— Western Correctional Institution inmate Hazard Wilson sews a pillowcase that will be donated to children’s cancer hospitals as Assistant Warden Harry Murphy and Cindy Kerr overlook his work in Cresaptown on Friday. Kerr of the ConKerr Cancer Foundation was visiting WCI to collect 2,000 inmate-made pillowcases. The project was an outgrowth of Murphy’s own cancer battle and his effort to do something for the children who were an inspiration to him.
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Ashleigh Clise, left, cut 12 inches of her hair and donated it to Locks of Love in honor of Haley House, who is being treated for brain cancer.
MVA employees support Haley House
CUMBERLAND — Employees at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration have been supporting Haley House, a local 8-year-old girl who is fighting brain cancer. She is the daughter of Jen and Buddy House and was first diagnosed in January 2013.
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- With hopes of spicing up economy, Mineral officials courting hot sauce maker
- Frankfort Middle math teacher named county’s best
- Behavior fuels questions in Virginia killings
- Delegation recaps General Assembly session
- MVA employees support Haley House
Mountain Ridge’s Kayla Stickley celebrates as she rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run in the seventh inning against the Allegany Campers at Carl Belt Field. The homer gave the Miners a 2-0 lead and that was the eventual final score.
Miller, Mtn. Ridge shut out Alco, 2-0
- George no-hits Frankfort
- ACM whips Wesleyan JVs twice
- Potomac splits with Frederick
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- Miller, Mtn. Ridge shut out Alco, 2-0
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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?
There are an estimated 47,000 deceased veterans whose remains are unidentified and unclaimed throughout the U.S. A group of senators and congressmen hope to do something to
bring these men and women some dignity after death.
- Happy Easter
- Odds are good that you didn’t know this
- Trivial questions you don’t have to answer
- Think it’s not a small world? You’re wrong
- No Bambi for you, Mrs. Doe
- Restore them