The Jones family attorney, Sherman Lambert, said a representative from the city of Martinsburg, Travelers insurance company and both of Wayne Jones' brothers, Bobby and Bruce, will be at the proceeding to negotiate a settlement.
Within the last year, Front Royal and Warren County have had a number of flooding incidences, so it might come as a surprise that the town's water treatment plant is reporting below average water levels on the South Fork of the Shenandoah River.
There’s an addition to the move over Law in Maryland, and it's aimed at protecting tow truck operators. Drivers will now have to move into an open lane away from tow trucks responding to roadside emergencies, or slow to a reasonable speed that is safe.
"It was kind of frustrating because I've been wanting to meet the man and say thank you because if it wouldn't have been for him, I wouldn't have been to do a lot of things in my life," said Czyzewski.
The Waynesboro Police Department is actively searching for an inmate who escaped around 5 p.m. Monday.
Police say Jeffery Moore Jr. was taken into custody yesterday for an outstanding arrest warrant issued in Virginia.
Starting in October, all Maryland purchases on Amazon's website will be subject to the state's six percent sales tax. The change is due to Amazon's decision to open a fulfillment center this coming spring in Southeast Baltimore.