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February 28, 2006
A group of teenagers helped redesign this teen section, formerly known as Next, which needs a new name to reflect the changes. Whoever comes up with the name we use will receive an iPod. Teen writers generate the majority of the content, which focuses on teen lifestyles and entertainment. If you have a name for the section, please e-mail it to Lifestyle Editor Jake Womer at jakew@herald-mail.com and include your name, age, phone number and address. You also can mail it to The Herald-Mail; c/o Lifestyle; P.O. Box 439; Hagerstown, MD 21740.
NEWS
By Brigitte Grewe, Pulse correspondent | September 23, 2008
Tyler Bloom Age: 15 School: South Hagerstown High School Grade: ninth Favorite song: "After Life" by Avenged Sevenfold Top 5 favorite bands: Three Days Grace Flyleaf Avenged Sevenfold Blessthefall Paramore Favorite album: "One X" by Three Days Grace
NEWS
By AL WUNDERLICH / Pulse Correspondent | October 16, 2007
About 80 teenagers from Catholic churches in Washington and Frederick counties recently went to different parts of Hagerstown to help others by volunteering. The program, called iServe, was a two-day event organized by St. Mary Catholic Church. Teenagers stayed overnight at St. Mary's and worked for two days with Hagerstown-area nonprofit groups, such as The Salvation Army, Walnut Towers, Food Resources Inc., Holly Place, REACH and the Walnut Street Health Center. Brooklyn Needy, 17, a junior at North Hagerstown High School, said, "My favorite part was delivering food to the houses with disabled people.
NEWS
August 5, 2008
A 16-year-old Hagerstown boy has been charged with armed robbery after police said he and an accomplice used pellet pistols to steal an iPod Touch and other items last month, Washington County District Court documents show. Antoine Alfonso Hunter, of 25 Summer St., was charged as an adult with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, and theft of items valued at more than $500, as well as conspiracy to commit each of these crimes, court records show. The robbery happened at about 10:45 p.m. on July 3 as the victim walked through an alley near the first block of Ross Street, Hagerstown Police Department detective S.E. Blankenship wrote in charging documents.
NEWS
August 22, 2011
Burglaries, thefts, vandalism reported in Washington County The following incidents were reported Friday through Monday by the Washington County Sheriff's Office: An attempted burglary in the 12900 block of The Terrace. A burglary in the 13300 block of Greensburg Road. Two burglaries in the 11300 block of Sword Road. A burglary in the first block of Mulberry Street. Vandalism in the 1000 block of Premium Outlets Boulevard. Vandalism in the 100 block of East High Street.
NEWS
November 3, 2006
Heather Higgins Clear Spring Volleyball Senior Who has had the biggest influence on your life? My mom. She is always there for me and pushing me to do my best. How much time do you invest in practicing on your own? Over the summer, every night at home I practice serving with parents. Where is your favorite place to hang out (specifically)? Football games at Clear Spring. Cicis Pizza with friends. Who is the best athlete you have competed against?
NEWS
By Tony Mulieri | January 8, 2006
I found out after the fact that The Daily Mail published a couple of local photos that were taken with someone's camera phone. The photos were e-mailed to the paper. A camera phone. I don't think it was sprinkled with megapixels either. It's funny how technology seems to seep into your everyday life whether you want it to or not. And Americans don't seem to mind. We pay for "minutes" with our cell phone plans. We've been buying special water - bottled water, that is - for years.
NEWS
by CHRIS COPLEY | April 4, 2006
The section formerly known as Next has a new name - Pulse. The revamped section launched Feb. 14, when we asked Tri-State-area teens to submit names. We received more than 300 suggestions, narrowed those down and asked for further help via a reader vote. Following staff discussion and readers voting for their favorite names, Pulse made the cut - thanks to Ashley Kendle of Hagerstown. She wins an iPod nano, which was offered as a reward to the person submitting the name selected for the teen section.
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NEWS
August 22, 2011
Burglaries, thefts, vandalism reported in Washington County The following incidents were reported Friday through Monday by the Washington County Sheriff's Office: An attempted burglary in the 12900 block of The Terrace. A burglary in the 13300 block of Greensburg Road. Two burglaries in the 11300 block of Sword Road. A burglary in the first block of Mulberry Street. Vandalism in the 1000 block of Premium Outlets Boulevard. Vandalism in the 100 block of East High Street.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | August 19, 2010
Imagine if a teacher could get immediate feedback from a class to determine if students had learned a concept that had just been taught. At Fountain Rock Elementary School, that and more will be possible with some technological gadgets that will be used this school year, thanks to a $15,000 donation from the school's PTA, educators said this week. The donation is paying for 40 iPod touches, one iPad, 10 high-definition flip cameras, five high-definition quality podcasting microphones, five InterwriteMobi pads, two sets of clickers, a MacBook and a security device for the iPods, according to Principal Mike Telemeco and Jill Burkhart, the school system's director for elementary education.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | May 20, 2009
WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- It's not every day you hear rapper Eminem's lyrics played in a police car. But as the staff at Sounds So Good Car Audio started a Frederick, Md., police car on Wednesday afternoon, Eminem's music caused subwoofers in the back to literally pulsate. The car won't be used to pick up criminals, but rather recruit potential officers at special events. Staff at Sounds So Good Car Audio, which is on a lane across from Hooverville Elementary School, had few instructions from police beyond keep the car functional, but also "make it flashy and make it showy," Ryan Bryan said.
NEWS
By Brigitte Grewe, Pulse correspondent | September 23, 2008
Tyler Bloom Age: 15 School: South Hagerstown High School Grade: ninth Favorite song: "After Life" by Avenged Sevenfold Top 5 favorite bands: Three Days Grace Flyleaf Avenged Sevenfold Blessthefall Paramore Favorite album: "One X" by Three Days Grace
NEWS
August 5, 2008
A 16-year-old Hagerstown boy has been charged with armed robbery after police said he and an accomplice used pellet pistols to steal an iPod Touch and other items last month, Washington County District Court documents show. Antoine Alfonso Hunter, of 25 Summer St., was charged as an adult with armed robbery, robbery, first- and second-degree assault, and theft of items valued at more than $500, as well as conspiracy to commit each of these crimes, court records show. The robbery happened at about 10:45 p.m. on July 3 as the victim walked through an alley near the first block of Ross Street, Hagerstown Police Department detective S.E. Blankenship wrote in charging documents.
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