Prominent Virginia Judge Overturns Verdict for Ex-LCPS Superintendent Scott Ziegler, Turning Tables on Controversial Case

LEESBURG, Va. – In an unexpected turn of events, a Virginia judge has decided to set aside the guilty verdict against Scott Ziegler, the former superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS). The decision came as a surprise to many, as Ziegler had been found guilty on charges of embezzlement and money laundering just a few months ago. This latest development marks a significant shift in the case that has garnered significant attention throughout the community. Ziegler, who had been accused of misappropriating funds during his time as superintendent, faced a potential prison sentence if … Read more

Judy Huth Awarded Landmark Damages in Bill Cosby Case: A Turning Point for Survivors and Accountability

Los Angeles, California – In a groundbreaking decision that reverberates throughout the entertainment industry, Judy Huth has been awarded $500,000 in damages, marking a significant moment in the ongoing accusations against Bill Cosby. Huth’s testimony, which detailed a coerced sexual act at the Playboy Mansion when she was just 16, has led to a jury ruling in her favor, shedding light on the lasting impact of Cosby’s actions on his victims. During the trial, Huth bravely shared the disturbing details of her encounter with Cosby when she was a minor. Her vivid account of the … Read more

Turning Back Time: A Look at the Newsmakers of 1984 in Pulaski County

SOMERSET, Ky. – January marks the beginning of a new month and a new year, but let’s turn back the pages of the calendar to 1984 for a moment. It’s fascinating to see how many figures from that year are still influential members of our community today. Familiar names such as Venters, Cain, and Godsey continue to make an impact. One notable article from 1984 predicted the rise of home computer ownership and electronic shopping and bill paying. At the time, these ideas may have seemed far-fetched, but today, they are part of our everyday … Read more