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Downtown Holiday Inn becomes Ramada Inn
For now, it’s just a name change. There’s a new Ramada Inn in downtown Cumberland, which is the former Holiday Inn on South George Street.
Craig Morgan, Uncle Kracker to headline 2014 Allegany County fair
Concerts have been booked for the 2014 Allegany County Fair with Craig Morgan to perform July 14 and Uncle Kracker on July 15. Both concerts are scheduled at 7:30 p.m.
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West Virginia ag commissioner to propose deer farm legislation
Deer farming would have a huge impact on the West Virginia economy, said Department of Agriculture Commissioner Walt Helmick.
Garrett school board to meet Tuesday
The Garrett County Board of Education will hear an Advisory and School Consolidation Committee update during its regular monthly meeting Dec. 10 in the Southern High School cafeteria.
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City man pleads guilty to killing Lisa Simmons
Stephen George Schleuniger is awaiting sentencing after he pleaded guilty Tuesday in Allegany County Circuit Court to the death of 43-year-old Lisa Ann Simmons at the couple’s Browning Street residence Sept. 5.
Scarpelli wants city to fund $80K to Canal Place
Cumberland Councilman Nick Scarpelli asked Mayor Brian Grim and other council members Tuesday to begin discussions that Scarpelli hopes will lead to establishing $80,000 in funding to assist financially troubled Canal Place.
Allegany Museum to host state sports history exhibit in 2015
The Allegany Museum will play host to a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition on Maryland sports history in 2015. The museum was one of five host venues chosen by the Maryland Humanities Council for the exhibit called Hometown Teams.
First phase of WVSDB rebuild estimated to cost $20 million
Detailed plans for the first phase of construction for the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind was shared with the Romney City Council on Monday evening.
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