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Bill Kohler | April 30, 2011
Greg Ochoa. Amy Churchman. Marilyn Smith. Pat Heefner. Ashley Newcomer. Rita Daywalt. Emilee Eckels Bakner. Pat Heraty. Sam Miller. Larry Eberly. John Alleman. Gary Gontz. Bob Ziobrowski. Steven C. Rock. Mark A. Bumbaugh. Glenn Manns. Richard Swartz. Andrea Malmont. David Phillip Miracle. Do you know any of these folks? Not really, you say? If you live in Franklin County, Pa., and aren't familiar with at least some of these 19 names, you should be. These are people who mean a lot more to you than you might think.
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NEWS
September 10, 2010
NEW YORK (AP) -- They will read the names, of course, the names of every victim who died in the Sept. 11 attacks. The bells will ring. And then that moment of unity will give way to division as activists hoist signs and march, some for and some against a planned mosque two blocks from ground zero. This 9/11 is more political and contentious than the eight before it, with grieving family members on opposite sides of the mosque battle. The debate became so heated that President Barack Obama felt the need to remind Americans: "We are not at war against Islam.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 8, 2010
The minds behind "The Blair Witch Project" will return to Maryland next month to film their latest thriller. Writer/editor Eduardo Sanchez, producers Robin Cowie and Gregg Hale, and their production company, Haxan Films, together with Amber Entertainment, will film "The Possession" in Washington County, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development. Tom Riford, president and CEO of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB)
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By BOB PARASILITI | September 2, 2010
BOONSBORO -- The bulb finally burned out in the old spotlight. Those star-quality names that Boonsboro has leaned on the last few years have finally graduated and been expunged from the roster. Branden McLean and Drew Lowery have gone the way of Tyler Walsh, Seth Poffenberger and the rest of the gang that helped the Warriors to some special seasons in the not-so-distant past. They have turned the keys of the locker room over to the next generation of Warriors, getting out of the way for them to make a name for themselves.
OPINION
By TIM ROWLAND | August 9, 2010
I'll be honest, when I saw the headline I wondered if maybe I was being set up. "Aleshire votes against wife's appointment. " From my perspective, too good to be true. A little TOO too good to be true. A county commissioner votes against his wife? Is the only commissioner of the five to vote against his wife? Has no visible frying pan marks on his dome when he shows up for work the next day? Color me suspicious. Usually, just about the time I start to sink my teeth into one of these stories it turns out to be a prank or an April Fool's joke, or something like that.
NEWS
November 30, 2009
Hagerstown Children's Theater members performed "School House Rock, Live" at the Masonic Theater on South Potomac Street in Hagerstown earlier this month. Cast members included Steven Santa Maria, Alex Gregory, Gabby Manilla, Kaitlin McSwine, Megan Giffin, Abbie Cole, Lauren Schwab, Amelia Pickford, Skyler Marie Allen, John Holliman and Grace Jackson. "School House Rock, Live" is available for travel in the Hagerstown area. For more information, call 301-991-0611, e-mail hagerstownct@yahoo.
NEWS
By ARNOLD S. PLATOU | May 30, 2009
Judy Kerns is feeling anxious over her decision to retire this week after 40 years in Washington County's public school system. Mostly, she's worried about whether she will be bored, will she miss teaching and should she really give it up when she's still enjoying it so much? But also, she's worried about the economy and whether this is really the best time to give up the security of a good job. "I want to be able to do things when I retire. It takes money to travel, so will I be able to do that?"
NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | May 14, 2009
The hardest part about "Lying in State" is that it challenges actors to be both silly and authentic. Go too far toward the silly side and you end up with an over-the-top political farce. But if your actors don't commit, you're left with a vapid comedy. Director Peggy Hardinge said the challenge was the reason she picked the play to close out the Potomac Playmakers' inaugural season at the Academy Theater Banquet & Conference Center. "I do feel like I know my comedy, and I feel like I can wrap my hands around these characters," Hardinge said.
NEWS
April 15, 2009
Legacy Outfitters of Hagerstown will hold its Casting for Kids program Saturday at 11 a.m. The event, which is free, will be held at Legacy Outfitters, at 1021 Mount Aetna Road, 1/2 mile from Municipal Stadium. There will be a casting competition for children and adults, and other outdoor-related displays and activities. The event will include free food and drinks. The Maryland DNR will be on hand to discuss rules and answer questions about wildlife. For more information, call 240-367-7114.
NEWS
February 18, 2009
NEW YORK - Bravo's Emmy- and James Beard Award-winning series and the No. 1 rated food show on cable, "Top Chef," will be returning for a sixth season. "Top Chef" Season Six casting calls will come to Philadelphia on Wednesday, March 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at XIX NINETEEN at Park Hyatt at the Bellevue. Go to www.nineteenrestaurant.com for information. Bravo's "Top Chef" offers a fascinating window into the competitive, pressure-filled environment of world-class cookery and the restaurant business at the highest level.
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