10 Years Ago
Cove Cops Back Text Law
December 2, 2021
Herald of Dec. 1, 2011
Cove Police supported a law that identified texting while driving as a primary offense. The fine for texting while driving was $50, but with costs added, the total would come to $135.50. Officers wanted to convey the message that there is no text worth a human life, and drivers should pull over when texting.
The Martinsburg Municipal Authority’s longtime chairman Robert. M. Greenleaf stepped down after holding the position for close to 20 years. Vice Chairman Jeff Garner was set to assume the chairmanship at the January meeting.
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