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By DAVE McMILLION | January 8, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - A juror in the Raymond Hoak voluntary manslaughter trial in November testified Monday in a hearing that she was the juror who had a note with penalties for possible verdicts written on it. Jurors are not supposed to have penalties for possible verdicts, and Hoak's attorney Paul Taylor is asking Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. for a new trial for Hoak because of the discovery of the note. Mary Mauck testified that the note was "for me only" and was not shared with other jurors.
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Jamie Shekels | Around Halfway | December 15, 2011
Each month, one student from each classroom at Hickory Elementary School is named a Character Counts! Good Citizens of the Month. Students are nominated by classroom teachers for demonstrating one of the six pillars of character. Students were nominated in the month of October for displaying the character trait of responsibility. The students selected and their parents/guardians were honored with a celebration assembly Oct. 24. Here is a list of those students selected in October: Anna Kesselring, Dylan Kesler, Talon Koerting, Lucy Kotler, Yadira Parada, Torieana Sumlin, Logan Adkins, Alexia Heagy, Eric Wang, Abby Blickenstaff, Emily Shartzer, Owen Wood, Sophie Butts and Lydia Carr.
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By DAVE McMILLION | January 7, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. ? A juror in the Raymond Hoak voluntary manslaughter trial in November testified Monday in a hearing that she was the juror who had a note with penalties for possible verdicts written on it. Jurors are not supposed to have penalties for possible verdicts, and Hoak's attorney Paul Taylor is asking Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Thomas W. Steptoe Jr. for a new trial for Hoak because of the discovery of the note. Mary Mauck testified that the note was "for me only" and was not shared with other jurors.
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August 16, 2000
7-Eleven clerk files suit over his lost job Staff and wire services MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The attorney for a clerk who was fired after foiling an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven said Wednesday the world believes his client is a hero, even if the company does not. Paul Taylor of Martinsburg represents Antonio Feliciano in a lawsuit filed this week seeking $105,000. Lloyd Scott, loss prevention manager at 7-Eleven's Chesapeake division, said Feliciano was fired for violating store policy and was "overly aggressive.
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By DAN DEARTH | September 14, 2007
Financial relief could be in sight for school teachers in West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle, where annual pay for educators ranks among the lowest in the state. On Wednesday, the West Virginia Board of Education agreed to develop a plan that would help the Eastern Panhandle's teachers receive pay that is commensurate to the region's high cost of living, said Liza Cordeiro, a spokeswoman for the state's department of education. She said the state board would collect recommendations for the plan in October.
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by CANDICE BOSELY | October 24, 2002
martinsburg@herald-mail.com MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Eight jurors decided Wednesday that 7-Eleven did not act wrongfully when in July 2000 it fired an employee who two weeks earlier had foiled an armed robbery. Because of the jury's verdict, Antonio V. Feliciano, 29, will not receive any of the $105,000 he sought from his former employer for compensatory damages. The case began July 14, 2000, when a woman entered the 7-Eleven store at the entrance of the Veterans Affairs Medical Center on W.Va.
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by DON AINES | March 3, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com Depending on what numbers are used, either 13 or six of Chambersburg Area School District's 18 elementary schools are overcrowded, according to figures reviewed Tuesday night by an advisory task force studying the district's building needs. The second of eight planned meetings by the 45-member panel, this one studied the existing facilities of the district. Paul Taylor, the director of educational architecture for Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates of Mechanicsburg, Pa., led the members through pages of statistics on the district's buildings.
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By JAMIE SHEKELS / 301-331-4885 | December 10, 2008
Night of Lights The City of Hagerstown's Night of Lights will be Sunday, Dec. 21. The city's sidewalks and neighborhoods will be strung together through a series of luminarias lining the walkways. This event is sponsored by Neighborhoods First. For more information, call 301-739-8577, ext. 191. PTA meeting The South Hagerstown High School PTA meeting is today at 6 p.m. Those members who have not paid 2008-09 dues can do so at the meeting. Those who have Christmas cards for the troops are asked to bring them to the meeting.
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by DON AINES | July 21, 2006
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The cost of a new U.L. Gordy Elementary School has escalated by millions of dollars in the past year to $21 million, prompting debate among Chambersburg School Board members over the project. Architect Paul Taylor told the board the price could be reduced to $19.5 million by changing its design from three to two stories, but the resulting larger footprint would reduce the playground area on the property. It could also raise construction costs if it more rock is encountered, he said.
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by DON AINES | December 13, 2006
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A land development plan for a new U.L. Gordy Elementary School excluding lighted tennis courts will be on next week's consent agenda for the Chambersburg Borough Council. In 2005, the borough reached an agreement with the Chambersburg Area School District on land for the elementary school on Miller Street that would include the borough's West End Playground, Borough Manager Eric Oyer said. As part of that agreement, the school district agreed to install playground equipment, a basketball court and two lighted tennis courts on the 8-acre site.
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