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August 17, 2009
Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Md. 77 Today, weigh-in at 7:15 a.m., exercise at 8:30, meeting at 9:30, First Christian Church, 1345 Potomac Ave., Hagerstown. Call Donna at 301-223-8143 or Patsy at 301-582-2292. Amyloidosis Wednesday, Aug. 19, noon. The Improved Order of Red Men Club, Williamsport. Call Martha Wiles at 301-714-0992 for more information. Concerned persons Wednesday, Aug. 19, 6 p.m., Behavioral Health Services, 24 N. Walnut St., Hagerstown.
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by ERIN JULIUS | March 15, 2007
HANCOCK - The Hancock Town Council voted Wednesday to proceed with a plan to revamp its community center, converting the meeting room into a performing arts center. Councilman Sinclair Hamilton, who sits on the Arts Council, proposed the performing arts center during the town council's December meeting. Hamilton wants to make the space available to the community for dances, plays and festivals. People approached him about the lack of an appropriate space for arts activities, and the performing arts center was borne of their questions, Hamilton said Wednesday.
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by KATE COLEMAN | November 25, 2002
katec@herald-mail.com "If crutches would grow, we'd plant them up in the park," says Bob Walton, a member of the Maugansville Ruritan Club. The organization never has a shortage of crutches in its storage building. The group also has other medical equipment - hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, bedside commodes and lift chairs - available free of charge to people in the little community outside Hagerstown. Jay Stouffer has headed up the Ruritans' service project for more than 30 years.
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Susie Hoffman | December 27, 2010
Cochran to speak Valley Art Association will meet Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Mansion House Art Center, 501 Highland Way in Hagerstown, to the rear of City Park. Following a short business meeting and refreshments, William Cochran will speak and show slides about "How To's on Painting" in trompe l'oeil style (dimensional paintings that fool the eye into thinking they are real). He is a muralist, sculptor and designer from Frederick, Md. Participants are encouraged to visit the Carroll Creek Community Bridge to see the ivy and statues prior to the meeting.
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By BRUCE HAMILTON | January 13, 2000
Four students were briefly exposed to a small amount of mercury during a Health Occupations class at Washington County Technical High School Thursday afternoon. cont. from front page The students were taken to Washington County Hospital with no apparent injuries. "They're not showing any effects," said schools spokeswoman Donna Messina. "It's strictly precautionary. " The students were showered twice as part of a decontamination process. Two custodians who may have been indirectly exposed were also treated, according to Principal Arnold Hammann.
NEWS
October 17, 2004
NETCONN Solutions NETCONN Solutions recently was ranked 12th in Maryland in Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 Program. The program is a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the area by Deloitte & Touche LLP, one of the nation's leading professional services firms. Rankings are based on the percentage of growth in fiscal year revenues over five years, from 1999-2003. To qualify for the Technology Fast 50, companies must have had operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 1999 and $1 million in 2003, must be public or private companies headquartered in North America, and be a "technology company" defined as owning proprietary technology that contributes to a significant portion of the company's operating revenues and/or devoting a significant proportion of revenues to research and development of technology.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | September 13, 2007
The United Way of Franklin County can be reached at 717-262-0015. WAYNESBORO, PA. - Bob Harrison had been involved with the United Way for decades when his wife fell terminally ill. When making arrangements for Ruth Harrison's care, the couple better realized the United Way's impact. The Harrisons worked with their doctor to arrange for in-home Hospice care, a part of Lutheran Home Care Services that benefits from the United Way network of organizations. "The cost was zero.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | September 15, 2003
Organizers of the Wednesday, Sept. 17, Caregiver's Conference tried to think of everything to make it possible for local caregivers to attend, says Dawn Johns, community liaison for Hospice of Washington County Inc. The obstacles that make it difficult for caregivers to get away will be tackled at the conference. The registration fee for the 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. session, which includes lunch, is $10. The Washington County Commission on Aging is providing scholarship funds for those who have difficulty paying.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | March 15, 2008
SMITHSBURG - A Smithsburg family that includes two children born with a rare genetic disorder received some help Friday in the form of volunteers building a ramp to their home on Wolfsville Road. Arran Willock, 7, and his adopted sister, Hannah, 2, children of Brad and Rebecca Willock, were born with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, a disorder than has left them unable to walk or talk. Volunteers from the Home Ramp Project, an offshoot of the Commission on Aging, usually build ramps for seniors so they can stay in their homes, Bill Beard said.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | May 29, 2012
A delayed autopsy report prompted a Washington County Circuit Court judge on Tuesday to postpone the trial of a Hagerstown man who is charged in the October 2011 death of a 2-year-old boy. Washington County Circuit Judge M. Kenneth Long set Brian Michael Miller's trial date for Sept. 11. Miller, 33, of 360 Buena Vista Ave., is charged with 16 counts, including first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of Logan Sellers, according to court documents.
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By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | May 29, 2012
A delayed autopsy report prompted a Washington County Circuit Court judge on Tuesday to postpone the trial of a Hagerstown man who is charged in the October 2011 death of a 2-year-old boy. Washington County Circuit Judge M. Kenneth Long set Brian Michael Miller's trial date for Sept. 11. Miller, 33, of 360 Buena Vista Ave., is charged with 16 counts, including first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of Logan Sellers, according to court documents.
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Susie Hoffman | December 27, 2010
Cochran to speak Valley Art Association will meet Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. at the Mansion House Art Center, 501 Highland Way in Hagerstown, to the rear of City Park. Following a short business meeting and refreshments, William Cochran will speak and show slides about "How To's on Painting" in trompe l'oeil style (dimensional paintings that fool the eye into thinking they are real). He is a muralist, sculptor and designer from Frederick, Md. Participants are encouraged to visit the Carroll Creek Community Bridge to see the ivy and statues prior to the meeting.
NEWS
August 17, 2009
Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) Md. 77 Today, weigh-in at 7:15 a.m., exercise at 8:30, meeting at 9:30, First Christian Church, 1345 Potomac Ave., Hagerstown. Call Donna at 301-223-8143 or Patsy at 301-582-2292. Amyloidosis Wednesday, Aug. 19, noon. The Improved Order of Red Men Club, Williamsport. Call Martha Wiles at 301-714-0992 for more information. Concerned persons Wednesday, Aug. 19, 6 p.m., Behavioral Health Services, 24 N. Walnut St., Hagerstown.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | March 15, 2008
SMITHSBURG - A Smithsburg family that includes two children born with a rare genetic disorder received some help Friday in the form of volunteers building a ramp to their home on Wolfsville Road. Arran Willock, 7, and his adopted sister, Hannah, 2, children of Brad and Rebecca Willock, were born with Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, a disorder than has left them unable to walk or talk. Volunteers from the Home Ramp Project, an offshoot of the Commission on Aging, usually build ramps for seniors so they can stay in their homes, Bill Beard said.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | September 13, 2007
The United Way of Franklin County can be reached at 717-262-0015. WAYNESBORO, PA. - Bob Harrison had been involved with the United Way for decades when his wife fell terminally ill. When making arrangements for Ruth Harrison's care, the couple better realized the United Way's impact. The Harrisons worked with their doctor to arrange for in-home Hospice care, a part of Lutheran Home Care Services that benefits from the United Way network of organizations. "The cost was zero.
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | March 15, 2007
HANCOCK - The Hancock Town Council voted Wednesday to proceed with a plan to revamp its community center, converting the meeting room into a performing arts center. Councilman Sinclair Hamilton, who sits on the Arts Council, proposed the performing arts center during the town council's December meeting. Hamilton wants to make the space available to the community for dances, plays and festivals. People approached him about the lack of an appropriate space for arts activities, and the performing arts center was borne of their questions, Hamilton said Wednesday.
NEWS
October 17, 2004
NETCONN Solutions NETCONN Solutions recently was ranked 12th in Maryland in Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 Program. The program is a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the area by Deloitte & Touche LLP, one of the nation's leading professional services firms. Rankings are based on the percentage of growth in fiscal year revenues over five years, from 1999-2003. To qualify for the Technology Fast 50, companies must have had operating revenues of at least $50,000 in 1999 and $1 million in 2003, must be public or private companies headquartered in North America, and be a "technology company" defined as owning proprietary technology that contributes to a significant portion of the company's operating revenues and/or devoting a significant proportion of revenues to research and development of technology.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | September 15, 2003
Organizers of the Wednesday, Sept. 17, Caregiver's Conference tried to think of everything to make it possible for local caregivers to attend, says Dawn Johns, community liaison for Hospice of Washington County Inc. The obstacles that make it difficult for caregivers to get away will be tackled at the conference. The registration fee for the 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. session, which includes lunch, is $10. The Washington County Commission on Aging is providing scholarship funds for those who have difficulty paying.
NEWS
by KATE COLEMAN | November 25, 2002
katec@herald-mail.com "If crutches would grow, we'd plant them up in the park," says Bob Walton, a member of the Maugansville Ruritan Club. The organization never has a shortage of crutches in its storage building. The group also has other medical equipment - hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, bedside commodes and lift chairs - available free of charge to people in the little community outside Hagerstown. Jay Stouffer has headed up the Ruritans' service project for more than 30 years.
NEWS
By BRUCE HAMILTON | January 13, 2000
Four students were briefly exposed to a small amount of mercury during a Health Occupations class at Washington County Technical High School Thursday afternoon. cont. from front page The students were taken to Washington County Hospital with no apparent injuries. "They're not showing any effects," said schools spokeswoman Donna Messina. "It's strictly precautionary. " The students were showered twice as part of a decontamination process. Two custodians who may have been indirectly exposed were also treated, according to Principal Arnold Hammann.
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