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By SARAH MULLIN | February 25, 2002
The parents of a Falling Waters, W.Va., teenager killed a year ago as he crossed U.S. 11 to his school bus stop have filed a civil suit against five defendants, including the Berkeley County Board of Education. The suit brought by Tina and Michael McDaniel, parents of 13-year-old Brandon McDaniel, alleges the Board of Education was negligent, contributing to the boy's death. The allegation is based in part on the McDaniels' claim that the board did not comply with their request to move the bus stop to a safer location, said Paul Taylor, the Martinsburg attorney representing the family.
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April 5, 2010
JULY 23, 1953-MARCH 30, 2010 Ned Rick "Reggie" Taylor, 56, of Falling Waters, W.Va., passed away on Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at the Winchester Medical Center. Born July 23, 1953, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Ned and Betty Jane (Palmer) Taylor. He was a 1972 graduate of South Hagerstown High School. Reggie worked for more than 25 years for the GST Auto Leather at the Tannery in Williamsport. He loved to hunt. He is survived by a daughter, Lindsey N. Taylor of Greencastle, Pa.; his fiance, Barbara Herbert of Falling Waters; a sister, Betty Ann Barnes of Williamsport; eight brothers, Mike Taylor, Larry Taylor, Paul Taylor, Robin Taylor, Randy Taylor, Howard Taylor, Brian Taylor, and James Taylor, all of Hagerstown.
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March 6, 2001
West Virginia Supreme Court to decide case By BOB PARTLOW / Staff Writer, Martinsburg The West Virginia Supreme Court has been asked to decide whether self-defense against attack in the workplace can be used as a reason to legally avoid being fired. continued U.S. District Court Judge Craig Broadwater asked for the state appellate court's ruling in the case of Antonio Feliciano, who was fired last July after he wrestled a would-be armed robber to the floor of the 7-Eleven store where he worked along W.Va.
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By DAVE McMILLION | April 11, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - One of the lawyers representing workers who lost their jobs when two AB&C Group plants shut down recently has told two local prosecutors that he believes state criminal laws might have been broken. In letters sent to Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela-Games Neely and Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney Michael D. Thompson, Martinsburg lawyer Paul Taylor said there is a state law which says that any person or corporation which disposes or relocates assets with the intent to deprive employees their wages is guilty of a felony.
NEWS
December 11, 2000
7-Eleven clerk case turned over to U.S. District Court By BOB PARTLOW / Staff Writer, Martinsburg MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The case of a 7-Eleven convenience store clerk who was fired for struggling with a robber has been turned over to U.S. District Court, records show. Antonio Feliciano was fired by the company after he struggled with an armed robber July 14 at the Baker Heights store on W.Va. 9. The case has drawn national attention. 7-Eleven has asked U.S. District Court Judge Craig Broadwater to dismiss the civil suit filed by Feliciano, of Martinsburg.
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By DON AINES | December 2, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - When the bids were opened in April for a new U.L. Gordy Elementary school, Chambersburg Area School District officials were pleased when they came in more than $3 million less than the amount budgeted for the project. On Dec. 12, the administration hopes something similar will happen when bids are opened for a renovation and expansion project for Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The total budget is $73.8 million, with construction costs expected to be about $65 million, architect Paul Taylor told the school board last week.
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By DON AINES | November 30, 1999
CHAMBERBSURG, PA. When the bids were opened in April for a new U.L. Gordy Elementary school, Chambersburg Area School District officials were pleased when they came in more than $3 million less than the amount budgeted for the project. On Dec. 12, the administration hopes something similar will happen when bids are opened for a renovation and expansion project for Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The total budget is $73.8 million, with construction costs expected to be about $65 million, architect Paul Taylor told the school board last week.
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by DAVE McMILLION | November 22, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. - Defense attorney Paul Taylor said Wednesday he likely will ask that Raymond Hoak's second murder trial be declared a mistrial after the discovery of unusual notes from a juror in the trial that ended Tuesday. Taylor did not say when he will ask for a mistrial, but he said it will not occur this week. Taylor said he also needed to talk with Hoak before moving ahead with the request. If presiding 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. overturns Hoak's conviction, it would be up to the state whether to have a third trial for Hoak, Taylor said.
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By DAVE McMILLION | November 21, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. ? Defense attorney Paul Taylor said Wednesday he will likely ask that Raymond Hoak's second murder trial be declared a mistrial after the discovery of unusual notes from a juror in the trial that ended Tuesday. Taylor did not say when he will ask for a mistrial, but he said it will not occur this week. Taylor said he also needed to talk with Hoak before moving ahead with the request. If presiding 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. overturns Hoak's conviction, it would be up to the state whether to have a third trial for Hoak, Taylor said.
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By DAVE McMILLION | November 7, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - After a mistrial in 2005 and several postponements of a second trial, a murder trial for Raymond Hoak got under way Tuesday in Jefferson County Circuit Court. Attorneys in the case laid out the details of the early-morning hours of Feb. 9, 2003, when Larry G. Hose, 29, of Kearneysville, W.Va., was shot to death outside Images nightclub along W.Va. 51 near Middleway, W.Va. The first trial for Hoak, who was indicted on a first-degree murder charge, ended in a mistrial after jurors could not reach a verdict.
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May 31, 2011
A well-known area attorney who ran unsuccessfully for Jefferson County commissioner last year was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery Saturday morning following an incident in his home, according to Jefferson County Magistrate Court records. Paul G. Taylor, of 789 Willowdale Drive, was accused of striking a woman in the mouth during an argument as the two were preparing breakfast, according to the charging documents. West Virginia State Trooper S.R. Smith said he responded to Taylor's home shortly before noon in response to a 911 call from the woman.
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April 5, 2010
JULY 23, 1953-MARCH 30, 2010 Ned Rick "Reggie" Taylor, 56, of Falling Waters, W.Va., passed away on Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at the Winchester Medical Center. Born July 23, 1953, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late Ned and Betty Jane (Palmer) Taylor. He was a 1972 graduate of South Hagerstown High School. Reggie worked for more than 25 years for the GST Auto Leather at the Tannery in Williamsport. He loved to hunt. He is survived by a daughter, Lindsey N. Taylor of Greencastle, Pa.; his fiance, Barbara Herbert of Falling Waters; a sister, Betty Ann Barnes of Williamsport; eight brothers, Mike Taylor, Larry Taylor, Paul Taylor, Robin Taylor, Randy Taylor, Howard Taylor, Brian Taylor, and James Taylor, all of Hagerstown.
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March 14, 2009
Paul D. Taylor, 69 MAY 4, 1939-MARCH 12, 2009 WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Mr. Paul D. Taylor, 69, of 710 S. Church St., Waynesboro, Pa., died at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 12, 2009, at his home. He had been in failing health for nine months and critically ill for two weeks. Born May 4, 1939, in East Berlin, Pa., he was the son of the late Harry C. and Mabel J. (Hawbaker) Taylor. Mr. Taylor graduated with the 1957 class of Waynesboro High School. He and his wife, Mary (Willison)
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By DAVE McMILLION | April 11, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - One of the lawyers representing workers who lost their jobs when two AB&C Group plants shut down recently has told two local prosecutors that he believes state criminal laws might have been broken. In letters sent to Berkeley County Prosecuting Attorney Pamela-Games Neely and Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney Michael D. Thompson, Martinsburg lawyer Paul Taylor said there is a state law which says that any person or corporation which disposes or relocates assets with the intent to deprive employees their wages is guilty of a felony.
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By DON AINES | December 2, 2007
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - When the bids were opened in April for a new U.L. Gordy Elementary school, Chambersburg Area School District officials were pleased when they came in more than $3 million less than the amount budgeted for the project. On Dec. 12, the administration hopes something similar will happen when bids are opened for a renovation and expansion project for Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The total budget is $73.8 million, with construction costs expected to be about $65 million, architect Paul Taylor told the school board last week.
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by DAVE McMILLION | November 22, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. - Defense attorney Paul Taylor said Wednesday he likely will ask that Raymond Hoak's second murder trial be declared a mistrial after the discovery of unusual notes from a juror in the trial that ended Tuesday. Taylor did not say when he will ask for a mistrial, but he said it will not occur this week. Taylor said he also needed to talk with Hoak before moving ahead with the request. If presiding 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. overturns Hoak's conviction, it would be up to the state whether to have a third trial for Hoak, Taylor said.
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By DAVE McMILLION | November 21, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. ? Defense attorney Paul Taylor said Wednesday he will likely ask that Raymond Hoak's second murder trial be declared a mistrial after the discovery of unusual notes from a juror in the trial that ended Tuesday. Taylor did not say when he will ask for a mistrial, but he said it will not occur this week. Taylor said he also needed to talk with Hoak before moving ahead with the request. If presiding 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. overturns Hoak's conviction, it would be up to the state whether to have a third trial for Hoak, Taylor said.
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By DAVE McMILLION | November 7, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - After a mistrial in 2005 and several postponements of a second trial, a murder trial for Raymond Hoak got under way Tuesday in Jefferson County Circuit Court. Attorneys in the case laid out the details of the early-morning hours of Feb. 9, 2003, when Larry G. Hose, 29, of Kearneysville, W.Va., was shot to death outside Images nightclub along W.Va. 51 near Middleway, W.Va. The first trial for Hoak, who was indicted on a first-degree murder charge, ended in a mistrial after jurors could not reach a verdict.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | November 3, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. - One hundred people will be summoned to form the jury pool for the second murder trial next week of a Kearneysville, W.Va., man accused of shooting another man outside a nightclub near Middleway, W.Va., in February 2003. Raymond Eugene Hoak, 31, is accused of shooting Larry G. Hose, 29, also of Kearneysville, outside Images nightclub in the early-morning hours of Feb. 9, 2003, after an argument that police said began inside the bar. Jurors in Hoak's May 2005 trial could not reach a verdict.
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by DAVE McMILLION | May 15, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - The story of what happened in the early morning hours of Feb. 9, 2003, when Larry G. Hose was shot to death outside Images nightclub near Middleway, W.Va., will have to wait another five months or so, it was learned in court Monday. The murder trial of Raymond Hoak of Kearneysville, W.Va., was set to begin this week, but it was postponed Monday after an unsuccessful attempt by prosecutors to disqualify Hoak's attorney. Hoak was indicted on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Hose, but the case ended in a mistrial in May 2005 after jurors in the first trial said they could not reach a verdict.
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