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OPINION
February 12, 2012
“Thanks to Lisa Prejean on her article of Feb. 3 about 'Clothing choices draw attention.' Now, how about the way people dress for church? I have seen very short shorts, and tight, low tops. No respect. Our God should be honored with the best, and better, and people do have better.” - Hagerstown “I have a short question for everybody. What has that long runway done at the airport, has done for Hagerstown? Somebody please tell me what. Please put it in Mail Call.” - Hagerstown “This is on Friday the 3rd, Feb. 3rd's paper, by George Michael, 'It will never be enough.' Mr. Michael, I believe what you say in this piece in the paper 100 percent.
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NEWS
December 27, 2011
With 2011 drawing to a close, The Herald-Mail took a look back at some of the stories the newspaper published during the year. We will follow up on some of those stories each day through Saturday to provide a glimpse of what happened next.   Fire shuts down historic pipe organ factory The story: A fire damaged a section of a historic building at 403 N. Prospect St. in Hagerstown that housed the Eastern Organ Pipes factory. The update: The building has been condemned, and Eastern Organ Pipes has gone out of business.
NEWS
By DAN DEARTH | dan.dearth@herald-mail.com | August 2, 2011
Terry Porter's dog had bite wounds on its throat, ears and legs when its lifeless body was found in the snow last February. Porter said Buddy, a 6-year-old black Labrador retriever, was stalked and killed Feb. 22 by three pit bulls who lived near his Mills Road home on the outskirts of Sharpsburg. "The paw prints ... They were circling him," Porter said shortly after the attack. "The more a dog attacks, the more brazen they get. It's only a matter of time before they go after a human.
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | July 23, 2011
The Washington County Animal Control Authority heard appeals Thursday night from the owners of four dogs deemed vicious and dangerous or potentially vicious and dangerous based on reports that they had attacked other people's pets. In one case, the authority, a five-member board charged with hearing animal-control cases, dropped the vicious and dangerous designation for a pit bull accused of biting a boxer puppy on May 23. Authority members said there was not enough evidence the accused pit bull was the one from the attack.
NEWS
By MAEGAN CLEARWOOD | maegan.clearwood@herald-mail.com | July 9, 2011
The massive, clear tube into which 6-year-old Brooke Boyd and her mother, Melissa Boyd, were slowly wheeled looked like something out of a science-fiction movie or, as Brooke described it, "a spaceship. " Brooke spent 24 two-hour sessions in that hyperbaric chamber since April 16, when a neighbor's pit bull detached half of her nose. On the day of the accident, Brooke and her brother, 8-year-old Tyler Boyd, went to visit their friend next door. Brooke said she knocked on the door and was told she could come in. She opened the door just a crack and the dog attacked.
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | heather.keels@herald-mail.com | June 16, 2011
A pit bull involved in an a vicious May attack on sheep at a Funkstown farm should be euthanized, the Washington County Animal Control Authority ruled Thursday night. The dog, Isabella, was one of two pit bulls witnesses said they saw at Joseph Frey’s farm at 116 Old National Pike the morning of May 15, when Frey found six of his sheep dead and 14 others injured. Eight of the wounded sheep had to be euthanized because of the extent of their injuries, and the remaining six are recovering, Frey said Thursday.
BREAKINGNEWS
May 15, 2011
Two pit bulls killed several sheep at a Funkstown-area farm over the weekend, Maryland State Police said. The dogs are believed to be family owned and not strays, according to a state police news release. Police were called to the farm at 116 Old National Pike shortly before 9 a.m. Sunday after the farm’s owner, Joseph Frey, arrived to tend to the farm and was confronted by two large pit bulls, which chased him into a barn, police said. Frey was able to shut the barn door and keep the dogs from entering, but discovered several sheep in the barn who had been attacked and mauled during the night, police said.
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