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Brand-New Allegany High School Tracking LEED Silver  School Constructions News

Grimm + Parker Architect's Calverton-based office and General Contractor, Leonard S. Fiore Inc., of Altoona, Pa. has officially delivered completion of Allegany ...



Swearingen, Gerret "Van" (Cleveland)  The Chattanoogan

Gerret “Van” Swearingen, 87, of Cleveland, passed away on Monday, March 25, 2019 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was born on July 27, ...



New policies and legal issues take center of first Allegany County BOE meeting  WDVM 25

A crowd turned out for the first Allegany County Board of Education meeting for 2019 on Tuesday.



New $50.78M Allegany High School Takes Shape  Construction Equipment Guide

A brand new high school is taking shape on the site of a former hospital in Cumberland, Md., which is located in Allegany County in the western part of the state.



Community Events  WCBC Radio

Applications are now being accepted by AHEC West for its weeklong summer program ECHO:Exploring Careers in Health Occupations. Now in its 15th year, ...



Deceased = Nesbitt, Herbert Lyons, Jr. :: So. Md. Obituary  Southern Maryland Online

Herbert Lyons Nesbitt Jr., 80, of North Beach passed away January 1, 2019 at Calvert County Nursing Center. He was born April 27, 1938 in...Click for more.



Minority Business Enterprise status has helped Greyeyes Supply Company grow  Maryland Daily Record

For years, Marsha Greyeyes oversaw a major contract for the federal Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board, tracking task orders, ...



William O'Hara, 84  Herald-Mail Media

William E. “Bill” O'Hara, 84, of Williamsport, MD passed away on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at Doey's House Hagerstown, MD. He was born on June 22, 19...



Police: Teen charged for threatening to bomb high school  Washington Post

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested for threatening to bomb his Maryland high school.



Ellen Blake, 74  Herald-Mail Media

Ellen Marie Blake, 74, of Burlington, NC and recently of Broadmore Senior Living, Hagerstown, MD, passed away onSaturday, March 2, 2019. She was born in ...



Kista Weller | Obituaries  The Star Democrat

ST. MICHAELS — Kista Ann Wiseman Weller, 82, of St. Michaels, Md., died on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at the Talbot Hospice House in Easton, Md., after ...



Md. Paramedic, EMS Educator Reflects on Parkland Shooting  EMSWorld

High school teacher and paramedic Robby May, who worked with a Parkland teacher, says it's sad that he must start the school year teaching students how to ...



Southern mock trial team wins at county level  WV News

OAKLAND — Southern Garrett High School mock trial participants were honored as county winners Sunday by the Garrett County Bar Association.



Allegany student killed in Ocean City | Local News  Cumberland Times-News

OCEAN CITY — A 15-year-old Allegany County girl died of injuries after she was struck by a vehicle late Tuesday afternoon in the area of 21st Street and ...



B1G Historical Perspective - EARLE  Off Tackle Empire

To say Earle Bruce lived and breathed Ohio football would be an understatement. Bruce was recruited to Ohio State from Cumberland, MD's Allegany High ...



Macy to appear in TV show about Cumberland  Cumberland Times-News

CUMBERLAND — Big screen actor William H. Macy has agreed to appear on the Maryland Public Television “Our Town” production featuring Cumberland and ...



Can you identify these Emmy nominees by their yearbook photos?  EW.com

Before they were posing on red carpets, these Emmy nominees were regular high school students posing for yearbook pictures. See if you can identify these ...



Southern Garrett Marching Band readies for fall season  WV News

OAKLAND — The Southern Garrett Marching Band is ready to enter the fall competitive field show season, according to director Jason Shaw, who reported that ...



Earle N. Knott, Columbia resident and NSA cryptographer, dies  Baltimore Sun

Earle N. Knott, a retired National Security Agency cryptographer and world traveler, died Saturday from penumonia at Harmony Hall Hospice in Columbia.



THE SIMPLE LIFE: Celebrate the community life!  Keyser Mineral Daily News Tribune

For all of you looking for things to do, here is a list of many of the activities in our area. There are Halloween attractions, theatre productions, music events, ...



Meet the FSU Police Department  The Bottom Line News

Sergeant Thomas Bevan is 34 years old, and he has been an officer for seven years, as he began his career on March 1, 2010 when he was hired by Frostburg ...



Hot Stove baseball fields 'spiffed up for the playoffs'  Cumberland Times-News

CUMBERLAND — Jim Holler never played baseball in high school. In fact, the Allegany High School graduate — Class of 1959 — didn't play until he joined the ...



Richard K. Dayton, manager for former C&P Telephone Co., dies  Baltimore Sun

Richard K. Dayton, a retired C&P Telephone Co. manager, died March 20 from heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 93.



Cardin, Van Hollen Announce over $17 Million in Funding to Fight Opioid Epidemic  WCBC Radio

March 21st, 2019 by WCBC Radio. Today, U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen (both D-Md.) announced $17,314,430 in federal funding for ...



Ralph B. Vincent, founder of the Baltimore Civil War Museum, dies  Baltimore Sun

Ralph B. Vincent, a railroad and history buff who founded the Baltimore Civil War Museum in Harbor East, died of heart disease at his home in Ellicott City on ...



Deaths in Central Florida: 1/13  Orlando Sentinel

See recent obituaries from around Central Florida published in the Orlando Sentinel.



Asleep at the Wheel's Ray Benson recalls his local roots  Cumberland Times-News

CUMBERLAND — With the nine-time Grammy award-winning band Asleep at the Wheel set to perform in Cumberland in March, lead singer and founder of the ...



Nationwide Student Walkout: What's Happening In and Out of Schools  Education Week

Follow Education Week's live coverage of nationwide student walkouts and civic action today, as educators around the country prepare for what could be major ...



Robert E. Reiber  Sandusky Register

April 6, 1936 - Feb. 14, 2018 Robert E. Reiber, 81, residing in Sandusky, passed away Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 14, 2018, at Stein Hospice Care Center ...



Betty Lou Driver, retired physical therapist  Baltimore Sun

Betty Lou Driver, a retired Kennedy Krieger Institute physical therapist whose life with cerebral palsy served as an inspiration to children similarly afflicted, died ...



From the vault: Cherry Blossom Queens and trees in Washington, DC  Baltimore Sun

More than 3,000 of the trees were planted along Washington D.C.'s tidal basin in 1912, a gift from Japan. Since then Washingtonians have celebrated the ...



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