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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe three men running for judge in the 39th District of the Court of Common Pleas faced questioning Thursday night during a forum preceding the primary election. Attorneys Jeffrey Evans, Jerrold Sulcove and Jeremiah Zook are running for the open seat on...
email@example.comA nonprofit group that was formed to tackle substance abuse and addiction among young people in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle is dissolving, said Berkeley County Councilman Douglas E. Copenhaver Jr., who led the organization. Helping Hands...
April is Autism Awareness month. As many as one in every 50 children is diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum. Take time to learn about autism and gain some understanding for these awesome people. Spaghetti dinner Grace United Methodist...
The Washington County Detention Center, in partnership with the Washington County Health Department Division of Behavioral Health Services, recently hosted an afternoon with William Kellibrew, a motivational speaker. Forty-nine men and women sat...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgKatherine Marsh drove from Frederick for a job fair at The Arc of Washington County in Hagerstown on Thursday. “I am leaving a family-owned business because of budget cuts,” she said. “I have become active in the mental health aspect,...
“Our local elected state officials are upset over the new gun control measures, including things like fingerprinting and mental health checks. Well, with regards to fingerprinting, there are many, many jobs — locally, even — that require...
By The Associated PressA nearly unanimous West Virginia House of Delegates on Monday approved a measure that would repeal a handful of municipal gun control ordinances, affirming the Legislature’s supremacy over that area of law. The bill and its 94-4 passage to the...
I’m an addict. There I’ve said it. I’m addicted to several things, but the one I’m talking about in this column is books. I am a voracious reader and that costs me money, time, a broader behind and a larger girth. None of the costs...
email@example.comA gun-control bill endorsed by Gov. Martin O’Malley passed the Senate on Thursday after days of spirited debate and heads now to the House of Delegates. There are Washington County legislators such as Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, who are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAutomatic federal budget cuts set to take effect Friday would mean thousands of temporary layoffs for National Guard and civilian defense workers in West Virginia, including those at the 167th Airlift Wing near Martinsburg, along with reduced funding...
“Happens every time: First the government calls for a gun ban, then you see a lot of shootings where there were none. Can’t tell me that’s a coincidence.” — Cumberland, Md. “To the Greencastle caller on Feb. 1,...
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