Frostburg liquor license suspended
CUMBERLAND — A disturbance and underage consumption of alcohol has led to a 15-day liquor license suspension and $500 fine for the Wild Things tavern at 113 E. Main St., Frostburg. The suspension begins today, Allegany County Board of License Commissioners officials said.
The liquor board met with Wild Things ownership during a board meeting Tuesday.
Three people were issued with criminal citations when Frostburg Police and allied agencies responded to a disturbance complaint at the tavern early on April 19. Frostburg police officials have said they’ve had numerous complaints about the tavern.
Police said that a large fight call at the Wild Things on April 11 was handled by Frostburg Police, who required assistance of Maryland State Police, the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office and the Frostburg State University Campus Police Department.
Open house at Rocky Gap resort
ROCKY GAP — The Rocky Gap Casino Resort will hold an open house Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in which players can sign up for the Rocky Gap Rewards Club and see the renovated hotel lobby.
The casino, which could open as early as May 22, will not be open for Saturday’s event.
Glendale Road work to continue
MCHENRY — Work on installing a water line on Glendale Road is expected to continue through May 24.
The road, including Glendale Bridge, will be closed to through traffic weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Daily updates will be posted on the Garrett County Department of Public Utilities website at www.co.garrett.md.us/public-utilities.
Questions may be directed to 301-334-6983.
Frostburg liquor license suspended
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