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NEWS
June 13, 1997
FiresTaneytown: Firefighters from Harney, Union Bridge, Emmitsburg in Frederick County, and Littlestown and Kingsdale in Adams County, Pa., assisted Taneytown at 10: 01 p.m. Wednesday, responding to a furnace fire in the 500 block of Daisy Drive. Units were out 26 minutes.Union Bridge: Firefighters responded at 12: 25 p.m. Wednesday to a fire alarm in the 100 block of Broadway. Units were out 12 minutes.Taneytown: Firefighters responded at 8: 56 p.m. Monday to a trash fire on Route 194. Units were out 34 minutes.
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NEWS
By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | November 20, 1997
The railroad crossing on Taneytown's main thoroughfare, East Baltimore Street, will be closed for construction from 7 p.m. tomorrow to noon Monday.The State Highway Administration and Maryland Midland Railway Co. timed the project to reduce its impact on weekday commuters and on tractor-trailer traffic that uses the street daily. Route 140, known as Baltimore Street in Taneytown, is the heavily traveled link between major routes to Frederick, Gettysburg, Pa., and Baltimore.A detour route that will be in effect during the construction is designed primarily for heavy trucks that side streets in Taneytown cannot handle, said highway administration traffic engineer Donald Distance.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
Two people were slightly injured in separate accidents near Taneytown and Sandymount on Monday, one in rain and heavy fog.The first accident occurred about 10:30 a.m. at Francis Scott Key Highway and Keysville Road.State police said Alice May Hoff, 57, of Detour, was driving her 1986 Oldsmobile 98 through heavy fog east along Keysville Road and stopped at the stop sign at Route 194.She pulled out to make a left turn onto Route 194, police PTC reported, and then saw the headlights of a 1992 Ford Econoline van southbound on the highway.
NEWS
May 30, 1996
A 26-year-old New Windsor man accused of sexually abusing three girls was ordered yesterday to stand trial for the three cases July 16 in Carroll County Circuit Court.The alleged offenses are said to have occurred between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 1994, while the girls -- then 7, 8 and 11 years old -- were living at his home, court records showed. He is accused of raping one girl and faces multiple counts of sexually abusing all three.Bail was set at $50,000 for each case, and the defendant is being held at the Frederick County Detention Center on unrelated charges, court records showed.
NEWS
April 21, 2013
The State Highway Administration is warning motorists to expect lane closures on Md. Route 194 (Frederick Street/York Street) in Taneytown beginning Monday as crews patch and resurface the one mile of Route 194 in the city limits. Lane closures will occur between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. SHA will use flagging crews, signs, cones and barrels to guide motorists through the work zone. The project will begin Monday and will be complete in late May, weather permitting.
NEWS
By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Sun Staff Writer | February 23, 1994
Two people were slightly injured in separate accidents near Taneytown and Sandymount in Carroll County on Monday, one in rain and heavy fog.The first accident occurred about 10:30 a.m. at Francis Scott Key Highway and Keysville Road.State police said Alice May Hoff, 57, of Detour was driving her 1986 Oldsmobile 98 through heavy fog east along Keysville Road and stopped at the stop sign at Route 194.She pulled out to make a left turn onto Route 194, police reported, and then saw the headlights of a 1992 Ford Econoline van southbound on the highway.
NEWS
March 28, 1995
FIRE* Frizzellburg: Pleasant Valley responded to a report of smoke in the area of Route 140 at 8:20 a.m. Monday. Units were out for 10 minutes.* Harney: Harney assisted Frederick County at an apartment fire in the 200 block of E. Main St. in Emmitsburg at 6:38 p.m. Sunday. Units were out for 30 minutes.* Taneytown: Taneytown and Harney responded to a dump truck fire on Route 194 at 8:13 a.m. Monday. Units were out for 30 minutes.Taneytown responded to a mattress fire on Middle Street at 11:42 p.m. Sunday.
NEWS
June 25, 1996
A state health department employee was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center yesterday morning after a trash truck struck her car on Francis Scott Key Highway (Route 194) near the Keymar Airport, Maryland State Police at the Westminster barracks said.Patricia Ruth Sacco, 52, of Bel Air, was in serious but stable condition last night.Jack Lust, 41, of Kearneyville, W. Va., a driver for Laidlaw Waste Systems of Gaithersburg, was not injured, according to the police. He was issued a citation in the collision.
NEWS
March 4, 1997
The Taneytown Rod and Gun Club will have a still target shoot at 6: 30 p.m. Friday. Prizes of pork loin and chicken will be awarded.Only 12-gauge shotguns are allowed. All guns will be gauged.No alcoholic beverages are allowed. The club is at 12380 Shoemaker Road, in Frederick County outside Taneytown. If the snow emergency plan is in effect, the shoot will be held March 14. Information: Godfrey Miller, 751-1685.FireTaneytown: Firefighters from Harney assisted Taneytown at 9: 47 p.m. Friday to investigate a report of a fire on Route 194 at the Pennsylvania line.
NEWS
July 14, 2002
The Carroll County Department of Public Works has announced road construction projects for this week. For information on the following projects, call the Bureau of Engineering, 410-386-2171. Pipe work and shoulder backup: Bullfrog Road from Baumgardner Road to Route 140. Headwalls and shoulder backup: Bullfrog Road from Route 140 to Frederick County line. Pipe work: Buckhorn Road from Route 97 to Woodbine Road; Gillis Road from Woodbine Road to Route 27; Hoods Mill Road from Route 97 to Woodbine Road; Forest Stream Club Road; Keysville Road South from Keysville-Bruceville Road to Route 77. Paving: Buckhorn Road from Route 97 to the dirt section.
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