Officially opening the 43rd annual Western Maryland Home Show Friday at the Allegany County Fairgrounds Multipurpose Building with a ceremonial board cutting, from the left, are David Kauffman, Cumberland City Council; Bette Cage, Chessie Federal Credit Union mortgage supevisor; Steve Langan, president of Anchor Homes; Bill Valentine, Allegany County commissioner; Miss Mountain City Lindsay Hanna; City Councilman Nick Scarpelli; Randy George, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen, president of the board of the Western Maryland Homebuilders Association and show co-chairman; Debbie Grimm, executive officer of the association; Pam McCusker, show co-chairwoman and member of the board of directors of the association; and Mike Hershberger, outside sales at 84 Lumber, LaVale. The show, featuring a variety of vendors, will continue today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Garrett County pre-K providers to receive $42,000 in grants
Garrett County providers will receive $442,000 in grants as part of Maryland’s Prekindergarten Expansion Act of 2014.
The Garrett County Community Action Committee Inc. received $112,000 to open up an additional or new pre-K in the southern end of the county and $330,00 to add two elementary schools, Grantsville and Friendsville, to the Judy Center, according to Duane Yoder, president of GCCAC.
- Trapping instruction scheduled
- Learn to hunt small game
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No injuries in house fire in Keyser
No one was injured in an attic fire that occurred in a double house located on 202 Argyle Street at 9:20 a.m. today, according to the Mineral County 911 center.
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