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March 26, 2001
Cop who was dragged by car says he was ready to pull gun By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg A Chambersburg Police officer testified Monday that he believed he was going to be killed by a car full of teenagers when he was dragged down a borough street after a traffic stop. "I was reaching for my gun. I though I might be able to get off a few shots at the driver," said Sgt. Glenn Manns as he recounted the Feb. 26 incident near the Southgate Shopping Center during a preliminary hearing Monday.
October 19, 1997
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY Staff Writer Hopewell Manor Apartments had just opened when Virginia "Ginny" Weir moved in 14 years ago. Her two sons, now 27 and 30, were still at home at the time, Weir said. And the complex, off Hopewell Road between Hagerstown and Williamsport, proved an excellent place to finish raising them, she said. Since Weir became resident manager of Hopewell Manor seven years ago, she said, she has strived to keep it a family community where residents take pride in their surroundings.
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | August 23, 2010
A recent national study reported that nearly one out of five teens has some form of hearing loss. Perhaps it's time to quiet down. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) released the results of a study Wednesday, Aug. 18, that examined the prevalence of hearing loss in youths ages 12 to 19, and found there was a greater prevalence of hearing loss among teens between 2005 and 2006 compared with 1988 to 1994. The report didn't assign blame to listening devices as the cause of the problem, but audiologists and national medical organizations have been encouraging teens to lower the volume on their music players and to take note of the noise in their environments.
By DAVE McMILLION | August 9, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- The Red Hot Chili Peppers song "Californication" boomed over the sound system at Southside Bowl on Sunday afternoon as patrons drummed their fingers on counters to the beat. The sound of balls slamming into pins added an alternative percussion to the music as a healthy crowd of about 180 people streamed into the local lanes at 17325 Virginia Avenue. The bowling lanes, along with two others in the area that are owned by Frank Turner, have been a fixture in the community for decades and over the weekend, Turner celebrated 58 years in the business.
By DAN DEARTH | | August 22, 2012
Washington County liquor officials on Wednesday ordered the owner of El Palenque Cantina in Hagerstown to pay a $2,500 fine because of multiple complaints that were made against the downtown bar and restaurant earlier this year. The Board of License Commissioners for Washington County, known as the liquor board, also voted to suspend the liquor license of Jose Arias, El Palenque's owner, for 60 days. Robert Everhart, liquor board chairman, said after the hearing that Arias has 30 days to pay the fine or file an appeal at Washington County Circuit Court.
By MARLO BARNHART | February 10, 1998
Whittington denied parole Jeffrey Todd Whittington, serving a 20-year sentence for the 1993 murder of his bride of three weeks, on Monday lost his bid for parole. Maryland Parole Commissioners Thomas V. Miller and Michael C. Blount deliberated for four minutes before announcing their decision, which is expected to keep Whittington, 24, in prison for at least 11 more years. "We have studied and looked over all the criteria we use and, given the serious nature of this horrid crime and the breaks you already got, parole is refused," Blount said.
By C.J. LOVELACE | | September 3, 2013
Hagerstown officials are considering changing the city's noise ordinance which has not been updated since 1996. Kathleen A. Maher, the city's planning director, said Tuesday that the proposed changes were needed to clearly state what entities enforce the ordinance and clean up wording that was considered confusing.  “It makes it clearer what the city's intent is,” Maher told the Hagerstown City Council during a work session at City Hall. New provisions include adding a statement of intent, which was not included previously, and clear definitions of contained terms such as “excessive noise,” “plainly audible” and “day time,” according to a memorandum to the five-member council.
By RICHARD F. BELISLE, Waynesboro | June 7, 2000
FORT LITTLETON, Pa. - It's like a Marine Corps boot camp with state cops as the drill instructors and Fulton County school students as their recruits. Discipline is hard-nosed and unrelenting. cont. from news page The kids try to stand ramrod straight as the cop camp directors stand bill cap to bill cap yelling orders in their faces. The days are dawn-to-dusk and all travel to meals and activities is always on the run. "It takes a couple of days for them to get into it," said Don Eisaman, a retired McConellsburg, Pa., state trooper who directs the week-long camp every year.
August 28, 2012
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November 27, 2001
Police log in November 27 Morning Herald Woman charged with refusing to keep car radio volume down A Waynesboro, Pa., woman was charged after police asked her three times to turn down the volume of her car radio Monday afternoon. Hagerstown City Police said Wintry S. Irvin, 38, of 22 W. 6th St., was charged with disobeying a noise ordinance after police heard music blaring from her car stereo. Each time police asked her to turn down the music she did, only to turn it back up a short time later, police alleged.
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