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January 25, 2005
Highlights of Hollywood's 2005 film slate. Many films do not yet have specific release dates, some remain untitled and studio schedules are subject to change. Winter and spring: The Amityville Horror: An update of the 1979 fright flick about a family that moves into a house with a malevolent presence. With Ryan Reynolds. Boogeyman: Producer Sam Raimi follows his horror hit "The Grudge" with a tale of a man haunted by terrifying visions. With Lucy Lawless. The Cave: Spelunkers find terror in a network of Romanian caves.
NEWS
November 1, 2002
This is a partial list of Tri-State area nightclubs that feature entertainment and are open to the public. Private service organizations will not be included. To be included, write to After Hours, The Herald-Mail, P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, Md. 21741 or call calendar editor Jean Baraclough at 301-733-5131, ext. 2300. Please have information in by Wednesday at 4 p.m. Maryland Washington County Barracuda Surf Bar, Clarion Hotel, 901 Dual Highway, Hagerstown, 301-745-3021.
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by GREGORY T. SIMMONS | January 1, 2005
Below is a partial list of Maryland laws taking effect today. Some laws passed in the 2004 General Assembly session took effect as soon as they were passed last spring, and many already have taken effect. More will take effect in the future. For more information on state laws and the General Assembly, visit mlis.state.md.us. - SB 69 (Income Tax - Time for Filing Quarterly Income Tax Withholding Returns): Alters the time for filing some income tax withholding returns in the state general tax article.
NEWS
December 28, 2006
This is a partial list of upcoming entertainment at Tri-State area bars and nightclubs that are open to the public. Private service organizations are not included. To be included, bands and clubs may send live music information at least one week in advance to Night Life, The Herald-Mail, P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, MD 21741; or fax 301-714-0245; or send e-mail to sharons@herald-mail.com . Include name of entertainment, type of music, date and time; also include name, address and phone number of club.
NEWS
September 19, 2005
The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal was built to move goods west through the Potomac Valley to Pittsburgh, but only made it as far as Cumberland, Md. It flanks about 79 miles of the Potomac River through Washington County. The canal was in use from 1850 until 1924, when flooding caused serious damage. The canal sat in ruins until 1954, when U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas walked virtually the entire way to bring attention to its beauty and to keep it from becoming a highway.
NEWS
by ERIN CUNNINGHAM | March 14, 2006
HAGERSTOWN Head Start of Washington County Inc. is offering thousands of free books to the community - books they received from NBC's "Today" show. The books are mostly outdated textbooks and manuals for aged software programs. Executive Director Paul Pittman said it is possible that Head Start might have to redonate the books if the public is not interested in the titles. Head Start is a private, nonprofit agency that provides comprehensive child and family development services to low-income, at-risk populations throughout Washington County . At least three UPS trucks delivered 247 boxes filled with books two weeks ago, he said.
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NEWS
April 10, 2010
Editor's note: This is a partial list of local bills and resolutions introduced in the Maryland General Assembly by Washington County lawmakers during the 2010 regular session. For more information, go to mlis.state.md.us. Washington County delegation HB 397 - Adds the Washington County Community Action Council Inc. to the list of entities included in the definition of "local government" for the purposes of the Local Government Tort Claims Act. Heard Feb. 24 by the Judiciary Committee, which gave it an unfavorable report.
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NEWS
January 3, 2008
This is a partial list of upcoming entertainment at Tri-State-area bars and nightclubs that are open to the public. Private service organizations are not included. To be included, bands and clubs may send live music information at least one week in advance to Night Life, The Herald-Mail, P.O. Box 439, Hagerstown, MD 21741; or fax 301-714-0245; or send e-mail to sharons@herald-mail.com . Include name of entertainment, type of music, date and time; also include name, address and phone number of club.
NEWS
April 23, 2007
This is a partial list of March deed conveyances in Washington County. Additional listings will appear in future HomeSource editions. US Home Corporation, 17609 Potter Bell Way, Hagerstown, to Alvaro F. Cayzedo Et Al, for $172,250. US Home Corporation, 17605 Potter Bell Way, Hagerstown, to Alvaro F. Cayzedo Et Al, for $172,250. NVR Inc., 13857 Emerson Drive, Hagerstown, to Andrew J. and Victoria J. Lobley, for $508,615. Ausherman Homes Inc., 109 Burton Way, Boonsboro, to Joshua D. and Jennifer M. Hampton, for $338,365.
NEWS
April 14, 2007
This is a partial list of March deed conveyances in Washington County. Additional listings will appear in future HomeSource editions. Bernard R. Galford, 9066 Downsville Pike, Williamsport, to Adam N. and Holli D. McAllister, for $170,000. Washington County Retarded Citizens, 1210 Virginia Ave., Hagerstown, to Arnold B. and Monica I. Cerezo, for $194,500. Neal J. Randell, 226 W. Chapline St., Sharpburg, to Mathew C. Barnhart, for $250,000. Richard C. and Shelia A. Gann, 13815 Greenfield Ave., Maugansville, to Michael James Shaw, for $155,000.
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