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NEWS
March 20, 2009
Student charged with drug possession MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- A 17-year-old Martinsburg High School student was charged Thursday with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (marijuana), according to a Martinsburg Police Department press release. The student was found in possession of seven bags of marijuana after he was removed from class, Detective Cpl. S.F. Doyle said. Q.D. Burner, the school's resource officer, arrested the student after he and school officials were notified that the boy allegedly had the drug.
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NEWS
July 13, 2011
Halfway Little League is selling discount cards for several businesses in the area. The cards can be purchased for $10 and entitle the cardholder to discounts at some of the following locations: Freddies Subs, Papa Johns, El Ranchero, Meadows Ice Cream, Extra Innings, Dairy Queen, Vince's New York Pizza, Green Turtle and others. Those interested in purchasing a card can contact Kerri at 301-582-1777. Music through signing Hands of Harmony, a choir that interprets music through sign language, will perform Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at Church of the Holy Trinity, UCC, at 17805 Oak Ridge Drive in Hagerstown.
NEWS
April 14, 2004
Your photos. Your stories. Your county. Your book. This describes The Herald-Mail Company's first book venture, "Washington County, Maryland - Our Past, Our People, A Historical Portrait. " It will be a treasure trove of Washington County photographs and the historical information they portray, dating from the late 1800s through the 1950s. We are now collecting photos from the citizens of Washington County to publish in the book. These photos are not necessarily of the newsmakers of the day, but our ancestors who formed the backbone of the community.
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | August 23, 2007
LEETOWN, W.Va. - Ah, the trials of being fair royalty. One night, you're dressed in fine attire and carrying flowers and the next, you're in a livestock barn cramming down ice cream. Miss Jefferson County Fair Victoria Holler joined other youths at the fair Wednesday night for an ice cream eating contest. Holler and the rest of the group each were given a pint of vanilla ice cream with the challenge of who could down it the fastest. Dozens of spectators sitting around the edge of the barn screamed for their favorite contestant as they gobbled.
NEWS
By JESS WEST | July 3, 2008
Brumbaugh Family to sing at church The Brumbaugh Family will sing at Washington Square United Methodist Church on Sunday, July 13. The morning service will begin at 10:45 a.m. The Brumbaugh Family launched their ministry in 1999. Margaret is joined by two of her adult children, Fawn Stitely and Scott Brumbaugh, to create a warm blend of voices. After the beginning of the ministry, the trio was joined by "the Brumbaugh Kids" to reach a broader audience. This group of five cousins, ranging in ages from 6 to 17 has been performing together for eight years.
NEWS
By SCOTT BUTKI | April 28, 2000
A lane closure during road work on Dual Highway near Eastern Boulevard is irking motorists and hurting at least one business. "It's pretty rough," said Charles Thomas of Martinsburg, W.Va. The closure has caused him 15- to 20-minute delays, he said. "Oh, yeah," agreed Ryan Heaton of Smithsburg. "It's bad. " "I don't like it," said Chris Magaw of Hagerstown. "I try to avoid it. " He's not alone. Several other people interviewed near the traffic jam Friday night said they generally take short cuts to avoid the area where they say work at the bridge over Antietam Creek is causing at least a 10-minute delay in their traveling.
NEWS
by Liz Boch | June 20, 2002
lizb@herald-mail.com Saturday, June 22, marks the second annual Bull ride Mania in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., hosted by Dave Martin, a national bull-riding event coordinator. According to Triple B Arena's manager Jeannie Ford, last year's first-ever bull ride drew more than 1,200 people. She said she expects even more on Saturday. "We are planning on more people this year because we're advertising on the radio stations and newspapers as well," she said. Gates open at 4 p.m., and the event runs from 7 p.m. to about 10 p.m. Professional bull riding draws the biggest crowd, Ford said.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | May 16, 2008
The escape of four heifers and a cow from a Hagerstown livestock auction house sent local police scrambling Wednesday and early Thursday. The final heifer was caught Thursday after it was tranquilized near Frederick Street, according to Hagerstown police. One animal had to be shot and three others were tranquilized so they could be captured, said Jim Starliper, co-owner of Four States Livestock Auction on First Street. The final one, a black heifer, was at large until late afternoon Thursday, when Starliper said it had been seen near Old Forge Road.
NEWS
By DAVE McMILLION | August 22, 2007
LEETOWN, W.Va. - Ah, the trials of being fair royalty. One night, you're dressed in fine attire and carrying flowers and the next, you're in a livestock barn cramming down ice cream. Miss Jefferson County Fair Victoria Holler joined other youths at the fair Wednesday night for an ice cream eating contest. Holler and the rest of the group each were given a pint of vanilla ice cream with the challenge of who could down it the fastest. Dozens of spectators sitting around the edge of the barn screamed for their favorite contestant as they gobbled.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | kate.alexander@herald-mail.com | November 22, 2011
As shoppers hit the stores well before dawn on Black Friday, a number of area eateries will be open to give them a place to refuel. When it comes to a much-needed caffeine or food boost on the largest shopping day of the year, Monica Jones, a spokeswoman for Sheetz Inc., said all area Sheetz stores will be open. “Twenty-four-seven, 365,” she said. “Sheetz never closes.” Starbucks on Garland Groh Boulevard will open at 4 a.m., an employee said. The coffee shop normally opens at 5 a.m. Numerous restaurants are also adjusting their hours to coincide with the special shopping hours of Black Friday.
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