Slideshow: Operation Takedown
The Cumberland Safe Streets Program is conducting a second warrant Initiative to be conducted in combination with citizen cooperation. The Operation Safe Streets Initiative begins now. If you have any information on the whereabouts of any of these individuals please contact the Cumberland Police Department at 301-777-1600, the Allegany County Sheriff’s Office at 301-777-5959 or 301-777-1585, the Maryland State Police 301-729-2101 or Allegany & Mineral Counties Crime Solvers 301-722-4300/Toll Free 1-877-722-4307. The Cumberland Police Department’s Safe Streets Team thanks you in advance for your assistance.
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43-year-old receives prison time for molesting his niece
CUMBERLAND — A 43-year-old city man was sentenced Wednesday to a 10-year prison term for the sexual assault of a 5-year-old girl, according to the Office of the State’s Attorney for Allegany County.
- House of cards
- Green Spring man sentenced to 40 years for toddler’s death
- 900-acre Bear Den wildfire 70 percent contained
- System to provide firefighters quick access could be required in new Mineral businesses
- Puff & Stuff owners agree to settlement over claims they sold synthetic drugs
- 43-year-old receives prison time for molesting his niece
Trenton Eirich, who ranks eighth in career points and fourth in career three-point goals at Allegany and led the Campers to 60 wins and nine championships in his three years as a starter, was voted the Cumberland Times-News Boys Basketball Player of the Year by area head coaches.
Eirich voted Player of Year
CUMBERLAND — Trenton Eirich, who led Allegany to one of the most successful three-year runs in school history and finished among the all-time leaders in multiple categories in the storied boys basketball program at the Sedgwick Street school, has had his name added to another pretty prestigious list.
- Sivic’s grand slam powers Allegany past Northern
- Petersburg outlasts Pendleton
- Sports Roundup - 04/24
- Georgius leads FSU over No. 23 Marietta
- PSC sweeps Westmoreland
- Eirich voted Player of Year
- Sports Poll
Walk along Frostburg’s Main Street in the spring and summer and one can’t miss the beautiful floral arrangements that adorn the lampposts.
- President and Obamacare: Who needs Congress?
- Sweet Success Business Forum this evening in Frostburg
- First base
- You can help United Way reach its goal
- Support Canal classrooms with tax-deductible gift
- Street flowers
- What do you think?
Yates fires 804
Derek Yates led all scoring for the week ending March 28 with an 804 series featuring a 290 game at Rainbow Lanes.
Bobby Benton actually came in second and third for the week with a 748 on the House pattern at White Oaks and 742 on the USBC Open pattern in the Sport league. Steve Ravenscroft had a nice 740 at Rainbow and Darren Durbin and Teddy Inman rounded out the scoring with 737s apiece at White Oaks.
- Restore them
- Happy Easter
- Odds are good that you didn’t know this
- Trivial questions you don’t have to answer
- Yates fires 804