A 130-year-old courthouse in St. Albans, Vt., finally has a name. The building is now known as the Percival Shangraw Court House, named after a former state Supreme Court justice who presided locally and beyond. Shangraw, called both “Percy” and “Shang,” died in 1988. In addition to the state Supreme Court, he served as a municipal judge, superior judge and chief superior judge. Kelly Gosselin, an assistant judge, said besides his work, Shangraw was known for his sense of humor and practical jokes, which included calling fellow judges while pretending to represent the IRS. From The Associated Press.