Crews with the City of Cumberland Street and Water departments work to remove a Norway Spruce tree from the home of Janis Johnson and family on Haddon Avenue in Cumberland on Wednesday. The Johnson family has donated the tree to the city for the Annual Town Centre Tree Lighting Ceremony, to be held in downtown Cumberland on Nov. 23 at 7 p.m.
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Sewer project forcing slight rate hike
Allegany County commissioners have little choice but to consider rate increases to pay for state-mandated upgrades to the Braddock Run Sanitary District sewer plant.
CHCO reviews achievements as 30th anniversary year draws to end
Cumberland Historic Cemetery
wrapping up its 30th
Cumberland Valley Township loses champion of history with death of Paul F. Crawford Sr.
the Cumberland Valley Township Historical
Society plans to have a brick
placed in memory of Paul F. Crawford
Sr. at the Forbes Road 250th Anniversary
Monument at The Squares in Bedford,
Officials propose wind farm at Deep Creek Lake
Messenger Limited Partnership has requested the Garrett County Planning Commission to amend the Deep Creek watershed zoning ordinance to allow a wind farm in the rural resource zoning district.
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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.
Gordon Gee returning to WVU as interim president
Gordon Gee is returning to
West Virginia University as interim president, five
months after retiring from Ohio State University after
remarks he made jabbing Roman
Catholics and Southeastern Conference
schools were made public.
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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.
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