The Maryland Public Service Commission is giving a wind power developer more time to build a proposed 25-turbine project on Dan’s Mountain in Allegany County.
Photography students at Allegany College of Maryland are documenting historic buildings in Cumberland with help from the Maryland Historical Trust.
William Peck received his first 11 years of local education at Carver School and his final one at Fort Hill High School where he and two other students became the first blacks to graduate following court-ordered scholastic integration in 1956.
State lawmakers from far western Maryland are fighting an effort to repeal a tax credit that rewards electric companies for buying Maryland coal.
Some Allegany County officials say a state proposal for reducing Chesapeake Bay pollution would make it harder to build homes and businesses in the western Maryland mountains.
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin is focusing on health care during visits to two western Maryland cities.
Family members are mourning three women killed in a house fire in Cumberland.
Fire officials say a blaze that swept through a hangar at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport in Wiley Ford, W.Va., destroyed nine planes, motorcycles and other vehicles. No one was hurt.
Art created by maximum-security prison inmates is on display at Allegany College of Maryland in Cumberland.
It’s Maryland’s version of big game and Monday evening, it’s open season on black bears.
Maryland’s eighth bear-hunting season in modern times opens Monday in Garrett and Allegany counties and can last six days or be stopped sooner if the Wildlife & Heritage Service believes enough bruins have been harvested.
The Maryland Department of the Environment says it won’t renew a wastewater discharge permit for a Cumberland company accused of violating pollution laws.