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By DON AINES | January 8, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police say they still have no clues to the whereabouts of a Hamilton Township man who disappeared last week on his way to work. "Unfortunately, there is no update," Trooper David Rush said Monday of the search for 33-year-old Steven Baird, who was last seen leaving for work at about 7:40 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2. Baird, the human resources director at Menno Haven, was driving a black 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Pennsylvania license plate FDY-1398.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | July 30, 2007
Click here to view all 10 Landmarks Contest photos. Click here for printable entry form. Click here for the map Traditionally held in downtown Hagerstown, the boundaries for this year's contest are Hagerstown's Fairgrounds Park, which includes Reed Playground, the American Little League field across Valley Road and the Hagerstown Ice & Sports Complex area. Fairgrounds Park is bordered by Mulberry Street, Cannon Avenue, Cleveland Avenue and Security Road.
NEWS
by ANDREA ROWLAND | August 15, 2004
andrear@herald-mail.com Melissa Horn scored more than a hot meal during a recent Saturday morning breakfast stop at Hagerstown City Farmers Market. From her market parking spot off Weller Alley, she spied one of the most elusive clues in The Herald-Mail's 2004 landmarks photo contest - electrical pipes behind the Hagerstown Post Office. "I looked up and said, 'No, that can't be,'" said Horn, 28, of the Hagerstown area. It was - and that lucky break helped Horn win the contest's $500 prize.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | July 25, 2004
katec@herald-mail.com The Herald-Mail's annual landmarks contest is back for its eighth year. Once again, readers will be takin' it to the streets, searching for the Hagerstown locations that are hiding in plain sight. Do you know where these are? If you do - and you also know where to find the five other photographic clues that will be published one per day on section fronts this week - you will have a chance to win $500. Last year there were 10 clues.
NEWS
By PEPPER BALLARD | November 30, 1999
Jeffrey Rowland's body was found on Nov. 15, 2002. Ali Aubae Robinson was found dead on Oct. 21, 2004. Winnie Gelvin died on Jan. 13, 2005. All three deaths have been ruled homicides, and all three cases remain unsolved. But they have not gone cold. At this point, there are no solid clues that could help investigators make an arrest in any of the cases, said Lt. Mark Knight of the Washington County Sheriff's Department, the agency investigating the deaths. Knight, supervisor of the department's criminal investigations division, said investigators still get tips on the homicides, but none substantial enough to lead to an arrest.
NEWS
April 23, 2005
A fire investigator searches for clues Friday inside a home at 11380 Hearthwood Drive in Washington Township, Pa., after an afternoon fire.
NEWS
August 2, 2005
The Herald-Mail's ninth annual landmarks contest continues. Ten clues were published in the Lifestyle sections of The Herald-Mail, The Daily Mail and The Morning Herald last week. Clue No. 1 has been disqualified from the contest because it does not meet the criteria for contest clues. Contestants only need to identify nine photographic clues for recognizable spots in Hagerstown. The remaining nine clues can be spotted within three blocks north, south, east or west of Hagerstown's Public Square.
NEWS
by JAKE WOMER | July 25, 2005
We have a $500 reason for you to check out downtown Hagerstown. That's the prize for The Herald-Mail's ninth annual landmarks contest. Through Friday, we will publish photographic clues for recognizable spots in Hagerstown. The 10 clues can be spotted within three blocks north, south, east or west of Hagerstown's Public Square. They are not historic landmarks, but they are relatively distinct parts of the downtown area. We will publish close-up images of buildings, structures, walls, gates - just about anything that's a fixture - in the designated part of Hagerstown.
NEWS
July 24, 2005
Ten clues show way to $500 prize We have a $500 reason for you to check out downtown Hagerstown.That's the prize for The Herald-Mail's ninth annual landmarks contest. Today through Friday, we will publish photographic clues for recognizable spots in Hagerstown. The 10 clues can be spotted within three blocks north, south, east or west of Hagerstown's Public Square. They are not historic landmarks, but they are relatively distinct parts of the downtown area. We will publish close-up images of buildings, structures, walls, gates - just about anything that's a fixture - in the designated part of Hagerstown.
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