For a few days each March, some of America’s best high school basketball teams — and some of its best players — come here for the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament that opens today at Frostburg State University.
Negative comments about NBCI unwarranted
“Old wardens never die, they just fade away.” This was my objective until Mr. Webb’s letter in the Cumberland Times-News on March 9 (Executive Director Wayne Webb of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services North Region: “Goal: Make NBCI most secure Md. maximum security prison).
Maryland citizens should join fight against ‘Bathroom Bill’
Citizens of Western Maryland need to voice their concerns against the “Bathroom Bill” in Annapolis — a code name for “Fairness for All Marylanders Act of 2014”
Which of these stories was more important to the readers?
The Times-News needs to learn how to prioritize the news.
Everyone talks about jobs, but nobody does anything about them.
Forgive our cynicism, but with another gubernatorial election season upon us, every candidate in the field will be telling Western Marylanders how they plan to create jobs the next four years — and everyone of them is unlikely to deliver.
It helps us
There are thousands of people in our community depending on the success of the Allegany County United Way campaign. As of today, the agency is $130,000 short of its goal to raise $500,000.
Tea Party Caucus candidate forum scheduled March 16
Last month I was pleased to announce my election as president of the Allegany County Conservative TEA Party Caucus and my desire to set “brush fires of freedom in the minds of men.”
GOP runs Supreme Court and House, but Obama’s a dictator?
Here we are in the sixth year of President Obama’s tenure and the hatred of him is still as intense as ever.
Maryland legislators have an opportunity to make sure the privacy rights of innocent citizens are not violated. A package of four bills is aimed at limiting law enforcement officials’ ability to electronically monitor citizens.
Daylight Saving Time is now in effect, and if you haven’t already set your clock ahead one hour, you’re behind the 8-ball.
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