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By BOB MAGINNIS | April 24, 2008
Members of the Friends of Safe Place, Washington County's Child Advocacy Center, have learned one thing the hard way - in Hagerstown, many people tend to buy tickets to an event at the last minute. They believe that's why, as of Thursday, there have been fewer than 300 tickets sold to this coming Saturday's second annual Evening of Comedy & Magic, to be held at 7 p.m. at The Maryland Theatre. Jeanne Singer, president of Friends of Safe Place, said that the group needed an annual fundraiser, but decided that rather than another black-tie event, it wanted a family-friendly night out that children could attend and enjoy.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | March 29, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Martinsburg Planning Commission is scheduled to review a developer's application to build a four-story hotel along Foxcroft Avenue next week. The 64,243-square-foot SpringHill Suites by Marriott is proposed to be part of a 3.5-acre development site at 975 Foxcroft Ave., according to a site plan application submitted to the city from Bipin P. Patel of Hotel Squared LLC based in Winchester, Va. The commission is scheduled to review the plan Wednesday at 7 p.m. during its regular monthly meeting Patel was not immediately available for comment, but project manager Fred Freitag said even with final approval by the city, construction probably would not begin until next year.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | March 28, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Martinsburg Planning Commission is scheduled to review a developer's application to build a four-story hotel along Foxcroft Avenue next week. The 64,243-square-foot SpringHill Suites by Marriott is proposed to be part of a 3.5-acre development site at 975 Foxcroft Ave., according to a site plan application submitted to the city from Bipin P. Patel of Hotel Squared LLC based in Winchester, Va. The commission is scheduled to review the plan Wednesday at 7 p.m. during its regular monthly meeting Patel was not immediately available for comment, but project manager Fred Freitag said even with final approval by the city, construction probably would not begin until next year.
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March 16, 2008
The Herald-Mail Co. Eric DeMuth has been hired as maintenance/facilities manager at The Herald-Mail. DeMuth previously served as facility manager for the Westco Group in Akron, Ohio, as well as project manager for Mattress Warehouse in Frederick. He is scheduled to complete the BOMA Institute of Facility Management program in Baltimore this year. In Advertising, Sherri Fritts has been promoted to an outside sales position. Fritts, a graduate of Jefferson High School, has been with the company since February of 2006, most recently as a sales associate in Advertising.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | December 12, 2007
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The reconfiguration of center square, paving of Main Street and synchronization of downtown traffic lights won't be finished until 2009, a representative of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation said Tuesday. The project, which has spent a decade in development, is on target to start in August or September 2008, said Mike Lapano, a project manager with PennDOT. Customized pieces such as fluted poles that need to be ordered and a state prohibition on paving after mid-October will push the at-least $2 million endeavor into the next calendar year, Lapano said.
NEWS
September 1, 2007
Bonebrake-Robinson Courtney Marie Robinson and Jeremy Kenneth Bonebrake were married Saturday, July 7, 2007, at Evangel Baptist Church in Hagerstown. The bride is the daughter of David and Maria Robinson of Clear Spring. The bridegroom is the son of Samuel and Sylvia Bonebrake of Hagerstown. The bride is a 2004 graduate of Clear Spring High School. She received an associate of science in biology from Hagerstown Community College in May and is pursuing a bachelor's degree at Hood College.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | April 15, 2007
A 26-year project to index local historic newspapers is already helping people across the country with research, including tracking down their family history, said Carol Appenzellar, project manager. The Civil War years, 1860 to 1865, of the Historic Newspaper Indexing Project became searchable online at www.washcolibrary.org/newsindex in August 2006, said Appenzellar, who works for Washington County Free Library. Since a major marketing push for the Web site in December 2006, more than 30 people from as far away as California have requested articles that they found with the index, Appenzellar said.
NEWS
February 26, 2007
Cline-Whitter Vicky L. and Robert Cline Jr. of Falling Waters, W.Va. announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Victoria Cline, to Michael David Whitter. Miss Cline is a 2002 graduate of Hedgesville High School. She is pursuing a career in ultrasonography at Mountain State University. She is employed as a radiology assistant with Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown. Mr. Whitter is the son of Virginia Rollins and step son of Christopher Rollins of Mount Airy, Md. He attended Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick, Md. He is self-employed as a pharmaceutical driver with a delivery company in Hagerstown under Cardinal Health Pharmaceutical.
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September 19, 2006
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - CSX Transportation plans to clean up an old loadout facility in Berkeley Springs that has potential petroleum contamination, the Department of Environmental Protection said last week. The company has submitted an application for the work to the DEP. The 3.37-acre site at 107 Williams St. once was used as a raw lumber and wood pulp handling yard, according to a DEP news release. No areas of concern have been identified but there could be petroleum contamination because of the site's previous use, the DEP said.
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