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By SCOTT BUTKI | March 30, 2000
Traffic through Funkstown has increased by about 50 percent in the last 10 years and Hagerstown planners are trying to find a way to minimize further traffic increases from a nearby proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter, City Planner Ric Kautz said Wednesday. cont. from front page City, county and state planners are scheduled to meet today to discuss a traffic study done for the 208,720-square-foot Wal-Mart Supercenter to be built along Edgewood Drive between Twigg Cycles and Funkstown, Kautz told the Hagerstown Planning Commission Wednesday.
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By DON AINES | May 6, 2010
HAGERSTOWN -- A Washington County Circuit Court jury on Thursday awarded more than $150,000 to three families who sued a neighbor for intentional infliction of emotional distress and nuisance claims. Jeffrey Lynn Hurd, 56, of 11845 Camden Road near Williamsport, was sued by Eric and Mary Haberkorn, Arthur and Sonja Pereschuk, and James and Renee Rudolph. The jury awarded the plaintiffs $138,550 in compensatory damages, about half of the amount sought by their attorney, D. Bruce Poole.
NEWS
October 14, 1997
By JULIE E. GREENE Staff Writer The Washington County Association for Retarded Citizens is planning a $1 million addition to its Hagerstown activity center to replace the one in Chewsville next fall, a group official said Monday. The addition at 820 Florida Ave. would allow the group to expand its services to clients who are retarded or have head injuries by helping them start their own businesses, said Executive Director Bob DeHaven. More than 300 of the association's 600 clients participate in the day program, which includes jobs such as packaging and sorting books, packaging rawhide, packaging kerosene heater wicks, sorting materials for snow plows and making window parts, DeHaven said.
NEWS
June 1, 2009
Greencastle woman faces heroin charge GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- A Greencastle, Pa. woman was charged with drug crimes in May after a joint investigation by the Franklin County Drug Task Force and Greencastle Police Department. The woman delivered heroin to an undercover officer, Greencastle police alleged. Michelle R. Brant, 19, of Greencastle, Pa., was charged with delivery of heroin and criminal use of a communication device, police said in a news release. Anyone with information about drug sales can call police at 1-800-344-3127.
NEWS
November 21, 1997
By CLYDE FORD Staff Writer KEARNEYSVILLE, W.Va. - A Kearneysville, W.Va., couple were wakened by a loud noise to find at least three burglars in their basement early Friday, said West Virginia State Police. About 1:44 a.m. Friday, police were called about a burglary in progress in Kearneysville, W.Va., said West Virginia State Police Trooper C.C. Wathen, the investigating officer. The couple woke up when they heard a noise in their basement. The husband went to investigate and spotted at least three men standing on the stairs, according to charging documents.
NEWS
April 6, 2010
Smithsburg Community Volunteer Fire Co. responded to 33 calls in March The Smithsburg Community Volunteer Fire Co. responded to 33 calls for service in March 2010, according to Fire Chief Chris D. Rohrer. The calls included five structure fires and three vehicle accidents with injuries -- one of which had entrapped victims requiring extrication. The company assisted the community five times on emergency flooding situations and had six medic-assist calls. In March, 38 different personnel participated, with an average number of personnel per call of 10.65.
NEWS
by TRISH RUDDER | March 9, 2007
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - The Morgan County Commission will hold a public hearing Friday, March 23, at 2 p.m. to discuss enacting public nuisance and barking dog ordinances. The commission will use the ordinance language in laws in place in Jefferson and Berkeley counties. Copies are available at the Morgan County Commission office, said commission President Glen Stotler. "We need to decide to what extent we want to pursue this. Jefferson and Berkeley counties have both adopted some kind of nuisance ordinance," he said.
NEWS
November 10, 2004
City Council OKs Arts Council funding The Hagerstown City Council during a Tuesday work session agreed to the Washington County Arts Council's request for $8,000 to help fund next summer's "Music by the Lake" concert series. "The council members approved putting the money into the 2005-06 fiscal year budget," said Karen Giffin, the city's public information officer. The amount is an increase of $2,000 over the $6,000 the city has provided each year for the past three years.
NEWS
by DAVE McMILLION | June 10, 2005
charlestown@herald-mail.com CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - The Jefferson County Commission on Thursday decided against taking action on a proposed law to control excessive noise after a local audiologist said the law does not go far enough to control noise. In their proposed noise law, the commissioners are seeking to control noise that would be the equivalent of 65 decibels or louder. A small orchestra produces a noise level of about 70 decibels, said Martinsburg audiologist Michael J. Zagarella, who spoke during a public hearing on the law. Zagarella said he has examined many noise ordinances used in other areas and most of them limit noise to 45 decibels.
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