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By BOB PARASILITI | bobp@herald-mail.com | April 28, 2011
Bryce Harper learned the hard way that you can’t hit what you can’t see. Harper had been experiencing problems hitting consistently for the Hagerstown Suns. Now he sees why ... with 20-20 vision. Harper, the top prospect in the Washington Nationals organization, admitted he had a little problem seeing the ball. On April 20 against Hickory, he began making contact because he started wearing contacts. “I was told my vision was really bad,” said Harper, who hit his first Municipal Stadium home run in his first at-bat April 21 against Hickory.
NEWS
April 11, 2005
Individuals or groups interested in joining the local resettlement coalition may contact the following people or organizations for more information about services they might provide: · Tutoring: Literacy Council of Washington County, 301-739-4208 · Employment opportunities: Gary Graves, Christ's Reformed Church, 301-797-0280 (home) or 301-824-6465, ext. 129 (work) · Virginia Council of Churches: Akok Deng, 410-635-8735; Richard Kline, 804-321-3305, ext. 109 · Transportation: Betty Wilson, John Wesley United Methodist Church, 301-739-3232 For general information, call Dr. Shahab Siddiqui at 240-217-5985.
NEWS
July 4, 2007
Mayor: Mildred "Mickey" Myers, 301-739-1385 Town council: Shirley Aurand, 301-824-7635 Jerome Martin, 301-824-5271 Tom Chiarizia, 301-824-3780 Dennis "Jack" Wenthe, 301-824-3977 Thomas B. Smith, 301-824-2663 The Town Council meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Town Hall: 301-824-7234 Population: 2,859 Electricity: Allegheny Power, 1-800-255-3443 Telephone company: Verizon, 301-954-6230.
NEWS
March 13, 2005
City of Hagerstown Karen Giffin, public information manager 1 E. Franklin St. Room 210 Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: 301-739-8577, ext. 116 kgiffin@hagerstownmd.org Washington County Richard Douglas, county attorney Washington County government 100 W. Washington St. Room 202 Hagerstown, MD 21740 Phone: 240-313-2230 Fax: 240-313-2231 Washington County Board of Education Carol Mowen, public information officer Washington County Public Schools 820 Commonwealth Ave. Hagerstown, MD 21741 Phone: 301-766-2996 Fax: 301-766-2857 feedback@wcboe.
NEWS
December 16, 2002
Residents who have trouble paying their heating costs can contact the following for assistance: Board of Assistance, Chambersburg, Pa., 1-717-264-6121. Board of Assistance, Fulton County, Pa., 1-800-921-8839. Maryland Department of Social Services, Hagerstown, 240-420-2330. Columbia Gas Universal Services for Maryland customers, 1-800-537-7431. Columbia Gas Customer Contact Center for Pennsylvania residents, 1-888-460-4332. Warm Choice, Pennsylvania, 1-800-537-7431.
NEWS
June 16, 1997
By KAREN MASTERSON Staff Writer MERCERSBURG, Pa. - There was more than sunshine, cool breezes and scattered clouds in the atmosphere this Father's Day. Roughly 200,000 amateur radio operators were transmitting signals just below the ionosphere, trying to make contact with as many other amateurs as possible, and from as far away as their equipment allowed. Three such "hams" were on top of Whitetail Ski Resort participating in a 33-hour competition organized by the American Radio Relay League.
NEWS
June 20, 2008
Attention Boonsboro High School class of 2003: The reunion committee is trying to reach the 2003 graduates to obtain contact information. If you are a 2003 graduate, or know of a 2003 graduate, please e-mail the reunion committee at bhs_2003@hotmail.com. Please supply the committee with the graduate's name (include a maiden name), a current mailing address, and a current e-mail address.
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By TIM HENDERSON | July 22, 2007
Q. My computer runs on Windows Vista Premium and I use Windows Mail for e-mail. I am having an issue with e-mail contacts not being recognized when I type the first letter of a person's name or e-mail address. They are listed in my contacts; I can select them manually from the address book. A. There have been complaints that Windows Mail, the successor to Outlook Express featured in the Vista operating system, doesn't do this "auto-complete" function as smoothly as Outlook Express did. Users are finding that only the last 13 to 26 addresses they've typed in are available for auto-complete, not the entire list of contacts.
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by TARA REILLY | September 20, 2002
tarar@herald-mail.com The Washington County Economic Development Commission operates with a budget of more than $400,000 and its former director spent nearly $17,000 from an expense account in his last 15 months. County officials contacted over the past two weeks were unable to point to any business that came to the area as a result the agency's efforts during that period, they said. Howard declined comment. The EDC's fiscal year 2001 budget was $430,014, according to the county's operating budget.
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Alicia Notarianni | Making Ends Meet | April 11, 2013
I never fared terribly well with eyeglasses. I was amazed at how crisp the world looked when I first got them in the third grade. But all that clarity kind of gave me a headache and made me a little dizzy. Just days after I got the oversize smoky purple beauties, a large, bouncing, eraser-colored kickball sailed across the echoing gymnasium in gym class and thumped me in the eye. I wobbled back, trying to maintain my balance, as a lens popped from the frame and I ended up with a shiner that left my brothers referring to me as Muhammad Ali. For months, I would remove my glasses when I ate. I felt like they were after my food.
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July 24, 2013
The seven members of the Washington County Board of Education are elected to four-year terms. School Board business meetings are usually held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Central Office auditorium at 820 Commonwealth Ave. in Hagerstown. The public is invited to the meetings that are tentatively scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month and 6 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month. Meetings typically last two to three hours. The meetings are televised on Antietam Cable Channel 99 and can be viewed online as live streaming video when meetings are scheduled.
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NEWS
May 2, 2013
Maryland The Maryland General Assembly's 2013 session began Jan. 9 and ends April 8. Information about the General Assembly, including the status of bills, can be found at http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/ Sen. George C. Edwards R-Allegany/Garrett/Washington Budget and Taxation Committee District 1 Local office: 13 Canal St., Room 304, Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone: 301-722-4780 Annapolis office: James Senate Office...
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By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | April 14, 2013
Demolition of all but one large building on a former industrial property on Pangborn Boulevard was completed in 2012, but large piles of rubble remain on the land adjacent to Pangborn Park. Several piles are in the open on the largely vacant tract at 580 Pangborn Blvd., and another clump of debris is piled up along a retaining wall that separates the property from a nearby apartment building on Lynnehaven Drive. Kathleen A. Maher, manager of the city's Planning and Code Administration Division, said in a recent email that the demolition began in 2011 and wrapped up in late 2012.
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Alicia Notarianni | Making Ends Meet | April 11, 2013
I never fared terribly well with eyeglasses. I was amazed at how crisp the world looked when I first got them in the third grade. But all that clarity kind of gave me a headache and made me a little dizzy. Just days after I got the oversize smoky purple beauties, a large, bouncing, eraser-colored kickball sailed across the echoing gymnasium in gym class and thumped me in the eye. I wobbled back, trying to maintain my balance, as a lens popped from the frame and I ended up with a shiner that left my brothers referring to me as Muhammad Ali. For months, I would remove my glasses when I ate. I felt like they were after my food.
NEWS
October 29, 2012
Following are some emergency contact numbers for our area. City of Hagerstown: Residents who need to report a nonemergency incident may call 301-791-2544. This is a general phone number staffed by city employees and available to citizens to use in the event of tree damage, flooding problems, traffic signal outages, or other issues that are non-life-threatening. To report a power outage, call 301-790-2600. In the event of an emergency, call 911. Washington County Emergency Operations Center (administrative phone number)
NEWS
May 8, 2012
Six men charged in connection with crack cocaine dealing in Martinsburg and Berkeley County recently pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Martinsburg to distribution and possession charges, U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II announced Tuesday. Two other individuals have pleaded guilty in unrelated cases to charges of bank fraud and abusive sexual contact, respectively, according to a news release. Tyrone Aaron Eldridge, 26, of Bunker Hill, W.Va., Heath Toddley Redman, 32, of Martinsburg, William Ronald Monroe, 32, and Vonzelle Wade Carey, 33, each pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of crack cocaine, according to Ihlenfeld's office.
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By CALEB CALHOUN | caleb.calhoun@herald-mail.com | May 3, 2012
Curious about the footwear of the British monarch, a kindergarten class at Bester Elementary School in Hagerstown wrote a letter to Queen Elizabeth II. The class wrote the letter as part of its Around the World project. The queen did not reply, but her lady-in-waiting did. “We wanted to see if she ever wears sneakers,” said kindergarten student Angel Lease of Hagerstown. “She does wear them.” The queen's lady-in-waiting's response included a picture of Queen Elizabeth astride a horse.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | January 9, 2012
The Pennsylvania Department of Health made available Monday the results of tuberculosis testing completed for 200 people at Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The school and health department informed families last week of a confirmed case of pulmonary tuberculosis. By letter, it recommended certain students from the school's population of 2,600 be tested Friday. Four registered nurses from the Pennsylvania Department of Health performed skin tests at the school, district spokeswoman Catherine Dusman said.
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