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by MARLO BARNHART | March 25, 2007
MARTINSBURG, W.VA.-Just after 10 a.m. Saturday, the much-anticipated pedestrian bridge was gently lifted to its final destination between the Caperton Train Station and the Martinsburg Roundhouse Center. But a short time later, the huge structure was returned to the ground until a minor adjustment could be made for a secure connection. "It didn't quite fit," said Vaughn Neill, an employee of DMJM Harris, an engineering consulting firm working with CRX on the bridge installation.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | April 28, 2010
WAYNESBORO, PA. -- The Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors sent two staff members to Cleveland on Friday to submit paperwork claiming $632,700 from a letter of credit associated with an uncompleted subdivision. Money from the Ohio Savings Bank, which also is known as AmTrust Bank and New York Community Bank, was to be shipped within three business days, meaning it could arrive anytime, Township Manager Mike Christopher said. It could be used to finish roads, walkways, driveway turnarounds and possibly retention basins in the Antietam Commons development off North Welty Road, Christopher said Wednesday.
NEWS
May 12, 1999
The Long Meadow Rotary Club will plant trees, bushes and flowers and install a walkway on a small city park at the corner of The Terrace and Northern Avenue in Hagerstown, under a proposal endorsed by Hagerstown City Council members on Tuesday. The small park is along Hamilton Run, a stream that feeds into Antietam Creek.
NEWS
June 9, 2006
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The Greencastle-Antrim Education Foundation kicked off its first fundraising campaign of the year with the announcement of its Buy a Brick Campaign. The foundation is selling engraved bricks in several sizes to raise funds to support scholarships and educational programming in the community. The bricks will be placed in either the Legacy Walkway that will encircle the track at Kaley Field at the G-A High School complex or in the concession stand area. To have a brick placed in the Legacy Walkway, the brick must reflect a current graduate or alumni of the Greencastle-Antrim High School.
NEWS
August 26, 2013
Northbound lanes of Interstate 81 at the Potomac River bridge near the Maryland-West Virginia border were closed for about an hour Monday night after a tractor-trailer lost control and climbed a walkway, according to Washington County Emergency Services. The accident was reported at about 6:30 p.m. One person was transported to Meritus Medical Center near Hagerstown with minor injuries, according to a dispatcher. One northbound lane was reopened by 7:45 p.m.
NEWS
July 20, 2006
The issue: Leo Anthony Morris, 31, was found stabbed to death on a walkway in the 300 block of Bethune Avenue in Hagerstown on April 13. What's new: Hagerstown police announced Wednesday that Marshall Adams, 26, of Hagerstown, has been indicted in connection with Morris' death. Police alleged that Adams stabbed Morris 33 times during a dispute over a cocaine deal. What's next: Adams faces a possible trial on one count each of first-degree murder, second-degree murder and manslaughter.
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By DAN DEARTH | March 11, 2008
HAGERSTOWN -- A multimillion dollar construction project in the first block of South Potomac Street in downtown Hagerstown should be completed by mid-June, said Irv Gish, director of special development for the Bowman Development Corp. The construction project is situated between Duffy's on Potomac and the Schmankerl Stube Bavarian Restaurant. Gish said the construction, which is being funded privately, was put on hold over the winter, but work recently picked back up. The project includes the renovation of three adjacent properties - the Walker House, the Tri-State Electric building and the site of the former Double T Lounge.
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By DAN DEARTH | March 12, 2008
HAGERSTOWN - A multimillion-dollar construction project in the first block of South Potomac Street in downtown Hagerstown is expected to be completed by mid-June, said Irv Gish, director of special development for the Bowman Development Corp. The construction project is situated between Duffy's on Potomac and the Schmankerl Stube Bavarian Restaurant. Gish said the construction, which is being funded privately, was put on hold over the winter, but work recently resumed. The project includes the renovation of three adjacent properties - the Walker House, the former Tri-State Electric building and the site of the former Double T Lounge.
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by DAVE McMILLION | May 31, 2006
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd University and the town of Shepherdstown are joining forces on a streetscape project that will involve removing utility poles, relocating overhead utility lines and adding new walkway lights on King Street, a Shepherd official said Tuesday. The work is expected to begin next month and should be completed by the end of June, said Ed Magee, vice president for administration and finance at Shepherd. Shepherd University has facilities along King Street, and the university wants to bury overhead utility lines when it gets the chance to improve the aesthetics of the campus, Magee said.
NEWS
By PEPPER BALLARD | March 11, 2006
A 29-year-old Hagerstown man was shot in the lower leg Thursday at 11:23 p.m. on a walkway at Washington Gardens Apartments, Hagerstown Police Department Sgt. Paul Kifer said. The shooting victim's injuries were not life-threatening, Kifer said. Police on Friday were searching for the gunman involved in the shooting in front of 1006 Security Road, Kifer said. The gunman was described as a black man about 5 feet 9 inches tall and in his late 20s to early 30s, Kifer said.
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