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May 28, 2010
Name: Prince Age: 4 months Breed: Brindle shepherd terrier mix Prince was brought to the Humane Society of Washington County because his owners did not have enough time for him. He is full energy and needs to be in a home that has the time and experience to help him with good manners training. Prince is assessed for homes with children 8 years old or older because of his liveliness. Prince and many other animals are available for adoption at The Humane Society of Washington County, 13011 Maugansville Road, Hagerstown.
NEWS
August 18, 2009
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Political columnist Robert Novak, a diehard conservative, pugilistic debater and proud owner of the "Prince of Darkness" moniker, died Tuesday after a battle with brain cancer that was diagnosed in July 2008. He was 78. His wife of 47 years, Geraldine Novak, told The Associated Press that he died at his home in Washington early in the morning. A household face as co-host of CNN's "Crossfire," Novak had been a columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times for decades.
NEWS
February 1, 2002
Vicar tells of her close call with dehydration By MARLO BARNHART marlob@herald-mail.com When Elaine Prince noticed some flu-like symptoms last winter, she was determined not to miss a beat in her busy schedule - a decision that nearly cost the 57-year-old Episcopal priest her life. "I now know that I was within a few hours of dying," said Prince, who a year later is slowly resuming her work as vicar of St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Smithsburg. The problem wasn't some rare strain of influenza or exotic mutation, it was simple dehydration and Prince wants people to know that what happened to her could happen to anyone.
NEWS
by OLIVIA MONTG0MERY | August 22, 2006
Review Sixty-three years later and the little boy remains a prince. What's your favorite genre? Is it sci-fi? Fantasy? "The Little Prince" is an interesting combination of both genres. The book, by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (who died a year after writing this book), is perfect for a quick read. It is also a simplistic yet intriguing tale of a little prince who lives on a small planet. He comes to Earth in search of a sheep to protect his beloved rose. On the way, he meets a variety of adults, each on their own small planet.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | April 7, 2004
marlob@herald-mail.com SMITHSBURG - With an active membership of about 40, St. Anne's Episcopal Church at 9 Maple Ave. is one of the smaller congregations in Smithsburg. As such, finances are usually quite tight even on a good day. But with the loss of a vital $30,000 annual grant, the congregation and its pastor, the Rev. Elaine Prince, have had to take measures in an effort to keep the church healthy. "We are having an auction Saturday, April 24, beginning at noon," Prince said.
NEWS
by Joe Crocetta | October 11, 2005
Guest dancers Rachael McLoud of Hagerstown as Cinderella and Daniel Martin of Carlisle, Pa., as the prince rehearse with the cast for their upcoming Chambersburg Ballet Theatre performance of "Cinderella. " The ballet will be presented at Faust Junior High School in Chambersburg, Pa., on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m. For information, call 717-263-0202, ext. 219.
NEWS
By DAVID YOUNT / Scripps Howard News Service | December 22, 2008
Our mail this time of year is filled with Christmas greetings expressing the wish for world peace. Alas, peace is not the kind of gift that fits in Santa's sleigh. After all these centuries of human conflict, peace appears as elusive as ever. St. Luke in his Gospel reminds us that Jesus of Nazareth was born at a time when the civilized world actually enjoyed a respite from conflict. To be sure, the Pax Romana that marked the birth of the Prince of Peace was built on slavery and was imposed by cruel physical force.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | December 30, 2002
marlob@herald-mail.com SMITHSBURG - Some took the tour of Smithsburg area churches Sunday to extend the holiday season and others were hoping to enjoy some good Christmas music, while a few were just enjoying the opportunity to satisfy their curiosity. "I have enjoyed the Frederick (Md.) tour of churches before and it was very enjoyable, so I thought I would try the Smithsburg tour," said retired Hagerstown minister Robert Regenold as he visited Christ Reformed United Church of Christ in Cavetown Sunday afternoon.
NEWS
by TIM ROWLAND | February 15, 2005
From now on, I do not wish to be called by my given name. Instead, I want to be known exclusively as the "Prince of Dusk. " Sure, the "Prince of Darkness" would have more weight, but that title has already been snapped up by Joseph F. Steffen Jr., the political operative of Gov. Robert Ehrlich who was sacked last week for aggressively spreading scandalous and apparently untrue stories about the personal life of Baltimore's Mayor (and, coincidentally, Ehrlich's...
OPINION
By ALLAN POWELL | February 1, 2013
Niccolo Machiavelli would be proud to sit in the Virginia legislature with so many like-minded shysters. His enemies called him “Old Nick” - the devil himself - because of his straightforward praise for amoral conduct by those who rule. His very famous book, “The Prince,” published in 1537, is full of devious but acceptable ways for rulers to maintain power. Perhaps the best-known maxim of statecraft created in history is found in “The Prince.” In part it declares, “… and in the actions of men, and especially of princes, from which there is no appeal, the end justifies the means.” This is an unvarnished appeal for political amorality - the absence of any moral consideration in the conduct of those who rule.
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By ALLAN POWELL | February 1, 2013
Niccolo Machiavelli would be proud to sit in the Virginia legislature with so many like-minded shysters. His enemies called him “Old Nick” - the devil himself - because of his straightforward praise for amoral conduct by those who rule. His very famous book, “The Prince,” published in 1537, is full of devious but acceptable ways for rulers to maintain power. Perhaps the best-known maxim of statecraft created in history is found in “The Prince.” In part it declares, “… and in the actions of men, and especially of princes, from which there is no appeal, the end justifies the means.” This is an unvarnished appeal for political amorality - the absence of any moral consideration in the conduct of those who rule.
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SPORTS
December 21, 2012
Friday, December 21, 2012 MEN'S BASKETBALL HCC 93, Prince George's 82 LARGO, Md. - Kervin Rameau had a game-high 27 points for Hagerstown in a Maryland JuCo Conference win over Prince George's. Antonio Jenifer had 21 points, Donte Thomas had 17 points and six assists, Christian Leach had 14 points and Antwan Pittman had 10 points and nine rebounds for the Hawks (15-2, 6-1). HAGERSTOWN (15-2, 6-1) Carter 4, Jenifer 21, Thomas 17, Pittman 10, Rameau 27, Leach 14. Totals 31 28-41 93. PRINCE GEORGE'S Johnson 6, Logan 8, Ayodeji 12, Leatherwood 21, Short 4, McCray 9, Sewell 8, Thomas 4, Davenport 4, Collins 4, Jackson 2. Totals 38 6-8 82. Halftime - HCC, 40-30.
NEWS
By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | February 1, 2012
A man charged with the fatal shooting of a New York City man last week on Jonathan Street was apprehended Tuesday night in Prince George's County, Hagerstown police said. Juan Sylvester Barnes, 28, of no fixed address was being held without bail Wednesday on a charge of second-degree murder in the Jan. 24 shooting of Christopher Lee Follett, 29. Follett was found shot in the head on the 300 block of Jonathan Street shortly after 1 a.m. on Jan. 24. He died at Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown two days later.
SPORTS
By MARK KELLER | keller@herald-mail.com | October 8, 2011
When the last seconds of Saturday's football game at Mike Callas Stadium finally ticked away, the Williamsport Wildcats and their faithful fans celebrated a victory unlike any they'd had in years. It's fair to say they partied like it was 1999. Tyler Wise made the two most important catches of the game - one on offense, the other on defense - in the fourth quarter, and the Wildcats bounced back from a humiliating loss to Boonsboro last week to upset North Hagerstown 16-14 in an MVAL Antietam game at Callas Stadium.
SPORTS
March 19, 2011
Sunday, March 20, 2011   COLLEGE BASEBALL LARGO, Md. — Danny Morris had two hits and three RBIs to lead Hagerstown in a rout of Prince George’s in the first game of a doubleheader sweep. Tyeler Presgraves had two hits and two RBIs and Jordan Thurber had two hits and an RBI. In the nightcap, Rashad Talley had four hits, including two doubles and two RBIs, Morris had two hits, including a solo home run and an RBI, Josh Knupp and Justin Martinez had two hits and two RBIs each and Thurber had two hits and an RBI for the Hawks (16-5)
NEWS
January 27, 2011
A Prince George's County man charged with plinking City Park ducks with a paintball gun last summer pleaded guilty this week to cruelty to animals, according to Washington County District Court records. Nathaniel Herring, 19, of Capitol Heights, Md., was sentenced to probation before judgment Tuesday and ordered to pay $57.50 in court costs and fees.  Charges of inflicting unnecessary suffering or pain on an animal and trespassing were dismissed, according to court records. Defendants who receive probation before judgment can have their criminal records expunged if they successfully complete probation.
NEWS
By BOB GARVER / Special to The Herald-Mail | June 1, 2010
Video games-turned-movies have a bad reputation in Hollywood for being consistent bombs. The good people at Disney have promised that "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" is unlike any video game adaptation ever made. They claim to have gone to great lengths to make it accessible, well-crafted and fun. After seeing the film, I can report that they have spent a lot of money on the film, and that's about it. The problem with "Prince of Persia" has nothing to do with its source material.
NEWS
May 28, 2010
Name: Prince Age: 4 months Breed: Brindle shepherd terrier mix Prince was brought to the Humane Society of Washington County because his owners did not have enough time for him. He is full energy and needs to be in a home that has the time and experience to help him with good manners training. Prince is assessed for homes with children 8 years old or older because of his liveliness. Prince and many other animals are available for adoption at The Humane Society of Washington County, 13011 Maugansville Road, Hagerstown.
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