RIDGELEY, W.Va. — Mineral Street from Potomac Street to Blocker Street will be closed Wednesday beginning at 7 a.m. for repair work by the drain, according to the town of Ridgeley.
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Canal Place basin water level drops due to leak
During recent meetings of the Canal Place Preservation & Development Authority, officials with the National Park Service disclosed that the Canal Basin, the water filled attraction at Canal Place, is leaking.
State DVA to make changes after audit
A legislative audit released Dec. 12 found several problems at the state Department of Veterans Affairs.
Mineral County board postpones discussion of Catamount Center
A discussion and possible action on letting Catamount Children’s Center move into the current pre-K/Head Start building once the students relocate was removed from the agenda during Tuesday’s Mineral County Board of Eduction meeting.
County retirees could get new health care options
The current health plans available for Allegany County retirees just aren’t that good, and many retirees go it on their own, so the county is looking to improve the plan and save the county money at the same time, county officials said.
City to ring in new year with a bang
Fireworks will be a part of the New Year’s Eve ball drop in downtown Cumberland, an addition that Councilwoman Nicole Wagoner calls a new tradition.
Frankfort Intermediate School students participate in a food drive in conjunction with the most recent Dragon Club reward activity.
Presents for Paws Saturday at county animal shelter
The Allegany County Animal Shelter will hold an open house Dec. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for local families to come out with gifts of animal food, toys, pet care items, blankets, towels, straw, bleach and cleaning supplies.
State health site lacking info on kids dental coverage, advocates say
Oral health advocates say Maryland’s health insurance exchange and insurance providers are not doing enough to inform consumers about children’s dental benefits guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act.
Panel: Cap Md. budget growth to 4 percent
A Maryland legislative panel on Wednesday recommended that budget spending be capped at 4 percent growth for the next fiscal year.
School Christmas programs Thursday
Westmar Middle School’s Christmas program, originally scheduled for Dec. 17, has been rescheduled for Dec. 19 at 5 p.m. in the school’s auditorium.
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