— Paul and Charlotte Lapp plant and water flowers at a sign marking the North End of Cumberland on Thursday. The couple have been taking care of the garden for the past 10 years. The flowers were donated by Ed Mullaney as part of the Let’s Beautify Cumberland! program.
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Gardeners overcome chaotic weather to put on colorful fair flower exhibit
In keeping with the spirit of Oliver Wendell Holmes, the exhibit hall at the Mineral County Fairgrounds was filled with colorful flowers, including African violets, lilies and marigolds despite the chaotic weather.
Three area schools remain without fiber connection
The Allegany County Board of Education, with three of its schools still without fiber optic cable, continues to move forward with an effort to extend the high-capacity lines to all 22 county schools.
Hyndman youth hopes to net tennis court funds
One of the many unique aspects of the HOPE for Hyndman Charter School is the integration between the students and the community.
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3 sites make shortlist for new FBI headquarters
WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government has named three sites as finalists for the new FBI headquarters — two in suburban Maryland and one in northern Virginia.
Man charged for urinating on Art Modell's grave
BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore County authorities say they will charge a man with disorderly conduct in a cemetery for allegedly urinating on the gravesite of former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell.
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