Richard B. Foulke
He was born in Henry County on May 18, 1935, the son of Paul R. and Dorothy Foulke, and was a life long resident of the Hagerstown area.
Autocar Recalls 4,100 Nat-Gas Trucks
Autocar is recalling 4,100 natural gas-powered trucks as the initial major recall of Cummins Westport ISL G and Cummins' ISX 12 G is expanded.
James C. Harris
He was born on October 2, 1928 in Grapevine, TX to Floyd and Mae Bulman Harris. Jim served as a medic in the U.S. Army serving in Germany during the Korean war.
Students honored for logos
Winners of the T-shirt design contest for Wayne County's School is Cool promotion were announced Sunday afternoon.
The Star Press
Married April 4th 1964, at Nettle Creek Friends Church, Dalton, Indiana. High school sweethearts, Bill graduated in 1962, from Union High School, Modoc, Indiana and Colleen graduated in 1963, from Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown, Indiana.
Party, event center opens in Hagerstown
The 1930s Cape Cod house at 98 S. Perry St. never has been endangered, but it is the site of a new business.
State senate candidates will debate issues on WCTV program
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce will host an interactive televised debate featuring the four candidates in the May 6 Republican primary for the District 27 seat in the Indiana Senate that is being vacated by Allen Paul.
Egg hunts, dramas and more planned
From egg and candy hunts to message-filled dramas, bazaars and breakfast with the Easter bunny, many local groups are offering events this weekend and next.
The club met March 27 at Nancy's Diner in Hagerstown. Ula Marie House gave the health and safety lesson on personal safety.
Mock vehicle crash will be staged Friday in Hagerstown
The Hagerstown Police Department along with the Hagerstown Fire Department, Culberson's Ambulance Service, CareFlight and Wayne County Sheriff's Department will assist Hagerstown High School on Friday with a mock vehicle crash.
College job fair impresses employers, job hunters
People were waiting at the door 45 minutes before the Four College Job Fair opened Tuesday at Reid Hospital's Lingle Hall in Richmond.
Another round of job fairs coming up in April
The Wayne County Task Force on Jobs is back in action. Two job fairs are planned for the coming weeks.