August 22, 2006
As one of the only two public honors colleges in the nation, St. Mary's College of Maryland offers the quality of a private liberal arts education with the affordability of a public school. Designated an honors college by Maryland state legislature, St. Mary's is recognized for its attentive faculty, scholarly students and challenging curriculum. The Washington Post's Education Review dubbed it "one of the top twenty gems among American colleges," and St. Mary's scenic setting is as appealing as its monetary value.
January 18, 2012
On Jan. 10, the Shepherdstown Rotary Club bade farewell to Abby Butler, an Australian high school student who returned home two days later after spending a year living and studying in Shepherdstown under the auspices of Rotary's Youth Exchange Program. Abby, 16, is from Inverloch, a village of about 4,000 people near Melbourne on Australia's southern coast. While in Shepherdstown she stayed with two local families and was enrolled in Jefferson High School - as a sophomore last spring and as a junior last fall.
January 10, 2001
Two sentenced on DUI charges By STACEY DANZUSO / Staff Writer, Chambersburg CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Two multiple drunken-driving offenders received harsh sentences with special provisions in a Franklin County court Wednesday. Marc B. Osman, 27, 222 Hartzel Drive, Fayetteville, Pa., will spend eight months and five days to 23 months in Franklin County Prison, and is barred from frequenting his favorite bar while on probation. "All three involved Dilly's. Dilly's is off bounds for you," said Franklin County Court of Common Pleas Judge John Walker.
March 17, 2003
firstname.lastname@example.org MERCERSBURG, Pa. - If Mightily Onward, Mercersburg Academy's $100 million fund-raising campaign, was anything, it was mighty. The drive netted the 430-student private prepatory school $103 million last year, said Douglas Hale, head of the school since 1997. Emboldened by success, Hale is ready to launch a new fund drive - this one for $15 million to build the academy's first arts center. The first campaign got its biggest single boost in April 2002 from a $35 million gift from H.F. Lenfest and his wife, Marguerite.
September 11, 2000
Jurors urged to donate daily fee By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer No sooner had the new jurors been told Monday they would get $15 a day for jury duty then Washington County Circuit Judge Frederick Wright tried to talk them out of it. A program called Generous Jurors was introduced to the 100 county residents who showed for their one-month jury duty indoctrination at the Washington County Circuit Court. "This is an effort to help the foster care program in Washington County, which needs funds for clothing and other needs for these children," Wright said.
May 6, 2012
Three faculty members at Saint James School have been awarded a fullyfunded fellowship to the 2012 Summer Institute for Early Career Teachers offered by the Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University. Jonathan Schwab (English, history), Mary Baer (science) and Daphne Clyburn (Spanish) earned the award, granted to 75 beginning teachers annually, providing faculty with a program of intensive study, specifically designed to make early career teachers more effective leaders in the classroom and throughout the school through an exploration of teaching styles, educational philosophies, issues and personal development. The fellowship provides full tuition for four graduate credits as well as room and board.
November 26, 2000
Jurors generous with donations By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer The first two panels of Washington County jurors who were asked to give up their daily stipend to help foster children were quite generous, according to Todd Hershey, Washington County treasurer. continued The program, called Generous Jurors, was first introduced to the 100 county residents who showed up for their one-month jury duty indoctrination on Sept. 11. When their stint was up, a dozen people had donated a total of $379.
November 24, 2012
Princeton offers significant financial aid to students To the editor: It was great to read “ To Harvard from here? Yes, it is possible ” by Spence Perry (Nov. 14). It is unfortunate that qualified students in Washington County continue to be discouraged from applying to Princeton or Harvard because of the “high cost.” This, despite major efforts to inform students, parents, educators and administrators in this area that Princeton is firmly committed to meeting 100 percent of the financial need for every qualified student, with an aid package that does not require a loan.
July 5, 1999
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Harlan Bayer made his living building hundreds of houses over the last 40 years. He's 77 now and retired, but he's still building houses. Now, however, he works for free. Bayer, of Bayer Drive, a street in Waynesboro's east end named for the 55-home development he built there in the 1970s, has since 1990 been building houses around the world for Habitat for Humanity with former President Jimmy Carter. Carter has been working for and promoting Habitat for Humanity since he left office.
October 18, 2004
email@example.com Today, The Herald-Mail is taking a local look at rising college costs - one day before the College Board is scheduled to release its annual nationwide survey. The accompanying chart includes 13 Tri-State colleges and universities; out-of-area schools with local branches; and state schools - the University of Maryland at College Park and West Virginia University - that draw local students. Among dozens of fees and charges, only one did not increase: yearly room and board at Hood College in Frederick, Md., which was $7,520 in 2003-04 and again this year.