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W.Va. high court yanks politico’s law license
Calling his conduct reprehensible, West Virginia’s Supreme Court stripped a veteran lawyer and frequent political candidate of his license Monday after he had someone involuntarily committed on mental health allegations later deemed untrue.
Environmental program said success
The first year of the Allegany County Collaboration for Environmental Literacy in public schools has been deemed a success by the school system.
Man hurt at Camden Yards moves to rehab facility
A Maryland man hurt in a fight during a Baltimore Orioles game last month has moved to a rehab facility, and his lawyers said Monday they are looking for anyone who may have witnessed the exchange.
Man accused in W.Va. sheriff’s slaying denied bail
A West Virginia man accused of gunning down Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum unsuccessfully sought pretrial release Monday, with defense lawyers arguing he is not a threat to the public because evidence suggests the killing was not random.
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U.S. government both open and closed at same time
It’s as if the United States has two governments, one open and one very much not. President Barack Obama leads both, trying not to butt heads with himself.
Lonaconing native retiring after court career spanning nearly four decades
For the past three and a half decades, Wayne Dee George has spent most of his days in court — working as a skilled, professional employee in the Maryland court system.
Hospitals release information for safety report
Maryland hospitals had fewer reports of serious adverse events in fiscal 2012 compared to the year before but an increase in suicides, according to the Office of Health Care Quality in Baltimore’s annual Hospital Patient Safety Report.
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