State OKs $50,000 To Frostburg Football Player's FamilyFrostburg State University says it will work to raise awareness of risks to student-athletes as part of a $50,000 state settlement.
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.
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.
U.S. Grant Aims To Boost Western Md. EconomyThe city of Frostburg is getting some federal funds to help create a roadmap for economic growth in western Maryland.
Western Md. Teacher Pleads Not Guilty In Sex CaseA Frostburg high school teacher is denying an allegation he had sexual contact with a 15-year-old female student.
Frostburg Police Officer Injured During ArrestA Frostburg police officer was injured while arresting two college students.
Artwork Enlivens Pittsburgh-To-Maryland Bike TrailThe city of Frostburg is unveiling two metal sculptures along the Great Allegheny Passage hiking-and-biking trail.
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.
Western Md. Teacher Charged With Molesting StudentA high school math teacher in Frostburg faces allegations he had sexual contact with a 17-year-old female student.
NCAA President Ordered To Be DeposedA judge has ordered that NCAA President Mark Emmert be deposed in a lawsuit over the death of a Frostburg State University football player.
Would Drilling Hurt Md. Tourism? Report Unclear University of Maryland researchers are releasing a report on the potential public health impact of shale gas drilling in the state's far western counties.
Operator Injured When Bulldozer Slides At Frostburg Mine