4 indicted for NJ to W.Va. oxycodone distribution - NBC40.net
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - A New Jersey man and three West Virginia residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with a prescription painkiller distribution ring.
Four indicted for N.J. to W.Va. oxycodone distribution
The Associated Press MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - A New Jersey man and three West Virginia residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with a prescription painkiller distribution ring. United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II, announced the indictment Thursday against 31-year-old Matthew L. Cordero of Vineland, New Jersey; 34-year-old Jonathan Paul Calain of Elkins, West ...
Bradley Stone, troubled vet and gunman, was denied additional claims by VA before murders
A former Marine who killed six family members and himself this week had been denied claims for new benefits by the Department of Veterans Affairs, including a claim for traumatic brain injury. Bradley Stone's claims for 17 different medical conditions were rejected under the VA's "surge" program aimed at clearing ...
4 indicted for NJ to W.Va. oxycodone distribution
A New Jersey man and three West Virginia residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with a prescription painkiller distribution ring.
Rhode Island, New Jersey and Virginia High School Scientists Win Regional Siemens Competition at Georgia Institute of ...
Months of dedication and hard work in science, technology, engineering and mathematics paid off tonight for four students named National Finalists in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology, the nation?s premier research competition for high school students.
Congress defended FedBid, the disgraced contractor ousted by the VA
FedBid, the politically connected contractor ousted by the VA, has benefited from a cadre of congressional allies who stepped in to defend the company and pressure the department to keep using its services, even as a top procurement officer was warning against it. Then-Rep. Robert E. Andrews was among those ...
Freeholders support Veteran Affairs clinic
Photo by Daniel Freel/New Jersey Herald - Sussex County Freeholder Phil Crabb, left, shakes hands with John Harrigan, who originated the idea for a veteran?s cemetery in Sussex County, following Wednesday?s meeting.
Burglar looks right into surveillance camera during Chesterfield break-in
Police are looking for two men who broke into Jersey Mikes.
Va. LGBT Community Responds to 'Ex-Gay' Billboard: 'We Are All Born to Love'
The latest development stemming from a Richmond billboard that proclaimed 'no one is born gay' has a much more accepting message. read more
Donald Vanarelli, Esq. Announces December Public Appearances
Donald Vanarelli is scheduled to be a speaker at two notable upcoming events this December. As an advocate and active member of NELA, Mr. Vanarelli regularly leads discussions educating individuals on ...