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Snow, sleet, freezing rain coat tri-state region
Tri-state area residents got a taste of an early winter Sunday when snow, sleet and freezing rain made for slippery travel.
Senior housing facility manager to retire
After 27 years of employment at the Cumberland Arms, Dellann Campbell-Fultz, manager of the Liberty Street senior housing facility, will be retiring effective Dec. 31.
Stafford ending 37-year career in District Court
Kathy Stafford, administrative clerk for District Court of Maryland District 12 since 1986, has announced her retirement following her career of more than 37 years of service in the district court system.
Frostburg man who admitted robbing Short Gap bank now in West Virginia jail
Frostburg man who turned
himself into Maryland
authorities for the robbery
of the First Peoples Community
Union in Short Gap is now
in a West Virginia jail.
South Africans sing, dance, cry for Nelson Mandela
Themba Radebe spun slowly in a circle.
First he pointed his cellphone camera at a group of children chanting Nelson Mandela’s name as they waved posters of the anti-apartheid champion. Then pivoting to his right, Radebe aimed his camera at a swaying group of adults who sang in Zulu while rocking and clapping.
Foul-mouthed county employee placed on leave
A man who said he’s planning to run for county commission was cut off during the public comment period of Thursday’s Allegany County Commission meeting after twice using variations of the “F” word.
Another Allegany County volunteer fire department is facing difficulties
Another Allegany County volunteer fire department is facing difficulties.
Commission seeks help from delegation
Allegany County commissioners on Wednesday offered their top legislative priorities for 2014 to members of the delegation that represents the county in the Maryland General Assembly.
City offers $300,000 to purchase East Side School if demolition grant secured
An announcement was made Tuesday during the regular meeting of the mayor and City Council that the city is making an offer of $300,000 to purchase the former East Side School, located on Reynolds Street, if the city can secure a grant to demolish the structure.
Craig Morgan, Uncle Kracker to headline 2014 Allegany County fair
Concerts have been booked for the 2014 Allegany County Fair with Craig Morgan to perform July 14 and Uncle Kracker on July 15. Both concerts are scheduled at 7:30 p.m.
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