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May 24, 2010
Brown tabby cat found near Wilson Boulevard Found - Brown tabby cat. Where - The cat was found off Wilson Boulevard. When - The cat was found May 14. Description - The female cat is described as a brown tabby cat with stripes and patches. It has white on its chest, stomach, chest and face. It was wearing a flea collar, but no tags. It has been spayed. Phone number - If this is your cat, call 301-733-3902.
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By BRYN MICKLE | May 18, 1999
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Investigators believe Monday's fatal hunting accident in Tomahawk happened when a hunter tripped and fell, causing his rifle to fire into his friend's chest. Michael Z. Butts, 39, of Hedgesville, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest while turkey hunting in a wooded area south of the Greenwood Acres subdivision near W.Va. 7, Division of Natural Resources spokesman Hoy Murphy said. Max Bartgis, 62, of Hedgesville, was hunting with Butts around 9 a.m. when Bartgis apparently tripped and a bullet from his .222-caliber bolt-action hunting rifle hit Butts in the chest, Murphy said.
BREAKINGNEWS
September 9, 2012
A Martinsburg man was charged with malicious wounding Saturday night after another man was stabbed in the chest during an argument about a girl, according to a news release from the Martinsburg Police Department. The man who was stabbed was taken to City Hospital with a nonlife-threatening injury, police said. Michael Wayne Robinson, 29, of 322 1/2 N. Maple Ave., Martinsburg, was charged with malicious wounding, police said. Robinson was being held Sunday morning in the Eastern Regional Jail, awaiting a bond hearing with a magistrate.
NEWS
April 6, 2005
SMITHSBURG - During the month of March, the Smithsburg Emergency Medical Services personnel responded to 87 calls for service, according to Capt. James Ulrich. Of those 87 calls for March, 13 were to Frederick County and four were to Franklin County. Sixteen calls were in the Smithsburg town limits, while another eight each were in the Hagerstown and Leitersburg areas, and four were to Cascade The most common calls were for vehicle/pedestrian accidents and chest pain, which accounted for 20 calls.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | April 1, 2013
Washington County District Judge Mark D. Thomas said Monday during a hearing that he believed Antonio Gardner, 26, of Washington, D.C., was too much of a flight risk to be granted bond. “I believe it is appropriate given ... his lack of ties to this community,” Thomas said. Gardner is charged in the death of Shakur Thornton, who was stabbed in the chest late Friday near a tavern in the first block of West Franklin Street, according to the statement of probable cause obtained Monday from Washington County District Court.
NEWS
December 8, 2004
SMITHSBURG - Personnel at Smithsburg Emergency Services Inc. responded to 65 calls for service during the month of November, bringing the 2004 total to 876 responses as of Nov. 30. Of the 65 calls for November, eight were to Frederick County, Md., and one was to Franklin County, Pa. Eleven calls were in Smithsburg town limits while another five were in Hagerstown, five in Cascade, nine in Mount Aetna and seven in Leitersburg. The most common call types were for vehicle/pedestrian accidents and chest pain, which accounted for 14 calls.
NEWS
October 20, 1997
By TERRY TALBERT Staff writer Most people avoid electrical shocks at all cost, but Charles Brining welcomes them. Brining, 58, of Hagerstown, experiences such rapid heartbeat in the upper chamber of his heart that it could lead to stroke or even death. On Oct. 8 he became the first person in the mid-Atlantic region and the 27th in the country to get an implant that senses when the heart's upper chamber is out of rhythm and shocks it back to normal, said spokesman Ira Allen of the University of Maryland Medical Center.
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by FEDORA COPLEY | July 25, 2006
Almost a year ago, I fell in love with a boy I barely knew. We were at a New Age-y summer camp, amid creative thought, meditation and radiating joyfulness. I was 13 and felt I was ready for a relationship. A silly idea for one so young, maybe, but when I look back now, I wasn't silly at all. I was going with the flow of life and found myself in love. The first day of camp was a Sunday. Everyone arrived and hugged old friends, met new people and became re-acquainted with the camp spirit.
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by KEVIN CLAPP | July 1, 2002
kevinc@herald-mail.com It's 2 a.m. and Brian Miller can't sleep, a dull pain throbbing in his chest. The ache reminds him of a similar sensation he felt in December. Then, he took a shot of Nyquil and the discomfort disappeared. In the dark of this mid-March night, the pain lingers. He is unable to get back to sleep. It's not a sharp, stabbing throb. No, what bothers him more is a shortness of breath. Trying to fill his lungs sends an uncomfortable pulse through the center of his chest.
NEWS
March 6, 2009
Were not sure exactly when or where you would use a motorized ice chest, but we like wacky, gearhead-type products such as the Crusin Cooler. This icebox is sturdy enough to ride on (it can handle up to 250 pounds perched on the lid), while at the same time transporting the equivalent of 24, 12-ounce beverage cans. Each unit is equipped with your choice of a 300-, 500- and 750-watt electric motor, or a 33-c.c. two-stroke gas engine and a 39-c.c four-stroke gas engine. Also included are disc brakes and a set of retractable foot pegs (a cushion seat is optional)
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | April 1, 2013
Washington County District Judge Mark D. Thomas said Monday during a hearing that he believed Antonio Gardner, 26, of Washington, D.C., was too much of a flight risk to be granted bond. “I believe it is appropriate given ... his lack of ties to this community,” Thomas said. Gardner is charged in the death of Shakur Thornton, who was stabbed in the chest late Friday near a tavern in the first block of West Franklin Street, according to the statement of probable cause obtained Monday from Washington County District Court.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthewu@herald-mail.com | March 21, 2013
A man accused of attempting to stab a police officer with a railroad spike in March 2012 pleaded not guilty Thursday by reason of insanity to one count of attempted malicious assault in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Douglas Charles Butler, 45, who was shot in the chest by a Martinsburg police officer during the altercation, was committed by 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge John C. Yoder to a psychiatric hospital in Weston, W.Va., for three years, according to Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Games-Neely.
NEWS
February 26, 2013
A trial for a man accused of attempting to stab a police officer with a railroad spike in March 2012 was set for March 26 in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Douglas Charles Butler, 45, who was shot in the chest by a Martinsburg police officer during the altercation, was indicted in May 2012, on one count of attempted malicious assault. Butler was later deemed to be competent to stand trial, but an expert found that he was not criminally responsible on the day of the incident, his attorney has said.
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | davem@herald-mail.com | December 2, 2012
An overflowing crowd gathered inside the entrance of Meritus Medical Center Sunday for a tradition known as the Tree of Lights, which recognizes the spiritual nature of the holiday season while highlighting an annual fundraiser for the hospital. The crowd was pretty remarkable since it was held at the same time the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers were playing, said Joseph P. Ross, president and chief executive officer of Meritus Health. “That's testimony to the strength of this tradition,” Ross said, joking to a crowd of about 200 people.
BREAKINGNEWS
September 9, 2012
A Martinsburg man was charged with malicious wounding Saturday night after another man was stabbed in the chest during an argument about a girl, according to a news release from the Martinsburg Police Department. The man who was stabbed was taken to City Hospital with a nonlife-threatening injury, police said. Michael Wayne Robinson, 29, of 322 1/2 N. Maple Ave., Martinsburg, was charged with malicious wounding, police said. Robinson was being held Sunday morning in the Eastern Regional Jail, awaiting a bond hearing with a magistrate.
NEWS
By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthew.umstead@herald-mail.com | May 22, 2012
A Berkeley County Circuit Court grand jury on Tuesday indicted a Martinsburg man on charges of attempting to stab a police officer with a railroad spike on March 11. Douglas Charles Butler, 45, who was shot in the chest by the officer in the altercation, was indicted on one count of attempted malicious assault, according to Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Games-Neely's office. Butler, who is currently hospitalized at a psychiatric hospital in Weston, W.Va., was shot by Martinsburg police Officer David McDonald, according to court documents.
NEWS
August 3, 2010
QUINCY, Pa. -- Franklin County (Pa.) Coroner Jeffrey R. Conner released Monday the cause of death for a 16-year-old Waynesboro, Pa., girl killed in a car accident last Thursday. Angalena K. Robinson, who was a passenger in one of two cars involved, died of blunt-force chest trauma, Conner said in a news release. The driver of the second vehicle, Mary E. Bonebrake, 53, of Mont Alto, Pa., remained in serious condition at York (Pa.) Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said. The driver of the car in which Angalena was riding was transported to Washington County Hospital.
NEWS
May 24, 2010
Brown tabby cat found near Wilson Boulevard Found - Brown tabby cat. Where - The cat was found off Wilson Boulevard. When - The cat was found May 14. Description - The female cat is described as a brown tabby cat with stripes and patches. It has white on its chest, stomach, chest and face. It was wearing a flea collar, but no tags. It has been spayed. Phone number - If this is your cat, call 301-733-3902.
NEWS
March 6, 2009
Were not sure exactly when or where you would use a motorized ice chest, but we like wacky, gearhead-type products such as the Crusin Cooler. This icebox is sturdy enough to ride on (it can handle up to 250 pounds perched on the lid), while at the same time transporting the equivalent of 24, 12-ounce beverage cans. Each unit is equipped with your choice of a 300-, 500- and 750-watt electric motor, or a 33-c.c. two-stroke gas engine and a 39-c.c four-stroke gas engine. Also included are disc brakes and a set of retractable foot pegs (a cushion seat is optional)
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