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NEWS
January 30, 1998
By RICHARD F. BELISLE Staff Writer CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania first lady Michele Ridge presided over a dedication ceremony Friday for Wilson College's permanent Residential Women with Children program. More than 50 people attended the ceremony at Prentis Hall on campus, site of eight new family type dorms opening this year to house single mothers and their children. Most of the $400,000 to renovate the building came from a private foundation. The residence program began on a pilot basis at the school, officials said.
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by MARLO BARNHART | December 9, 2003
marlob@herald-mail.com FUNKSTOWN - Faced with daily struggles of mobility, tight finances and government red tape, Joshua Watkins works hard to keep active, useful and positive. "I'm disabled, but I won't let it get me down," said the 23-year-old who was born with cerebral palsy. Watkins lives independently in an apartment on West Baltimore Street in this small, close-knit town. Living on SSI (Supplemental Security Income through the Social Security Administration)
NEWS
December 4, 2000
Students have good things to say about program By SCOTT BUTKI / Staff Writer see also: Academy president says school not limited to dropouts CASCADE - Five Role Models Academy students, and the parent of a sixth, had only positive comments to make about the school during interviews Monday. Standing in front of the academy headquarters, Denice Williams of Williamsport said her son, Andrew, joined the school's College Corps about a week ago and she was amazed by the program.
NEWS
by TONY MULIERI | May 14, 2006
South Hagerstown High School's Dustin Carr had to get a lift up to get to the platform to receive his True Grit award at Tuesday night's banquet at the Four Points Sheraton. You see, Dustin has cerebral palsy, but that hasn't stopped him from competing in track and field and cross country at South High. He might have had to get a lift up, but he gave everyone in the room a lift in spirit after South High teacher Ann Platou's inspiring testimonial about him. The audience gave him a standing O. Dustin was the last to receive his award that night, and as he made his way to the podium with the help of a cane, you had to wonder just how does this young man compete in track and field and cross country?
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | February 9, 2011
Prospective students will be able to tour the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics' new Hagerstown campus Saturday at an open house scheduled for 10 a.m. The school, in Top Flight Air Park near Hagerstown Regional Airport, remains on schedule to begin its first class April 29, PIA Director James Mader said. The school will offer a 16-month, aviation-maintenance-technician diploma program. PIA will accept 25 students in its first class and has received more than 25 applications, Mader said.
NEWS
by DON AINES | May 11, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A retired police sergeant was appointed Monday night to fill a Chambersburg Borough Council vacancy in the Third Ward, but the selection process came in for some criticism. A committee made up of Council Vice President Robert Wareham and council members John Redding and Elaine Swartz unanimously recommended that Glenn K. Manns, of 332 Suelinn Drive, fill the seat vacated April 23 by Carl Helman, who moved out of the borough.
OBITUARIES
December 19, 2012
World War II veteran, Elvin Edward Thomas, 93, of Bunker Hill, W.Va., was called home Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, after a short illness. Born Oct. 29, 1919, in Sun, W.Va., he was the son of the late Clarence Megginson and Amelia Thomas. He received his high school diploma from DuBois High School in Mount Hope, W.Va., where he excelled in academics, as well as an outstanding athlete. After high school, in the early years of his career he worked as a bellhop at a hotel in Beckley, W.Va.
NEWS
By CLYDE FORD | May 28, 1998
by Richard T. Meagher / staff photographer see the enlargement HARPERS FERRY, W.Va. - Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Ranger Chuck Dennis gives directions and describes what there is for visitors to see at the park when they stop at the information desk. He's done it for 22 years despite the fact that he's never seen the park and admits he frequently gets lost when he walks through town. Dennis, 45, has been blind since birth. "Sometimes people stop in and don't notice I'm blind," said Dennis, who wears crimson-toned sunglasses.
NEWS
by BOB MAGINNIS | September 17, 2006
Every month I meet with a group of local citizens who advise me on editorial page matters. For more than five years we've been coming together for these two-hour meetings. The group's members offer constructive criticism, some of which stings. But the best thing I get is different perspectives on what is happening. With that in mind - and because our last meeting fell the day after Maryland's Sept. 12 primary - I asked members to tell me which issues I and the editorial page staff should concentrate in in the general election campaign.
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