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November 29, 2012
Breast Cancer Awareness - Cumberland Valley Inc. received a $5,000 grant from the UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS. The grant will be used to purchase office equipment. BCA-CV has tremendous support from the local community. The grant is just one example. BCA-CV offers the most comprehensive breast cancer support program in the nation. All dollars received by BCA-CV stay local to provide free early detection and after-diagnosis breast cancer support programs for women and their families.
NEWS
February 6, 2002
County's junk is someone's treasure By STACEY DANZUSO chbbureau@innernet.net CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Franklin County's junk proved to be bargain treasure for several local residents who bid on surplus computers and office equipment. Some bidders were awarded five computers for $5, $10 or $50 as part of the property sale. The county routinely disposes of surplus items this way, Franklin County Commissioner G. Warren Elliott said. Every 12 to 18 months the county accepts sealed bids on surplus property that is outdated or unused and awards the items to the highest bidder.
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January 26, 2012
Sam and Dixie Ferguson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011, at a small dinner party at The Dutch's Daughter in Frederick, Md., hosted by their children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were married on Nov. 23, 1961. The Ferguson's have four daughters, Shana Ringer and husband, Jeff; their daughter, Marissa Ridgley and husband James; Kendra Greenlee and husband Kevin, and son, Garret; Cheryl Ferguson and children, Michael Cunningham, Samantha, Daniel and Olivia; and Kamala Ries and husband, Martin.
NEWS
January 22, 1998
The commander of Washington County's drug task force plans to ask for new surveillance equipment in the budget request he is preparing. Sgt. Charles Summers said a top-of-the-line camera could record in total darkness and reproduce images in full color. But at $20,000, the equipment may be a bit out of reach, Summers said. He said he might have to make due with less expensive equipment. Summers said the camera is needed to replace old surveillance equipment. The Washington County Narcotics Task Force and Hagerstown City Police drug officers who work closely with him routinely videotape evidence, he said.
NEWS
November 14, 2005
No meat, no flu To the editor: Now that the H5N1 strain of the avian flu has been confirmed in Europe, it is time to address the underlying cause of this global threat. If the virus mutates and begins spreading easily among humans, as the World Health Organization and many others fear it will, we face the possibility of a deadly pandemic. To state the obvious, avian flu develops on poultry farms. With routine confinement, overcrowding and poor sanitary conditions, poultry operations are perfect reservoirs where viruses and other diseases incubate and spread.
NEWS
By BOB POOR | January 13, 2008
Q&A: Ask SCORE Q: I am a victim of office clutter. However, I am about to move to a new office and have a chance to do it "right" this time. How can I best organize my small business, eliminate the clutter and keep it simple? A: OK, in just 60 seconds you will learn how to organize your office: · 0:60 - Create a clutter-free desktop. Throw away items you don't use, such as pens that don't write, old computer disks, scrap paper, etc. Keep only items you regularly use on your desktop.
NEWS
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | November 28, 1998
As Washington County native and father of two young children, Timothy R. Troxell feels a personal stake in the success of the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission. That's why Troxell, 32, a Hagerstown resident who grew up in Funkstown, threw his hat in the ring to be second in command of the newly reorganized county office. "I guess it was kind of a community desire to have someone competent in," he said. Troxell said he wanted to see good companies drawn and cultivated so that his and others' children could and would stay in the county.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | January 11, 2000
Setting up a district office is something of a tradition for Washington County's representatives to the Maryland General Assembly. But after a year in office, two of the eight local lawmakers have decided they can best serve their constituents by working from home. Del. Joseph Bartlett and Sen. Alex Mooney, Republicans who represent Washington and Frederick counties, have set up offices in their Frederick County homes. Bartlett, 30, sacrificed the living room of his newly renovated Middletown, Md., home.
OPINION
By ALESIA PARSON-McBEAN | August 11, 2012
On behalf of the Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum and the DBHM Board of Directors, we proudly say thank you to the following for making our first Chocolate Garden Tea Party a success: Snavley's Garden Corner-Hagerstown for supplying the garden greenery;  Applause Catering, Rhonda Strickland and staff who worked tirelessly to make the event flow seamlessly; to the community that so graciously donated cups, saucers and goodies for our gift...
NEWS
April 4, 1997
Man charged with stealing equipment MAUGANSVILLE - A Maugansville man who allegedly stole office equipment from a business that fired him was arrested Wednesday, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Department. Rahul Kuckreja, 24, of 14119 A Maugansville Road, was charged with two counts of felony theft and one count of attempted felony theft. Kuckreja was fired by Citicorp last Friday, deputies said. An employee found a desk-sized computer and keyboard inside a piece of luggage owned by Kuckreja, deputies said.
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November 29, 2012
Breast Cancer Awareness - Cumberland Valley Inc. received a $5,000 grant from the UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS. The grant will be used to purchase office equipment. BCA-CV has tremendous support from the local community. The grant is just one example. BCA-CV offers the most comprehensive breast cancer support program in the nation. All dollars received by BCA-CV stay local to provide free early detection and after-diagnosis breast cancer support programs for women and their families.
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By ALESIA PARSON-McBEAN | August 11, 2012
On behalf of the Friends of the Doleman Black Heritage Museum and the DBHM Board of Directors, we proudly say thank you to the following for making our first Chocolate Garden Tea Party a success: Snavley's Garden Corner-Hagerstown for supplying the garden greenery;  Applause Catering, Rhonda Strickland and staff who worked tirelessly to make the event flow seamlessly; to the community that so graciously donated cups, saucers and goodies for our gift...
LIFESTYLE
January 26, 2012
Sam and Dixie Ferguson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011, at a small dinner party at The Dutch's Daughter in Frederick, Md., hosted by their children and grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were married on Nov. 23, 1961. The Ferguson's have four daughters, Shana Ringer and husband, Jeff; their daughter, Marissa Ridgley and husband James; Kendra Greenlee and husband Kevin, and son, Garret; Cheryl Ferguson and children, Michael Cunningham, Samantha, Daniel and Olivia; and Kamala Ries and husband, Martin.
NEWS
October 10, 2009
WILLIAMSPORT - Automated Office Equipment Inc., a full-service office equipment company, has acquired the assets of Copy Systems Inc. in Frederick, Md. Copy Systems has served businesses in Frederick County and the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area for more than 15 years. "We are very excited about adding Copy System's customers, employees and markets to our existing business," Chris Bennett, sales manager and co-owner of Automated Office Equipment, said in a prepared release.
NEWS
By BOB POOR | January 13, 2008
Q&A: Ask SCORE Q: I am a victim of office clutter. However, I am about to move to a new office and have a chance to do it "right" this time. How can I best organize my small business, eliminate the clutter and keep it simple? A: OK, in just 60 seconds you will learn how to organize your office: · 0:60 - Create a clutter-free desktop. Throw away items you don't use, such as pens that don't write, old computer disks, scrap paper, etc. Keep only items you regularly use on your desktop.
NEWS
November 14, 2005
No meat, no flu To the editor: Now that the H5N1 strain of the avian flu has been confirmed in Europe, it is time to address the underlying cause of this global threat. If the virus mutates and begins spreading easily among humans, as the World Health Organization and many others fear it will, we face the possibility of a deadly pandemic. To state the obvious, avian flu develops on poultry farms. With routine confinement, overcrowding and poor sanitary conditions, poultry operations are perfect reservoirs where viruses and other diseases incubate and spread.
NEWS
October 30, 2005
WILLIAMSPORT - Automated Office Equipment Inc., a full service office equipment company, has acquired Standard Office Equipment Inc. in LaVale, Md. Standard Office Equipment has served businesses in Allegany County and the surrounding areas for more than 25 years. "We are pleased to add the Standard customers, employees and markets to our existing business," Chris Bennett, sales manager and co-owner of Automated Office Equipment (AOE), said in a prepared release. "This acquisition is consistent with our goals for meeting growth objectives.
NEWS
February 6, 2002
County's junk is someone's treasure By STACEY DANZUSO chbbureau@innernet.net CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Franklin County's junk proved to be bargain treasure for several local residents who bid on surplus computers and office equipment. Some bidders were awarded five computers for $5, $10 or $50 as part of the property sale. The county routinely disposes of surplus items this way, Franklin County Commissioner G. Warren Elliott said. Every 12 to 18 months the county accepts sealed bids on surplus property that is outdated or unused and awards the items to the highest bidder.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | January 11, 2000
Setting up a district office is something of a tradition for Washington County's representatives to the Maryland General Assembly. But after a year in office, two of the eight local lawmakers have decided they can best serve their constituents by working from home. Del. Joseph Bartlett and Sen. Alex Mooney, Republicans who represent Washington and Frederick counties, have set up offices in their Frederick County homes. Bartlett, 30, sacrificed the living room of his newly renovated Middletown, Md., home.
NEWS
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | November 28, 1998
As Washington County native and father of two young children, Timothy R. Troxell feels a personal stake in the success of the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission. That's why Troxell, 32, a Hagerstown resident who grew up in Funkstown, threw his hat in the ring to be second in command of the newly reorganized county office. "I guess it was kind of a community desire to have someone competent in," he said. Troxell said he wanted to see good companies drawn and cultivated so that his and others' children could and would stay in the county.
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