This is an opposing, yet respectful view of the column on how the universe came into existence. (Reference “The glow from the early universe,” July 4). Respectful, because the column reflects the common teaching the universe was created by a “big bang” 14 billion years ago. Opposing, because…
Each year during July, the Cumberland Historic Cemetery Organization honors America’s Revolutionary War veterans and works to promote and preserve our great nation’s rich and sacred history. Since 1983 we have erected many monuments to these great founders of the United States.
The last two weeks of the Paycheck Protection Program are upon us. The U.S. Small Business Administration continues to work with lenders to prioritize access to capital and loan forgiveness for those who qualify.
There are many white friends reaching out to their black friends and acquaintances due to the murder of yet another black man, Mr. George Floyd, while in police custody. I say yes, many people are enlightened. They see people as people regardless of the color of their skin or their ethnicity…
In light of all that is going on in our nation, especially concerning the social unrest caused by the recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breanna Taylor, among other African-Americans, I wanted to join the conversation and to say “thank you” to all those who were part of the p…
Editor’s note: This letter to Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot was released to the Times-News for publication.
For several years I have taken my great-grandson, Alex Mongold (who is now 7 years old), to the cemetery to put flowers on graves of family members.
As my Italian great-uncle would have said “Who’d a thunk it?” On May 31, it will mark the one year anniversary of the shutdown of the Luke mill.
I lay weeping in bed as I listened on National Public Radio to George Floyd, the unarmed Minneapolis black man killed by police, pleading for his life.
“Ready Today. Planning for Tomorrow.”
It seems as though we’re in a constant state of crisis these days. Certainly the COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis, but what has happened with the last crisis?
Gary Hankins letter, “Yielding to shutdown is surrendering our rights” and Steve Baker’s letter “Other people are to blame for this beside President Trump” (both May 16 Times-News) both assist Americans to begin to realize that the media have duped too many Americans and caused them to hide …
The coronavirus has caused both a health crisis and an economic one, pushing families into poverty and hunger across Maryland.
This Week's Circulars
CUMBERLAND - Robert Ephriam Turner, 85, passed away Friday, Aug. 7, 2020, at Cumberland Healthcare Center. Per his request, there will be no services. Adams Family Funeral Home, P.A., 404 Decatur St., Cumberland (www.AdamsFamilyFuneralHome.com), is handling arrangements.
RAWLINGS - Hetty Lee Green, 79, died Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020. Visitation at Markwood Funeral Home Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2020, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Private graveside services in Cabin Run Cemetery. Condolences at www.markwoodfuneralhome.com.
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