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By PEPPER BALLARD | January 17, 2007
A car crashed through the window of a Williamsport deli at lunchtime Wednesday and struck an unoccupied dining table in an area where 20 to 30 people were eating. The car's passenger was taken by ambulance to Washington County Hospital, but no one else was injured in the crash that was reported at 12:15 p.m. at Deli-licious in the Milestone Terrace strip mall, Washington County Sheriff's Deputy 1st Class Jason Willison said. "We're just lucky nobody was sitting at that front table," said Donald Brow, co-owner of the restaurant.
NEWS
by PEPPER BALLARD | January 18, 2007
A car crashed through the window of a Williamsport deli at lunchtime Wednesday and struck an unoccupied dining table in an area where 20 to 30 people were eating. The car's passenger was taken by ambulance to Washington County Hospital, but no one else was injured in the crash that was reported at 12:15 p.m. at Deli-licious in the Milestone Terrace strip mall, Washington County Sheriff's Deputy 1st Class Jason Willison said. "We're just lucky nobody was sitting at that front table," said Donald Brown, co-owner of the restaurant.
NEWS
August 21, 2007
A man who took an undetermined amount of cash in a Monday afternoon strong-arm robbery at the Friendly Market and Deli was still at large late Monday, Hagerstown City Police said. Sgt. Rebecca Fetchu said the clerk in the store at 101 E. North Ave. was pushed by the robber in the commission of the 4 p.m. robbery. The clerk refused medical treatment, rescuers said. The robber was described as a black man, 6 feet 4 inches tall, and weighing 220 pounds. Last seen running on foot from the store, the robber was wearing a white ball cap, a black shirt, green cargo pants and very large glasses, Fetchu said.
NEWS
by RICHARD F. BELISLE | April 15, 2004
waynesboro@herald-mail.com WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Paula Hoover wanted to open a coffee shop. Her husband, Brian Hoover, likes to make cheesecake. So opening a cafe that sold both seemed a natural venture. The Cheesecake Cafe & Deli opened Wednesday at 304 W. Main St. The building is no stranger to the restaurant business. At one time, it housed a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. That was followed by Ralph's Ribs and then, before the Hoovers moved in, by a deli that specialized in soups and sandwiches, a venture that only lasted a few months, Paula Hoover said.
NEWS
August 26, 2002
Owner: Kathy House. Address: 7 N. Main St., Boonsboro. Opening date: July 30. Products and services: An assortment of fresh baked breads, cakes, pies, candy and cookies and sugar-free and juice-sweetened products and homemade potato candy. The business will also carry fresh dairy products from South Mountain Creamery. Market area: Boonsboro and surrounding area. How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it? "I worked many years as a bakery and deli manager for several food-chain stores in the area, teaching the techniques of baking and cake decorating.
NEWS
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | November 13, 1999
Her husband's medical condition got Debbie Shifler thinking about adding food service to their liquor store business in the South End Shopping Center. Because he has juvenile diabetes, Steve Shifler, 39, needs to have food handy to help regulate his blood sugar, she said. With the long hours they were putting in at their store, Hub City Liquor, it was easy to forget to eat - which could mean tragedy, Debbie Shifler, 37, said. While her husband's health sparked the idea, it wasn't the only reason for the new business, however.
NEWS
August 17, 2000
Twilight's Ristorante has new owner, chef, menu By JULIE E. GREENE / Staff Writer Twilight's Ristorante got a new chef and a new menu this week. David Jones, who was co-owner of the Steakout Restaurant, took over Twilight's on Tuesday from owner Mike Pishvaian. Jones, 44, of Smithsburg, has a five-year lease on the restaurant, bar and deli, with two five-year options, Pishvaian said. The restaurant has 15 employees. The restaurant's name will be changed to the New Twilight's By Chef David.
NEWS
January 7, 2003
Boonsboro town officials in December honored Ol' Town Sweets owner Kathy House with the town's "Business of the Month" award. After spending 19 years working for other people as a bakery and deli manager in several local food-chain stores, House fulfilled a life-long dream in July when she opened her bakery at 7 N. Main St., she said. House's homemade potato candy is selling like hot cakes, said her mother, Joanne House.
NEWS
April 20, 1999
How long can you keep lunch meats in the refrigerator before they should be thrown out? Prepackaged lunch meats are marked with a "best if used by" date, says Rebecca Davis, family and consumer sciences extension educator for Maryland Cooperative Extension, Frederick County - University of Maryland. But frequently, they don't last that long, she adds. If you have lunch meat sliced at the deli, it should be OK to eat for five to seven days, according to Davis. The freshness of the meat depends on how long the large loaf - the whole bologna - has been in the deli case, she says.
NEWS
January 5, 2000
By DAVE McMILLION / Staff Writer, Charles Town photo: KEVIN G. GILBERT / staff photographer SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Having 600 or 700 people in town for the peace talks between Israel and Syria has boosted business at local restaurants. cont. from front page Downtown restaurants have dished up chow for journalists, and the occasional dignitary, who make their way into the shopping area in the evening after the talks wind down. The upscale Yellow Brick Bank has been serving about 150 meals a day, which is excellent for January, said Chef Mike Luksa.
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By JANET HEIM | janeth@herald-mail.com | May 11, 2013
Barbara “Barb” Myers was a mother to many beyond her own family. When girls at Girls Inc. of Washington County, where she was a cook, found out she had pancreatic cancer, they flooded her mailbox with get-well cards. She was buried with those cards since she didn't get a chance to read them before she died, said daughter Tammy Mowery of Falling Waters, W.Va. “Kids, she really loved kids,” Tammy said. Life wasn't always easy. Barb was the oldest of Paul O. and Sarah Summers' seven children, one of their daughters dying while an infant.
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BUSINESS
March 31, 2013
Name of business: Signature Deli & Event Caterers Owner: Cynthia Gruber Address: 109 N. Queen St., Martinsburg, W.Va. Opening date: Jan. 28, 2013 Products and services: We are a New York-style deli, a full-service bakery and an event caterer. Our breakfast menu includes homemade muffins, scones, cinnamon rolls, egg and sausage sandwiches, and omelets. Our lunch and dinner menu includes homemade soups, salads and deli sandwiches. We make our deli meat in-house.
NEWS
August 1, 2011
By Anne Chovey Special to The Herald-Mail Burkett's Deli, located on Locust Street in downtown Hagerstown, is a surprising place. Many places calling themselves "deli" would more appropriately be called a sub or sandwich shop as that is what they offer. Burkett's, though, in true deli style, offers much more. I had driven past Burkett's but never stopped in until recently, when it was too hot to cook and I had a couple of people to feed. I had placed my order by phone, but it was not quite ready so I had the opportunity to look around.
LIFESTYLE
By MARIE GILBERT | marieg@herald-mail.com | May 24, 2011
Editor's note: This is the sixth in a series about neighborhood grocery stores. Charles Burkett knows his customers. He can tell you about the elderly gentleman who requested he sell cat litter, the woman who has two slices of bologna delivered to her door and the daughters who phone in a weekly order of groceries so their homebound mother won't go without food. It's the kind of store that isn't supposed to exist anymore - stomped out by the larger supermarkets with fancy displays and thousands of food items.
LIFESTYLE
BY TIFFANY ARNOLD | tiffanya@herald-mail.com | March 15, 2011
Editor's note: This is the fifth in a monthly series about neighborhood grocery stores. One of the biggest perks of owning a corner store, Clarence Rudisill said, is the grandkids. "What kid doesn't want to come into Grandma's candy store?" Rudisill asked from behind the candy-filled counter near the register. Rudisill and his wife, Joyce, have run J & C Deli and Market in Hagerstown's West End since 1997. The neighborhood shop has earned the reputation as the place where neighborhood kids get candy and subs.
LIFESTYLE
BY TIFFANY ARNOLD | tiffanya@herald-mail.com | February 8, 2011
A steady stream of morning customers flowed in and out of the Spickler's Market, picking up everyday items - everything from pop and cigarettes to produce and household items. Sandwiches and cold cuts are sold at the deli counter in the back of the store. The cashier is at the front. Melissa Shives, a new cashier, works the 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. shift. She said it gets the busiest between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., the lunch rush, she said. "Yeah, we've got our regulars," she said between transactions on a recent Friday morning.
NEWS
September 11, 2010
Name of business: Burkett's Deli Owners: Charles and Wendy Burkett Address: 23 N. Locust St., Hagerstown Opening date: Grand opening was April 15 Products and services: Grocery items, deli meats and cheeses, hot and cold subs, breakfast items, daily lunch specials, specialty sandwiches and catering for office meetings and parties. The deli also offers a delivery service between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Market area: Hagerstown and Washington County How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?
NEWS
May 25, 2008
Name of business: Wy's West Side Deli & Grill Owner: Chris Wyman Address: 73 West Side Ave., Hagerstown Opening date: Jan. 28, 2008 Products and services: Sandwiches, subs, wings, fresh-cut french fries, soups, pepperoni rolls, sausage gravy, chipped beef, omelets, home fries and cookies. Breakfast is served all day. Market area: Downtown, West Side How did you get into your business, or what motivated you to start it?: "I always loved to cook, so I thought I would give it a shot.
NEWS
August 21, 2007
A man who took an undetermined amount of cash in a Monday afternoon strong-arm robbery at the Friendly Market and Deli was still at large late Monday, Hagerstown City Police said. Sgt. Rebecca Fetchu said the clerk in the store at 101 E. North Ave. was pushed by the robber in the commission of the 4 p.m. robbery. The clerk refused medical treatment, rescuers said. The robber was described as a black man, 6 feet 4 inches tall, and weighing 220 pounds. Last seen running on foot from the store, the robber was wearing a white ball cap, a black shirt, green cargo pants and very large glasses, Fetchu said.
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