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Cut player says he will not rejoin Albright football team

Updated: Oct 18, 2017 - 5:25 AMREADING, Pa. (AP) - A football player who was offered reinstatement after being cut from the team at Division III Albright College in Pennsylvania says he will not rejoin the team. Sophomore Gyree Durante tells The Reading Eagle some players lost trust in him, and he

WPXI - 2017-10-18 09:25:46

Rowlesburg man arrested for failure to register

ROWLESBURG - A Rowlesburg man was arrested on charges of failure to register in relation to a Oct. 12 incident. According to the criminal complaint, West Virginia State Police were conducting an unrelated investigation involving Dale R. Moats Jr., 34. The troopers received information Moats was no l

THEET.COM - 2017-10-17 17:30:00

St. Luke's WELCA group holds election of officers

CUMBERLAND - WELCA of St. Luke's Lutheran Church met recently at the church, Frederick Street. Discussion was held on the craft, vendor and bake sale Sept. 30 and a gift for Pastor David Wright for Pastor Appreciation Month. Elections were held and serving for the new term are President Grace Lewis,

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS

Ambulance chase car proposed for northern end of Mineral County

SHORT GAP, W.Va. - The Mineral County Ambulance Authority is expected to vote Nov. 14 on a proposal to supplement ambulance service in the county's northern end with a paramedic-staffed chase car. The contractor, Valley Medical Transport of Keyser, would cover an area from Fountain to Ridgeley and i

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-10-17 22:38:38

Albright man arrested for DUI in Bruceton Mills

BRUCETON MILLS - Preston County Sheriff's Department Deputies arrested an Albright man on felony aggravated driving under the influence, third offense, on Sunday, Oct. 15. According to the criminal complaint, Steven Kent Noss, 47, was observed by deputies in a red pickup truck using his cell phone,

THEET.COM - 2017-10-16 17:00:00

Marchinke to speak at American Legion dinner

BARTON - Barton Post 189 American Legion will hold its annual Past Commanders and Presidents Dinner on Oct. 22. A social hour will begin at 6 p.m. and the dinner will be served at 7 p.m. A program will follow the dinner and the speaker will be James P. Marchinke, Post 189 adjutant and department com

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS

Special program to be held on the archaeological discoveries found along Route 219

The Grantsville Community Museum annual dinner fundraiser will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, at the Grantsville Senior Center, 125 Durst Court in Grantsville, Maryland. Dinner reservations can be made with a donation by calling Lynn Patton at 301-616-6126 or Sue Beachy at 301-707-7205. Reservations mu

DAILY AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-10-18 02:42:23

Thefts from vehicles reported at Keyser

KEYSER, W.Va. - Thieves forced entry into a locked vehicle at Main Alley where a purse was left in plain view, Keyser Police said. The theft was reported to police Friday. The purse and its contents were found thrown over a nearby embankment. Money was removed from the purse, police said. Thefts fro

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-10-17 12:20:38

Somerset County Foundation for higher education awards scholarships

The Somerset County Foundation for Higher Education, with support from the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies, awarded seven Early College scholarships to Somerset County high school students taking Allegany College of Maryland courses in the fall 2017 semester. Autumn Chonko of Fairhope plans

DAILY AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-10-17 02:38:26

Somerset County trick or treat events

The following are trick-or-treat events planned in Somerset County: Boswell Borough Trick or treat is scheduled from 6 to 7 p.m. Oct. 31 with a parade to follow. Also, alternate parking will begin in the borough on Nov. 1 and run through April 15. Central City Borough Trick or treat will be held fro

DAILY AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-10-17 02:31:00

Confluence man is sentenced on murder charge in accident

UNIONTOWN (AP) - A Confluence man has been sentenced to 10 to 20 years in a fatal head-on crash that Pennsylvania authorities said occurred as he was fleeing from police at high speed two years ago. Christopher Kemp, 28, who pleaded guilty earlier to third-degree murder in exchange for the sentence

DAILY AMERICAN ONLINE - 2017-10-17 02:23:00

FSU student Matthew Heverly to present junior drum, piano recital

CUMBERLAND - Frostburg State University student Matthew Heverly will present his junior drum set and piano recital Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Pealer Recital Hall of the Woodward D. Pealer Performing Arts Center. The recital is free and open to the public. Heverly will be accompanied by his jazz com

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-10-18 10:00:00

Local woman's 'funny feeling' likely saved her life

FROSTBURG - We have all had that "funny feeling" that something is not right or that something is about to happen. That "funny feeling" is our intuition. For one Frostburg woman, those funny feelings most likely saved her life. In October 2008, Cindy Preston felt something under one of her arms, a s

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-10-17 10:00:00

Frazier tops Lady Maples, secures outright section title

Frazier won't be sharing its section title with anyone for the eighth consecutive year. The Lady Commodores wrapped up sole possession of first place in Section 2-A with a 3-1 win over host Mapletown in their girls volleyball match on Tuesday night. Frazier took the first game, 25-22, but the gritty

HERALDSTANDARD.COM - 2017-10-18 03:30:00

Frostburg named Sustainable Maryland community

FROSTBURG - After more than a year's worth of work by Mountain City officials and citizens, Frostburg is officially a Sustainable Maryland certified community - the first west of Hagerstown to receive the prestigious award. "I think (certification) provides the city of Frostburg and the mayor and c

CUMBERLAND TIMES-NEWS - 2017-10-16 22:08:43

Morgantown Council unanimously passes amended Human Rights Commission ordinance

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - The Morgantown City Council unanimously adopted an ordinance amending their Human Rights Commission to include language protecting veterans, family status, gender, and sexual orientation Tuesday night. A packed hall and overflow chamber set the scene as supporters and opponents s

METRO NEWS - 2017-10-18 04:41:00

Owner of troubled Morgantown hotel is kicked out of bankruptcy court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A federal judge has dismissed the bankruptcy case of a company that filed bankruptcy over a troubled Morgantown hotel. Mountain Blue Hotel Group, headed by West Virginia native William Abruzzino, was supposed to provide evidence that it had obtained workers compensation insurance

WAJR.COM - 2017-10-16 17:28:34

Annual Apple Butter Festival a success

The annual Apple Butter Festival was held last weekend, from Saturday, Oct. 7 through Sunday, Oct. 8. There attendees can see how apple butter was made in the pioneer fashion and purchase the goods freshly canned. OXFORD - Oxford and Preble County residents alike flocked to Hueston Woods last weeke

EATON REGISTER HERALD - 2017-10-17 22:54:48

Three Valley Conservation welcomes new director

OXFORD - Oxford City Council welcomed the new Executive Director of Three Valley Conservation Trust during its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Council allowed Chad Smith to take the podium and introduce himself to the public. "I appreciate the opportunity to be here. I'm an Oxford resident and I spent 1

EATON REGISTER HERALD - 2017-10-17 22:54:49

Black Walnut Festival this weekend

Submitted CAMDEN - This weekend - Oct. 21 and 22 - marks the 30th anniversary of Camden's Black Walnut Festival. The festival, a dream of the former Camden Chamber of Commerce, started as Home Town Holiday, then in 1987 the chamber changed the name of the event to the Black Walnut Festival and the

EATON REGISTER HERALD - 2017-10-17 22:52:00