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by DAVE McMILLION and RICHARD F. BELISLE | October 19, 2005
TRI-STATE charlestown@herald-mail.com waynesboro@herald-mail.com With the Powerball jackpot at $340 million - the largest top prize ever - players streamed into convenience stores in West Virginia and Pennsylvania on Tuesday hoping to beat some hefty odds. The drawing for the jackpot is tonight, with odds of winning 1 in 146,107,962. The jackpot was the topic of conversation in the Eagle Mart along W.Va. 9 west of Hedgesville, W.Va., as people stood in line and joked about the odds of winning.
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NEWS
November 13, 2005
Washington County will pay its three attorneys $253,254 in salaries in fiscal year 2006, which began on July 1. The three county attorneys, with their fiscal 2006 salaries listed, are: · County Attorney Richard Douglas - $99,780 · County Attorney John Martirano - $93,974 · Assistant County Attorney Kirk Downey - $69,500 The entire budget for the department is $610,060 this fiscal year. Including the three attorneys and two office staff members, wages and benefits total $419,770, according to the county's budget.
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | December 3, 2006
SHARPSBURG - "Imagine hundreds of young men charging up this slope in a hail of cannon and musket fire,"Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne said to a crowd of people who spent Saturday in remembrance of those soldiers who died at Antietam National Battlefield on the bloodiest day in American history. Kempthorne attended the opening ceremony of the 18th annual National Battlefield Memorial Illumination to honor his great-grandfather, a private in the Wisconsin infantry who was wounded 144 years ago during the Battle of Antietam.
NEWS
October 29, 2012
Following are some emergency contact numbers for our area. City of Hagerstown: Residents who need to report a nonemergency incident may call 301-791-2544. This is a general phone number staffed by city employees and available to citizens to use in the event of tree damage, flooding problems, traffic signal outages, or other issues that are non-life-threatening. To report a power outage, call 301-790-2600. In the event of an emergency, call 911. Washington County Emergency Operations Center (administrative phone number)
NEWS
Lisa Prejean | April 7, 2011
When my daughter first mentioned that she'd like to see the movie "Hop" the day that it opened, I was a little hesitant for several reasons. First, even though it was opening nationwide on April 1, I didn't know if it would open locally on the same day. I told her and her friends that we'd have to check the local listings a day or two in advance. Then, before I'd commit to taking her to the movie, I needed to read more about it. Would it be suitable? Would it be enjoyable? Would it be worth our hard-earned and limited entertainment dollars?
SPORTS
August 23, 2012
Caleb Ramsey went 3-for-3 and four other Hagerstown hitters had two hits each as the Suns finished with 13 hits in an 8-5 victory over the Delmarva Shorebirds on Thursday night at Municipal Stadium. Hagerstown (77-51, 35-24 second half) leads the South Atlantic League's Northern Division by 2 1/2 games over Hickory and West Virginia. The red-hot Suns have won three straight and 10 of 12. Hagerstown has won its last 11 games against Delmarva (50-79, 22-38) since an 8-6 loss on June 2. The Suns opened Thursday's scoring with a run off Shorebirds starter Juan Guzman in the second inning.
SPORTS
August 3, 2011
For the first five practice days of training camp, John Beck has enjoying having the Washington Redskins starting quarterback job all to himself, getting the first-team work while the team waited for Rex Grossman to re-sign and become eligible to take part. On Wednesday, the fifth day of the solo run, Beck sported a new look, switching jerseys from No. 3 to No. 12. A number change during camp usually isn't a big deal, especially for a player who hasn't been in a regular season game since 2007, but Beck is the type who doesn't mind telling a story from start to finish.
SPORTS
By WILL ROBINSON | Staff Correspondent | July 17, 2011
The Sharpsburg 9-10 All-Stars found themselves trying to overcome a deficit once again on Sunday in the Maryland State tournament. And once again, they came up just short. Sharpsburg failed in a prime chance to win after tying the losers' bracket game in the sixth before being eliminated in a 12-9 loss to Four County in eight innings. “We got that tying run with the bases loaded but we just couldn't get that last one over the plate,” said Sharpsburg manager Steve Mason.
NEWS
September 7, 2007
Hagerstown city officials have posted CSX's telephone number at four railroad crossings so motorists can call the railroad to complain about the condition of the tracks. Three of the signs are near Park Circle at Walnut Street, and Summit and Virginia avenues, said Jim Bender, assistant city engineer. The fourth sign is on Oak Hill Avenue. The city is using the signs to put pressure on CSX to repair rotten ties and sunken rails at the crossings, City Engineer Rodney Tissue said last month.
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