April 13, 1998
Sarah J. Keller, 13, of Big Pool, was named Youth of the Month for March by the Washington County Commissioners. Keller, an eighth-grader at Clear Spring Middle School, told the commissioners Tuesday that she might want to become a physicist or astronomer. She thanked her parents and teachers for helping her "become the person I am. " County CommisCsioners President Gregory I. Snook thanked Keller for her involvement in the community. She has been on the honor roll for the past three years and is a member of the Student Senate.
March 14, 2011
Monday, March 14, 2011 YOUTH WRESTLING Kelbaugh wins another title Eight-year-old Nick Kelbaugh, of Hagerstown, was the 55-pound weight-class champion in the Midget (ages 7-8) Division at the Mason-Dixon Tournament on Sunday at North Hagerstown High School. Kelbaugh, who competes for the Williamsport Wrestling Club, has won several tournaments this year, including a Maryland State Wrestling Association state title last month. YOUTH ICE HOCKEY U10 Squirts The Hagerstown Bulldogs were the runners-up at the Penn State Hockey Valley Invitational Tournament.
May 11, 2013
Lebanon Valley College recently announced the names of the winter and spring athletes from this area: - Matthew R. Aldridge of New Market, Md., was a member of the men's lacrosse team. Aldridge, a graduate of Linganore High School, is a sophomore economics major. - Alex L. Beard of Frederick, Md., was a member of the men's lacrosse team. Beard, a graduate of Gov. Thomas Johnson High School, is a junior English major. - Peyton V. Carper of Frederick was a member of the women's basketball team.
September 16, 2011
Marc Daniel Lipella, 29, of Garden Spot Drive, Hagerstown, Md., passed away Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011. Born Thursday, June 17, 1982, in Hagerstown, he was the son of Richard G. "Dick" Lipella and Gayle Ann Boyes Lipella of Hagerstown. He graduated from North Hagerstown High School in 2000, and later graduated from the University of Maryland in 2004 with a degree in geology. He also played hockey for the University of Maryland. Marc enjoyed baseball, ice hockey and playing music.
June 27, 2011
James “Jim” Blaylock took early retirement from the Internal Revenue Service in January 2008, but it wasn’t for a life of leisure. Instead, he traded a paycheck for a volunteer position as general manager of the Hagerstown Ice & Sports Complex. His commitment to the community didn’t go unnoticed, as he recently was recognized by the Southeastern District of USA Hockey as a Volunteer of the Year. The recognition surprised him, said Blaylock, who describes himself as “quiet and reserved,” and said he prefers to work behind the scenes.
October 31, 2000
County briefs Swartz shows spooky side Commissioner Paul L. Swartz sparked laughter Tuesday when he entered the Washington County Commissioners' meeting room wearing a mask over his face and a wig of curly green hair. As people laughed, he asked, "What's so funny?" He then removed the Halloween mask and attached wig and got down to business. After school grants awarded The Washington County Commissioners approved After School Opportunity Grant awards Tuesday.
January 27, 2009
Boys Basketball St. James at Flint Hill, ppd. tba North Hagerstown at Williamsport, ppd. tba South Hagerstown at Catoctin, ppd. tba Clear Spring at Smithsburg, ppd. to Thursday Archbishop Spalding at St. Maria Goretti, 7 New Life at Grace Academy, 7 Broadfording Christian Academy at Calvary Christian, 7 CVCS at Lebanon Christian Academy, 7 Hancock at MSD, 7:30 Chambersburg at Steel-High, 7:30 Greencastle at Shippensburg, ppd....
June 1, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Ella Starr's summer vacation after high school graduation will be cut short by her entrance into the U.S. Naval Academy less than 48 hours before Independence Day. "I wanted to serve my country all my life and be a surgeon," Starr said. Starr, 18, will graduate from Chambersburg Area Senior High School with about 700 other students on Friday. Time after graduation will be spent in continued work at Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar and preparation for the Naval Academy in Annapolis.
June 2, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Ella Starr's summer vacation after high school graduation will be cut short by her entrance into the U.S. Naval Academy less than 48 hours before Independence Day. "I wanted to serve my country all my life and be a surgeon," Starr said. Starr, 18, will graduate from Chambersburg Area Senior High School with about 700 other students on Friday. Time after graduation will be spent in continued work at Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar and preparation for the Naval Academy in Annapolis.