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March 6, 2011
Balanna Crabill donated 10 inches of hair to the Locks of Love program. Locks of Love provides wigs for children who have lost their hair due to illness. Her hair was cut at Stylin’ Rhythm Salon, 18214 Oak Ridge Drive in Hagerstown.
BY DAN KAUFFMAN | May 16, 2002
My colleague Al Ditzel tried to rally support for the cause in his column Tuesday, but I'm taking it one step further. Given the lack of responses to sports editor Mark Keller's bet, pitting the Orioles' lack of ability to finish the season at or above .500 against what's left of his hair (and I know a little something about hair loss, folks. I may look young ... OK, I am young ... but my hair didn't get the memo), I turned to Herald-Mail graphic artist Ryan Harpster. With Harpster's help, below is a current shot of Keller's hair-covered cranium on the left (OK, it's slightly doctored ... Ryan had extra time on his hands)
March 30, 2011
Now that we have unveiled our Herald-Mail All-County athletes for the winter season, we can focus on the sprint that makes up the two-month spring season to conclude the prep athletic year. Before you know it, we’ll be publishing our lists of top players in baseball, softball, track and field, tennis and lacrosse. Whoosh! There’s barely time to take a collective breath of relief …. and oh my goodness, football is around the corner. But let’s not go there yet. From my standpoint, this past winter season covering boys basketball was pretty doggone interesting.
September 30, 2003
Jean and Bruce Gross ride up Old Forge Road near Waynesboro, Pa., on Sunday during a motorcycle ride to benefit Hospice of the Good Shepherd. The ride was sponsored by the Red Knights Motorcycle Club and started at the Always There Hook & Ladder Co. in Waynesboro. Hospice of the Good Shepherd is a program of Lutheran Home Care Services.
March 25, 2012
Eliza Byrd recently donated a portion of her hair to the Locks of Love program, which provides wigs to children who have lost their hair due to illness. Eliza, 3, lives in Boonsboro with her family and attends preschool. Tina Byrd, Eliza's mom, said the following in an email: “So let me tell you a little about Eliza,” she wrote. “She is a 3-year-old bundle of energy who loves life and is charismatic. She loves to play dress- up in her princess gowns and is a very creative little artist.
by KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | August 23, 2002 Hair found on a bloody glove lying in the street the day the bodies of Daniel and Wilda Davis were found in their West Wilson Boulevard home could have been that of Russell Wayne Wagner, a DNA expert for the FBI testified Thursday in Wagner's first-degree murder trial. FBI agent John Stewart testified that he received various blood and hair samples from Hagerstown City Police and tested them against hairs found on the bloody glove and on a 5-inch hunting knife that prosecutors say was the murder weapon.
April 25, 2013
Cats Adult domestic long hair, gender unknown, charcoal and white, found on Johnson Terrace in Smithsburg Adult domestic medium hair, female, gray, found on Taulton Lane in Knoxville For more information, call the Humane Society of Washington County at 301-733-2060.
By C.J. LOVELACE | | April 18, 2013
Francisco Silva's smile was beaming Thursday afternoon as he talked about his new business location on North Potomac Street in downtown Hagerstown. “I wanted to come downtown; more busy, more traffic,” said Silva, owner of Kerry's Hair and Day Spa at 35 N. Potomac St. “That way I can build my salon and also my stylists.” Attended by numerous city officials and a representative from U.S. Congressman John Delaney's office, a grand opening and ribbon-cutting event was held to officially welcome the City Center business, which was transplanted from Silva's former location on East Franklin Street.
April 11, 2013
The Top Five Vocal concert Countertenor Terry Barber will perform classical and popular favorites. A Community Concert Association of Hagerstown concert. 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 12, at The Maryland Theatre, 21 S. Potmac St., downtown Hagerstown. $25; $2 students. Call 240-520-0174 or go to . She's got great hair World-class hair designer Brett Borreson will lead Evening of Hope: Fashion for a Cure, a theatrical hair-inspired fashion show Saturday, April 13. 6 p.m., doors open for silent auction; 7 p.m., hair and fashion show begins.
By BOB PARASILITI | March 31, 2013
Sports can get into your hair. It happens more for some than others. That's not a bald joke, but then again … Teams ride the wave of success. Athletes always proclaim they are just trying to do their part. And how many baseball players shag flies during an afternoon at the ballpark? OK. Before you give this subject the brush off, let's get to the root of the analogy. Lately, sports news has been like gossip at one big beauty salon. Most of the talk revolves around streaks and how they highlight and add color to a season.
March 30, 2013
You know, I've been doing this media thing for a little time now. Those of you that know me know my dome is bathed in gray as I continue my trek into the 60s, and I don't mean the year. At times I've done television, at times I've done radio, but for the most part it's been behind the desk working in the print business. As you know, or may not, at the end of a prep sports season a newspaper generally selects all-star teams for specific sports. It takes time putting the teams together, believe me. It's not that you just throw names into a hat and presto.
February 24, 2013
Cats Adult domestic shorthair, male, black and yellow, found on Jonathan Street in Hagerstown Adult DSH, male, gray, found on Smithfield Farm Road in Hagerstown Adult domestic medium-hair, male, gray and beige, found on Resh Road in Hagerstown Adult DSH, male, cream and charcoal, found on Mitchell Avenue in Hagerstown Adult DSH, male, blue, found on Smithsfield Farm Lane in Hagerstown For more information about these animals,...
February 3, 2013
There's no way to know whether special articles of clothing, facial hair or a particular snack had anything to do with the Baltimore Ravens' victory over San Francisco in Sunday's Super Bowl. But those who practiced such quirky superstitions on behalf of the Ravens can take pleasure in the idea they might have played a role in the win. Following is a sampling of what some area residents did to try to give Baltimore an edge: Mismatched socks and more Justin Anthony of Williamsport wears mismatched socks and the same boxer shorts and black University of Maryland basketball shorts for every Baltimore Ravens game.
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