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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | July 11, 2013
An Annapolis restaurateur told Washington County liquor officials Wednesday that he wants to open a coffee shop with delivery service on Public Square in Hagerstown. Pietro Priola said during a hearing before the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County that if everything goes as planned, he will open the coffee shop around Aug. 1 at 2 W. Washington St. “I just took it over about two weeks ago,” he said. “We're doing the coffee bar, coffee house with food. We're doing salads, sandwiches, soups, wraps and stuff like that.” Priola said he requested the hearing before the liquor board to discuss meeting the seating requirement to obtain a license to serve beer and local wines.
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by KATE S. ALEXANDER | November 10, 2006
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The tradition of poetry nights at Cup O' Joe in downtown Greencastle started years before Jodi and Steve Carbaugh took over the coffee shop in 2003, but the owners say they are glad to keep it alive. "We don't host them for the business," said Jess Carbaugh, daughter of Steve and Jodi Carbaugh. "We do it because we like it. " Poetry night has been a part of the Greencastle community for more than 10 years, founder Suzanne Gamble of the Greencastle Area Arts Council said.
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April 8, 2011
Beaver Creek Community Lenten Service, Pastor Rachel Black will preach at the community Lenten service at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. New Well Ministry, Myersville Town Hall, Myersville, Md., Al Thomas of Celebrating His Life Ministries will speak at 3 p.m. this Sunday. Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg, Pa., the Rev. William Harter will discuss "The Search for Peace in the Middle East: Turbulent Times and Rays of Hope" at the 7 p.m. coffee house this Sunday.
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Darylene Mowen | Around Smithsburg & Robinwood | April 16, 2013
Plans are progressing for the 20th annual Smithsburg Pride Days on May 17, 18 and 19.  Many activities will be held during the weekend to help celebrate the town's 200th birthday.  The opening ceremony and a karaoke contest will be Friday, May 17. Activities on Saturday, May 18, include a breakfast at the fire hall, parade through the town, vendors and music - including American Idol finalist Christian Lopez - at Veterans Park, trolley rides...
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November 20, 2004
Farm toy show The 17th annual Western Maryland Farm Toy Show is sponsored by the Tri-State Farm Toy Collectors Club. Today, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Washington County Agricultural Education Center, Md. 65, Sharpsburg Pike, Hagerstown. Admission is $2; $1.50 for senior citizens; free for ages 10 and younger. Christmas parades Three Franklin County, Pa., boroughs will hold Christmas parades today. - Greencastle Christmas Parade, downtown Greencastle, Pa., 9:21 a.m. Call 717-597-9200.
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By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | April 23, 2000
Members of the growing Bethel Assembly of God have broken ground on a 19,000-square-foot addition that includes a gym and three stories of classrooms. The addition is expected to accommodate the 1,100-member church at 515 E. Wilson Blvd. "for the immediate future," said Pastor Terry Broadwater. He said he and others at the church had been pushing for the addition for more than a year. "We had been talking about and realized it was something we really needed to do," he said.
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By KRISTY SMITH / 301-432-8615 | August 13, 2008
Andrew Griffith, Colby Martin do well in fishing tournament Seems there are a few anglers among us. Not a typo, I really mean fishermen. On June 28, two local young men, Andrew Griffith and Colby Martin, participated in the New Jersey Youth Invitational Fishing Tournament at Lake Hopatcong. Jim Kline, youth director for Maryland Junior Bass Club, was pleased to have these two local sportsmen represent our area in a field of 30 fishermen. There were five states and 30 fishermen competing in this invitation-only event.
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October 1, 2000
Folk music tradition upheld in W.Va. By BOB PARTLOW / Staff Writer, Martinsburg MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - A slight, soft early fall breeze blew gently through the huge doors and spaces between the boards of the 100-year-old red barn on the hill over Opequon Creek southeast of here on almost perfect afternoon Sunday. continued Folk musician Al Petteway was helping keep alive a tradition as old as the music itself, passing down some of his considerable knowledge about playing a guitar in creative new ways new the handful of guitar players gathered around him, who played mostly for the joy of it. Maureen Harrigan and her husband Steve Workings bustled about, dodging their dogs and pointing out their pet pot-bellied pigs Squiggy and Winslow, readying for a crowd later in the evening that would gather to hear Petteway and his wife Amy White play a concert.
NEWS
June 18, 1999
It took longer than you might suspect, but the long arms of the lawyers have finally caught up to feared trademark infringer Harry Grandinett and his erstwhile Harry's House of Blues at Public Square. The attorneys didn't like the idea that Grandinett had adopted the "House of Blues" label, which was already in use by a chain of trendy clubs owned by well-heeled corporate investors that include Blues Brother Dan Aykroyd, actor Dennis Hopper, bluesy rock group Aerosmith, Harvard University, Walt Disney Corp.
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February 10, 2003
"I have a few questions: Why is it when you call a taxi, people aren't waiting or watching for the cab to come? These cabs will sit in front of the residents house and blow the horn, not only during the day but in the middle of the night. Please explain this to me. " "To the person that called into Mail Call about the shuttle blowing up over Texas, then went on to say that we have a president that is hated by the entire world. That is absolutely an idiot saying that. " "I would like to comment on the beer commercials that were on during the Super Bowl.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | July 11, 2013
An Annapolis restaurateur told Washington County liquor officials Wednesday that he wants to open a coffee shop with delivery service on Public Square in Hagerstown. Pietro Priola said during a hearing before the Board of License Commissioners for Washington County that if everything goes as planned, he will open the coffee shop around Aug. 1 at 2 W. Washington St. “I just took it over about two weeks ago,” he said. “We're doing the coffee bar, coffee house with food. We're doing salads, sandwiches, soups, wraps and stuff like that.” Priola said he requested the hearing before the liquor board to discuss meeting the seating requirement to obtain a license to serve beer and local wines.
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Darylene Mowen | Around Smithsburg & Robinwood | April 16, 2013
Plans are progressing for the 20th annual Smithsburg Pride Days on May 17, 18 and 19.  Many activities will be held during the weekend to help celebrate the town's 200th birthday.  The opening ceremony and a karaoke contest will be Friday, May 17. Activities on Saturday, May 18, include a breakfast at the fire hall, parade through the town, vendors and music - including American Idol finalist Christian Lopez - at Veterans Park, trolley rides...
NEWS
April 8, 2011
Beaver Creek Community Lenten Service, Pastor Rachel Black will preach at the community Lenten service at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church. New Well Ministry, Myersville Town Hall, Myersville, Md., Al Thomas of Celebrating His Life Ministries will speak at 3 p.m. this Sunday. Trinity Episcopal Church, Chambersburg, Pa., the Rev. William Harter will discuss "The Search for Peace in the Middle East: Turbulent Times and Rays of Hope" at the 7 p.m. coffee house this Sunday.
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By DANA BROWN | September 2, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Lifelong Greencastle resident Kim Robinson combined her experience in home construction with her love of coffee to bring a unique coffee house experience to the community. Robinson bought the vacant 100-year-old home at 101 W. Baltimore St. next to the railroad tracks intending to refurbish the property for office space for her construction business. Breathing new life into the old home gave her a new idea, she said. The idea developed into the concept of Highline Coffee House & Cafe.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | November 29, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The gaudy assembly of railroad ties, construction equipment, tour buses and other equipment meant to barricade Trula B's Coffee House from doing business in Berkeley Plaza last fall only helped attract more customers to the restaurant. "It certainly brought people into the restaurant outraged that someone would do (this)," said Trula Christian, a partner in the business that opened in May 2007. Christian said one man vowed to come every day that the blockade was in place around what formerly was a BB&T Bank branch in the shopping plaza off Williamsport Pike (U.S.
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By KRISTY SMITH / 301-432-8615 | August 13, 2008
Andrew Griffith, Colby Martin do well in fishing tournament Seems there are a few anglers among us. Not a typo, I really mean fishermen. On June 28, two local young men, Andrew Griffith and Colby Martin, participated in the New Jersey Youth Invitational Fishing Tournament at Lake Hopatcong. Jim Kline, youth director for Maryland Junior Bass Club, was pleased to have these two local sportsmen represent our area in a field of 30 fishermen. There were five states and 30 fishermen competing in this invitation-only event.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | October 4, 2007
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. - A blockade of Trula B's Coffee House in Berkeley Plaza remains in place as an apparent dispute between the owners of the neighboring properties just outside Martinsburg continues in Berkeley County Circuit Court. In civil actions filed with the court last week, attorney R. Greg Garretson filed a motion for a restraining order, along with a complaint that claims the barriers of railroad ties, vehicles and plastic fencing, among other objects placed around the business Sept.
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by KATE S. ALEXANDER | November 10, 2006
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The tradition of poetry nights at Cup O' Joe in downtown Greencastle started years before Jodi and Steve Carbaugh took over the coffee shop in 2003, but the owners say they are glad to keep it alive. "We don't host them for the business," said Jess Carbaugh, daughter of Steve and Jodi Carbaugh. "We do it because we like it. " Poetry night has been a part of the Greencastle community for more than 10 years, founder Suzanne Gamble of the Greencastle Area Arts Council said.
NEWS
November 20, 2004
Farm toy show The 17th annual Western Maryland Farm Toy Show is sponsored by the Tri-State Farm Toy Collectors Club. Today, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Washington County Agricultural Education Center, Md. 65, Sharpsburg Pike, Hagerstown. Admission is $2; $1.50 for senior citizens; free for ages 10 and younger. Christmas parades Three Franklin County, Pa., boroughs will hold Christmas parades today. - Greencastle Christmas Parade, downtown Greencastle, Pa., 9:21 a.m. Call 717-597-9200.
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