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  • By John Austin | CNHI News

Speaking by phone as he drove through the city, senior officer Travis Pace, a police department spokesman, said that while “we understand” that residents want to return home, “if they’ve got a place to stay and it’s comfortable” elsewhere, delaying a return might be a good idea since they may not have power.

  • For the Cumberland Times-News

CUMBERLAND — The arrival of spring typically signals the beginning of outdoor projects — everything from installing a mailbox or planting a tr…

  • For the Cumberland Times-News

CUMBERLAND —  Record cold temperatures and power interruptions are predicted for the winter months ahead throughout the United States, making …