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February 7, 2008
Dogs Adult terrier/pit bull/boxer mix, white and black, found on Broadfording Road. Adult pomeranian, buff, found on North Potomac Street. Cats Adult, DSH, gray and white, found on Virginia Avenue. Senior DSH, orange and white, found on Strite Road. For more information about any of these animals, call the Humane Society of Washington County at 301-733-2060. The shelter is at 13011 Maugansville Road.
NEWS
May 15, 2007
Sarah Johnston, 17, is a senior at North Hagerstown High School. She's not a gambler, but if she were, she'd play her cards close to the vest. Sydney Tooley, 14, is a home-schooler living in Hagerstown. She likes camouflage, and she has a Pomeranian who thinks he's a German shepherd. Zach Tussing, 11, is a home-schooler living in Hagerstown. He likes to travel with his family, and likes the cool things. Matt Newton, 18, is a visual communications studentat Washington CountyTechnical High School.
NEWS
March 20, 2009
Gray and white cat reported found near Lowe's on Wesel Blvd. Found - White and gray cat. Where - The cat was found on Wesel Boulevard across from Lowe's. When - The cat was found March 14. Description - The male cat appears to be about 1 or 2 years old. It has green eyes and some black on its tail. Phone number - If this is your cat, call 301-733-2060. Pomeranian dog missing Lost - Pomeranian. Where - The dog was lost from its home in the 20000 block of Jefferson Boulevard.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | December 10, 1999
A Funkstown couple's frustration with local laws governing vicious animals is taking them and a neighbor to court in January. Richard Mulligan and his wife, Annette, of 49 W. Maple Ave., have filed charges against Ed Venoy who lives at 24 Cemetery St. According to Washington County District Court records, Venoy is charged with three counts each of animals running at large and having nuisance animals. The Mulligans said they decided to go to court because their dog has been attacked twice by the same dogs and the dogs' owner has been allowed to keep them.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | March 1, 2000
FUNKSTOWN - Richard and Annette Mulligan's little dog Kipp no longer needs to fear the pit bull that his owners allege attacked the pint-sized Pomeranian last November in its own yard. Ed Venoy, the owner of the pit bull, failed to appear in Washington County District Court Tuesday. He is charged with three counts each of animals running at large and having nuisance animals. An unidentified man, who told Judge Noel Spence he was a friend of the defendant, said Venoy was in Ohio.
NEWS
May 27, 2005
LeMASTERS, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police have charged a Mercersburg, Pa., woman with theft by extortion after she allegedly stole another woman's dog and tried to get money from the victim. Police said Debra Double, 18, of 3599 Lemar Road, also was charged with theft of lost or mislaid property. The charges were filed with Magisterial District Judge David Hawbaker's office, and Double was released on her own recognizance. Police said Double was delivering newspapers Monday afternoon when she allegedly stole a Pomeranian belonging to Tammy Jamerson of 4786 Steele Ave. Jamerson posted fliers seeking information about the missing dog and was contacted by Double, who wanted $500 for the return of the dog, police said.
NEWS
by JENNIFER FITCH | April 2, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Juice and cookies were offered for those waiting at an event Sunday at Wilson College, and, in the spirit of that event, so were multicolored dog biscuits. One woman remarked that she would wait to offer her pooch a biscuit until workers reported how well it behaved at the semiannual Wilson College VMT (Veterinary Medical Technician) Club Dog Wash. Proceeds from the dog wash - which cost $5 to $15 per dog, depending on size - have been earmarked for the club's spring trip to the Kentucky Horse Park and Louisville Zoo. Several people, including Robin Keihl of Hagerstown, donated more than the requested amount, saying the bath, nail trimming and blow dry would have cost them $35 at a grooming business.
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | December 5, 2006
HALFWAY - With her indulgent family looking on, 6-year-old Foxy shared her secret wishes with Santa Claus. Then she sniffed his beard. No matter Foxy's heart's desire, she probably will find it wrapped under the Christmas tree and tied with a bow. The dog has everything. "She was a pirate this year. She was Tinkerbell last year. We have nail polish for her ... Paris Hilton has nothing on her," said Tasha Spitzer, who listed some of the outfits in her dog's wardrobe as a stranger patted Foxy's head.
NEWS
December 20, 2008
By JANICE GASTON Winston-Salem Journal Visitors to the home of Rex Welton and Brad Moss get a hint of what is inside when they pull up to the redbrick house and ring the bell. They see a handsome facade and hear the excited barks of Josh and Cassie, the two dogs-in-residence. When they step inside, they see an elegant, dog-centric house. They see dog prints on chairs and on wallpaper. They see a cookie jar shaped like a basset hound and a portrait of a dog in a smoking jacket.
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March 20, 2009
Gray and white cat reported found near Lowe's on Wesel Blvd. Found - White and gray cat. Where - The cat was found on Wesel Boulevard across from Lowe's. When - The cat was found March 14. Description - The male cat appears to be about 1 or 2 years old. It has green eyes and some black on its tail. Phone number - If this is your cat, call 301-733-2060. Pomeranian dog missing Lost - Pomeranian. Where - The dog was lost from its home in the 20000 block of Jefferson Boulevard.
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NEWS
December 20, 2008
By JANICE GASTON Winston-Salem Journal Visitors to the home of Rex Welton and Brad Moss get a hint of what is inside when they pull up to the redbrick house and ring the bell. They see a handsome facade and hear the excited barks of Josh and Cassie, the two dogs-in-residence. When they step inside, they see an elegant, dog-centric house. They see dog prints on chairs and on wallpaper. They see a cookie jar shaped like a basset hound and a portrait of a dog in a smoking jacket.
NEWS
May 16, 2008
The following animals recently were found and taken to the Humane Society of Washington County. If you think your pet is among those listed, you may visit the Humane Society of Washington County at 13011 Maugansville Road. The shelter's business hours are: Sunday, closed; Monday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m.; Tuesday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. These animals may be made available for adoption after five days.
NEWS
May 15, 2007
Sarah Johnston, 17, is a senior at North Hagerstown High School. She's not a gambler, but if she were, she'd play her cards close to the vest. Sydney Tooley, 14, is a home-schooler living in Hagerstown. She likes camouflage, and she has a Pomeranian who thinks he's a German shepherd. Zach Tussing, 11, is a home-schooler living in Hagerstown. He likes to travel with his family, and likes the cool things. Matt Newton, 18, is a visual communications studentat Washington CountyTechnical High School.
NEWS
by JENNIFER FITCH | April 2, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - Juice and cookies were offered for those waiting at an event Sunday at Wilson College, and, in the spirit of that event, so were multicolored dog biscuits. One woman remarked that she would wait to offer her pooch a biscuit until workers reported how well it behaved at the semiannual Wilson College VMT (Veterinary Medical Technician) Club Dog Wash. Proceeds from the dog wash - which cost $5 to $15 per dog, depending on size - have been earmarked for the club's spring trip to the Kentucky Horse Park and Louisville Zoo. Several people, including Robin Keihl of Hagerstown, donated more than the requested amount, saying the bath, nail trimming and blow dry would have cost them $35 at a grooming business.
NEWS
by KAREN HANNA | December 5, 2006
HALFWAY - With her indulgent family looking on, 6-year-old Foxy shared her secret wishes with Santa Claus. Then she sniffed his beard. No matter Foxy's heart's desire, she probably will find it wrapped under the Christmas tree and tied with a bow. The dog has everything. "She was a pirate this year. She was Tinkerbell last year. We have nail polish for her ... Paris Hilton has nothing on her," said Tasha Spitzer, who listed some of the outfits in her dog's wardrobe as a stranger patted Foxy's head.
NEWS
May 27, 2005
LeMASTERS, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police have charged a Mercersburg, Pa., woman with theft by extortion after she allegedly stole another woman's dog and tried to get money from the victim. Police said Debra Double, 18, of 3599 Lemar Road, also was charged with theft of lost or mislaid property. The charges were filed with Magisterial District Judge David Hawbaker's office, and Double was released on her own recognizance. Police said Double was delivering newspapers Monday afternoon when she allegedly stole a Pomeranian belonging to Tammy Jamerson of 4786 Steele Ave. Jamerson posted fliers seeking information about the missing dog and was contacted by Double, who wanted $500 for the return of the dog, police said.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | March 1, 2000
FUNKSTOWN - Richard and Annette Mulligan's little dog Kipp no longer needs to fear the pit bull that his owners allege attacked the pint-sized Pomeranian last November in its own yard. Ed Venoy, the owner of the pit bull, failed to appear in Washington County District Court Tuesday. He is charged with three counts each of animals running at large and having nuisance animals. An unidentified man, who told Judge Noel Spence he was a friend of the defendant, said Venoy was in Ohio.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | December 10, 1999
A Funkstown couple's frustration with local laws governing vicious animals is taking them and a neighbor to court in January. Richard Mulligan and his wife, Annette, of 49 W. Maple Ave., have filed charges against Ed Venoy who lives at 24 Cemetery St. According to Washington County District Court records, Venoy is charged with three counts each of animals running at large and having nuisance animals. The Mulligans said they decided to go to court because their dog has been attacked twice by the same dogs and the dogs' owner has been allowed to keep them.
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