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NEWS
September 26, 2010
BOONSBORO - More than 800 people visited Fahrney-Keedy Home and Village in Boonsboro recently for the sixth annual Summer Fest. Under sunny skies, they found food, crafts, entertainment for children, a petting zoo, a large display of classic cars and other activities. A disc jockey tended a steady flow of rock 'n' roll hits from the 1950s at the classic cars show. In another corner of the grounds, a barrel train carried youngsters around near where a water slide also was getting constant use. In various booths, children putted golf balls, tried picking out specially numbered plastic ducks for prizes, created sand art and had their faces painted.
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NEWS
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.
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
July 9, 2005
Mount Carmel Days Mount Carmel Days will feature food, baked goods and a silent auction. Today, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Concert by the Rohrersville Band at 11 a.m. Mount Carmel United Methodist Church, Md. 67, two miles south of Boonsboro. Car, truck and bike show Open to all makes and models of cars, trucks and motorcycles. Dash plaques will be given to the first 125 entries. More than 65 trophies will be given by drivers' choice voting. Sponsored by Rouzerville (Pa.)
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.
NEWS
December 28, 2001
County groups request share of tax proceeds By SCOTT BUTKI scottb@herald-mail.com The Washington County government has received 45 applications, totaling $1.3 million in requests, for a share of county hotel tax proceeds, Planning Director Robert Arch said Thursday. The deadline to apply for the tax proceeds was Dec. 21. The county has committed this fiscal year's estimated $500,000 in hotel tax funds but the Washington County Board of Commissioners has not committed funds for the next fiscal year.
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