Friday, December 13th, 2013
A classic case of a “zombie liquor license”? - Baltimore Brew
— A classic case of a “zombie liquor license”? Baltimore Brew Asked about the Martick's case in particular, Liquor Board Chairman Stephan W. Fogleman declined yesterday to get into the specifics “of a particular case from a month ago on the level of counting the days,” but discussed the general issue of “hardship ...
New town officers take their post - Blowing Rocket
— New town officers take their post Blowing Rocket Town manager Scott Fogleman previously worked with Segal when he worked for the town of Cary and said that Segal's work saved that municipality money. The town council voted to put on hold a rezoning process that would rezone a 0.22-acre site on ... and more »
Written by Steve Frank - Go Blue Ridge
— Go Blue Ridge Written by Steve Frank Go Blue Ridge ... our needs before we start to put a cloud—as commissioner Phillips has said—on homes of all these people in Green Hill.” Town manager Scott Fogleman told the board the earliest any serious movement would come on the location would be early summer.
New details released in Musella child cruelty case - Macon Telegraph (blog)
— Macon Telegraph (blog) New details released in Musella child cruelty case Macon Telegraph (blog) Crawford County sheriff's investigators have determined that a 3-year-old Musella boy was not bitten by a dog, but was a victim of negligence. The child's uncle, 18-year-old Mark William Fogleman , was arrested Thanksgiving Day on a charge of cruelty to ...
Musella siblings accused of child cruelty - Macon Telegraph (blog)
— Macon Telegraph (blog) Musella siblings accused of child cruelty Macon Telegraph (blog) A Crawford County brother and sister posted $25,000 bonds in a child cruelty case involving her 3-year-old boy. Mark William Fogleman , 18, was arrested Thanksgiving Day, and 22-year-old Sarah Fogleman was arrested Tuesday, according to a news ... Brother, sister charged with cruelty to children by negligence 13WMAZ all 4 news articles »
Lenoir-Rhyne's Anderson selected to elite academic football team - Hickory Daily Record
— Lenoir-Rhyne's Anderson selected to elite academic football team Hickory Daily Record Record Sports Correspondent Paul Fogleman finished third (120-30, 80 percent), retired head coach Tom Brown was fourth (117-33, 78 percent) and the guest pickers were a combined 115-35 (76.6 percent). Haynes had a three-game lead over Hobbs and ... and more »
Copyright © 2004–2018 John Fogleman. All Rights Reserved.