Craig Schlottmann, back row center left, president of the Cresaptown Eagles, presents a certificate to Bill Craig, commandant of Mountainside Marines 1071 at the Cresaptown Eagles club on Tuesday during a reception held in honor of U.S. Marine Corps Master Sgt. William S. “Bull” Evans. Also shown, from left front, are Tommy Barton, Cresaptown Eagles; Ray Cook, Mountainside Marines; Lenny Emerick Jr., vice commandant, Mountainside Marines; and Paul Lease, Mountainside Marines. Back row, Ernie Lowery, Mountainside Marines; Schlottmann; Craig; Paul Lapp Sr., vice commandant, Mountainside Marines; and Jeff Robinette, Mountainside Marines. Evans, a Cresaptown native, was a decorated World War II and Korean War veteran. A section of U.S. Route 220 has been dedicated to the military hero.
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House approves minimum wage hike
The Maryland House of Delegates voted Friday to phase in an increase in the state’s minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 by 2017.
W.Va. Senate passes $1.50 increase
The West Virginia Senate has passed a bill to raise the minimum wage by $1.50 over three years.
Employees speak out against Deaf and Blind school
Eleven child care workers at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are upset, saying their jobs are in jeopardy due to their education.
Two left homeless after Flintstone house fire
An electrical failure of a wall outlet was cited as the cause of Thursday’s fire that destroyed a residence at 21927 National Pike and left two people homeless, according to the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office.
Riverside Design Services
FORT ASHBY, W.Va. — Ed Shifflett said the key to the continued success of his company, Riverside Design Services, is attention to detail.
Rocky Gap revenue up for February
A week before the parent company of Rocky Gap Casino Resort releases earning results for 2013, state regulators say the resort continues to rake in revenue from slots and table games.
Off-duty firefighter aids in department’s quick response
An alert, off-duty city firefighter was credited Thursday for aiding the Cumberland Fire Department in its quick response to a reported structure fire in the North End of the city.
Del McCoury and family perform during benefit for new animal shelter
Del McCoury and his musical family spent the day in Cumberland on Thursday to do a round of advance media publicity for this year’s 7th annual DelFest and to perform at a benefit to raise funds for a new Allegany Animal Shelter.
Protective order bill clears House with unanimous vote
A bill that would make it easier for abuse victims to obtain protective orders cleared the House of Delegates with a unanimous vote on Thursday.
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