KEYSER, W.Va. — Students seeking a career in exercise physiology, one of the nation’s fastest growing job opportunities, can now begin their journey at West Virginia University Potomac State College, which has launched a new major in the field, and which can lead directly to professional sch…
CUMBERLAND — The Times-News is participating in the Maryland Writers’ Association’s Writer’s Round Table by running the Notable Maryland Authors series in the newspaper.
You may be one of those gardeners that likes to see something in bloom somewhere in their garden from spring until fall frost. This goal provides landscaping focal points and is a worthwhile endeavor if you want to keep pollinators well feed during the growing season.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is reminding consumers to research the tax preparer or agency they will use to prepare their taxes as the July 15 filing deadline approaches.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Division of Natural Resources biologists and Marshall University graduate students are monitoring the movement of timber rattlesnakes to help develop a method for moving the reptiles away from high-use recreation areas.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has alerted consumers to a text messaging scam that seeks to take advantage of efforts to identify and isolate those who have potentially been exposed to COVID-19.
KEYSER, W.Va. — Members of the Student Nurses’ Association at WVU Potomac State College recently donated and delivered personal protective equipment, including masks, gloves, isolation kits, and hand sanitizer, to local physicians who are finding it difficult to order supplies because of the…
In the April 8 editorial, “Cash flow: Lawmakers secure state funding for projects,” we inadvertently omitted the name of Del. Wendell Beitzel, a Republican representing Garrett and Allegany counties in the General Assembly. We regret the oversight and are grateful for the tireless work he do…
San Francisco’s intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets was ground zero during the “Summer of Love”; a 1967 gathering of young people searching for an alternative lifestyle that included free love, free-flowing drugs, free food and psychedelic rock.
CUMBERLAND — McClintock Distilling of Frederick will host a discussion class on whiskey, including how it is made, classifications and barrel aging led by Braeden Bumpers, co-founder and head distiller, during the George Washington Whiskey Rebellion Fest, scheduled for June 12 from 6 to 10 p…
This Week's Circulars
LEWES, Del. - Curtis S. Emerick, 90, of Lewes, passed away Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, at his home. Born March 20, 1930, in Southampton Township, Somerset County, he was a son of the late Clarence and Saloma (Clites) Emerick. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Helen L (Moore) Emerick in 20…
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- August issue of Allegany Magazine addresses pandemic: Edition highlights local efforts and reaction to the coronavirus
- UPDATE: Hampshire fugitive in custody after tip to police
- Legal actions aimed at cleaning up the Potomac