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August 28, 2000
Company plans new plant along U.S. 11 By DAVE McMILLION / Staff Writer, Charles Town MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Plans have been filed for a 40,000-square-foot production facility along U.S. 11 south of Martinsburg where lubricants and other products will be manufactured. The facility, to be built on 22 acres across from the Corning Glass Works, will replace a similar production plant that was destroyed in a fire in Winchester, Va., last Dec. 20, according to Pete Duane, president of Chem-Pak, Inc. Since the fire, about four or five manufacturers have been producing products for Chem-Pak, Duane said.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | julieg@herald-mail.com | January 19, 2011
The Nora Roberts Foundation is donating $13,000 to Boonsboro High School, with $8,000 going to the band to buy musical instruments and equipment, and $5,000 going to the drama department, school system officials said. The Board of Education voted 7-0 Tuesday night to accept the donation. Several board members expressed gratitude for the foundation's donation as well as its past donations. Donna Brightman said that during her 3 1/2 years as a board member, Roberts has made several donations to the school system.
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by RICHARD BELISLE | December 30, 2002
waynesboro@herald-mail.com GREENCASTLE, Pa. -Sandie Parks can't seem to avoid antique and gift shops. The co-owner of Marnie & Mo's Antiques and Gifts at 17 Center Square worked for more than four years at The Shamrock, a gift shop up the street, before it closed. Parks, 50, a Greencastle native, and her fiance, Donald Didio, named their shop after their own nicknames, Marnie and Mo, Parks said. Their grand opening was earlier this month. The little shop is crowded with an eclectic array of gifts and antiques.
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November 12, 2004
HCC Foundation art benefit Paintings by R. Benjamin Jones will be on display at Hagerstown Community College Foundation's art benefit. Raffle tickets cost $20 each, and are available for a chance to win an original painting by Jones. Today, 4 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Kepler Theater, Hagerstown Community College, Robinwood Drive, Hagerstown. Call Lieba Cohen at 301-790-2800, ext. 213, or send e-mail to cohenl@hcc.cc.md.us . Singer Society's Treasure Sale Thousands of new and used items including furniture, pottery, glassware, holiday goods, rugs, silver, statuary and more.
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by DAVE McMILLION | June 10, 2005
charlestown@herald-mail.com CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - The Jefferson County Commission on Thursday decided against taking action on a proposed law to control excessive noise after a local audiologist said the law does not go far enough to control noise. In their proposed noise law, the commissioners are seeking to control noise that would be the equivalent of 65 decibels or louder. A small orchestra produces a noise level of about 70 decibels, said Martinsburg audiologist Michael J. Zagarella, who spoke during a public hearing on the law. Zagarella said he has examined many noise ordinances used in other areas and most of them limit noise to 45 decibels.
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by DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | June 16, 2002
dank@herald-mail.com Hundreds of artisans and thousands of patrons came from far and wide to this weekend's 31st annual spring Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival. The festival continues today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Sam Michaels' Park. "This is one of the biggest festivals," said Dennis Burcell, 49, of Salem, Mo., who has been selling wooden baskets at similar festivals for 18 years. "They have a lot of people come, and the people, they have a great appreciation for art and what you do," said Winton Eugene, 57, of Cowpens, S.C., who was selling his pottery for the sixth year at the festival.
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By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | July 25, 1999
Jamal Koram's roots as a storyteller come from many places. As a child, he would listen to the adults in his family spin yarns at the dinner table. Teachers and friends exposed him further to different cultures and traditions. A professional storyteller for almost 20 years, Koram used these influences to form his own style, which uses song, music and inflection to tell stories and morality lessons to children and adults worldwide. He makes about 100 appearances a year at concerts, festivals and by special arrangement, he said.
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By ANDREW SCHOTZ | November 13, 2009
HAGERSTOWN -- Friday was for looking. Today is for buying. More than 100 people went to Washington County Museum of Fine Arts on Friday for a preview of today's Singer Society treasure sale. Sofas, musical instruments and games filled one room. Jewelry, neckties and scarves were in another. Vases, plates and paintings were spread and hung in a room where concerts are held. Jody Long, the Singer Society's president, promised a wealth of bargains. The Singer Society is the museum's volunteer organization.
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May 11, 2012
Martinsburg Heritage Day Events will include dedication of the new town square, tours of historic buildings and museums, including Boydville, live entertainment, and food and craft vendors. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Downtown Martinsburg, W.Va. Go to www.org sites.com/wv/adam-stephen . Boonsboro Green Fest Eco-friendy products and services, collection of recyclables, gently used clothing swap and sale, collection of musical instruments. Entertainment by The Yardslippers, Ray Owen, Tony M. Music.
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August 1, 1997
By LAURA ERNDE Staff Writer The threat of a United Parcel Service strike had some Tri-State area businesses scrambling to find other ways of getting their products to their customers. Although UPS trucks were still rolling, company warnings about possible shipping delays led some people to put off mailing packages with the delivery giant. "Anybody who does a lot of shipping, obviously they have to be concerned," said L. Michael Ross, president of the Franklin County Development Corp.
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