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by ERIN JULIUS | December 31, 2006
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail runs "A Life Remembered. " The story takes a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Donald Bruce Boyer, who died Dec. 26 at the age of 81. His obituary appeared in the Dec. 28 editions of The Morning Herald and The Daily Mail. His family remembers Donald Boyer as an outdoors-man who took his sons on a fishing trip to Canada every year, and as a handyman who could fix almost anything.
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By DAN DEARTH | April 23, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- Peggy Ann Bradnick stepped down from the school bus one spring day in 1966 and her life changed forever. William Diller Hollenbaugh, a former mental patient whom residents in Bradnick's hometown of Shade Gap, Pa., called Bicycle Pete, rushed the bus and abducted the 17-year-old. The incident led to an eight-day manhunt through the mountains of Pennsylvania that left Hollenbaugh and an FBI agent dead. A deputy sheriff was severely wounded. That abducted teenager, now 62-year-old Peggy Ann Bradnick Jackson, went to the Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown on Friday to share her story with about 75 inmates.
NEWS
April 19, 2005
Movies opening this week "The Interpreter" (PG-13) - Political intrigue and deception unfold inside the United Nations, where an FBI agent (Sean Penn) is assigned to protect an interpreter (Nicole Kidman) who overhears an assassination plot. Catherine Keener, Jesper Christensen and Yvan Attal also star. "King's Ransom" (PG-13) - To keep his ex-wife from taking his fortune, Malcolm King plots his own kidnapping with his mistress. Unfortunately, there is more than one kidnapping plot in the works.
NEWS
by LAURA BELL | September 19, 2006
Vince Luca, the main character in "Son of the Mob" by Gordon Korman, is just like any other high school guy. He has a weird best friend, an annoying older brother, family around him all the time, and a father that wants him to get involved and get motivated. There's just one problem with this picture-perfect life: Vince's father is the leader of one of the most powerful crime organizations in the U.S. - the Mafia. Vince's life is obviously far from perfect. Mob members come in on a regular basis disguised as uncles.
NEWS
September 11, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Police have notified the FBI and Secret Service about a death threat against the White House press secretary that was found on a restroom door at the Interstate 81 welcome center in Antrim Township, Pa., Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Lindsey Trace said Saturday. The vandalism was reported Thursday afternoon at the I-81 northbound welcome center just north of the Maryland/Pennsylvania state line, Trace said. Written on a door to the women's restroom were the words "Press Secretary Robert Gibbs will be assassinated on 09/11/10.
NEWS
by DAVE McMILLION | June 16, 2004
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. charlestown@herald-mail.com Investigators have developed a suspect in the death of a baby whose body was found under the U.S. 340 bridge in Harpers Ferry, W.Va., in March, Jefferson County Sheriff Everett "Ed" Boober said Tuesday. Police began focusing on the person shortly after the baby's body was found, Boober said. If the person was not responsible for the baby's death, Boober said he believes the suspect at least has knowledge about the case.
NEWS
By DON AINES | April 12, 1999
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Robert V. Cox, a small town newspaper reporter who earned journalism's highest honor, died Monday in Chambersburg at the age of 72. Cox, of 114 Cameo Drive, Fayetteville, Pa., won the 1967 Pulitzer Prize for Local General Spot News Reporting for his coverage of the "Mountain Man" sniper, William D. Hollenbaugh, who kidnapped a teenager and killed an FBI agent before he was gunned down at the end of the largest manhunt in...
NEWS
May 11, 2005
Week of May 8, 1955 State Sen. Charles Downey said today he is asking the Public Works Board to arrange for the use of Potomac Edison power and Municipal electric power on a 50-50 basis at the new State Chronic Disease Hospital to be erected here. The senator was advised by city officials that the MELP could not at present furnish all the voltage necessary for the big 300-bed hospital and he is awaiting a reply to see if arrangements can be made to furnish the voltage.
NEWS
June 11, 2009
Waters' scenario has nothing to do with reality To the editor: Lloyd Waters has been watching "24" too much, or maybe he's been drinking Dick Cheney's Kool-Aid. The scenario for 2015 he proposes in Sunday's Herald-Mail has more to do with Jack Bauer than with the real world. For starters, the captured terrorist suspects are in the hands of the FBI, which is where they would be, both legally and as a practical matter. The FBI has jurisdiction over persons suspected of federal crimes inside the United States.
NEWS
by GREGORY T. SIMMONS and BRIAN SHAPPELL | January 30, 2005
gregs@herald-mail.com shappell@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - Police investigating a group of hate mail letters sent to people in Hagerstown have added a sixth letter to their investigation, and the man who apparently received the sixth letter is helping to wage a battle to earn a city resident a place on the upcoming city election ballot. The Rev. LeRoy J. Guillory recently gave investigators a letter that contained hate messages. He said the letter was sent to him, and he has raised questions of racism in city government.
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June 17, 2011
FBI agents were in the 700 block of Clayton Avenue, Waynesboro, Pa., this morning according to FBI Special Agent Frank Burton Jr. with the Philadelphia office. "I can't provide any more information on it because it's an ongoing investigation," Burton said by telephone on Friday. He wouldn't comment on what type of incident the FBI was investigating or whether or not the local police were part of the investigation. Burton said more details "will be forthcoming. "   — Roxann Miller
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NEWS
September 11, 2010
GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Police have notified the FBI and Secret Service about a death threat against the White House press secretary that was found on a restroom door at the Interstate 81 welcome center in Antrim Township, Pa., Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Lindsey Trace said Saturday. The vandalism was reported Thursday afternoon at the I-81 northbound welcome center just north of the Maryland/Pennsylvania state line, Trace said. Written on a door to the women's restroom were the words "Press Secretary Robert Gibbs will be assassinated on 09/11/10.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | April 23, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- Peggy Ann Bradnick stepped down from the school bus one spring day in 1966 and her life changed forever. William Diller Hollenbaugh, a former mental patient whom residents in Bradnick's hometown of Shade Gap, Pa., called Bicycle Pete, rushed the bus and abducted the 17-year-old. The incident led to an eight-day manhunt through the mountains of Pennsylvania that left Hollenbaugh and an FBI agent dead. A deputy sheriff was severely wounded. That abducted teenager, now 62-year-old Peggy Ann Bradnick Jackson, went to the Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown on Friday to share her story with about 75 inmates.
NEWS
June 11, 2009
Waters' scenario has nothing to do with reality To the editor: Lloyd Waters has been watching "24" too much, or maybe he's been drinking Dick Cheney's Kool-Aid. The scenario for 2015 he proposes in Sunday's Herald-Mail has more to do with Jack Bauer than with the real world. For starters, the captured terrorist suspects are in the hands of the FBI, which is where they would be, both legally and as a practical matter. The FBI has jurisdiction over persons suspected of federal crimes inside the United States.
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | December 31, 2006
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail runs "A Life Remembered. " The story takes a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Donald Bruce Boyer, who died Dec. 26 at the age of 81. His obituary appeared in the Dec. 28 editions of The Morning Herald and The Daily Mail. His family remembers Donald Boyer as an outdoors-man who took his sons on a fishing trip to Canada every year, and as a handyman who could fix almost anything.
NEWS
by LAURA BELL | September 19, 2006
Vince Luca, the main character in "Son of the Mob" by Gordon Korman, is just like any other high school guy. He has a weird best friend, an annoying older brother, family around him all the time, and a father that wants him to get involved and get motivated. There's just one problem with this picture-perfect life: Vince's father is the leader of one of the most powerful crime organizations in the U.S. - the Mafia. Vince's life is obviously far from perfect. Mob members come in on a regular basis disguised as uncles.
NEWS
by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | November 22, 2005
HAGERSTOWN erinc@herald-mail.com An environmental terrorist group has claimed responsibility for four fires set early Sunday in Hager's Crossing west of Hagerstown. The group - Earth Liberation Front - sent an e-mail to The Herald-Mail Co. saying they "put the torch to a development of Ryan Homes ... to strike at the bottom line of this country's most notorious serial land rapists. " Three town houses were damaged and one was destroyed just before 4 a.m. in the development near the Centre at Hagerstown on U.S. 40. Hagerstown Fire Department Chief Gary Hawbaker said he believes this is the first time that Earth Liberation Front has taken responsibility for fires in the area.
NEWS
May 11, 2005
Week of May 8, 1955 State Sen. Charles Downey said today he is asking the Public Works Board to arrange for the use of Potomac Edison power and Municipal electric power on a 50-50 basis at the new State Chronic Disease Hospital to be erected here. The senator was advised by city officials that the MELP could not at present furnish all the voltage necessary for the big 300-bed hospital and he is awaiting a reply to see if arrangements can be made to furnish the voltage.
NEWS
April 19, 2005
Movies opening this week "The Interpreter" (PG-13) - Political intrigue and deception unfold inside the United Nations, where an FBI agent (Sean Penn) is assigned to protect an interpreter (Nicole Kidman) who overhears an assassination plot. Catherine Keener, Jesper Christensen and Yvan Attal also star. "King's Ransom" (PG-13) - To keep his ex-wife from taking his fortune, Malcolm King plots his own kidnapping with his mistress. Unfortunately, there is more than one kidnapping plot in the works.
NEWS
by GREGORY T. SIMMONS and BRIAN SHAPPELL | January 30, 2005
gregs@herald-mail.com shappell@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - Police investigating a group of hate mail letters sent to people in Hagerstown have added a sixth letter to their investigation, and the man who apparently received the sixth letter is helping to wage a battle to earn a city resident a place on the upcoming city election ballot. The Rev. LeRoy J. Guillory recently gave investigators a letter that contained hate messages. He said the letter was sent to him, and he has raised questions of racism in city government.
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