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by TAMELA BAKER | April 23, 2004
tammyb@herald-mail.com HALFWAY - Business was brisk at Valley Mall on Thursday, but many shoppers were after more than the usual fare. They were shopping for jobs. And more than 40 local businesses were shopping for workers. The occasion was the Spring Job Fair, sponsored by Hagerstown Community College, Maryland Job Service and The Herald-Mail. In addition to booths staffed by company representatives, the fair offered workshops on completing job applications, interview skills and preparing rsums.
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by ROBERT SNYDER | June 7, 2006
MARTINSBURG, W.VA. A Hedgesville, W.Va., man was jailed Tuesday after he allegedly fled the scene of a two-vehicle accident in a stolen car May 29 while driving on a license that had been revoked years earlier for driving under the influence of alcohol, police said. Joseph Grant Barnhart, 27, who had two convictions in 2001 for driving on a revoked operator's license, was charged with the same offense this week in Berkeley County Magistrate Court after he allegedly collided head-on with another vehicle on Cannon Hill Road while driving a pickup truck that its owner said was stolen from her house at Dehaven Lane in Hedgesville.
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April 29, 2002
Man loses tip of finger at Fort Frederick event FORT FREDERICK STATE PARK, Md. - The tip of a man's middle finger was accidentally amputated Saturday afternoon at the Market Fair and Rifle Frolic, Fort Frederick State Park Manager Ralph Young said. The man's finger was under a rocking chair when apparently someone rocked, Young said. He lost about 1/4-inch of the fingertip, Young said. The man's finger was iced and he was taken to Washington County Hospital. No further information was available.
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February 22, 2005
Police charge man in home invasion Police had one man in custody and were still searching for a juvenile Monday in connection with a weekend home invasion armed robbery attempt, the Hagerstown Police Department said. Norman Chavez Frazier, 18, of 1016 H Noland Drive, was charged with three counts each of attempted armed robbery, attempted robbery, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and attempted theft in connection with an incident reported at 41 Avalon Ave. on Sunday at about 7:17 p.m., police said.
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October 16, 2000
Police log for Oct. 17 Car damaged in garage break-in FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. - An unknown person broke into a Greene Township woman's garage and damaged her car before entering her home, Pennsylvania State Police report. Someone broke into Carol Cornell's Main Street garage and scratched her car and filled the keyholes of the garage padlocks with Crazy Glue before scaling the outside of her home and cutting the screens of two upstairs windows, police said. Police did not note if anything was stolen during the break-in.
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By KIMBERLY YAKOWSKI | March 20, 2000
Hagerstown City Police are working with businesses along the Dual Highway to crack down on people who aimlessly cruise the highway and loiter in that section of the city. cont. from front page Police are asking businesses that don't already have "no trespassing" signs on their property to post such warnings, Police Chief Arthur Smith said. Once the signs are posted, police officers who see people loitering in parking lots can issue criminal summonses that can be punishable by a fine or other penalties, he said.
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by Chris Copley | April 1, 2003
chrisc@herald-mail.com Your shoes are untied. That homework was due yesterday. Your hard drive has been erased. April Fool! As holidays go, April Fools' Day is strictly second-string. No one gets a day off. No one sends flowers or cards. There are no flags to fly or decorations to put up or special foods to serve. No one even gives a speech. Many people simply gloss over the day as though it were any other. But not Joey Skaggs. For Skaggs, April Fools' Day is the premiere day to tweak the noses of politicians, big business, the news media and other institutions too sure of themselves.
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by MARLO BARNHART | September 26, 2005
HAGERSTOWN marlob@herald-mail.com As executive director of the Aarsand Family Foundation, Torben Aarsand says people often don't understand how foundations work. "We don't just give money away, we have to raise it, too," he said. An Oct. 23 concert at The Maryland Theatre featuring the music of David Phelps, a contemporary Christian artist, has been arranged to help the foundation fulfill its money-raising needs. "But even more, I want to introduce Phelps to this community," Aarsand said of the gospel artist.
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By TIM KOELBLE | March 18, 2009
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Alex Tyler made a quick road trip to Idaho in 2007 with his father, Greg. There were no basketballs on the visit, just a look at Yellowstone National Park. Two years later, the Clear Spring native is back in Idaho with basketball in hand as he and his Cornell University teammates get ready for the men's NCAA Tournament. No. 14 seed Cornell tips off against No. 3 seed Missouri at 3 p.m. Friday in the opening round of the West Regional at Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho.
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