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Daily Archives: June 29, 2012
There’s not much positive you can say about hard times, but there is one thing: Hard times force families, businesses and governments to make hard decisions.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw says he is used to being the target of critics.
CHARLESTON — A federal appeals court ruling upholding the EPA’s regulations limiting the emissions of greenhouse gas air pollutants has spurred a debate between West Virginia’s gubernatorial candidates.
CHARLESTON – Piedmont Elementary School has dedicated a space in honor of Jackson Kelly Education Elevators Program Founder Thomas McJunkin, who passed away last year.
CHARLESTON – Three years ago Hiram C. Lewis IV was disciplined for inappropriate comments he made about a judge’s decision.
CHARLES TOWN – A Berkeley County attorney is accused of taking advantage of his parents’ age to change their will for his exclusive benefit.
June 15 Amy West, Crystal Mansfield, Shane Wiley, Kelly Huffman, Benny Hodges II, Kathryn Smith, Veta Whitley, Brenda Ratcliffe, Nancy Johnson and Sarah Vickers vs. Mountain State University, Inc.; Charles H. Polk; and the Mountain State University Board of Trustees … Read More
June 21 Kathy R. Savilla vs. Ford Motor Company, Moses Ford Inc. and The Huntington National Bank PA-Thomas H. Peyton; J-Leslie * Savilla says the 2010 Ford Fusion she purchased new was a lemon and that its jerking motion caused … Read More
June 19 Rhonda Little and John Little vs. Express Printing, Inc.; Jay Stone; Sara Stone; Kay Stone; John Rowsey; and Sentry Select Insurance Company PA- J. Kristopher Cormany; J- F. Jane Hustead * On May 10, 2011, Rowsey was driving … Read More
June 13 Becky S. and William P. Kovalick vs. Phyllis C. Hartley PA- Jeffrey V. Kessler; J- Karl * Plaintiff settled with defendant’s insurer Nationwide from a collision between the parties which occurred on Jan. 5, 2012. Kovalick was covered … Read More
June 19 Tamara and Frank Hodges vs. St. Joseph’s Hospital and West Virginia University Board of Governors PA-Scott Segal; J-NA * After suffering a fall at her home, Tamara Hodges was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital, seen by Dr. Kim. … Read More