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Teenage Inmate Dies After Prison Assault

Officials at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center say an inmate has died after being found in his cell with head and facial injuries.

11/29/2012

ELK

Skeptics Question Md. Elk Reintroduction Plan

A proposal to reintroduce elk in western Maryland is drawing skepticism from local residents.

11/06/2012

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Md. Police Looking For Car Break-In Suspect

The Maryland State Police are looking for a man suspected of breaking into cars in the Cumberland area.

11/05/2012

Natural gas, gas drilling

Md. Gas Drilling Panel Discussing Best Practices

A state panel studying prospects for hydraulic fracturing for natural gas in western Maryland is trying to pinpoint the best practices used elsewhere.

09/28/2012

Pittsburgh Casino

Slots At Rocky Gap Planned For Latter Half Of 2013

The new owner of the Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort near Cumberland says the resort plans to start operating slot machines late next summer or early next fall.

09/11/2012

Comedian/actor William H. Macy was raised in Maryland.

William H. Macy To Appear In TV Show About Md.

Big screen actor William H. Macy has agreed to appear on the Maryland Public Television “Our Town” production featuring Cumberland and Frostburg, which is currently being filmed and will air in March.

09/04/2012

layoffs, jobs, unemployment

Cumberland Hospital Will Cut Jobs To Reduce Costs

The Western Maryland Health System in Cumberland says it plans to eliminate some jobs as it seeks to reduce costs by 10 to 15 percent over the next five years.

08/16/2012

bats

Man Traps Wild Animals With State’s Imprimatur

For three years now, Patrick Shields has been grabbing bats, smoking out groundhogs, trapping everything from skunks to fishers and enjoying every minute of it.

08/12/2012

(AP Photo/Dave Martin)

$50,000 Pollution Fine Reversed In Western Md.

A judge in Cumberland has reversed a $50,000 fine against a wastewater processing company.

07/11/2012

Earns CSX

Cumberland Man, 21, Killed By Train In South Central Pa.

A 21-year-old man has been struck and killed by a train in Bedford County.

07/11/2012

Photo Credit: www.dnr.state.md.us/

Thefts Prompt Water Shut-Off At Md. State Park

The Department of Natural Resources says it has shut off the drinking-water spigot at Big Run State Park in western Maryland because local residents were using most of the water.

06/18/2012

potomac river

Event Recognizes Md.’s C&O Canal Families

The National Park Service is asking the families of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal workers to share their stories at an event in Cumberland.

06/09/2012

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