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March 15, 2009
Sandra Kae Stottlemyer and Thomas Scott Miller were married Aug. 16, 2008, at Hagerstown Bible Church. The bride is the daughter of Donald and Susan Stottlemyer and the late Donna Kae Stottlemyer. The bridegroom is the son of Dr. Thomas A. and Sandra Miller of Lake Oswego, Ore. The bride is a 1991 graduate of Smithsburg High School. She received a bachelor's degree in education from Shepherd University and a master's degree in administration and supervision from Frostburg State University.
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NEWS
February 20, 2009
Cromer, a current council member, is seeking her second term. She said she decided to run again "to keep improving Hagerstown and be a voice for the citizens. " "I enjoy being on the council and I think I'm needed there," she said. Cromer said her greatest accomplishments on the council have been improving the quality of life for citizens and not raising taxes. She said the council's decision to hire nine new firefighters improved public safety and the council is continually improving the downtown.
NEWS
August 2, 1998
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Berkeley County Republican Club will meet on Thursday, Aug. 13, at Hoss's Restaurant on Edwin Miller Boulevard, Martinsburg. An optional dinner begins at 6 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7:15 p.m. State GOP Executive Committee Chairman David Tyson will be the speaker. He is a managing partner in Tyson & Tyson. Tyson graduated from West Virginia University and the California Western School of Law. He received his law degree in 1980. Tyson has been active in West Virginia politics for several years, including serving as special deputy attorney general.
NEWS
March 6, 2012
Date of birth : April 5, 1943 Hometown : Boyds, Md. Education : attended U.S. Military Academy from 1960 to 1963; received bachelor's degree in engineering from Case Institute of Technology (now Case Western Reserve University) in 1965; attended University of Pennsylvania Law School for two years; received law degree from University of Baltimore Law School in 1969; received master's degree in public administration from American University in 1970 Occupation : attorney and real estate agent Party affiliation : Republican since 1976 (previously was a Democrat, then independent)
NEWS
January 10, 2013
Attorney Jerrold A. Sulcove has announced that he will seek election for Court of Common Pleas judge in the 39th Judicial District, which serves Franklin and Fulton counties in Pennsylvania. Sulcove will run for a vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Richard J. Walsh. Sulcove is a partner with the Chambersburg law firm Black and Davison, where he practices with his father, Jan; brother, Elliott; and other attorneys. Sulcove graduated from Chambersburg Area Senior High School and received his law degree from Temple University's James E. Beasley School of Law, according to a news release.
NEWS
April 22, 2012
Editor's note: This is another in a series of Eastern Panhandle candidate previews that The Herald-Mail has run over the last several months. The announcements also will be posted on our website, www.herald-mail.com, through the West Virginia primary on May 8. Four years ago, attorney Ruth McQuade lost her bid to become Jefferson County's prosecutor when she ran unsuccessfully against Ralph Lorenzetti in the 2008 Democratic primary in a closely fought contest. Lorenzetti went on to win the general election that November.
NEWS
September 12, 1997
By MARLO BARNHART and GUY FLETCHER Staff Writers Hagerstown attorney Don Beachley is in the running for Washington County's vacant Circuit Court judgeship, getting the nod Wednesday from the Judicial Nominating Commission. Beachley, who has been a U.S. magistrate judge for 31/2 years, and Washington County State's Attorney Ken Long now are the only contenders for the post, which pays $96,500 a year. State Del. D. Bruce Poole, D-Washington, was not nominated by the commission, according to Mike O'Malley, administrator of the Maryland state courts.
NEWS
May 4, 2010
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman will address Shepherd University's class of 2010 at the school's May 15 commencement. Workman also will receive an honorary doctorate from the university. Workman became the first woman elected to the court in 1988 and the first woman elected to a statewide office. A native West Virginian, Workman received her law degree in 1974 from the West Virginia University College of Law. Her father was a coal miner whose ancestors were among the first settlers of Boone County.
NEWS
by MARLO BARNHART | March 13, 2003
marlob@herald-mail.com While praising CASA's volunteers and staff for their work combating domestic violence in Washington County, the wife of Maryland's governor said Wednesday night she fears the agency and others will face cuts if her husband's call for slots fails. "The governor needs his budget to balance and it won't without slots," Kendal Ehrlich said as she addressed CASA's annual dinner meeting at Four Points Sheraton on Dual Highway. She said her husband, Gov. Robert Ehrlich, was committed to his promise not to increase sales or income taxes in Maryland.
NEWS
by ERIN JULIUS | April 2, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - A new addition to the Washington County Sheriff's Department is spearheading the department's effort to earn accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. (CALEA). Maj. Sam Billotti, formerly of the Frederick County (Md.) Sheriff's Office - where he served on patrol, as part of the Narcotics Task Force and as a member of the SWAT team - earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore by attending night school while on duty in Frederick County.
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