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February 10, 2009
OCT. 24, 1939-FEB. 8, 2009 Mr. Lewis E. "Pud" Horman, 69, formerly of Frederick, Md., went home to be with the Lord Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009, at Julia Manor in Hagerstown. He was the husband of Phyllis Summers Horman for 48 years. Born Oct. 24, 1939, in Frederick, he was the son of the late Lewis E. and Jenny Louise Horman. Mr. Horman was a graduate of Frederick High School, class of 1957. After graduation, he served his country in the U.S. Army. He worked for the City of Gaithersburg in the Public Works Department until his retirement in 1996.
NEWS
by SCOTT BUTKI | May 29, 2002
scottb@herald-mail.com The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday narrowly agreed to grant a special zoning designation to a company that wants to build a 706-unit residential development on property behind the Centre at Hagerstown. The council voted 3-2 to grant a Planned Unit Development, or PUD, for the proposed Hager's Crossing development. A PUD typically allows higher-density development on a property than would be allowed under existing zoning. The PUD would allow The Rachuba Group, which is based in Eldersburg, Md., to build single-family homes, townhouses and quadplexes in the development, city Economic Development Coordinator Deborah Everhart said.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | April 28, 2003
Eighteen residents from the Marsh Pike area have jointly filed an appeal over the Washington County Commissioners' decision to grant a special zoning designation to a developer who has proposed building a nearly 400-unit development in the area. The appeal was filed April 14 in Washington County Circuit Court. William C. Wantz, the attorney for the residents, said Thursday the reasons for the appeal will be made public after they are presented to the court in about 90 days.
NEWS
by SCOTT BUTKI | June 19, 2002
scottb@herald-mail.com The Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday narrowly approved a special zoning designation for a company that wants to build a 706-unit residential development on property behind the Centre at Hagerstown. The council voted 3-2 to grant a Planned Unit Development, or PUD, for the proposed Hager's Crossing development. A PUD typically allows higher-density development on a property than would be allowed under existing zoning. The PUD allows The Rachuba Group, which is based in Eldersburg, Md., to build single-family homes, townhouses and apartments in the development, city Economic Development Coordinator Deborah Everhart said.
NEWS
BY DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | March 15, 2002
The overgrown parking lot next to Hagerstown's Pangborn Park should see new home construction in spring 2003, property co-owner and developer Richard McCleary said Thursday. The only question is whether the construction will be townhouses and apartment buildings or duplexes, he said. The Hagerstown City Council will decide whether to approve a special zoning designation called a Planned Unit Development (PUD). The proposed PUD would allow the construction of 28 townhouses and eight, six-unit apartment buildings on 6.5 acres along Pangborn Boulevard between Security Road and the park.
NEWS
BY DAN KULIN /Staff Writer | March 8, 2002
A developer who wants to build apartment buildings and townhouses on the parking lot next to Hagerstown's Pangborn Park said Thursday he will drop the plan if he confirms that City Council members oppose it. All five council members said Tuesday they oppose a plan to build 28 townhouses and 10 three-story apartment buildings on 6.5 acres along Pangborn Boulevard between Security Road and the park. Richard McCleary, a Williamsport developer and co-owner of the property, said he heard the council opposes the plan, but hadn't spoken with any city officials about it. McCleary said he will speak with city officials early next week and if they confirm that the council opposes the plan, he will instead build duplexes on the property.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | July 8, 2003
tarar@herald-mail.com Members of the Washington County Planning Commission on Monday said they feared the amount of traffic that might result from construction of a 1,103-unit housing development proposed for land near Eastern Elementary School would be too much for the area's roads to handle. The proposed development, called Mount Aetna Farms, would include 426 single-family homes, 521 townhouses, 10 apartment units and 136 condominiums, County Senior Planner Timothy Lung said.
NEWS
By HOLLY SHOK | holly.shok@herald-mail.com | July 23, 2013
Two officials involved with a proposed new “West City” elementary school in the Hager's Crossing housing development and one of its residents endorsed land-use modifications to make way for the structure at a public hearing Tuesday night before the Hagerstown City Council. The site for the proposed school in the development behind Walmart in Hagerstown's West End currently is zoned R2, or residential, with a Planned Unit Development overlay for mixed-density residential. An amendment must be made to the PUD overlay for the school to be built at the 16.52-acre site, a process involving Hagerstown Planning Commission review and approval by the council.
NEWS
by TARA REILLY | January 10, 2006
WASHINGTON COUNTY tarar@herald-mail.com A proposed 137-unit development on Bower Avenue near Sterling Road received a cool reception Monday night from some Washington County Planning Commission members. The commission members said they were concerned about traffic generated by the proposed development and noise from nearby Interstate 70 that might affect residents living there. "People that buy in there are going to have to know that there's going to be a lot of noise ... in their backyard," Planning Commission Chairman Donald Ardinger said.
NEWS
October 26, 2000
Court OKs Churchey annexation By DAN KULIN / Staff Writer The Hagerstown annexation of almost 37 acres along Mount Aetna Road was upheld Thursday by Washington County Circuit Judge Frederick C. Wright III. Wright delayed ruling on whether the city's zoning of the annexed property is valid. He did not say when he would issue an opinion on the matter. Jim Stone, attorney for the development company that sought the annexation and new zoning, said the judge probably would issue a written ruling within the next few weeks.
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By HOLLY SHOK | holly.shok@herald-mail.com | July 23, 2013
Two officials involved with a proposed new “West City” elementary school in the Hager's Crossing housing development and one of its residents endorsed land-use modifications to make way for the structure at a public hearing Tuesday night before the Hagerstown City Council. The site for the proposed school in the development behind Walmart in Hagerstown's West End currently is zoned R2, or residential, with a Planned Unit Development overlay for mixed-density residential. An amendment must be made to the PUD overlay for the school to be built at the 16.52-acre site, a process involving Hagerstown Planning Commission review and approval by the council.
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BY HOLLY SHOK | holly.shok@herald-mail.com | July 16, 2013
As the Hagerstown City Council was reviewing the concept plan for a proposed “West City” elementary school on Tuesday, Councilman Martin E. Brubaker took the opportunity to “squelch” rumors that the “city has been an obstacle” for the county school board in the zoning-modification process. The site for the proposed school in the Hager's Crossing development behind Walmart currently is zoned R2, or residential, with a Planned Unit Development overlay for mixed-density residential.
LIFESTYLE
October 17, 2012
Bea Lahn moved to Hagerstown with her husband in 1951. They raised a family and were active in Hagerstown's synagogue, B'nai Abraham Congregation. This recipe has been a family favorite. "This is a recipe given to me by my mother many years ago," Lahn said. "It's a simple version of luction kugel. Luction is the word for noodle. Kugel is a pudding. It's a universal recipe - everybody does it a little different. " Noodle pudding is a traditional Eastern European Jewish dish.
OBITUARIES
January 28, 2012
Helen Lee “Miss Pud” Lewis, 72, of Martinsburg, W.Va., died Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, at City Hospital in Martinsburg. The family will receive friends Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. at Wainwright Baptist Church. The service will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the church. Burial will be in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Martinsburg. Arrangements are by Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg.
NEWS
By HEATHER KEELS | September 22, 2010
A developer's proposal to increase the percentage of commercial use in a planned development off Robinwood Drive got the OK Tuesday from the Washington County Commissioners. The commissioners voted 4-1 to allow the change in the makeup of the Rosewood Village PUD, or Planned Unit Development, which is on the west side of Robinwood Drive between Robinwood Medical Center and Hagerstown Community College. The development was approved in 1999 for 520 residential units and two commercial areas, but the developer now wants to substitute 10 professional buildings for 52 of the town houses, said Timothy Lung, Washington County's chief planner.
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St. Petersburg Times | June 5, 2010
Blueberries get high marks for disease-fighting power because of their high level of antioxidants. They are a boon to dieters, too. The little berries pack a lot of sweet flavor without many calories and no fat. A cup of blueberries is just about 80 calories. Blueberries are tailor-made for baking, their sweetness amplified by the heat. Plus, the firm centers go a bit gooey when warmed. That's what makes the berries so delicious in crumbles and crisps. Besides baked goods and fruit salads, consider these ways to use up blueberries bounty: o In pancakes.
NEWS
By MARLENE PARRISH / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | December 12, 2009
Steamed Christmas plum puddings are as British as the Queen Mum. Traditionally, the steamed cakes are made about five weeks before Christmas, preferably on the last Sunday before Advent (this year, it was Nov. 22). Stir-up Sunday marks the official start of the holiday baking and cooking season in England. A steamed plum pudding for dessert at Christmas dinner is still a big deal, as essential to a British celebration today as it ever was. The nickname, Stir-up Sunday, is taken from the Collect for the Day in the Book of Common Prayer on the Sunday before the beginning of Advent: "Stir-up, we beseech thee, O Lord, the wills of thy faithful people ... " But it was the rhyme of schoolboys on the playground that made the pudding connection: "Stir up, we beseech thee, The pudding in the pot, And when we get home, We'll eat it all hot. " To the Brits, "pudding" is the dessert course of a meal, nothing like the American pudding, a soft, spoonable dessert.
NEWS
August 4, 2009
SEPT. 26, 1913-AUG. 2, 2009 Welby "Pud" Marlyn Hennesy, 95, of 922 Armstrong Ave., Hagerstown, Md., went to be with our Lord, surrounded by his daughter and grandson, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009, in Hagerstown. Born Friday, Sept. 26, 1913, in Fairplay, Md., he was the son of the late Harry J. Hennesy and the late Elizabeth Miller Hennesy. His wife, Evelyn Meyers Hennesy, preceded him in death in 2000. He was a veteran of World War II serving with the Army in the South Pacific.
NEWS
March 30, 2009
Baked matzo pudding with a cherry-almond sauce 10 sheets of matzo, broken into small pieces 1 tablespoon walnut oil 2 cups almond milk (don't use unsweetened varieties) 2 large eggs 2 large egg whites 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons light brown sugar, loosely packed 1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt 1 1/2 cups dried cherries 1/3 cup matzo meal 1/2 cup slivered almonds 2 cups black cherry juice 1 teaspoon almond extract 2 tablespoons potato starch mixed with 2 tablespoons water Heat the oven to 350 degrees.
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