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By C.J. LOVELACE | | November 16, 2012
Two men were arrested Friday morning and charged in connection to Thursday's armed robbery of Susquehanna Bank on Salem Avenue, according to Lt. Tom Langston of the Hagerstown Police Department. Jacob Malachi Adams, 22, of 330 McDowell Ave., Hagerstown, and Jared Jones Reeder, 25, of 3923 Duvall Ave., Baltimore, were taken into custody after a vehicle stop on East Avenue around 7:30 a.m., Langston said in a news release. Both men face charges of armed robbery, first- and second-degree assault, theft of over $10,000, plus various handgun and related charges, Langston said.
November 15, 2012
A male entered a computer repair shop on East Franklin Street Thursday morning and tied up a store worker before robbing the business, according to a Hagerstown Police Department spokesman. The robbery was reported two minutes after the Susquehanna Bank at Salem and Rhode Island avenues was robbed. The male entered Tekflash at 61 E. Franklin St., and made a threat that he had a weapon, according to Lt. Tom Langston. The male then tied the workers' hands behind his back with a nylon rope and told the worker to sit on the floor, Langston said.
By DAVE McMILLION | | November 15, 2012
Two males covered “head to toe” with clothing robbed the Susquehanna Bank on Salem Avenue Thursday morning in the third robbery in the city in about a 17-hour period, a city official said. One of the males held two handguns while the other male, also armed with a handgun, jumped over a counter and grabbed money from drawers, said Lt. Tom Langston of the Hagerstown Police Department. Three schools - Salem Avenue Elementary, Winter Street Elementary and Western Heights Middle School - were on modified lockdown after the band robbery occurred, said Washington County Public Schools spokesman Richard Wright.
By DON AINES | | September 27, 2012
The Corner Pub, a downtown gathering place for more than a quarter of a century is scheduled for a foreclosure auction in October, although co-owner Darryl Sword said an infusion of private funding could forestall a sale. Sword said a series of problems - having money embezzled, the bad economy and the closing of nearby Washington County Hospital - led to “a tight situation” for the business that opened on South Mulberry Street 26 years ago. The possibility of a sale, however, appears to have been averted, Sword said Thursday.
August 26, 2012
MVB Financial Corp. FAIRMONT, W.Va. - MVB Financial Corp. and its bank-holding company, MVB Bank Inc., announced on Aug. 14 its quarterly results for the period ending June 30. Second-quarter 2012 net income of $817,000 increased by 28.4 percent compared to the second quarter of 2011. MVB's net interest income was $4.2 million for the second quarter of 2012, an increase of $857,000, or 25.7 percent from the same time period in 2011 resulting, in part, from continued firm commercial loan demand, as well as in mortgage lending, including a spike in refinancing created by historic low 30-year mortgage rates.
May 6, 2012
Sunday, May 6, 2012 COLLEGE SOFTBALL BALTIMORE - Hagerstown Community College's season came to an end Sunday with a pair of losses in the NJCAA Region XX Final Four tournament. The Hawks lost to Catonsville 10-5 in the winners' bracket final, then were bounced from the tournament in an 8-0 loss to Chesapeake in which they had no hits. Chesapeake's Amber Labille struck out three in the no-hitter. “The score's not really representative of the game or our at-bats,” said HCC coach Amy Sterner.
Staci Clipp | Around South Hagerstown | April 16, 2012
The 10th annual South Hagerstown High Benefit Golf Tournament will be Thursday, June 14, at Beaver Creek Country Club, starting at 8:30 a.m. The tournament costs $300 for foursomes or $75 per golfer. Entry forms are available at Beaver Creek Country Club or online at Sponsorships are available from $25 to $500. The purpose of the golf tournament is to raise funds for the South High Alumni Association Scholarship Program, which offers scholarships for graduating students at South High.
April 15, 2012
Susquehanna Bank Michael E. Hough was recently named chief executive officer in the Maryland Division of Susquehanna Bank. Hough will oversee all banking operations in Maryland, West Virginia, and Bedford, Fulton and Franklin counties in Pennsylvania. Additionally, he is responsible for all large commercial real estate transactions throughout Susquehanna's four-state market territory. Hough has offices in Hagerstown and Baltimore. Hough was previously president of the Maryland Division, and he has more than 22 years of experience in the banking and financial services industry.
April 1, 2012
Representatives from Susquehanna Bank presented a $25,000 donation to members of the Greencastle-Antrim Maximizing Arts and Athletics X-cellence, or G-A MAAX, committee during halftime at a recent Greencastle-Antrim High School basketball game. The G-A MAAX five-year plan includes three phases aimed at maximizing arts and athletic opportunities while strengthening community pride. Funds will be used to upgrade facilities, fulfill a “wish list” of items that enhance arts and athletic opportunities for the Greencastle-Antrim School District and community, and create an endowment for upkeep and continued support of arts and athletics initiatives.
By ROXANN MILLER | | March 14, 2012
For Pam Anderson, the 2011 Franklin County United Way campaign chairwoman, there is “no place like home.” Decked out in ruby heels and a tiara reminiscent of Dorothy from “The Wizard of Oz,” Anderson led the celebration of the United Way of Franklin County reaching its $750,000 campaign goal. United Way Executive Director Amy Hicks said money continued to trickle in after the campaign closed a month ago. “We were keeping our fingers crossed. We're so excited. It's wonderful,” Hicks said Wednsday at the United Way celebration at the Wood Center Stage Theatre at the Capitol Theatre Center.
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