Cumberland resident Jake Reynolds, left, a member of the U.S. downhill skiing team in the 2013 World Winter Special Olympics in South Korea and winner of a gold medal in alpine skiing, is presented a key to the city by Ed Mullaney, downtown manager, on Cumberland’s downtown mall on Tuesday during a welcome home ceremony honoring Reynolds for his achievement.
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Grim: ‘I want to see things through’
Mayor Brian Grim made it official Tuesday when he filed the required paperwork to seek a second term as mayor of Cumberland.
Canal Place authority pursuing plan to develop branding, marketing strategy
The Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority voted Tuesday to pursue a plan of action to develop a branding and marketing strategy for the tourism hub and surrounding Canal Place Heritage Area.
U.S., Taliban to start talks on ending 12-year conflict
Commissioners postpone Southern Middle funding discussion
The Garrett County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday postponed a discussion about funding for a renovation project at Southern Middle School, pending a future meeting with school board members.
Republican Bongino sets sights on 6th district U.S. House seat
He doesn’t live in Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District. Neither does the incumbent.
But what makes Republican Dan Bongino’s run for the 6th district U.S. House seat interesting is that unlike Democratic Rep. John Delaney, who lives just outside the district in Potomac, Bongino lives almost 40 miles away from the closest point to the district, all the way in Anne Arundel County.
W.Va. House elects Miley as new speaker
West Virginia’s House of Delegates elected Tim Miley as its new speaker Tuesday — though only after one of his fellow Democrats crossed party lines to vote for the GOP nominee.
N.Y. man hurt in fall from Gunter Hotel
A 53-year-old New York man was found unconscious on Main Street late Monday after he apparently fell from the third-floor balcony area of the Gunter Hotel, according to the Frostburg Police Department.
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Keyser ordinance raises fire protection fee
The Keyser council approved an ordinance that increases the fire protection fee during a recent council meeting. Councilman Herman Judy opposed the increase.
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