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August 22, 2000
Mail Call for 8/22 "I want to congratulate my mom. On Friday, Aug. 18, she became a Year 2000 graduate. I love you, Mom, God bless. Love, Danielle. " "Is there any need of volunteering and where?" "Where is this Lions Club of Halfway that needs eyeglasses? Can you leave your names or numbers in Mail Call so I know where I can drop them off?. " "To the County Commissioners. Why do the taxpayers have to pay for the convention in Ocean City, for you and your families?
by STEPHANIE RULLE | June 20, 2006
Name: Kenny George Jr. Hometown: Martinsburg, W.Va. 18; just graduated from Hedgesville High School Car: 1937 Chevrolet Coupe Special features: Air ride suspension, signed on the dashboard by 1960s custom car king George Barris. When was it bought: One year ago. It used to belong to Kenny's dad, Kenny George Sr. He sold it to a friend, then Kenny Jr. bought it back. First passenger: His mom, Lorelei George. Regular destinations: Traveling to school and to work at Potomac Farms.
July 17, 2006
The Maryland Academy of Family Physicians, a 1,200-member professional medical specialty society headquartered in Baltimore, has named Dr. Matthew A. Hahn of Hancock Family Doctor of the Year for 2006. Hahn received the award on Saturday, July 1, during a ceremony at the organization's annual assembly in Ocean City, Md. Hahn's 2006 Maryland Family Doctor of the Year Award is based on his involvement with patients, community, colleagues and family. Additional judging criteria included his quality of medical care and his credibility as a role model, a healer and a professional in the science and art of medicine.
April 18, 2011
On the weekend of March 25, Carroll County, Md., resident Brittni Gallagher, 17, attended the IMPACT 2011: EPIC Youth Conference with her Uniontown (Md.) Bible Church Youth Group and won IMPACT's Inaugural "Minute to Win It" competition.  Gallagher competed against hundreds of other youths at each of the 12 "Minute to Win It" stations. She made it to the playoffs against youth leader Grady Shingler, 20, of Hagerstown's One Accord Youth Group. Gallagher raced through the Stack Attack game in 32 seconds to win the title and a $50 VISA gift card.
November 12, 2007
The Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Elks Association held its annual State Soccer Shoot in Ocean City, Md., where six local youth representing the West District from Hagerstown Elks Lodge No. 378 competed for state champion in their respective age groups. Here are the results: Boys Under 7 - Thomas Forrest finished third Boys Under 10 - Alexander Lund finished fourth Boys Under 12 - Brendon Burkholder finished third Boys Under 14 - Conner Troxell finished first Girls Under 7 - Natalie Jack finished first Girls Under 10 - Molly Stewart finished third Girls Under 12 - Paige Owens finished second Conner Troxell and Natalie Jack will continue on and represent the Maryland-Delaware-D.
July 11, 2009
Jessica Lorine Gonder and Daniel Mattson were married Saturday, Dec. 20, 2008, at Mt. Lena United Methodist Church in Mt. Lena. The bride is the daughter of James and Dorothy Gonder of Funkstown. The bridegroom is the son of Donald and Christina Mattson of Salisbury, Md. The bride is a 2004 graduate of South Hagerstown High School and a 2008 graduate of Salisbury University. She is a park police recruit in the Maryland Department of Natural Resources academy in Sykesville, Md., and at the DNR training facility on Kent Island.
August 23, 1997
From staff reports One year after the death of their son at an Ocean City, Md., motel, Washington County residents Richard and Pat Caricofe are still trying to find out what happened. Professional wrestler Neil Caricofe, 33, of Hagerstown, died Aug. 23, 1996, in the parking lot of the Fenwick Inn in Ocean City. He collapsed after struggling with police. According to the state medical examiner's office, Caricofe's death was caused by a combination of bodybuilding drugs, alcohol and a bad heart.
September 5, 2013
Claudia Marie Mills, 66, of Boyd Road in Clear Spring, Md., went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, at her home. Born April 1, 1947, in Hagerstown, Md., she was the daughter of the late Clyde Irvin and Thelma Bowers Mills. She was a 1965 graduate of Clear Spring High School, and was employed for more than 25 years by Country Deli.  She enjoyed shopping, attending flea markets, traveling to Ocean City, and especially spending time with her grandchildren.  She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Robert E. Mills Jr. of Clear Spring; one daughter, Melissa Mills; one son, Thomas Edward Mills and wife, Joy; sisters, Wilma Corder, Millie Smith and Stella Trumpower; brothers, Jesse Mills, Grailing Mills, Mike Irvin, Sam Irvin and Clyde Irvin Jr.; special sisters-in-law, Ida Jean Guildford, Judy Moser, Teresa McCusker and Larie Ann Mills; and grandchildren, Tanner Mills, Conner Mills, Delanie Mills, Kelsey Rhodes, Rylee Rhodes and Chloe Rhodes.
By DAN DEARTH | November 18, 2007
The City of Hagerstown spent $8,847.84 to send the mayor, three City Council members and two staff members to the annual Maryland Municipal League conference in June in Ocean City, Md. Some other municipalities, such as Clear Spring and Smithsburg, didn't send anyone. Clear Spring Mayor Paul D. Hose Jr. said he didn't go because he doesn't like to miss work. In addition, "It's a little expensive," he said of lodging costs and the $385 registration fee. Smithsburg Town Clerk Betsy Martin said cost hasn't been an issue.
October 29, 1997
By JULIE E. GREENE Staff Writer Hagerstown could be the site of a $9 million convention center that would accommodate up to 5,000 people and draw business from the mid-Atlantic region by the end of the year 2000, said the chairwoman of a task force appointed Tuesday to study the idea. The Hagerstown City Council appointed the task force, which will review funding sources, locations, layout, marketing and a business plan. The 18-member task force will report in April on the affordability of a convention center, said Chairwoman Kathleen Hynes, who discussed the idea with council members at a closed meeting last week.
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