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By HEATHER KEELS | May 24, 2010
HANCOCK -- When a mixup led more than 40 teens to show up at the Hancock Community Center for a dance Saturday night that happened Friday, town council member Tim Smith didn't want to disappoint them. "I'm standing there thinking, 'OK, we've got a speaker in there, we've got a portable CD player,'" Smith said. "That was not what I had planned for my Saturday evening, but I told them, 'If you all come up with CDs, I'll make sure you get a chance to dance.'" Smith, founder of the community group Hancock in Motion, chaperoned the impromptu party for about three hours with help from his wife, Linda Smith, and Hancock in Motion member Mark Peterson.
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August 12, 2009
Eight pairs competed Friday, Aug. 7, during a meeting of the Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club. Tim Smith and Virginia Gibbons finished first in the A stratum with a 64.88-percent game. Elaine Rowe and Kathy Goss were second in Flight A with 55.36 percent, and tied for third place in Flight A and first place in B and C were Barbara Burkhardt and Alan Brown and Debbie and Scott Kiser. The Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 7 p.m. Fridays at American Legion Post 42 on Northern Avenue.
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April 26, 2006
Ten pairs competed Friday night, April 21, during a meeting of the Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club in Hagerstown. Dick and Lois Taylor finished in first place in the A stratum with a 63.66-percent game. Bill and Madeline Davis were second in A and first in B with 60.54 percent, and Elaine Rowe and Judy Ochs placed third in A with 57.96 percent. Margaret Peirce and Tim Smith came in fourth in A with 53.94 percent. Glenn Beidel and Gordon Gunter were second in B with 46.99 percent, and Barbara Burkhardt and Barbara Beard placed first in C with 45.02 percent.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | April 3, 2013
A Sharpsburg man accused of setting fire to his foreclosed home was acquitted Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court of arson after a two-day trial in which several witnesses testified they saw him passed out at a picnic table at about the time the fire started. A jury deliberated about half an hour before finding Max Eugene Godlove, 50, not guilty of first- and second-degree arson, second-degree malicious burning of property, threatening arson and reckless endangerment. Godlove's Remsburg Road home had been foreclosed upon and the deed held by Fannie Mae since June 2011, although he still lived in the house when it was destroyed by fire on Sept.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | matthewu@herald-mail.com | November 24, 2012
A crowd of about 75 people braved cold and blustery weather conditions Saturday night for this small western Washington County town's annual Christmas tree lighting. Tyler and Maryann Johnson of Warfordsburg, Pa., brought their 4-year-old daughter, Alexis, to Joseph Hancock Jr. Primitive Park. “This is our first time,” Johnson's mother said as they waited in a small line to meet Santa Claus, who arrived on a firetruck just before a large fir tree was lighted in the park. Alexis said she wanted a red Ninja Turtle when asked what she wanted for Christmas.
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October 23, 2012
Carolyn Jeannette (Andrews) Smith, 78, of Hagerstown, Md., died Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012, at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.  Born Sept. 6, 1934, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late Harry Jacob and Leona Jeannette (Mullenix) Andrews. Carolyn was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She enjoyed cooking for her family and hosting the many family gatherings. Carolyn is survived by three daughters, Cindy Steigerwald, Kelly Murray and Amy Weaver; five sons, Pat Smith, Tracy Smith, Mike Smith, Tim Smith and Tony Smith; one brother, Harry "Sonny" Andrews; 14 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, all of Hagerstown.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | waynesboro@herald-mail.com | February 14, 2012
A Franklin County, Pa., jury on Tuesday acquitted a Chambersburg man in the September 2010 death of a 37-year-old man with Down syndrome. The jury of eight men and four women delivered a not guilty verdict after an hour and 20 minutes of deliberation in the two-day trial. Joseph Easton, 41, was charged with involuntary manslaughter. Easton sat on Timothy Bradley Smith's back while restraining him at a Guilford Township, Pa., assisted-living home operated by Person Directed Supports Inc. An autopsy concluded Smith died of traumatic asphyxiation.
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By DON AINES | August 11, 2010
Hancock In Motion's mobile outhouse is a lean, mean racing machine that will debut Saturday at the organization's inaugural Community Day at Widmeyer Park. The idea was to have an outhouse race, but the only entry completed in time for Saturday's event was built by the sponsoring organization, said Tim Smith, president of Hancock in Motion and a town councilman. The outhouse race will be a demonstration, rather than a competition, Smith said. The people-powered privy is mounted on lawnmower wheels and will have one person on the seat and four others pushing, Smith said.
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By HEATHER KEELS | May 24, 2010
HANCOCK -- When a mixup led more than 40 teens to show up at the Hancock Community Center for a dance Saturday night that happened Friday, town council member Tim Smith didn't want to disappoint them. "I'm standing there thinking, 'OK, we've got a speaker in there, we've got a portable CD player,'" Smith said. "That was not what I had planned for my Saturday evening, but I told them, 'If you all come up with CDs, I'll make sure you get a chance to dance.'" Smith, founder of the community group Hancock in Motion, chaperoned the impromptu party for about three hours with help from his wife, Linda Smith, and Hancock in Motion member Mark Peterson.
NEWS
August 12, 2009
Eight pairs competed Friday, Aug. 7, during a meeting of the Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club. Tim Smith and Virginia Gibbons finished first in the A stratum with a 64.88-percent game. Elaine Rowe and Kathy Goss were second in Flight A with 55.36 percent, and tied for third place in Flight A and first place in B and C were Barbara Burkhardt and Alan Brown and Debbie and Scott Kiser. The Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 7 p.m. Fridays at American Legion Post 42 on Northern Avenue.
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August 6, 2008
Ten pairs competed Friday, Aug. 1, during a meeting of the Little Heiskell Duplicate Bridge Club. Dick and Lois Taylor finished first in Flight A with a 62.5-percent game. Tim Smith and Ronnie Orr finished second in Flight A with 60.19 percent, and Frank and Anne Carden were third in Flight A with 53.70 percent. Jean Toth and Rick Elbo finished fourth in Flight A with 53.24 percent. Barbara Beard and Nancy Burger tied with Pat and Jack Mesner for first place in Flight B with 47.69 percent.
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By LARRY YANOS | June 25, 2008
BOONSBORO - Justin Smith pitched a two-hitter and delivered a bases-clearing double in the fourth inning, leading the Federal Little League 9-10 All-Stars to a convincing 13-0 win over South Mountain on Tuesday in the Maryland District 1 Tournament. The game was called after four frames because of the 10-run rule. While the left-handed Smith was dominant - recording seven stikeouts - he also had plenty of offensive support. Federal collected 12 hits - including four by Ryan Brown and three more from Malik Carey.
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