John Robinett of Mount Savage puts finishing touches on the O. Delbert Proudfoot marble rings at Cumberland’s Constitution Park. Robinett, whose son Brandon has been the city marbles champion for the past three years, re-poured two of the concrete pads and repainted all three rings. He made arrangements with the city Parks and Recreation Department to volunteer to complete the work and had the paint donated by Valspar. Brandon Robinett will return to the rings when the boys compete May 21. The girls are scheduled to begin the city tournament the day before.
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Snow, sleet, freezing rain coat tri-state region
Tri-state area residents got a taste of an early winter Sunday when snow, sleet and freezing rain made for slippery travel.
Insurance agents feel left out of federal health plan
When insurance agent Kelly Fristoe recently spent 30 minutes helping a client pick a mid-level health plan and the federal marketplace website froze, he called the government’s hotline and tried to finish the application.
Senior housing facility manager to retire
After 27 years of employment at the Cumberland Arms, Dellann Campbell-Fultz, manager of the Liberty Street senior housing facility, will be retiring effective Dec. 31.
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Fire damages apartment complex on Central Avenue
Six people were displaced when fire broke out just before midnight Saturday in a three-unit apartment complex on Central Avenue, according to fire officials.
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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.
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.
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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.
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