Columbia Gas Transmission is asking federal regulators for permission to start building a natural gas pipeline that would run through part of western Maryland and cross under the Potomac River near Hancock.Read More »
Fisher Hall, the new library and student commons building at St. Paul’s School, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, one of fewer than 5,000 buildings in the world to receive the status. Fisher Hall ...
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HAGERSTOWN — The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee are beginning to affect Maryland travelers and businesses. The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC Brunswick Line trains Tuesday afternoon may run 10 to 20 minutes late as trains operate at reduced speeds ...Read More »
CUMBERLAND — A judge in Cumberland has refused to block the transfer of 24 students from schools in Hancock to Cumberland. Allegany County Circuit Judge Gary Leasure denied their parents’ injunction request Tuesday afternoon. The case involves children from the ...Read More »
CUMBERLAND — Just two days before classes begin, some parents in western Maryland are asking a court to block their children’s transfer from schools in Hancock to Cumberland. A hearing is scheduled for Monday afternoon in Allegany County Circuit Court. ...Read More »
HAGERSTOWN — The Maryland State Highway Administration says nearly 2,500 motorcyclists are making their way across western Maryland toward northern Virginia. The agency says the America’s 9/11 Ride entered eastbound Interstate 70 near Hancock about 10:15 a.m. Friday after taking ...Read More »