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The Franklin County (Pa.) Commissioners have announced the hiring of Carrie Gray for the position of Franklin County assistant county administrator. Gray has been employed with the county for four years as the county’s director of grants and...
Concluding two days of intense debate, the Supreme Court signaled Wednesday it could give a boost to same-sex marriage by striking down the federal law that denies legally married gay spouses a wide range of benefits offered to other couples. As the...
email@example.comNearly five years after an incident in which a Roxbury Correctional Institution inmate was beaten in his cell, federal authorities say it is still under investigation after a former correctional officer pleaded guilty this week in U.S. District Court to...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgPennsylvania’s legislators, judges and top executive-branch officials will be receiving automatic salary raises of 2.2 percent, but some said they are not counting on that money for their take-home pay. Gov. Tom Corbett will be eligible for a...
email@example.comThe Washington County Sheriff’s Office said their law-enforcement efforts have been undermined by Maryland District Court Commissioners who recently decided on two occasions to summarily release a Smithsburg man after he was arrested and charged...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe headquarters of the state’s new business court division was unveiled Wednesday evening at the Berkeley County Judicial Center in Martinsburg. At the ceremony, 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Christopher C. Wilkes, the chairman of the newly...
email@example.comA Washington County Circuit Court judge has ruled that a detention center inmate’s statements during a disciplinary hearing can be used by the state in prosecuting him on accusations he conspired to distribute prescription drugs in the jail. Ronald...
For those of you who might not have followed the far-too-many words already published in Mail Call and on the Opinion and news pages of this newspaper, this column concerns a meeting held several weeks ago at Fountain Head Country Club. The meeting was...
Former defense attorney appeals conviction for practicing law without a license to U.S. Supreme Courtmatthew.firstname.lastname@example.orgA former Martinsburg defense attorney has appealed his 2010 criminal conviction for practicing law without a license to the U.S. Supreme Court. The petition by Steven M. Askin was filed Dec. 5, according to the Supreme Court’s online docket system....
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email@example.comCounty leaders in the Eastern Panhandle told the region’s delegation of state lawmakers in a legislative “summit” Tuesday that they need relief from spiraling regional jail bills, which are costing the three counties more than $4.1...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA 23rd Judicial Circuit judge has backed away from his plan to hold night court after personnel changes were made by the Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney's office and the state Supreme Court denied his request to help pay for the added cost. "The...
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