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Western Md. Senator Seeks Change In Land Fees
A western Maryland state senator is seeking a change in how the state compensates counties that contain large tracts of public land.
Western Md. senator seeks change in Maryland land fees
A western Maryland state senator is seeking a change in how the state compensates counties that contain large tracts of public land.
2 Maryland cities mentioned in Patterson book
CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) - Café Mark on Baltimore Street and the city of Frostburg are mentioned briefly in James Patterson's novel "Hope to Die" from the Alex Cross series. Mark Rose, owner of Café Mark, had no idea his business was mentioned in the novel and learned about ...
Md. Man Convicted In Deaths Of Nine Dogs
A Cumberland man faces the prospect of more than a year in jail for leaving nine dogs to die in an empty house. Three others survived.
New Pain Management Center Opens in Cumberland, Md.
CUMBERLAND, Md., Nov. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 100 million adults suffer from chronic pain and about half of those suffer from this pain daily. The specialty of pain management is born to fulfill the need for non-surgical, interventional solutions and medication management to treat all types of pain. On October 28th, a new pain management center opened its doors to the Cumberland, Maryland ...
Western Md. Teacher Charged In Second Sex Case
A high school teacher in Frostburg faces allegations he had sexual contact with a second female student.
Md. Doctor?s Sex-Abuse Trial Has Been Moved
A doctor's sex-abuse trial has been moved to Frederick.
Md. city advised it owns dam some want removed
The Maryland attorney general's office says the city of Cumberland apparently owns a Potomac River dam at the center of a debate about the waterway's future.
Administration To Propose Md. Gas Drilling Regulations
The administration of outgoing Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley says it will propose regulations next month for safely extracting natural gas by hydraulic fracturing of a shale formation in western Maryland.
Volunteer Firefighter Charged In Several Arsons
Authorities say a volunteer firefighter from Cumberland has been charged with setting several fires in the city.