Carl “Buck” Belt Jr., an Allegany High School graduate of 1964, was inducted into the the school’s Hall of Honor Friday during halftime of the Campers’ football game against Mountain Ridge at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Belt, owner and operator of local construction firm The Belt Group, was honored for lifetime achievements and generosity to the community.
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With the wind chill falling to almost minus 40, Steve Hendershot’s mind was elsewhere Thursday as he and his crew of roustabouts worked an oil well in North Dakota’s booming oil patch.
On palm trees and beaches, in fact.
Clarysville fire chief allegedly misused funds
Another Allegany County volunteer fire department is facing difficulties.
Hunter Douglas adding 250 workers by summer
The Hunter Douglas fabrication plant in the North Branch Industrial Park will add 250 jobs by July as the window fashion manufacturer gears up to meet the demands of customers for its products.
Telecommunications company expanding Frostburg workforce
Hamilton Relay, a leading telecommunications relay and captioned telephone services provider, announced Thursday that it is expanding its workforce at its Frostburg center.
Nelson Mandela, former South African president, anti-apartheid leader, dies at 95
Nelson Mandela was a master of forgiveness.
South Africa’s first black president spent nearly a third of his life as a prisoner of apartheid, yet he sought to win over its defeated guardians in a relatively peaceful transition of power that inspired the world.
Casino funds may go to scholarships
Allegany County commissioners plan to use new revenue coming to the county from slots operations at Rocky Gap Casino & Resort to fund a number of initiatives.
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Museum asks for delegation support on $2.75 million funding request
Officials with the Allegany Museum met with the District 1 legislative delegation Wednesday to seek support for a $2.75 million request for state funding to renovate the Pershing Street museum.
Ridgeley officials want public input on community center
The Ridgeley Town Council is asking the community to band together and form a committee to brainstorm ideas on how to make the community center financially viable so the doors can remain open.
Ag chief touts farm efforts in bay cleanup
Farmers have significantly reduced the flow of pollutants into the Chesapeake Bay, with new conservation practices keeping more than 15 million tons of sediment alone out of the estuary, a report released Thursday said.
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