of the more than 1,800 Applebee's restaurants, Vikki Watson said. "The staff for a typical restaurant consists of one general manager, one kitchen manager, two or three assistant managers and approximately 60 hourly associates," Watson said.
By HEATHER KEELS | May 7, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- This weekend's Bonanza Extravaganza at Hagerstown Speedway will feature four live bands, tip jars, games and a 16-lane all-you-can-eat buffet, but organizers say those aren't the reason the $100 tickets are selling so fast. "I think the biggest draw is the prize list," event chairman Rick Conrad said. "Every time someone looks at this prize list, they look at me and say, 'How can you guys do this?'" In a series of lottery-style drawings, the International Association of Firefighters Local 1605 Foundation will give away more than $800,000 in prizes, including a $100,000 grand prize, seven new Chevrolet cars and trucks, and eight new Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Conrad said.
By STACI CLIPP / 301-582-8057 | September 8, 2009
Yearbooks The South Hagerstown High School 2008-09 spring yearbook supplements have arrived and graduates and other students who purchased one last year can pick up a copy at the school's front desk. The supplements will be kept at either the front desk or in the main office through January. Locust Point median beautification project The Locust Point Neighborhoods 1st group will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. to view the engineering drawing of the proposed beautification of the triangular shaped median in front of Locust Point Market.
August 30, 1998
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office will host a parent resource program meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the sheriff's office, 7309 Grove Road, Frederick, Md. The guest speaker will be Officer Ed Turner of the Frederick City Police Department, who will talk about youth gangs. For information, call Detective Allen Herrmann at 1-301-631-3622. The Chambersburg Area Republican Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, at the group's headquarters in the South Gate Mall in Chambersburg, Pa. A representative of the Republican State Committee will be the speaker.
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