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August 17, 2007
Magnet School for World Languages & Global Communication 5 Campus Ave. Boonsboro Principal: J. Scott Woods Phone: 301-766-8013 Fax: 301-432-4559 Web site: www.wcboe.k12.md.us/custom_pages/020/bes/index.html Start time: 7:50 a.m. Dismissal: 2:20 p.m. Grades: K-5 Date of construction: 1950 Age of building: 57 years Latest renovation: 1991 Size of building: 62,716 square feet State-rated capacity: 514 Projected 2007-08 enrollment: 600 From the principal Q. What are your goals for the school year?
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By DAVE McMILLION | January 13, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. A Harpers Ferry Democrat who is questioning management practices in county government and how they are handling land use in the county has announced his intention to run for Jefferson County Commission this year. Edward "Ed" Burns, 61, of 307 Wildlife Way, is running for the seat occupied by Greg Corliss, who is not seeking re-election. Burns retired after 23 years with the federal government and he spent the last few years working for the U.S. State Department.
NEWS
December 15, 2008
Hagerstown Community College students in Professor Loretta J. Thornhill's Business Law class recently held a Penny War to benefit the Humane Society of Washington County, resulting in a $153.77 donation. The money was taken to the shelter by Elise Waters and presented to executive director Paul Miller. Students in Thornhill's class were divided into groups and chose a project. Collectively, the students presented their project with the following mission statement, "As a group, we will be raising money to donate to the Humane Society of Washington County by organizing a "Penny War" across HCC's campus.
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by RICHARD BELISLE | June 2, 2004
waynesboro@herald-mail.com SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Two-term Shepherdstown Mayor Jim Auxer was swept out of office Tuesday by newcomer Peter Wilson by a vote margin of more than 2-to-1 in an election that also seated five of the six candidates who ran for Town Council. Wilson, 60, beat Auxer, 57, by a count of 182 votes to 76, according to complete, but unofficial returns. The official vote canvass will be done Monday. Winning seats on the Town Council were Wanda Smith, the highest vote-getter, with 208 votes; followed next by Howard Mills, with 174; Hank Willard, 171; Jim Ford, 158; and Mark Smith, 143. Council candidate Karen Valentine, with 140 votes, trailed Smith by only three votes.
LIFESTYLE
By KATE COLEMAN | katec@herald-mail.com | April 27, 2013
Maryland Symphony Orchestra Music Director Elizabeth Schulze has been artistic director and conductor of the Flagstaff (Ariz.) Symphony Orchestra since the fall of 2008. Earlier this month, Schulze learned that she is the winner of the first Sorel Medallion in Conducting from The Elizabeth & Michel Sorel Charitable Organization Inc. In the organization's board of directors' announcement, Schulze was cited for the work she displayed in the International Alliance for Women in Music (IAWM)
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by SCOTT BUTKI | August 26, 2004
scottb@herald-mail.com WASHINGTON COUNTY - When students arrived Wednesday for the first day of classes at Western Heights Middle School, they were welcomed back by 80 school employees wearing matching T-shirts, Principal Jennifer Ruppenthal said. The navy blue T-shirts worn by the employees feature the school's mission statement and the year's theme, Ruppenthal said. To make sure the message got across, art teachers painted the words "Welcome back!" on a hill in front of the school, she said.
NEWS
By BRIAN SHAPPELL | June 24, 2005
HAGERSTOWN shappell@herald-mail.com Chris Gelwicks, a career firefighter with the Hagerstown Fire Department, continues to pursue a college degree in fire service. Gelwicks said not having to pay any upfront money for tuition has been "a blessing. " The Maryland Higher Education Commission is offering tuition reimbursements for firefighters, as well as ambulance and rescue company members, according to a release from the state commission. The commission said that $344,000 is expected to be awarded for the 2005-06 academic year.
NEWS
August 20, 2006
18023 Maugans Ave. Maugansville Principal: Deborah Favinger Phone: 301-766-8230 Fax: 301-665-1086 TDD: 739-7920 Web site: www.wcboe.k12.md.us/custom_pages/240/maugansville/index.htm Start time: 8:20 a.m. Dismissal: 2:50 p.m. Grades: K-5 Date of construction: 1936 Age of building: 70 years Latest renovation: 1968 Size of building: 38,161 square feet State-rated capacity: 735 Projected 2006-07 enrollment: 343 From the principal Q. What are the biggest challenges this year?
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By TARA REILLY | December 19, 2005
HANCOCK Editor's Note: This is the fifth story in a 10-part series about people who make this holiday season brighter for others. The series concludes Christmas Eve. tarar@herald-mail.com Rita Holohan is a year-round Christmas shopper. She's usually on the lookout for gloves, hats, toothbrushes, toothpaste, lip balm and toys, especially if they're on sale. Holohan buys the items for Hancock-area children, who receive them during a Christmas party at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Hancock.
NEWS
August 17, 2007
901 Northern Ave. Hagerstown Principal: Kerry Rowe Phone: 301-766-8156 Fax: 301-745-3041 Web site: www.wcboe.k12.md.us/custom_pages/120/Main/index.html Start time: 7:45 a.m. Dismissal: 2:15 p.m. Grades: PK-5 Date of construction: 1949 Age of building: 58 years Size of building: 30,693 square feet State-rated capacity: 399 Projected 2007-08 enrollment: 422 From the principal Q. What are your goals for the school year?
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