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by JULIE E. GREENE | May 1, 2004
julieg@herald-mail.com GREENBRIER STATE PARK - The lake at Greenbrier State Park opens for the swimming season today with a new policy regarding diapers and a clean bill of health after approximately 76 people reported getting sick last year, a park official said Friday. After a lot of rain last spring, a water quality problem that caused the lake to be closed to swimming and Tropical Storm Isabel, Greenbrier State Park Manager Dan Spedden said he expects a banner season this year.
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NEWS
By TIFFANY ARNOLD | February 12, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Old Opera House Theatre Company is happy to start "Rumors. " Not rumors, as in gossip, but "Rumors," the Neil Simon farce. "Rumors" will open 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8, and continues Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Sunday, Feb. 17, at Old Opera House. The play is about four couples who meet for a wedding anniversary celebration only to find the host has been shot. The first guests on the scene try to cover it up, but the heap of lies they create gets harder and harder to keep straight.
NEWS
By KATE S. ALEXANDER | May 25, 2008
FAYETTEVILLE, PA. After a day of Native American headdress making, teepee building, face painting, magic show watching, corn grinding, stage acting, theater touring and cultural learning, the only thing 9-year-old Nathan Haugh of Waynesboro, Pa., could think to make the 2008 Totem Pole Playhouse Family Fun Fest even better was a roller coaster. And maybe a clown. While the Totem Pole Playhouse did not book a coaster or a clown for its seventh annual festival, the jam-packed event on Saturday kept children and parents entertained, fed and educated for hours.
LIFESTYLE
June 21, 2011
The Thursday Berkeley Springs Farmers Market will open for the season on June 30. The market on Fairfax Street, next to the Berkeley Springs State Park, will be open from 2 to 5 p.m.  For more information about the market, or to sign up for the weekly newsletter, go to www.berkeleyspringsfarmersmarket.org .
NEWS
August 21, 2007
The Washington County Horse Council wrapped up its 2007 Open Show Season recently at the Agricultural Education Center. "We really lucked out on weather this season," said Donna Schmidt, president of the Horse Council. "We have had nice cool days that made showing a pleasure and brought out some new faces. " Riders competed in several divisions. The Youth English Division champion was Danielle Marshall riding King of Rock with Marie Grossnickle on Mocha as reserve champion.
NEWS
By ERIN JULIUS | November 10, 2007
HALFWAY - Nine-month-old Alexis Ferguson celebrated the beginning of her first Christmas season Friday night with a trip to see Santa at Valley Mall. Her mother, Christin Ferguson of Boonsboro, snapped pictures as they waited in line to sit on Santa's lap. Ferguson and Alexis' father, Matthew Smith, later sat for pictures with Santa and their daughter. Before welcoming children onto his lap to hear Christmas wishes, Santa circled the mall in a train and waved to a crowd full of children blowing on wooden whistles in honor of the event's railroad theme.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | November 20, 2007
HALFWAY - The bells are ringing and not just for "me and my gal. " The Salvation Army launched its holiday kettle drive Monday at Valley Mall with inspirational words and music, and a $1,000 check presented by William M. Breichner, representing the Kiwanis Club of Hagerstown. "Now we only need $109,000 to reach our kettle goal," said Ward Childerston, a member of the agency's advisory board. In addition, the annual direct-mail drive goal this year is to bring in another $150,000, up $13,000 from last year's goal, said Harry Barger, director of development for The Salvation Army in Hagerstown.
NEWS
by ANDREW SCHOTZ | July 14, 2002
martinsburg@herald-mail.com Most of the customers at the nightclub were men. Most of the women were naked. Women seductively shed their clothes to thumping music, stepping and whirling on a long runway stage - they were the show. A mostly male audience drank it in with their eyes and with help from the bar. A spring Saturday night was flowing into Sunday morning in Berkeley County, W.Va., where strip bars draw cheers from customers and jeers from government officials who want to stop them from spreading.
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