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email@example.comA judge on Tuesday denied a motion to suppress an eyewitness identification and DNA evidence against an accused bank robber following a hearing in Washington County Circuit Court. Charles Benjamin McNeal, 28, of Chambersburg, Pa., was in court for a...
A 55-year-old woman was recently sentenced to 14 days in prison for taking medication that was meant for a patient at Martinsburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center, where she worked as an emergency room nurse, U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II’s...
The Baltimore SunA divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that police in Maryland and elsewhere can continue the warrantless collection of DNA from people arrested — but not convicted — of serious crimes. The 5-4 decision upheld a state law that allows...
firstname.lastname@example.orgZombies. Giant super-storms. Runaway climate change. Alien invasions. Sneak attacks by invading enemy nations. Thrilling stuff of end-of-life-as-we-know-it science fiction books and movies. But as recent news coverage reminds us — Superstorm...
“You know, these people complain about these cameras, for getting caught speeding. I’d like to see them put one out here on Gay Street, at the school path that goes up to Lincolnshire school. These kids use that path, and the street down...
The Town and Country Garden Club of Hagerstown selected Kirstie Lane Coombs, a student at North Hagerstown High School, as the recipient of its 2013 academic scholarship. The $500 scholarship was established in order for the club membership to...
email@example.comFor most of Bill Kesecker’s 64 years, he struggled with his weight. He lost and gained, lost and gained — but kept trying to maintain. There were high-protein diets, liquid supplements, South Beach, Slim Fast and visits to dietitians....
West Virginia law enforcement officials are seizing methamphetamine labs at a record pace in 2013. They have seized 200 meth labs to date, nearly approaching the 288 they shuttered in all of last year. The Charleston Gazette said law enforcement is on...
If your insurance has ever stopped covering a prescription drug or you don’t have coverage at all, you know how quickly costs can mount. Americans spent, on average, $758 out of pocket for medication in 2012, according to a recent Consumer Reports...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCatie Breslin is living proof there have been advances in cystic fibrosis research. When she was born, the average age a person with CF expected to live was age 18. Today, it's 37. That's why the 21-year-old Hagerstown native is hoping that people...
Know your rights: Nursing Home Quality Reform Act created a Bill of Rights for those in long-term email@example.comFor most people, home means familiar faces, rooms filled with years of memories and a measure of control over one's life. But for many older adults, home is confined to four walls in an institutional setting, where you learn to navigate a wheelchair...
Several police agencies in Franklin County, Pa., and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia are participating in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day this weekend. On Saturday, people can drop off expired, unwanted or unused medications at various...
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