September 14, 2000
We're not out of 'Woods' yet When I contracted it, I cannot say, but it seems that sometime in the past year I came down with a serious case of TB. That's Tigerburculosis. As the girl in "Clueless" would say, I am like soooo sick of Tiger Woods it makes me want to hurl. It wasn't always this way. I actually enjoyed watching him up until about the British Open this year. It was after that, I think, that the media went wild, force-feeding us Tiger for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
October 27, 1998
By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer file photo Robert Ray Eckard could face up to 70 years in prison as a result of his guilty plea Monday to the first-degree murder of a Williamsport man last February. Sentencing was delayed so defense attorney Mary Riley could secure a written copy of a psychiatric examination done on Eckard. Washington County Circuit Judge Donald Beachley ordered Eckard, a Marlowe, W.Va., resident, returned to the Washington County Detention Center without bond.
April 4, 2001
Pensinger to run for Greencastle mayor By RICHARD F. BELISLE / Staff Writer, Waynesboro Greencastle may be going from green to Red. Red Pensinger, of 323 Moss Spring Ave., has launched a write-in candidate for mayor in the May 15 primary. If he wins the November general election, he will replace Frank Mowen, who ends his second four-year term as mayor in December. Mowen sat on the fence for weeks trying to decide whether to seek a third term. He procrastinated so long that he missed the March 6 filing deadline.
July 22, 2003
firstname.lastname@example.org Maryland State Police Trooper 1st Class Charles Stanford passes two crosses every day as he drives to work from Smithsburg. The two crosses on Md. 64 near Old Georgetown Road represent two lives taken in an auto accident nearly a year ago. For Stanford, they're a daily reminder of the pain and suffering one drunken driver can cause, and the man he helped put behind bars. On Friday, Stanford received the Commander's Award at the Hagerstown barracks for exemplary work on the accident investigation that sent Donald Lee Curfman to prison.
June 24, 2005
The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls on Wednesday, Sgt. Mark Knight said: At 7 a.m., a 2000 Jeep Cherokee was reported stolen in the 11300 block of Manse Road. The Jeep had Maryland temporary tags, 61735P. At 11 a.m., the driver's side door of a 2004 Buick was reported damaged while parked near Paper Plus, at 1423 Dual Highway. At 3 p.m., $520 was reported stolen at FYE Music Store in Valley Mall. At 8 p.m., alleged domestic violence was reported in the 13000 block of Sunrise Drive.
September 4, 1998
"I hate to see The Herald-Mail's Newslines go. I like the horoscopes, the sports and the weather. I hope it comes back later on down the line. Thank you Mail Call. " "We'd just like to know what's in Kenneth Starr's closet. " "I just got into Hagerstown and I thought it looked like a good place to save a little money so I went to a hotel to check in. The person in front of me got a discount so when it was my turn I asked for one, too. I was told that I couldn't have one because I didn't have an AARP card.
October 24, 2006
Sheriff's deputies respond to calls The Washington County Sheriff's Department responded to the following calls, Sgt. Roy Harsh said: Sunday: · At 4:33 p.m., promotional items were reported stolen from McDonald's 18411 Maugans Ave. · At 8:09 p.m., a flashlight and a charger were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 17800 block of West Oak Ridge Drive. The items were valued at $100. · At 10:25 a.m., windows to two vehicles were reported broken in the 22400 block of Old Georgetown Road.
February 21, 2003
Truck fire damage estimated at $10,000 Damage in a Wednesday night truck fire that is under investigation has been estimated at $10,000, Maryland State Fire Marshal Ed Ernst said. The 1989 Ford F-800 Rollback was burned at the 11307 Hopewell Road location of Critical Path Inc., Ernst said. Halfway firefighters responded to the 9:18 p.m. blaze, which took eight minutes to bring under control. The fire occurred in the interior of the cab, Ernst said. Stolen fuel delivery truck found at mall FREDERICK, Md. - A 2,300-gallon home-heating fuel delivery truck stolen early Thursday from Frederick was found abandoned around 7:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the Landover (Md.)