Bob Candy, owner of the Tri-State Zoological Park, holds Western Maryland Murray Saturday morning after the local groundhog saw its shadow during a ceremony downtown. Groundhog Day tradition dictates six more weeks of winter weather. Leading the festivities were Cumberland Mayor Brian Grim, and Hagerstown Mayor David Gysberts. Woodchucks elsewhere did not see their shadows, meaning an early spring in those areas. See Page 1B.
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