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BY RICHARD F. BELISLE | March 25, 2002
WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The drought in Pennsylvania has claimed another victim. The Waynesboro Borough Council has voted to keep Northside Pool, the borough's municipal pool, closed for the 2002 swimming season. The water level in the reservoir that supplies the borough's public water system has dropped to an unprecedented low because of the lack of rain, officials have said. The summer pool season normally runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day, said borough Councilwoman Vicki Jo Huff.
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NEWS
April 13, 2011
Burglary, theft cases reported in Washington County The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following incidents, according to Lt. Mark Knight: • A burglary in the first block of Saint Paul Street in Boonsboro was reported Tuesday. • A burglary was reported in the 14000 block of Strite Road in Hagerstown. The property was entered between Thursday and Saturday when a window was removed. Nothing was taken. • A burglary was reported in the 15000 block of Dorsey Road in Williamsport.
NEWS
By RICHARD F. BELISLE, Waynesboro | February 13, 1998
Northside Pool targeted for renovations WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Vicki Huff remembers that her father was on the committee that planned Waynesboro's municipal Northside Pool back in the late 1960s. Huff was a lifeguard at the pool when she was in high school in the late 1970s. "We had splash hops and evening dances with bands at the pool. They taught swimming lessons there, too," she said. Huff's long association with the pool in Northside Park at Brown and Garfield streets and her position as a member of the Waynesboro Borough Council led to the chairmanship of the committee charged with renovating the pool and updating its programs.
NEWS
June 23, 2006
Fort Loudoun's 250th Fort Loudoun will celebrate its 250th anniversary with music, re-enactors, demonstrations and displays. Today, Saturday and Sunday. State Historic Site of Fort Loudoun, Pa., North Brooklyn Road off U.S. 30, 13 miles west of Chambersburg, Pa. Call 717-369-3473 or go to www.fortloudoun-pa.com . RC airplane fly-in Contests and fun flying for Academy of Model Aeronautics members. Saturday, registration at 8 a.m.; contests at 9 a.m.; night flying at 8 p.m. Pegasus Field, Old Forge Road, Hagerstown.
NEWS
by Alicia Notarianni | August 31, 2004
alician@herald-mail.com There was toe-tapping, water-sliding, palate-pleasing, bingo-calling, item-bidding and even peace-and-unity-promoting fun being had Saturday, Aug. 28, at the annual Keedysville Ruritan festival in Taylor Park. With a full lineup of activities from morning til night, Art Williamson, Keedysville Ruritan treasurer, said the festival brought in more than $2,000. Williamson said money earned at Ruritan events goes toward, among other things, student scholarships and contributions to local Scouts, schools, little league teams, and fire and rescue squads.
NEWS
April 2, 1997
By JULIE E. GREENE Staff Writer Hagerstown's property tax and utility rates would not increase in the fiscal year beginning July 1 under the city administrator's $73 million proposed budget presented to Hagerstown City Council on Tuesday. City Administrator Bruce Zimmerman's proposed budget calls for a spending increase of about $8 million - or 12.3 percent - over the city's current $65 million budget. The proposed budget does not show increases in water, sewer or electrical rates.
NEWS
April 8, 1998
The City of Hagerstown's proposed budget for fiscal 1998-1999 includes funding for several neighborhood projects and park improvements. The council could reduce or add funding for the following projects before adopting a budget on May 26. A public hearing on the city administrator's proposed budget will be held at 7 p.m. in City Hall on April 28. Not all of the projects are funded with city money. Some include state and federal funding sources or are paid for by rate payers.
NEWS
January 23, 1997
By LISA GRAYBEAL Staff Writer, Waynesboro WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A bus route starting in Waynesboro and connecting to Rouzerville and Zullinger could start as early as April if all goes as planned. But Waynesboro and Washington Township may have to pay $21,000 plus interest up front to get the operation started. The proposed agreement between Waynesboro, Washington Township and the Chambersburg Transit Authority was just one of several items discussed last night at a joint meeting of the two local governments held in Borough Council chambers.
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