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The Charleston Gazette, W.Va.CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Though the timing may have caught people by surprise, it was no secret that House Speaker Rick Thompson, D-Wayne, was looking at his options. One rumor was that he was planning on running for sheriff of Wayne County in 2016 -- an...
The Register-Herald, Beckley, W.Va.Is legislation for a lower blood alcohol content to ascertain if a motorist is considered drunk in the offing in the West Virginia Legislature? Already, a push is on by the National Transportation Safety Board to lower the BAC from .08 to .05, and for...
The Register-Herald, Beckley, W.Va.Police and community members took time Wednesday to pause and memorialize. "These are men and women who had a calling for peace in a world full of darkness, those who chose to represent a thin blue line that runs through that darkness," Lt. R.S....
Maryland The Maryland General Assembly’s 2013 session began Jan. 9 and ends April 8. Information about the General Assembly, including the status of bills, can be found at http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/ Sen. George C. Edwards R-Allegany/Garrett/...
email@example.comA bill that would provide support for the operation of MARC commuter train service in the Eastern Panhandle passed Saturday by a 98-1 vote in the House of Delegates on the last day of the West Virginia Legislature’s 60-day session. The state Senate...
The House Government Organization Committee passed a bill to require at least one rate-paying residential customer be part of a public utility board’s membership, according to an audio webcast streamed live Tuesday on the West Virginia Legislature&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegislation aimed at eliminating “puppy mills” and providing minimum standards for horse-boarding facilities still are alive in the West Virginia Legislature after passing the Senate, the bills’ lead sponsor said. “We’ve...
email@example.comProperty values in Martinsburg have dropped for four consecutive years and the city’s general fund could lose revenue next year if the losses continue, city Finance Director Mark Spickler said. Values this year dropped by about 6 percent, which was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWarren Mickey might have exaggerated, but he minced no words Tuesday telling Division of Highways officials they were moving too slow on plans to widen U.S. 340 South from Charles Town to the Virginia line. “You can’t buy a gallon of milk...
Tags: Transportation, Road Transportation, Travel
email@example.comNothing brought to mind more about the suffering that children who grow up poor and destitute endure than the testimony of a young woman Saturday at a forum organized to combat child poverty. Kristi Cotter, 23, of Bunker Hill, W.Va., in an emotional...
Tags: Poverty, Substance Abuse, Social Issues, Theft
firstname.lastname@example.orgPeople crowded the sidewalk and spilled into West King Street across from U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s office in Martinsburg on Saturday for a Second Amendment rally and protest. “I think he’s sold us out,” Keith Morgan, president of...
As a Republican, I’m disappointed with my party To the editor: Norman Mailer said, “One must grow or forever pay the price of remaining the same.” I am a registered Republican. I am disappointed with my party. It is driven by a past...
Tags: Human Interest, Medicare, Republican Party, Authors, Elections
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