May 15, 2013 RSS feed / Police & Safety

Parking struggles continue

Town of Bath officials still seem to be at odds with local businesses over enforcement of metered parking locally, from recent opposition. More...

Morgan County Sheriff’s Report

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Chief Deputy Wade Shambaugh reports the following calls, investigations and reports this past week: May 5 Arrest of Jonathan E. Saban, 32, obstructing. Three vehicle crash, Valley Road, no injuries. Domestic dispute, Luther Michael Road, verbal. More...

Retired school employees meet

The Morgan County Association of Retired School Employees had their April 16 meeting at Greenwood Elementary School with 30 members present for lunch. After a short business meeting a program was presented by the students. More...

Disabilities Training program

The WV Developmental Disabilities Council is currently accepting applications for the 2013 Partners in Policymaking (PIP) Class. More...

SHERIFF’S BRIEF

MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

Last year as the Vice President of the West Virginia Sheriff’s Association we worked hard for and passed legislation at Charleston outlawing the use of cellular phones while operating a motor vehicle. More...

Magistrates Report

Recent sentences from Magistrate Kermit Ambrose: Randy Junior Michael, 46, of Hunter’s Camp Road, Great Cacapon, was sentenced to 120 days in jail and $382 in costs for domestic battery and obstructing an officer. More...

Tri-State can seek funds for patient education Tree planting ceremony

Tri-State Community Health Clinic in Hancock is one of 16 clinics in the state of Maryland that’s eligible to apply for extra funding to help local patients understand and enroll in new programs under the Affordable Care Act. More...

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