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KickingTiresEver wonder what happened to events in the auto industry that were supposed to occur but didn't? You might have seen a news story on a site like ours of a promise by an automaker that sounded legitimate with lots......
Tags: Fiat, Consumers, Smart Car, Bankruptcy, Auto Shows
Chattanooga Times Free Press, Tenn.Calhoun golf coach Clay Stevenson and North Murray coach Keith Robinette can't be in the same place at once today with boys' and girls' teams playing for their respective state championships. But Trion coach Doug Wilson is going to do his best not to...
Dust off those party clothes and dig out that crazy hat. It's the time of year when folks in our part of Virginia get together to celebrate in the fresh air and sunshine. If you're looking to socialize and depressurize, you're in luck. Festivals devoted...
Expert Witness Says Skakel's 'Shift' In Statements About Moxley Murder Came Amid Culture Of IntimidationThe Hartford CourantA Maine rehabilitation center where Michael Skakel stayed as a teen had an atmosphere of "intimidation" and "humiliation" that could have coerced a person to say things that might not be true, an expert witness testified Monday at a hearing in Skakel's...
The Hartford CourantMonths before Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel went to trial in 2002 for the 1975 murder of his teenage neighbor Martha Moxley, his lawyer, Mickey Sherman, told a Las Vegas audience, "I like to enjoy myself doing these things." Lawyers representing...
The Hartford CourantAttorneys for Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel put his trial lawyer, Mickey Sherman, on the hot seat Tuesday, questioning him about evidence not used in the 2002 trial that sent his client to prison. Skakel, 52, is serving 20 years to life for the 1975...
The Hartford Courant— A police sketch of a man walking in the area of Greenwich teenager Martha Moxley's home the night she was killed is expected to be a critical part of defense lawyers' next bid for freedom for Michael Skakel, the Kennedy cousin serving a 20-years-...
Tags: Halloween, Murder, U.S. Supreme Court, Judges, Witnesses
The Hartford CourantYou figured Vanderbilt's hang time in Monday's NCAA Tournament second-round game would vastly surpass that of Idaho on Saturday. To put it into geographic context, the Commodores, despite multiple injuries, seemed as distant from the Vandals as...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBerkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela Games-Neely confirmed Friday that she decided not to appeal a circuit judge’s decision to dismiss felony murder charges against two men in a 2008 club shooting near Martinsburg. Games-Neely said she...
email@example.comThe Hagerstown Community College athletic complex will be hosting a surprise party Saturday night. For much of the season, many were holding out hope that the Hawks would be hosting the NJCAA District III championship game against Monroe (Bronx) this...
Tags: Softball, College Basketball, Basketball, Sports
Berkeley County judge dismisses felony murder charges against two men; prosecutor says she will firstname.lastname@example.orgCiting a recent state Supreme Court decision, Berkeley County Circuit Court Judge Gray Silver III on Monday dismissed felony murder charges against two men in the 2008 shooting death of a man at the former Orioles Club on Mid Atlantic Parkway. Dale E....
Tags: Murder, Judges, Lawyers, Crimes, Justice System
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