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By DON AINES | March 8, 2000
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Letterkenny Industrial Development Authority on Monday approved a lease purchase agreement with a Greencastle, Pa., printing company for one of two remaining 90,000-square-foot warehouses at Cumberland Valley Business Park. Graphics Universal Inc. owner Gary Gembe said Tuesday the warehouse will be used as a printing and copy center and to store and ship products to customers as needed. He said the site could employ seven to 10 people in the near future.
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By JENNIFER FITCH | February 21, 2008
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - "Rising from the ashes" is typically a clichd phrase, but one Waynesboro businessman did just that in 365 days with a building. An early morning fire on Jan. 23, 2007, destroyed his warehouse, yet Chuck Morningstar found himself cutting a ribbon this Jan. 23 on a new structure modeled off the old firehouse that's now Waynesboro Borough Hall. "I got great support from the community. ... It's really hard to even remember everybody who worked with us," said Morningstar, owner of Waynesboro Floor Covering.
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by MARLO BARNHART | July 15, 2002
marlob@herald-mail.com The cause of Saturday night's two-alarm fire that caused $100,000 in damages to an old warehouse complex on Security Road in Hagerstown is still under investigation, a spokesman for the Maryland State Fire Marshal's office said. Firefighters were drawn to the 1123 Security Road site several times Sunday to douse a number of rekindles of the fire, which destroyed the warehouse complex that once housed part of the Hagerstown Paint and Glass Co. The building is currently owned by the L.G. Mathias family trust, said Steve Palkovitz, Hagerstown Paint and Glass chairman.
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By DON AINES | January 9, 2008
PLEASANT HALL, Pa. - A Hamilton Township woman was found guilty Tuesday of operating an illegal kennel, one that burned down last year killing a number of puppies and dogs. Magisterial District Judge Richard Alloway ordered Thelma Cover to pay a $300 fine and court cots following a hearing at his office. Pennsylvania State Police Fire Marshal Jeffrey Sarver and state Dog Law Enforcement Officer Georgia Martin testified at the hearing, Alloway said. The Sept. 19 fire at 4987 Guitner Road destroyed the G.O.D.
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April 21, 1997
By KERRY LYNN FRALEY Staff Writer It's out of a few things, like yellow highlighter pens and the no. 2 pencils with the Washington County Board of Education's imprint. But the shelves of the school board's cavernous warehouse on North Avenue are still well-stocked with more than a thousand different office and school supplies worth about $500,000, according to Washington County school officials. The stock will thin a bit as internal orders for the coming school year are filled, said Jeff Harr, who as facilities assistant/operations has the job of overseeing the warehouse.
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July 10, 1998
The Tri-State Reuse Center's Board of Directors encourage local groups and businesses to tour the warehouse and learn how they can form partnerships to serve the community. Board members are available to speak to interested community groups. Call the Reuse Center at 301-678-6160 for an appointment to visit the center, or to be added to its mailing list. Temporary warehouse hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours are by appointment during evening and weekend hours.
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by RICHARD BELISLE | April 10, 2003
waynesboro@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The Target Distribution Center in Chambersburg plans to send its first shipments to stores June 15, but as of Wednesday the warehouse still needed about 200 workers to fill orders, the center's general manager said. Between 500 and 600 workers are needed to the get the 1.35 million-square-foot distribution center operating, General Manager Bill Miller said. Within three years, the center at 3001 Archer Drive between Interstate 81 and U.S. 11 in Guilford Township south of Chambersburg expects to employ about 1,000 workers, company officials have said.
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by JULIE E. GREENE | January 6, 2005
julieg@herald-mail.com HAGERSTOWN - Four States Christian Missions Inc. Executive Director Bruce "Sonny" Shank said he thinks the operation will be fine despite last month's fire at its Hagerstown warehouse, although the full extent of the damage was not known yet. The Dec. 17 fire at the 117 N. Prospect St. warehouse was accidental, Hagerstown Assistant Fire Marshal Doug DeHaven said Wednesday. DeHaven said he was still trying to determine the role a space heater in the basement played.
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November 30, 1999
A Shepherdstown, W.Va., man has been charged a second time with a sex offense for allegedly luring a woman to a warehouse in Jefferson County under the guise that he would help her with a modeling career. Read the full story in Thursday's Herald-Mail newspapers.
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By JILLIAN E. KESNER | January 20, 2008
WILLIAMSPORT - Dot Foods Inc., a redistributor of food and nonfood products, has completed its warehouse expansion plans at its Williamsport distribution center. The company anticipates hiring 100 additional employees over the next four years, according to Brian Duffield, general manager of the Williamsport distribution center. Currently, the warehouse employs 330 people. Many of those employees are Class A CDL drivers or warehouse material handlers. The warehouse was built in 1994, and the latest major expansion is its second, adding 63,000 square feet of dry storage and 40,000 square feet of frozen storage space.
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