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By JAMIE SHEKELS / 301-331-4885 | December 17, 2009
o Read more Jamie Shekels columns at washingtoncountyliving.com Jaycees take children on shopping spree The Hagerstown Jaycees conducted its annual children's shopping spree Dec. 12. This year, thanks to donations from individuals and funds provided by the Jaycees, members took 10 children Christmas shopping at Target. After shopping, the group was taken to Cici's Pizza on Wesel Boulevard for lunch. The Jaycees would like to thank Target and Cici's Pizza for the support.
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By MATTHEW UMSTEAD | November 16, 2007
CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. ? The jury seated in Raymond E. Hoak's murder trial on Friday could not reach a verdict after about 6 1/2 hours of deliberations in Jefferson County Courthouse, and decided to break for the weekend. Deliberations will resume Tuesday. Hoak is accused of shooting Larry G. Hose, 29, of Kearneysville, W.Va., in the parking lot of Images nightclub along W.Va. 51 near Middleway, W.Va., in February 2003. Indicted on a first-degree murder charge, Hoak first was tried in 2005.
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May 9, 2001
W.Va. high court to hear Feliciano case By BOB PARTLOW / Staff Writer, Martinsburg When Antonio Feliciano wrestled with a would-be armed robber at a 7-Eleven store in Baker Heights, W.Va., on W.Va. 9 last summer, company officials said he violated company police and fired him. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will now decide whether his claim that he was acting in self-defense can be used as a shield against his firing. Feliciano was an "at-will" employee - meaning the company could fire him for virtually any reason, said his attorney Paul Taylor.
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by DON AINES | March 31, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A survey of the members of an advisory task force shows that three-quarters of those responding do not favor the grade alignment in the Chambersburg Area School District. The survey, conducted by the architectural firm of Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates, shows 26 of the 35 respondents to the question do not think the alignment of sixth and seventh grades in middle school, eighth and ninth in junior high and 10th through 12th in high school is the best way to group the district's students.
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BY DAVE McMILLION | March 15, 2002
Eight Ranson, W.Va., property owners have filed a lawsuit against 7-Eleven Inc., alleging they suffered damage to their properties when gasoline leaked from a 7-Eleven store in Ranson and onto their land. The suit, filed Feb. 21 in Jefferson County Circuit Court, alleges that 7-Eleven officials knew that the leak occurred as early as January 2000 at the store at 110 S. Mildred St. Despite knowing about the leak, 7-Eleven officials hid the leak from the eight nearby property owners and government agencies, the suit alleges.
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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 DON AINES | March 17, 2004
chambersburg@herald-mail.com CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Depending on which of three sets of numbers one accepts, the student population of the Chambersburg Area School District will rise from its current 8,070 to around 8,500 or 9,225 by 2010. The lower end of the projections, based on either an analysis of new housing starts or U.S. Census Bureau data, are almost identical, while the high end is the estimate of the Pennsylvania Department of Education, according to figures supplied by Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates, the Mechanicsburg, Pa., architectural firm working with the district's facilities advisory task force.
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By KATE S. ALEXANDER | September 9, 2009
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- After days of watching doctors test her son for signs of life, Angela Lanciano Moreno buried him in a private ceremony Tuesday in Pendleton County, W.Va. Christian Lanciano, 22, was hospitalized at WVU Hospitals-East in Martinsburg in late August after doctors resuscitated him from a heroin overdose. He died Monday. "Losing Christian has put such an emptiness in all of us," Moreno said Wednesday. "He was an awesome person. " Moreno, a resident of Gerrardstown, W.Va.
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