Ollie Allen, 3, helps his father, Phil, clean off the sidewalk in front of their Fayette Street home in Cumberland on Saturday. Many area residents took to the outdoors to clear snow that fell on Friday.
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W.Va. health exchange enrollment lagging
West Virginia continues to lag behind the rest of the country in the number of younger people enrolled in health insurance through the federal marketplace.
County United Way short of $500,000 goal
Each hour of every day, United Way agencies help people in need.
Funding alternatives sought for Keyser library
Keyser Councilman Terry Liller wants the Mineral County Commission to form a committee to find alternative funding sources for the Mineral County Public Library.
Garrett County planners hold off on special exemption request
The Garrett County Planning Commission voted unanimously last week to table a discussion regarding a text amendment to the Deep Creek Watershed Zoning ordinance to include broader use of special exceptions within the watershed for recreational uses.
City officials to be guest bartenders
Mayor Brian Grim and all four members of Cumberland’s City Council will act as guest bartenders March 15 as part of the festivities for the St. Patty’s Day Hooley and Pub Crawl.
Gansler talks jobs during Western Maryland tour
Douglas Gansler, Maryland attorney general and candidate for governor, visited Cumberland on Monday during a swing through Western Maryland promoting his new 30-point jobs program.
Lonaconing health initiative starts with weigh-in Thursday
Mayor Jack Coburn and town council members are taking part in the town’s Spring Healthy Challenge that kicks off with a weigh-in of participants Thursday at Lonaconing Town Hall.
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W.Va. lawmakers finalizing budget that taps reserves
West Virginia lawmakers are ironing out kinks in an election-year budget that avoids tax hikes and gives public workers raises.
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