Wednesday May 8
No' vote doesn't mean anti-police
One of the most commonly used arguments by politicians not to cut spending is "We will not have enough to pay our first responders," making us believe that even the smallest cuts will result in lawless streets with nary an officer in sight, ambulances that cease to operate and homes burning to the ground as the fire engines will run out of gas ... (more)
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Around the State
A prosecutor says a man accused of killing a West Virginia sheriff bought several guns - not just one - after he had been determined legally ineligible to own them.
Boydville resides with new owner
The deal has been struck, the ink dried and the deed to the historic Boydville property handed over to its new owners.
Sale of historic Martinsburg estate completed
The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown, Md., reports that the Berkeley County Farmland Protection Board completed the sale of Boydville to Jonathan and Megan Mann earlier this month.