CUMBERLAND — The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad will return its offices to the Western Maryland Railway Station and lease the entire second floor.
OAKLAND — An Oakland woman was sentenced to 15 days in jail and 18 months' probation after nine malnourished dogs were found at her breeding facility last year.
OAKLAND — A Garrett County judge has been given more time to respond to a civil lawsuit that alleges he forcibly had sex with an employee.
CUMBERLAND — Two Baltimore Pike residents were arrested Tuesday on drug distribution charges after Allegany County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to their home to investigate a domestic disturbance complaint.
FROSTBURG — A Frostburg man who allegedly assaulted at least 10 West End residents and motorists early Monday afternoon was apprehended a short time later after he ran from police officers who apprehended him in a wooded area of Shaw Street, according to the Frostburg Police Department.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Active cases of the coronavirus in West Virginia’s largest county have doubled in the past week after reaching a 12-month low, health officials said Monday.
A year ago, I decided to not only take my work home with me, but to feed it, give it water, and walk it three times a day.
Editor’s note: This is part two of a two-part series from a Times-News interview with Ty Johnson. Part one was published in Saturday’s edition of the Times-News.
Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series from a Times-News interview with Ty Johnson. Part two will be published in Monday’s edition of the Times-News.
OAKLAND — A swimmer injured Friday after slipping on a rock at Swallow Falls was pulled to safety by a Maryland State Police helicopter.
CUMBERLAND — A city man was arrested Saturday after Cumberland Police served him with an arrest warrant stemming from an alleged knife brandishing incident.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia state treasurer's office raised nearly $140,000 for law enforcement agencies through its unclaimed property firearms auction, the office announced Friday.
CUMBERLAND — No matter where New York Jets running back Ty Johnson’s professional career takes him, the former Fort Hill and Maryland star hopes to always have a foothold in the minds of the area’s youth that look up to him.
There were plenty of car crashes Friday, July 23, 2021, at the Allegany County Fair during the Demolition Derby. The annual fair and ag expo wraps up Saturday with rides by Reithoffer Shows opening at 4 p.m. The 4-H Livestock Sale is set for 9 a.m. and stock car racing kicks off at the track…
CUMBERLAND — As cases of the COVID-19 delta variant surge across much of the country and state, Allegany and Garrett counties trail most of Maryland for vaccination rates, and local hospitals have no plans to make inoculation against the disease mandatory for health care workers.
LAVALE — Two years after the aging Maryland State Police barrack on National Highway was demolished, a new ultra-modern facility was officially opened Thursday to the public.
MCCOOLE — A company that recycles commercial truck tires from around the globe is locating in McCoole.
This Week's Circulars
- Somerset County man dies after logging accident
- Scenic railroad sweetens excursions
- Frostburg man accused of assaulting residents, motorists
- 'Everything's possible': Ty Johnson relishes opportunity as role model
- Helicopter hoists injured swimmer from Swallow Falls
- GOOD AS GOLD: Johnstown's Bo Bassett pins Russian to win title at Cadet World Wrestling Championships
- Grand jury indicts Cumberland man for alleged narcotics distribution
- ALLEGANY MAGAZINE JULY 2021: Remembering the Man in the "Reflections"
- 'Definite need': Street team offering OD response training
- Local hospital: Data on 'efficacy of the vaccines in preventing transmission' needed before mandatory policy for employees