Middle school honors teacher, student of month

March 29, 1994

The East Middle TOWER (Treating Others With Equality and Respect) Committee has chosen Kathleen Eads as teacher of the month for March.

She was nominated by her students for being the best teacher she can be, and making classes creative and fun.

Dale Hicks, a seventh-grade student, was chosen student of the month.

He was nominated for his enthusiasm, willingness to help and his work with the SHOUT anti-drug program.

Each month's student and teacher receive tokens of appreciation.

POLICE

* Westminster: An employee at Western Maryland College told city police Thursday a dormitory door had graffiti written on it. Damage was estimated at $5.

Two Main Street residents told city police Friday their car radio antennas were bent. Damage on each was estimated at $75.

A Westmoreland Street resident told city police March 21 that the rear window of his station wagon was smashed and estimated the loss at $873.

A resident of East Main Street told city police Wednesday someone opened a door of her vehicle, causing $250 in damage.

An Avis Court resident told city police Saturday that her purse was removed from her car while it was parked on Carroll Street. Loss was estimated at $442.

FIRE

* Westminster: Westminster and Pleasant Valley responded for a chimney fire in the 100 block of Virginia Drive at 4:50 p.m. yesterday. Units were still out yesterday evening.

Westminster and Reese responded for a chimney fire on Herbert Avenue at 8:13 p.m. Sunday.

* Reese: Reese responded for an investigation on Old Westminster Pike at 4:38 a.m. yesterday.

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