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City underpass is ‘despicable’
After attempting to use the pedestrian underpass under the train tracks at Queen City Drive, an area resident described the experience as “despicable” and “a common nuisance.”
Garrett board of education warns of bleak times ahead
The Garrett County Board of Education posted an open letter to citizens on its website to alert them that the financial forecast for the next couple of years looks bleak.
Resident takes issue with city underpass
After attempting to use the pedestrian underpass under the train tracks at Queen City Drive, an area resident described the experience as “despicable” and “a common nuissance.”
Midland School demolition hearing
A public hearing was held Monday at the Midland Town Hall primarily to review an application for the demolition of the old Midland School building, which the town proposed to submit to the state by a May 31 deadline.
At the end of the town meeting, a unanimous decision was made to try to obtain funding from the Maryland Community Development Block Grant Program and begin the demolition of the old school.
Keyser residents want traffic light
More than 300 residents have signed a petition requesting that the West Virginia Division of Highways install a traffic control signal at the intersection of U.S. Route 220 and Stoney Run Road in Keyser.
SHA exploring options for Civil War battleground
A consultant is preparing a proposal that could offer some hope for the preservation of the ruins of a Civil War battle site and potentially some means of public access to the property.
Fire destroys W.Va. home
No one was hurt in a fire that completely destroyed a Hampshire County home on Sunday after winds helped spread the blaze that started with a report of a garage fire at 12:27 p.m., according to Jerry Loudin, fire chief with the Springfield Valley Volunteer Fire Company.
Million-dollar sewer work gets the OK
Allegany County commissioners last week awarded a contract for rehabilitation of sewers on Bedford Road.
Cancer survivor aims to live strong as long as he represents the livestrong man
John “Goddie” Gates, 22, of Cumberland, who is a Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor, is hoping to help cancer patients overcome their fears and inspire them through his song “Livestrong Man.”
Disabled vets treated to day of fishing
Around 150 disabled military veterans were treated to an afternoon of trout fishing Saturday to allow those with physical and mental handicaps including post-traumatic stress syndrome the opportunity for relaxation and fellowship.
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