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More than 20 Hancock High School students hung blue ribbons around town Monday as part of Child Abuse Awareness Month. The month’s events will culminate Saturday, April 28, with the second annual Walk to End Child Abuse, Police Chief T.J. Buskirk...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgRebecca Jean Ferguson, a former Berkeley County public school teacher, is facing up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to eight counts of identity theft in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Ferguson, 40, of 10245 Williamsport Pike in Falling...
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email@example.comLawyers, disc jockeys, police officers, even a biker dude will be going once, going twice, going on a date. It’s a bachelor auction, featuring 11 single males from the Washington County area. And the bidding war is all in the name of charity. The...
Credibility of editorials a cause for concern To the editor: Not knowing who writes the editorials produced by The Herald-Mail, I am left to assume they represent the paper’s general opinion on certain issues, the credibility of which has become...
Without a dissenting vote, the Maryland House and Senate this session passed what’s become known as Justice’s Law, a measure that increases the maximum penalty for child abuse resulting in death from 30 years to 40 years. The bill was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA different sort of bachelor party was held Friday night at Fountain Head Country Club, where the men were well-behaved and the women were having most of the fun. Eleven men put themselves and their egos on the line — and on the runway — in...
Hancock Rescue Squad will hold a Vera Bradley and Designer basket bingo Sunday at the Hancock Fire Hall, 3 Fulton St. Doors open for lunch at noon with games beginning at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $25 per person and will be available at the door. Tickets...
Help make Washington County safer for children To the editor: April is nationally recognized as the Month of the Young Child and as Child Abuse and Neglect Awareness Month. This month gives us an opportunity to focus our attention on early childhood...
email@example.comA Berkeley County man accused of starving his two children and locking them in the basement of his home pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of child abuse causing serious bodily injury. Jesse A. Lafferty, 34, who is scheduled to be sentenced July 16,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA child’s drawing depicted a girl with a piece of tape over her mouth. “Stop child abuse. Stand for her, because she doesn’t know how,” the caption read. Another portrayed a boy’s face with a black eye. It read, “...
A Jefferson County grand jury this week handed up indictments on a range of criminal charges, according to court records. Among those indicted were: - Paul James Feia, 49, of 7225 Pine Drive in Annandale, Va., one count of DUI third offense. -...
The next two weekends in Hancock will be busy. There will be something for everyone to enjoy and support. Saturday is Hancock’s child abuse awareness event, which will include a walk/run along the rail trail, a bike ride through Widmeyer Park,...
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