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By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | November 11, 1999
Eric Payne was in elementary school when his father taught him and his brother how to hunt small game on their farm near Cearfoss. Payne, now 31, said his father, Art Payne, never imagined the pastime would evolve into a passion that would take his younger son to remote parts of the world in search of record-size animals. He said his father sometimes says that if he would have foreseen how much time hunting would take his sons away from home, he would never have gotten them started.
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NEWS
December 20, 2006
In all, 21 Boy Scouts and leaders experienced first hand what the Brotherhood of Scouting means when they traveled to Britain recently. The contingent from the Mason-Dixon Council visited England, Scotland and Wales. The group stayed in the Baden-Powell House Scout Hostel. They toured London, seeing the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Parliament House, Westminster Abbey, the Admiralty House, Tower of London, Abbey Road of the Beatles fame, and shopping on Oxford Street.
NEWS
By LAURA ERNDE | January 8, 1999
A storm dumped 4 1/2 inches of snow on the Tri-State area Friday, slowing down motorists and giving students an early start to their weekend. The snow started about 3:30 a.m. and tapered off by 2 p.m., said Greg Keefer, Hagerstown weather observer. By Friday night, major roads were clear but side roads were treacherous in spots, authorities said. "It's kind of a mess out there," said Sgt. William Wright of the Hagerstown City Police. Shortly before 9 p.m., freezing rain began to ice up the roads, officials said.
NEWS
January 13, 2009
With the Jan. 20 inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama just a week away, officials with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, and other Maryland and District of Columbia agencies are offering tips to those planning to attend the events and those living in the area. People planning to attend the inauguration and/or the parade on Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C., should be able to walk long distances and be prepared to stand for long periods of time, the agency said in a press release.
NEWS
by PEPPER BALLARD | June 24, 2004
pepperb@herald-mail.com The trial of a former CW Travel Inc. manager charged with felony theft in connection with deals she allegedly made with clients in late 1999 and early 2000 resumed Wednesday in Washington County Circuit Court with testimony from prosecution witnesses. The former Hagerstown travel agency manager, Rebecca Calimer Price, 30, of 32 E. Baltimore St. in Greencastle, Pa., waived her right to a jury trial, opting for a bench trial. Washington County Circuit Judge Donald E. Beachley is presiding.
NEWS
August 31, 2008
Name of business: Traveling Beauty Owner: Stacey Younker Address: 146 Fairground Ave., Hagerstown Opening date: January 2008 Products and services: "I am a full-service salon and spa. I am unique in that I can come to your location, no matter what the service - from cuts, color, perms, spa manicures, spa pedicures and facials to body treatments, up-do styles, hair extensions and makeup. I work with Washington County Home Health Care, serving the elderly.
NEWS
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY | February 2, 2000
Hagerstown City Police still hadn't determined Wednesday whether there will be a criminal investigation into complaints that vacations booked through CW Travel in Hagerstown aren't being delivered, according to Hagerstown Police Lt. Gary Spielman. cont. from front page Police have heard of hundreds of people, through individuals and group representatives, who claim to have paid the agency for travel arrangements that don't exist, Spielman said. Those complaining include a Hagerstown bride-to-be who invited her wedding guests on a group cruise, a Fairplay NASCAR fan who planned a Las Vegas weekend trip around a big race and a Falling Waters, W.Va.
LIFESTYLE
November 22, 2011
Members of Hagerstown Council No. 311 of United Commercial Travelers of America recently presented a check for $1,000 to Washington County Special Olympics.
NEWS
December 23, 1998
AAA warns travelers to beware [ travel tips ] [ top 5 destinations ] By KERRY LYNN FRALEY / Staff Writer photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer Those heading home for the holidays can expect to deal with record crowds this year, according to the American Automobile Association. AAA expects a record 45.2 million people - 2 percent more than last year - to travel 100 miles or more from home between Dec. 24 and Jan. 3, according to Elizabeth Valuet, spokeswoman for AAA Mid-Atlantic's Maryland Division in Towson, Md. The majority, about 35.5 million people, are expected to travel by automobile, with the remaining 9.7 million going by airplane, train or bus, Valuet said.
NEWS
By Frank Barnako - Market Watch | April 16, 2006
The second-most popular travel site on the Web has added Wikis. "TripAdvisor Inside" lets people post opinions and experiences in a format that combines a dictionary and a chat room. The beta launch features pages for the United Kingdom and California, and is expected to be available for all 23,000 destinations later this quarter. "It's the ultimate guidebook because it's fresh, honest and written by real travelers," a spokesperson for TripAdvisor said
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