Maryland State Police say two employees of a Maryland ski resort were assaulted during an altercation at the resort, and authorities are looking for a suspect.
Maryland’s only ski resort says it has emerged from bankruptcy protection under a new management firm.
A bankruptcy court judge has approved the sale of Maryland’s only ski resort to a unit of a Kansas City-based real-estate investment trust for $23.5 million.
The financially strapped owners of Maryland’s only ski resort say they have found a buyer for the western Maryland property.
Creditors for Maryland’s only ski resort are objecting to a request by the owners for more time to come up with a bankruptcy reorganization plan.
The owners of Maryland’s only ski resort have won more time to come up with a bankruptcy reorganization plan.
The owners of Maryland’s only ski resort say they’re talking with two potential buyers and hope to announce a sale or reorganization plan by early October.
The owners of Wisp, Maryland’s only ski resort, have met with a number of potential buyers in their efforts to stave off financial failure, one of the partners said Thursday.
Western Maryland offers some of the most thrilling, unique winter recreation in the Mid-
Atlantic region. In addition to skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and snowmobiling, try
dogsledding, a horse-drawn sleigh ride, snow tubing or a ride on a Mountain Coaster.
The owner of the Wisp ski resort in McHenry says it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The owners of Maryland’s only ski resort say they’re considering selling the landmark property to resolve financial problems linked to a slide in home construction around nearby Deep Creek Lake.