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Daily Archives: April 30, 2009
CHARLESTON – A woman is suing a Charleston hospital and two employees, saying she was fired via a shady drug test she claims she was given because she refused to falsify time records and because she has a disability. Jennifer … Read More
CHARLESTON — More than a dozen people testified during two days of an evidentiary hearing into problems in West Virginia’s mental health system, but most of them on both sides of the case expressed one recurring theme: The state needs … Read More
his parcel of land behind the roadsigns at the intersection of U.S. 50 and W.Va. 68 is at the center of lawsuit between J.C. and Eric Powell and Robert Keith Sheppard. The Powells, who are both attorneys, allege that Sheppard convinced them to invest $75,000 into a proposed retail development called Neal Run Crossing that has never materialzed. Sheppard’s attorney, Richard Hayhurst, has withdrawn from the case, and has sued him for failing to pay $5,700 in legal fees and expenses. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
PARKERSBURG – Records show prior to the one against Robert Keith Sheppard, J.C. and Eric Powell also filed suit against the two main players in a yet-to-be-developed South Parkersburg retail outlet alleging fraud.
CHARLESTON – A couple says the state and federal government is continuing to take child support payments from them even after the female half of the couple regained custody of her child. Christian and Angela Lindroth filed a lawsuit April … Read More
CHARLESTON — Is it possible that Judge Jennifer Bailey Walker just awoke from a long slumber? Oh, say for at least four months?
MARTINSBURG – Five New Jersey residents are suing an Inwood man, whom they say rear-ended them along Interstate 81. James and Donna McClinton Toe, Alonzo and Dorothy Williams Agee, all of Trenton, and Edith Conover, of Hamilton filed lawsuits March … Read More
CHARLESTON — This past regular session, I put forward a progressive legislative agenda that put West Virginia families, job creation and education first.
HUNTINGTON – A West Virginia magazine publisher is suing a Georgia printing company and two of its employees, alleging it was overcharged more than $200,000 for printing. Prestige Magazine Co., doing business as Prestige Communications, filed a federal suit March … Read More
CHARLESTON – West Virginians will pay the highest electric rates in the nation if Congress enacts a carbon tax and West Virginia doesn’t diversify its power supply, Sierra Club lawyer William DePaulo told the Supreme Court of Appeals. DePaulo said … Read More
CHARLESTON — A state official has been reappointed to the board of directors of a national state government council’s Justice Center.
ROCK -– Mercer Circuit Judge Omar Aboulhosn will act as an auctioneer at a spring reward auction in a sixth-grade class at Montcalm Elementary School in Rock on May 4.
HUNTINGTON – A mother and her son have filed suit against Black and Decker, Delta Machinery Corporation, Woodworker’s Supply and Pentair, alleging defective machinery caused the son’s right hand to be cut off.
HUNTINGTON – A Hurricane man claims police placed handcuffs too tightly around his wrists, causing him to sustain nerve damage. Terry Caldwell filed a federal suit March 25 against Hurricane police officers C.J. Holloran and T.J. Dillon and the city … Read More
CHARLESTON – An unidentified woman is suing Thomas Health System, saying health care workers at St. Francis hospital breached confidentiality and caused the arrest of her police officer husband on a domestic battery charge. The woman, identified as A.R., filed … Read More