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NEWS
January 15, 2012
Events and programs scheduled this week at senior citizens centers in Washington County, Md., and Franklin County, Pa.: Maryland Francis Murphy 20014 Rosebank Way, Hagerstown 240-313-9300, ext. 154 Lunch served Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11:30 a.m.; and Wednesday at 11 a.m. Closed for Martin Luther King holiday - Monday Uno, cards or games - Tuesday, 9:30...
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NEWS
January 11, 2012
The Hagerstown Rotary Club's eighth annual bull and oyster roast will be Sunday, Feb. 19, from noon to 5 p.m. at Hagerstown Community College's Athletic, Recreation and Community Center. This year's roast will feature raw and fried oysters, pit-roasted beef, Hoffman's sausages, ham, chicken fajitas and a number of side dishes and desserts. Beer, wine, soft drinks, coffee and tea will be served. There will be table games as well as musical entertainment by Hicktown and DJ Lou Scally.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | March 19, 2011
The 470 poker, blackjack and craps dealers at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races have become so adept at their table games that they are making it look easy, according to casino General Manager Al Britton.  "It was incredible how quickly they've taken to it," Britton said Friday. "They've not only learned the technical part, but the customer service that dealers need to entertain their customers. It's not an easy thing to learn for someone with no experience. They were dealing like experts after just two to three months.
OPINION
March 15, 2011
“There is apparently a new scam going on. Someone will call and tell you in very broken English that you’ve won cash and gift cards. ... It is usually a person that you cannot understand, and you have to ask them numerous times what they are saying, and then all of a sudden they will ask you for a credit card number, which you can understand very well. It comes up on your caller ID as 0, at least it did on mine. Don’t be caught in this trap, and most of all, keep your credit card in your pocket.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE | richardb@herald-mail.com | March 3, 2011
Since July, when a dealer laid down the first blackjack card at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, table games have generated $58 million for its owners and $20 million in state and local tax revenue, according to a track official. General Manager Al Britton revealed those numbers Thursday to the Jefferson County Commissioners as he gave an update on the first six months of table games operations. "Locally, tables alone have generated $1.7 million for (local) schools, $1.2 million for the county and municipalities, and an additional $1.5 million in (horse racing)
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | January 26, 2011
Soon, for the first time in 35 years, Jeff Coy will be without a job in the public sector. Coy, who began his career as a legislative assistant, represented Franklin and Cumberland counties for 22 years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, then served three, two-year terms on the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Coy, 59, has reached his term limit on the gaming board. He'll step down in a couple weeks after his successor passes required background checks. "I've enjoyed public life.
NEWS
By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | January 4, 2011
A decision about Pennsylvania's remaining Category 3 resort casino license has been delayed until after next week's change in membership on the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Among the four applicants for the remaining license is Mason-Dixon Resorts LP, which has planned for a $75 million resort and casino that would be operated by Penn National Gaming. The project would be developed in the existing Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center near Gettysburg, Pa. Gregory C. Fajt, chairman of the gaming board, said previously a decision could be made by the end of 2010.
NEWS
By ANDREW SCHOTZ | andrews@herald-mail.com | December 24, 2010
Weeks before the Maryland legislature reconvenes, a local soon-to-be state senator is asking constituents for their opinions. Sen.-elect Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, has posted a survey of key issues and how people feel about them. Shank said he has done a few mail surveys as a delegate, when he represented a smaller area. This is his first Internet survey. Shank, a three-term delegate in Subdistrict 2B, defeated five-term incumbent Donald F. Munson this year to win Munson’s Senate seat.
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