For most of us (those who must prepare for a houseful of guests being an exception), Thanksgiving is a day in which to rest, relax and be happy, and a time to at least think of home — if we aren’t able to go there.
It’s best for your child, and you should do it
Let’s get to the point. So what is the deal, Moms? One of the three most common reasons a mom does not want to breast feed her child is because of the fear of nursing in public.
From my research, Allegany County is breast-feeding in public-friendly. So why are the numbers of nursing moms so low in Allegany County?
If you like the Nativity and tree, please help to support them
Our small committee is now in its fourth season of keeping-alive the old Cumberland tradition of observing the meaning of Christmas by displaying the Nativity scene and lighted Christmas trees on the site of old Fort Cumberland on the hill at Washington and Greene streets.
Commissioners fail in their duty to the poor
Having read the Times-News article of Nov. 7, entitled, “Food stamp cuts expected to hit home,” I learned that 15,260 individuals in Allegany County or 20 percent of the county’s entire population are on food stamps and their benefit is being reduced by the federal government.
Hanukkah, Thanksgiving arrive together for the first time ever
The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah begins this year at sundown on the 27th day of November.
Don’t cut other services to meet educators’ demands
Recent articles in the Times-News have dealt with the school situation in Garrett County and some impending closures.
The education association is singing the same old tune: Education must be a priority.
Dave Yates rolls 787
Dave Yates again led area bowlers with a 787 series at the Bowler which featured a high game of 280. Troy Cubbage fired 767 at White Oaks, and Bobby Lannon and Todd Simpson shot matching 757 sets while Tyler Mansfield had 755 at Rainbow. Chad Gable shot 740 featuring a 290 game on the “shark” pattern in the PBA League at White Oaks.
Odds not good
Chances are somewhere between slim and slimmest that Maryland’s Republican lawmakers will be able to get any of their legislative agenda passed this coming year — but they should have fun trying.
Here’s why we should have a whitewater park
The following is a summative list of my Top 10 reasons for building a whitewater park in Cumberland.
Who are these people, and is what they are telling us true?
The Times-News regularly publishes letters “supposedly” written by Gerald Bernstein and Calvin Cowan.
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