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April 27, 2012
Name: Indiana Age: 1 year old Color: gray, black with white tabby Breed: domestic shorthaired mix ID: A15512180 Name: Kansas Age: 1 year old Color: gray and black tabby Breed: domestic shorthaired mix ID: A15512218 These sweet lads are looking for a home. Indiana and Kansas are cuddle bugs, best friends and brothers, and we'd love for them to find a home together. The Purr-Perfect Pair, two for the price of one would be the ultimate idea for these two boys.
OPINION
By ALLAN POWELL | March 30, 2012
On Sunday, Feb. 5, big things were going on both inside and outside of Lucas Oil Stadium. Inside, Super Bowl XLVI  was attracting worldwide attention. Outside, in a nearby park, was a much less recognized aggregate of “Occupy Indianapolis” protestors. Their interest was to generate opposition to Gov. Mitch Daniels' brain child - a peculiarly named “right to work” law that is part of a new fad of Republican governors, popularly known as “union busting.” What is really behind this move to balance state budgets by laying the weight of this burden on the backs of public service workers?
NEWS
August 16, 2008
The Federal Little League 11-12 All-Stars scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and, tnanks to a game-saving play by first baseman Andrew Yacyk to end the game, defeated Jeffersonville, Ind., 3-2, in their opening game of pool play in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Federal won despite not getting a hit in the game. See Sunday's edition of The Herald-Mail for full coverage of Federal's victory.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | December 30, 2011
Grief counselors will be available at Winter Street Elementary School in Hagerstown when Christmas break ends next week to help students cope with the death of a 9-year-old former student who was killed and dismembered last week in Fort Wayne, Ind. Hagerstown resident Rhonda Schwartz said she wants her daughter, Kymberley Schwartz, to take full advantage of the service. She said Kymberley and the murdered girl, Aliahna Lemmon, quickly became best friends after meeting on the school playground during the 2010-11 school year.
OBITUARIES
December 7, 2012
Marilyn Jean Bennett Duncan, 80, of Hagerstown and formerly of Indiana, died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, at Julia Manor Health Care Center in Hagerstown. The family will receive friends Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Rest Haven Funeral Chapel, Hagerstown. The service will be Thursday in Indiana.
NEWS
September 8, 2012
A 52-year-old Indiana man was killed overnight in a head-on collision between his vehicle and a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 at mile marker 6 east of Hancock, Maryland State Police said in a news release. David R. Kassing, of Carmel, Ind., was driving a 2011 Porsche west at a high rate of speed, when he lost control of the vehicle, crossed the median and entered the eastbound lane of the highway at about 12:30 a.m., police said. Kassing's vehicle hit a 2004 Volvo tractor-trailer being driven by Delwin Laray Martin, 30, of Hagerstown, police said.
NEWS
October 4, 2006
The Washington County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to accept a bid from AC&T Company Inc. of Hagerstown and Petroleum Traders Corporation in Indiana for the purchase and delivery of heating oil. The board voted unanimously on the decision. Board Member Russell F. Williams was absent. The companies were the lowest bidders, and the estimated operating funds expected to be used was $742,000, officials said Tuesday.
NEWS
November 18, 2006
MEN'S BASKETBALL Shepherd 98, Columbia Union 78 SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Barry Cornish had 28 points and 23 rebounds as Shepherd University topped Columbia Union in the Clarion Hotel Tip-off Tournament. Yves Moliva scored 24 points for the Rams (1-0). Danley Shank had 18 points, eight rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals, and Fred Lymas added six points, five assists and three steals. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Indiana (Pa.) 81, Shepherd 77 CALIFORNIA, Pa. - Tiffany Acker scored 18 points for Shepherd University in a loss to Indiana on the first day of the California University Holliday Inn Classic.
NEWS
By MICHAEL MAROT | March 12, 2009
INDIANAPOLIS - Jamelle Cornley used his pregame speech to convey his emotions about making the NCAA tournament. He did an even better job showing his Penn State teammates how to get there. With the Nittany Lions needing one or two more wins to likely lock up their first tourney bid since 2001, the senior swingman took matters into his own hands by scoring 14 points in the first 11 minutes, finishing with 22 points and leading the Nittany Lions past Indiana 66-51 in Thursday's first-round game at the Big Ten tournament.
NEWS
By DAN SPEARS | November 16, 1998
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College football coach Monte Cater only hopes his team performs better under pressure than the school's satellite system. With the announcement of the Division II playoff bracket Sunday afternoon, Cater gathered his to see its name flashed on the big screen. But when the big moment came, nothing came on the TV. So Cater was forced to get the good news - his team will travel to Indiana (Pa.) Saturday in the first round - over the telephone. --cont.
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NEWS
By C.J. LOVELACE | cj.lovelace@herald-mail.com | September 3, 2013
Located roughly seven hours west right off Interstate 70, a small town in Indiana shares a particular bond with Hagerstown that runs deeper than just its name. Hagerstown, Ind., a town of about 1,800 people in Wayne County, was settled in 1832 by people who had local connections to Hagerstown, Md., and surrounding areas in Washington County, city resident Mike Keifer said Tuesday. “We have bloodlines already,” Keifer told Hagerstown City Council members during a work session meeting at City Hall.
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OBITUARIES
December 7, 2012
Marilyn Jean Bennett Duncan, 80, of Hagerstown and formerly of Indiana, died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, at Julia Manor Health Care Center in Hagerstown. The family will receive friends Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Rest Haven Funeral Chapel, Hagerstown. The service will be Thursday in Indiana.
NEWS
September 8, 2012
A 52-year-old Indiana man was killed overnight in a head-on collision between his vehicle and a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 at mile marker 6 east of Hancock, Maryland State Police said in a news release. David R. Kassing, of Carmel, Ind., was driving a 2011 Porsche west at a high rate of speed, when he lost control of the vehicle, crossed the median and entered the eastbound lane of the highway at about 12:30 a.m., police said. Kassing's vehicle hit a 2004 Volvo tractor-trailer being driven by Delwin Laray Martin, 30, of Hagerstown, police said.
NEWS
By REBECCA S. GREEN | The Journal Gazette | June 18, 2012
A man who admitted to killing a former Hagerstown girl was sentenced Monday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Allen Superior Judge John Surbeck accepted Michael Len Plumadore's guilty plea to charges of murder, abuse of a corpse, removing the body from a scene of a violent or suspicious death and being a habitual offender. Plumadore, 39, in May admitted to killing 9-year-old Aliahna Maroney-Lemmon, for whom he was babysitting, and dismembering the body days before Christmas.
LIFESTYLE
April 27, 2012
Name: Indiana Age: 1 year old Color: gray, black with white tabby Breed: domestic shorthaired mix ID: A15512180 Name: Kansas Age: 1 year old Color: gray and black tabby Breed: domestic shorthaired mix ID: A15512218 These sweet lads are looking for a home. Indiana and Kansas are cuddle bugs, best friends and brothers, and we'd love for them to find a home together. The Purr-Perfect Pair, two for the price of one would be the ultimate idea for these two boys.
OPINION
By ALLAN POWELL | March 30, 2012
On Sunday, Feb. 5, big things were going on both inside and outside of Lucas Oil Stadium. Inside, Super Bowl XLVI  was attracting worldwide attention. Outside, in a nearby park, was a much less recognized aggregate of “Occupy Indianapolis” protestors. Their interest was to generate opposition to Gov. Mitch Daniels' brain child - a peculiarly named “right to work” law that is part of a new fad of Republican governors, popularly known as “union busting.” What is really behind this move to balance state budgets by laying the weight of this burden on the backs of public service workers?
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | December 30, 2011
Grief counselors will be available at Winter Street Elementary School in Hagerstown when Christmas break ends next week to help students cope with the death of a 9-year-old former student who was killed and dismembered last week in Fort Wayne, Ind. Hagerstown resident Rhonda Schwartz said she wants her daughter, Kymberley Schwartz, to take full advantage of the service. She said Kymberley and the murdered girl, Aliahna Lemmon, quickly became best friends after meeting on the school playground during the 2010-11 school year.
SPORTS
October 1, 2011
Matt McGloin watched agonizingly as Penn State squandered its scoring chances Saturday. He needed only one play to fix the whole darn thing. McGloin made the right read and the perfect throw late in the third quarter, hooking up with Derek Moye on a 74-yard TD pass and leading the Nittany Lions past Indiana 16-10. “They were pressing a lot, really challenging us to throw deep, so we sent Derek out on a go route and I let it fly and he ran under it,” McGloin said. “At times, we play extremely well.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | April 14, 2011
When former Shepherd University music department Chairman Guy Frank died last year, Mark McCoy said of his predecessor: "Guy Frank invented it all. "Everybody at Shepherd lives in Guy Frank's debt. The success of the music department stands on his shoulders," McCoy said. Now, faculty, administrators and members of Friends in Music, the music department's support group that McCoy helped to found in 2001, are expressing similar sentiments about McCoy, who is leaving to take over the music department at DePauw University in Indiana.
BREAKINGNEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | February 18, 2011
A VT Industries Inc. production facility set to open this summer in Hagerstown will replace the company's Fine Laminate Countertop plant in Shelbyville, Ind., company officials announced Friday. The company will close the Shelbyville plant and move the work to Hagerstown, which is better positioned to serve its customer base, said Trisha Schmitt, the company's vice president for corporate marketing. The Hagerstown plant at 101 Western Maryland Parkway is expected to open in July and will employ between 70 and 75 workers, Schmitt said.
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