Negotiations Postpone College Football Wrongful-Death Trial Court records indicate settlement talks are under way in a lawsuit stemming from the 2011 death of a Frostburg State University football player.
Judge Limits Helmet Evidence In College Football Death SuitAn important day in court in the wrongful death case of a Maryland student athlete who died during football practice at Frostburg State University.
Two Men Stabbed In Incident Near Frostburg State UniversityAuthorities are investigating the stabbings of two men early Sunday in an altercation outside an apartment complex near Frostburg State University.
NCAA Asks Judge To Seal Documents In Wrongful-death LawsuitThe NCAA has asked a Montgomery County judge to seal 14 documents in a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the family of former Frostburg State University football player Derek Sheely.
Frostburg State Administrator Named Interim PresidentThe University System of Maryland says a longtime Frostburg State University administrator will serve as interim president of the school in western Maryland.
Frostburg State Project Records Public Comments On FrackingFrostburg State University students are recording public comments about prospects for natural gas drilling in western Maryland.
Plan For Adventure Sports Bachelor's Degree AdvancesPlans for a bachelor's degree program in adventure sports management at Frostburg State University are advancing.
Frostburg State Officer's Sex Charges DroppedProsecutors are dropping sexual assault charges against a Frostburg State University police officer in return for his cooperation in a continuing probe of the department.
Md. Conference Highlights Coal Mine ReforestationDiscussions of birds and coal mines usually involve canaries. Now researchers say golden-winged warblers are finding a foothold in reclaimed Appalachian strip mines.
Frostburg State Officer Charged With Sex OffenseA Frostburg State University police officer faces allegations he sexually assaulted a female freshman more than four years ago.
O'Malley Signs Bill Banning Grain AlcoholMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley signed a measure on Monday banning the sale of alcohol that is 190-proof and stronger.
Student Found Near Stairs At Frostburg Dies Officials at Frostburg State University in western Maryland say a 23-year-old graduate student from Texas has died after she was found at the bottom of the stairs in a classroom building.