CUMBERLAND — A city man was charged by Cumberland Police Saturday after allegedly creating a disturbance at a Baltimore Avenue residence.
COLLEGE PARK — Following two straight losses — one lopsided, another agonizingly close — No. 17 Maryland was under intense pressure to maintain its unbeaten record at home.
LAVALE — Wayne Moyer has been promoted from machinist to plant coordinator at National Jet Co.
OAKLAND — The two proposed school calendars for 2020-21 presented to the Garrett County Board of Education at its recent meeting can be reviewed at https://www.garrettcountyschools.org/resources/public-information/pdf/calendars/GCPS-Proposed-Calendars-2020-2021.pdf.
OAKLAND — The American Bankers Association recently recognized the efforts of First United Bank & Trust’s information security and disaster recovery officer, Joyce Flinn.
WILLIAMSPORT — Potomac Edison, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., recently launched a new program featuring publicly available electric vehicle charging stations, rebates for both residential and multifamily charger installations and incentives for EV charging during off-peak hours.
LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will no longer use the titles "royal highness" or receive public funds under a deal struck Saturday for them to step aside as senior royals, Buckingham Palace said Saturday..
WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands gathered in cities across the country Saturday as part of the nationwide Women's March rallies focused on issues such as climate change, pay equity, reproductive rights and immigration.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Overtime for Maryland prison workers has increased for yet another fiscal year amid what state lawmakers and union officials say is a staffing crisis.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Police are scouring the internet for clues about plans for mayhem, workers are putting up chain link holding pens around Virginia's picturesque Capitol Square, and one lawmaker even plans to hide in a safe house in advance of what's expected to be an unprecedented show o…
CUMBERLAND — A motorist escaped injuries Friday when her vehicle was struck by a freight train locomotive at the railroad crossing at Queen City Drive and Baltimore Street.
ANNAPOLIS — A bill returning to the Maryland General Assembly this session aims to regulate certain sales and transfers of rifles and shotguns.
This Week's Circulars
- Zoo holds open house to say goodbye to big cats; owner hopeful animals can stay put
- Lions Center to be sold to Cumberland Chase for new long-term care complex
- ALLEGANY MAGAZINE: 20 Most Fascinating People: Sean McCagh
- Home burns hours after drug raid
- Weapons cache, heroin seized in Williams Road drug raid
- ALLEGANY MAGAZINE: 20 Most Fascinating People: Mckenzie Christopher
- 37 indicted by Mineral County grand jury
- ALLEGANY MAGAZINE: 20 Most Fascinating People: Beth Hilliker
- Cumberland man arrested in sword incident
- Six people in running to be Cumberland Police chief