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Local Cemetery Organization Requesting Funding From Marriage License Fees

Saying that the media created a controversy following his initial request, Ed Taylor who heads a local cemetery organization is asking again for... Read Full Story

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Proposed Legislation Could Force Counties To Raise Taxes

Allegany County Commissioner Bill Valentine recently discussed attending the Maryland Association of Counties conference and said that there... Read Full Story

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Police Log – 07/28/14

On July 26, 2014 the Cumberland City Police served a Criminal Summons on Jeremy S. Combs, Age 30, of Cumberland, MD.   The Criminal... Read Full Story

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Funding Sought for 220 Project

Members of the Greater Cumberland Committee recently lobbied for Tier Two funding for the US 220 project in West Virginia. Brenda Smith, Executive... Read Full Story

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Footer Roof Grant Explained

Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority Executive Director Dee Dee Ritchie tells WCBC News that the Authority was able to obtain... Read Full Story

Longtime Businessman Passes Away

WCBC News has learned that longtime businessman James Bauer, owner of Bauer Lumber, has passed away. Funeral arrangements have not been announced... Read Full Story

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Missing Teen Located

On Friday at approximately 5:00pm, Logan James Litten (15yoa) was located in the city of Cumberland by a family member.  Litten was brought... Read Full Story

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Congressman John Delaney Encouraged By Maryland Minimum Wage Hike

Maryland Sixth District Congressman John Delaney says he was encouraged to see his home state approve legislation that will increase the minimum... Read Full Story

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Cumberland City Council Candidate Mark Fisher Passes Away

Shocking news in Cumberland as 54-year old city council candidate Mark Fisher died Wednesday night.  Fisher was chairman of the city’s... Read Full Story

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Gubernatorial Candidates Weighing In On Beretta

The candidates for governor are weighing in on the decision by gun maker Beretta to stop making weapons in Maryland.  The company announced... Read Full Story



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