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email@example.comA Hagerstown man was sentenced to 23 years in state prison last week after a Washington County Circuit Court jury found him guilty of stealing copper and other metals from a vacant furniture business. The jury took less than 20 minutes on Thursday to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAttorneys engaged in a legal battle over a proposed shale quarry in Gerrardstown, W.Va. were given until Dec. 1 to submit proposed orders to resolve an appeal pending in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Potomac Riverkeeper Inc., Washington Heritage Trail...
email@example.comPolitical novices Democrat John Maxey and Republican Paul Espinosa, are running against each other to represent the new 66th Delegate District in what is, geographically, Jefferson County’s largest political jurisdiction. Created by the state...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJoe Manchin had help rebuffing repeated assertions Tuesday night by Republican John Raese that West Virginia’s junior Democratic senator was on the wrong political team in Washington. Mountain Party candidate Bob Henry Baber said Raese’s...
email@example.comA horse show in Inwood, W.Va., next week is one of two major annual fundraisers needed to keep the word of God spreading among the 1,000 or so “backstretch” workers at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The money augments the $100,000...
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Associated PressThe coal industry and other energy interests are helping to fuel West Virginia’s governor’s race, contributing to Republican Bill Maloney and the Democratic incumbent, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, the latest campaign finance reports show. But while...
November 2012 is decision time To the editor: Another crowning achievement for a socialistic state, a nationwide electrical power outage for several days affecting 600 million people (twice that of the United States), occurred in July. The power is...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne hundred and one years ago, the Illinois legislature passed a law authorizing “Mothers’ Pensions,” and the entitlement sleigh ride was off and running. Its journey made a significant stop in Maryland’s 6th Congressional...
email@example.comScenes for “Moving Mountains,” a movie being produced about a southern West Virginia woman’s real-life struggle to make coal-mining practices better in the state, are expected to be filmed at the historic Berkeley County Courthouse. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHoward Swint, “a common man running a common campaign to represent the common people,” wants to wrest the 12-year Second District U.S. House seat from Republican incumbent Shelley Moore Capito. Swint, 53, of Charleston, W.Va., said Monday...
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email@example.comAn organization opposed to a proposed shale quarry in southern Berkeley County has criticized the West Virginia Surface Mine Board for affirming the state Department of Environmental Protection’s decision to issue a mining permit for the operation....
firstname.lastname@example.orgTestimony heard Wednesday in the appeal of a state environmental agency's decision to permit a brick manufacturer's subsidiary to build a quarry in Gerrardstown, W.Va., focused on protection of nearby streams. The state Environmental Quality Board...
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