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By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | November 23, 1998
Hagerstown City Police are getting tough on drivers cruising and causing a commotion after midnight in the area of Public Square. For the past two weeks, local police have prohibited cars from turning left onto Potomac Street off of Franklin Street during late night and early morning hours, primarily on weekends. There has been noticeable decrease in traffic and noise in the targeted area, Capt. Robert Hart said. --cont. from front page -- "It's more inconvenient to cruise the circuit all the way to Prospect Street to come to the Square," Hart said.
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By DON AINES | September 25, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- One man was shot three times and another broke his leg fleeing the scene of a shooting Saturday morning in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Robinwood Court, according to police. Robert Earl Mitchell, 22, of 165 S. Potomac St., and Christopher Lee, 21, of 1900 Abbey Lane, were taken to Washington County Hospital after the 3:12 a.m. shooting, Washington County Sheriff Douglas Mullendore said Saturday afternoon. Mullendore pointed to cars in the parking lot damaged by the gunfire and said two firearms, one of them a handgun, were recovered.
NEWS
August 17, 2003
The 81/70 Cruisers auto club and friends have been invited to the big Everybody's Day celebration at Pen Mar Park for the fifth straight year. Cruisers' members and other interested persons are welcome to bring their classic cars and hot rods to display at the park, located near Fort Ritchie, on Aug. 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (It's requested that display participants arrive by 11 a.m. if possible.) Everybody's Day features a variety of entertainment including a dance band (which starts at 2 p.m.)
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By STEVEN T. DENNIS | March 27, 1998
Shopping list forming for surplus funds The Washington County Commissioners have been planning how to spend $730,000 of this year's estimated $4 million general fund surplus over the past month. An additional $400,000 was spent for roads equipment out of a surplus in highway fund revenue, for a total of $1.13 million in surplus spending. By spending the money now, the items won't show up in next year's budget as an increase in spending. The surplus spending includes: -- $165,000 to replace an obsolete computer-based management system for the Washington County Detention Center.
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by DON AINES | October 18, 2005
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - By next year, borough police could be filing routine paperwork and monitoring live video from laptop computers in their cruisers and firefighters accessing information about a building en route to a fire with a microwave data system. On Monday, U.S. Rep Bill Shuster, R-Pa., announced at borough hall that Chambersburg has been approved for a $246,661 U.S. Department of Justice grant to pay for the wireless technology upgrade.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | April 2, 2003
Commissioners OK water, sewer rate hike The Washington County Commissioners voted to increase water and sewer rates Tuesday after a public hearing that drew no public comment. The rate increases will take effect in fiscal year 2004, which begins on July 1. The average residential sewer customer will see an increase of 3.3 percent, or $3.20 per quarter. Their bills would increase from $96.60 to $99.80 per quarter, Murray said. Water rates will increase by $3 per quarter for the average residential customer, raising their bills from $106.
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by CANDICE BOSELY | September 26, 2003
martinsburg@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The weekly Berkeley County Commission meetings are starting to follow a pattern. First on the agenda are the pledge of allegiance and a prayer, followed a couple of hours later by an argument between Commission President Howard Strauss and Sheriff Randy Smith. Voices were not raised by the two Thursday, but they still argued about a COPS grant, buying new police cruisers and the fact that the county took away a fund previously used by the sheriff to buy equipment.
NEWS
October 27, 2000
Letters to the Editor 10/27 Cruising law based on appearances? To the editor: With all the discussion about cruising and what to do about, it I have a few questions for Mayor Bruchey. Would you provide your definition of the word "cruising" as it applies to the people who do it? Can you describe us? What criteria would the police use to stop us to ticket us? Seems a fair question, don't you think? Would it be something like people who by appearance, action or the type of car they drive, could be accused of cruising?
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by JENNIFER FITCH | June 14, 2007
Three sketches for skate park viewed WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Washington Township officials have received three sketches for a new skate park at Pine Hill Regional Recreation Area off Mentzer Gap Road. An anonymous donor contributed more than $100,000 to the skate park being designed by Artifex of California, according to published reports. Area youths already shared ideas for the park and will be invited back to review the sketches at a meeting tentatively scheduled for Thursday, June 21 at 7 p.m. The first design, at 52 feet by 80 feet, has a three-sided pyramid with kinked rail and stairs; bank ramp or quarter pipe; curved concrete ledge; and bowl/quarter pipe transitional obstacle.
NEWS
August 15, 2003
The 81/70 Cruisers auto club and friends have been invited to the big Everybody's Day celebration at Pen Mar Park for the fifth straight year. Cruisers' members and other interested persons are welcome to bring their classic cars and hot rods to display at the park, located near Fort Ritchie, on Aug. 31 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (It's requested that display participants arrive by 11 a.m. if possible. This is a "for fun" event, not a judged car show.) Everybody's Day features a variety of entertainment including a dance band (which starts at 2 p.m.)
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