July 11, 2010
"This is a heads-up for all of Maryland's public employees. Who are you going to vote for, O'Malley or Ehrlich? I was a public employee under both of them, and neither one of them cared much for the public employees, except for the state police. Now, correctional officers, get together with your union reps, get something together in writing, and approach O'Malley's office and approach Ehrlich. ... I have a feeling it doesn't matter who's going to be in government. The public employees are going to be the losers.
August 1, 2011
“This is in regards to the caller who referred to correctional officers as prison guards. Most officers have college degrees and do a fine job.” - Hagerstown “First, I'd like to say that in my opinion, Leonard Pitts is a joke. ... It's funny that he's bashing Fox News for their facts. Wow, I guess he's never watched CNN or MSNBC, or any of the other ones that are completely liberal. Anyway, I'm not affiliated, but I think it's funny how both sides play each other, and then people ... I see the new urban growth rezoning changes.
September 3, 2005
A major coverup To the editor: Kudos to Fox News for keeping this story alive and continuing to "punch away" - and to Rep. Curt Weldon's powerful appearance on Fox & Friends the other day. My only concern is that this story is not being couched properly or given the importance warranted ... though we expect the networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) and rest of the media to avoid it or gloss over it. This is a major cover-up. Three individuals from the intelligence community should hold enough water to go full throttle - and I think Rep. Weldon is smart enough not to go out on this limb without sound backing and meticulous investigation of his own. There seriously needs to be an investigation of the 9/11 Commission, given the cost to the taxpayer and the commission's failure to use all the dots provided them for connecting - thus allowing for a valid conclusion/report.
November 30, 2008
Kelly Wright, co-anchor of "Fox News Weekend" as well as a general assignment correspondent for the Fox News Channel, spoke at the club's Nov. 20 meeting. Wright, a Hagerstown native who attended St. Maria Goretti High School, talked about economics, politics and remembering that the strength of our families, community and nation begins with each American family (and how we raise our children). He stressed that that strength comes from God.
April 13, 2005
email@example.com On May 10, local high school athletes who have overcome adversity to become a member of an athletic team will be recognized at the True Grit Awards Ceremony. The event, to be held at the Four Points Sheraton on Dual Highway in Hagerstown, will feature keynote speaker Kelly Wright. A Hagerstown resident, Wright is a general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel and works in the network's Washington bureau. Wright was born and raised in Hagerstown, except for four years when his family moved to Washington.
September 15, 2008
Fox News reporter and Hagerstown native Kelly Wright was the emcee for Sunday's "Dinner with the Doc" program at Memorial Recreation Center in Hagerstown. The event, aimed at raising awareness about the increased risk of prostate cancer for black men ages 45 and older, also included a talk by Dr. Francisco Daniels of Washington County Hospital. The free program was funded by a grant from the American Cancer Society, hospital spokeswoman Nicole Jovel said. The hospital is using the grant to establish a prostate cancer outreach program, she said.
October 26, 2003
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" - L. Paul Bremer, U.S. administrator for Iraq; presidential candidate Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C.; the Rev. V. Gene Robinson, bishop-elect of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire. CBS' "Face the Nation" - Bremer; presidential candidate Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn. NBC's "Meet the Press" - Secretary of State Colin Powell; Sens. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., and Chuck Hagel, R-Neb. CNN's "Late Edition" - Powell; Sens.
April 15, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- Loretta Wright's path to director of Memorial Recreation Center in Hagerstown last year actually began when she first became a mother 22 years ago. "I decided to become a preschool teacher about 20 years ago," Wright said. She began that career at Rehoboth United Methodist Church in Williamsport and later as a substitute teacher at Fountaindale Elementary. She and her husband, Kelly Wright -- a Fox News anchor -- have two sons, Michael, 22, and Morgan, 19. The Wrights joined the board at Memorial Recreation Center during the tenure of the late Ruth Monroe, longtime director at the 109 W. North Ave. center.