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April 12, 1997
By TERRY TALBERT Staff Writer Three people were hurt at 7 p.m. Friday in a two-car accident in which one auto smashed head-on into Trinity Lutheran Church at the intersection of Potomac Street and Randolph Avenue in Hagerstown. Hagerstown City Police said a man was driving a gray Chevette east on Bethel Street when he allegedly ran a stop sign at the intersection with North Potomac Street. They said the man's car was hit by a car driven by Cheryl Mills, who was headed south on North Potomac Street.
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By JULIE E. GREENE | January 8, 2006
The church was plain with old highback wooden pews. With no electricity, light for the evening wedding ceremony was provided by battery-operated candles. The scent of firewood filled the rustic church. "Elegant," is how Madonna Zimmerman remembers her wedding ceremony in Antietam National Battlefield's Dunker Church last September. Zimmerman, 26, and her husband, Wesley, 24, hadn't originally planned for a wedding in the historic church. They thought of getting married at the battlefield after finding out they wouldn't be able to get a Pennsylvania marriage license in time to get married on their planned wedding date -- Sept.
NEWS
by E.T. MOORE | October 17, 2004
FAIRFIELD, Pa. - If you'd like to take a leisurely drive while viewing some of the best scenery the Tri-State area has to offer, consider making a trip to Carroll Valley Resort, where you can top off your evening with satisfying entrees. We journeyed there on a recent Saturday night and were surprised to find the large parking lot full. It was good that we had reservations, we both thought, wondering if the wait would be long regardless. After entering the resort, we saw members of a wedding party posing for photos and realized the reason for all the vehicles.
NEWS
January 12, 2001
Groom arrested at wedding pleads to separate traffic charges By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer The bridegroom who was whisked away from his wedding last October on charges stemming from a July car chase will be separated from his new wife while he serves three days in jail for an earlier traffic offense. Timothy Lee Faith, 29, of Hancock, pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court to driving on a revoked license in a November 1999 traffic stop on U.S. 522 when Maryland State Police nabbed him for speeding.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | February 14, 2011
Love was in the air Monday at the Washington County Courthouse, but the number of marriages that took place was nowhere near that of years past. Fred Hall II and Dolly Clay, both of Hagerstown, exchanged vows at noon during a brief ceremony in the marriage room of the courthouse, which was crowded with relatives. They were the last of the half-dozen couples to tie the knot on Valentine’s Day. Sheila Brown, the circuit court deputy clerk who presided over the two-minute ceremony, said records show there were 27 marriages on Valentine’s Day in 1997, 30 in 1994 and 31 in 1992.
NEWS
March 20, 2001
Newlywed starts serving sentence for traffic offenses By MARLO BARNHART marlob@herald-mail.com Timothy Lee Faith's first year of marriage has been interrupted again as he began serving a six-month sentence Monday for his latest series of traffic offenses. Last October, Hancock Police whisked Faith from his wedding because of charges stemming from a July car chase. Faith was convicted Monday of driving on a revoked license, fleeing and eluding, reckless driving and speeding.
NEWS
October 17, 2004
By E.T. MOORE FAIRFIELD, Pa. - If you'd like to take a leisurely drive while viewing some of the best scenery the Tri-State area has to offer, consider making a trip to Carroll Valley Resort, where you can top off your evening with satisfying entrees. We journeyed there on a recent Saturday night and were surprised to find the large parking lot full. It was good that we had reservations, we both thought, wondering if the wait would be long regardless. After entering the resort, we saw members of a wedding party posing for photos and realized the reason for all the vehicles.
NEWS
By TONY MULIERI | July 13, 2008
When you are the Father of the Groom, there's not a whole lot for you to do. I found this out recently when my oldest son, Andy, got married. I was basically asked to show up. As the Father of the Groom, I was to attend the rehearsal dinner, give a toast at said dinner (which was optional) and walk with my son to the altar at the ceremony. That's about it. As the father of four sons, I will have this Father of the Groom thing down pretty well eventually. The wedding was held at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and the thing we found out we had to "prove" was that we were who we said we were.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | April 8, 2007
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail publishes "A Life Remembered. " This continuing series takes a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Lloyd W. Roman, who died April 1 at the age of 57. His obituary appeared in the April 3 editions of The Morning Herald and The Daily Mail. HANCOCK - As a member of both the Hancock Volunteer Fire Co. and the Hancock Rescue Squad, Lloyd W. Roman took his emergency response duties very seriously - even on his wedding day. On the day of the ceremony that joined Lloyd and Marjorie Bivens in marriage 32 years ago at the Hancock Presbyterian Church, there was a vehicle accident right in front of the church.
NEWS
January 23, 1997
Other side of a mike Area couple weds at national disc jockey conference By TERI JOHNSON Staff Writer Frank and Marci Whyte, who help other couples fine-tune their weddings, recently found themselves on the other side of the microphone. They got a great reception. The Whytes, owners of RadioPro Mobile DeeJays, shared their nuptials with several hundred people they'd never met - fellow entertainers so eager to participate in the event that they submitted an audiotape and essay.
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By DON AINES | dona@herald-mail.com | February 14, 2011
Love was in the air Monday at the Washington County Courthouse, but the number of marriages that took place was nowhere near that of years past. Fred Hall II and Dolly Clay, both of Hagerstown, exchanged vows at noon during a brief ceremony in the marriage room of the courthouse, which was crowded with relatives. They were the last of the half-dozen couples to tie the knot on Valentine’s Day. Sheila Brown, the circuit court deputy clerk who presided over the two-minute ceremony, said records show there were 27 marriages on Valentine’s Day in 1997, 30 in 1994 and 31 in 1992.
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By TONY MULIERI | July 13, 2008
When you are the Father of the Groom, there's not a whole lot for you to do. I found this out recently when my oldest son, Andy, got married. I was basically asked to show up. As the Father of the Groom, I was to attend the rehearsal dinner, give a toast at said dinner (which was optional) and walk with my son to the altar at the ceremony. That's about it. As the father of four sons, I will have this Father of the Groom thing down pretty well eventually. The wedding was held at Aberdeen Proving Grounds and the thing we found out we had to "prove" was that we were who we said we were.
NEWS
By MARLO BARNHART | April 8, 2007
Editor's note: Each Sunday, The Herald-Mail publishes "A Life Remembered. " This continuing series takes a look back - through the eyes of family, friends, co-workers and others - at a member of the community who died recently. Today's "A Life Remembered" is about Lloyd W. Roman, who died April 1 at the age of 57. His obituary appeared in the April 3 editions of The Morning Herald and The Daily Mail. HANCOCK - As a member of both the Hancock Volunteer Fire Co. and the Hancock Rescue Squad, Lloyd W. Roman took his emergency response duties very seriously - even on his wedding day. On the day of the ceremony that joined Lloyd and Marjorie Bivens in marriage 32 years ago at the Hancock Presbyterian Church, there was a vehicle accident right in front of the church.
NEWS
By JULIE E. GREENE | January 8, 2006
The church was plain with old highback wooden pews. With no electricity, light for the evening wedding ceremony was provided by battery-operated candles. The scent of firewood filled the rustic church. "Elegant," is how Madonna Zimmerman remembers her wedding ceremony in Antietam National Battlefield's Dunker Church last September. Zimmerman, 26, and her husband, Wesley, 24, hadn't originally planned for a wedding in the historic church. They thought of getting married at the battlefield after finding out they wouldn't be able to get a Pennsylvania marriage license in time to get married on their planned wedding date -- Sept.
NEWS
October 17, 2004
By E.T. MOORE FAIRFIELD, Pa. - If you'd like to take a leisurely drive while viewing some of the best scenery the Tri-State area has to offer, consider making a trip to Carroll Valley Resort, where you can top off your evening with satisfying entrees. We journeyed there on a recent Saturday night and were surprised to find the large parking lot full. It was good that we had reservations, we both thought, wondering if the wait would be long regardless. After entering the resort, we saw members of a wedding party posing for photos and realized the reason for all the vehicles.
NEWS
by E.T. MOORE | October 17, 2004
FAIRFIELD, Pa. - If you'd like to take a leisurely drive while viewing some of the best scenery the Tri-State area has to offer, consider making a trip to Carroll Valley Resort, where you can top off your evening with satisfying entrees. We journeyed there on a recent Saturday night and were surprised to find the large parking lot full. It was good that we had reservations, we both thought, wondering if the wait would be long regardless. After entering the resort, we saw members of a wedding party posing for photos and realized the reason for all the vehicles.
NEWS
March 20, 2001
Newlywed starts serving sentence for traffic offenses By MARLO BARNHART marlob@herald-mail.com Timothy Lee Faith's first year of marriage has been interrupted again as he began serving a six-month sentence Monday for his latest series of traffic offenses. Last October, Hancock Police whisked Faith from his wedding because of charges stemming from a July car chase. Faith was convicted Monday of driving on a revoked license, fleeing and eluding, reckless driving and speeding.
NEWS
January 12, 2001
Groom arrested at wedding pleads to separate traffic charges By MARLO BARNHART / Staff Writer The bridegroom who was whisked away from his wedding last October on charges stemming from a July car chase will be separated from his new wife while he serves three days in jail for an earlier traffic offense. Timothy Lee Faith, 29, of Hancock, pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Circuit Court to driving on a revoked license in a November 1999 traffic stop on U.S. 522 when Maryland State Police nabbed him for speeding.
NEWS
April 12, 1997
By TERRY TALBERT Staff Writer Three people were hurt at 7 p.m. Friday in a two-car accident in which one auto smashed head-on into Trinity Lutheran Church at the intersection of Potomac Street and Randolph Avenue in Hagerstown. Hagerstown City Police said a man was driving a gray Chevette east on Bethel Street when he allegedly ran a stop sign at the intersection with North Potomac Street. They said the man's car was hit by a car driven by Cheryl Mills, who was headed south on North Potomac Street.
NEWS
January 23, 1997
Other side of a mike Area couple weds at national disc jockey conference By TERI JOHNSON Staff Writer Frank and Marci Whyte, who help other couples fine-tune their weddings, recently found themselves on the other side of the microphone. They got a great reception. The Whytes, owners of RadioPro Mobile DeeJays, shared their nuptials with several hundred people they'd never met - fellow entertainers so eager to participate in the event that they submitted an audiotape and essay.
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