CUMBERLAND, Md. — Chandler Sagal, director of development and grants at Allegany College of Maryland, has been selected by the Appalachian Regional Commission to participate in the 2021-2022 class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute.
Clients in the Abilities Network recently completed a four-week dining and dating etiquette program. Students tested their skills at The Toasted Goat in Frostburg. Shown, front row from the left, are Kim Johnson, Abilities Network staff; Kevin Schwab, Donna Lease, Abilities Network staff; Je…
MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — The U.S. Department of Education selected Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College in Moorefield for a Title III Strengthening Institutions Program award for its proposal, “Advising, Technology, Training and Innovation.”
CUMBERLAND — The Allegany College of Maryland Foundation has awarded scholarships to the following first-time college students: Kaylee Beattie-Thornburg, Cumberland; Tristen Brehm, Mount Savage; Austin Burt, Cumberland; Sophie Cramer, LaVale; Lacey Crossland, Rawlings; Mattesyn Crotts, Cumbe…
MCHENRY — Continuing Education and Workforce Development of Garrett College recently partnered with the Western Maryland Consortium to offer soft skills classes to youth in Garrett County.
CUMBERLAND — Cheryl Nelson was honored with Allegany College of Maryland’s 2021 Community Engagement Award for her work organizing rotations for allied health students at local COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites hosted by the Allegany County Health Department and UPMC Western Maryland du…
CUMBERLAND — “From Bark to Boots, the History of the Tanneries of Western Maryland,” the latest book by local author Andrew Sparber, is now available.
CUMBERLAND — The 13th annual Fort Hill Scholarship Fund banquet, held at the Ali Ghan Shrine Club, celebrated 34 members of the class of 2021.
CUMBERLAND — Cody Arigo, a 2014 graduate of Fort Hill High School and student at the University of Maryland, has been named a Robertson fellow in partnership with the Robertson Foundation for Government. Each fellow receives full tuition, a cost-of-living stipend and summer internship assistance.
CUMBERLAND — Administrative staffing updates announced by Allegany County Public Schools include Moriah Cohen as the new assistant principal at Braddock Middle School; Alyssa Werner and John Wade as new assistant principals at Washington Middle School and Amy Llewellyn as the mental health c…
CUMBERLAND — Allegany College of Maryland’s School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts is offering credits by exam for experienced workers employed in the hospitality or culinary industry.
FROSTBURG — The University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Frostburg State University have formed a new academic partnership offering students an accelerated track to becoming pharmacists in six years.
CUMBERLAND, Md. — Allegany College of Maryland will begin its 60th academic year Aug. 23. The majority of courses will meet in person with online, flex and hybrid courses offered. Federal funds are available through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund program. An application is availa…
CUMBERLAND — Allegany High School student Peyton McDonald has earned a spot on the 2021-2022 Maryland Center for School Safety’s Student Focus Group. The 25 student leaders will follow in the footsteps of the 12 inaugural members of the group, whose one-year terms ended in June. Nearly 100 s…
This Week's Circulars
GRANTSVILLE — Roger D. Mealey, 72, of Grantsville, died Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021, at Garrett Regional Medical Center, Oakland. Born April 16, 1949, in Bridgeport, W.Va., he was the son of the late Robert Hill and Juanita Belle (Edmond) Mealey. She was also preceded in death by one son, Jason M…
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- Tedd Eirich to return as Allegany boys basketball head coach
- UPDATE: Police say missing couple found
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- Man killed in gunfire exchange with troopers in Bedford County
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- City receiving interest for 19 Frederick St.
- Grant, Hardy residents indicted on federal charges
- Cumberland man charged in officer assault