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Rolling Mill/ Maryland Ave Residents Respond to Development Plans PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Save Our Neighborhood- Citizens of Rolling Mill   
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 11:16

Rolling Mill

Editor's Note: Cumberland Mayor and Council approved a 2.5 million dollar expenditure during last night's Mayor and Council meeting. Neighborhood residents opposed to the plan were in attendance with signs saying, "Save Our Homes."  Several Cumberland residents, including myself (Kara Rogers Thomas), spoke in opposition to the plan and/or to ask for greater transparency. Individuals from the area immediately impacted by this developmen plan met last week to draft this public response.

This is a direct response from the SAVE OUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP. Our group is comprised of homeowners in Rolling Mill whom are totally opposed to the destruction of what the City of Cumberland and the Cumberland Economic Development Corporation refer to as, ...

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Downtown Cumberland Happenings PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Becky McClarran   
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 11:01

What’s Happening in Downtown Cumberland

Presents for Paws – Saturday, December 19

Love the Local – Shop, Dine & Support Local Businesses

Like us on Facebook – Visit Cumberland Maryland

  

Saturday with Santa - Visit with Santa Claus Saturday afternoon, December 19 from 1:00 - 3:00 PM at The Book Center in Downtown Cumberland. Bring a camera for photos!

 

Presents for Paws – a great local tradition for the whole family, Saturday, December 19, 11 – 5 at the Allegany County Animal Shelter, 716 Furnace Street. Celebrating Christmas with our shelter animals is an amazingly rewarding experience for elves of all ages. The ACAS invite you to see all the positive changes we’re making…and help us fill our Pet Taxi with supplies, ...

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ACM's Fall Tour Features Change to Win $500 Tuition Voucher PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Gil Hazelwood   
Thursday, 05 November 2015 18:33

CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Allegany College of Maryland is showcasing its wide range of opportunities Monday, Nov. 16, in an event that presents information about academic programs and student support services and offers the chance to win a $500 tuition voucher.

 

“Fall Tour” allows for a day on the Cumberland campus when classes are in session and faculty and staff members are readily available to speak with prospective students about academic offerings and related services.

 

Campus tours are also available every half hour starting at 9 a.m. from the College Center, where the event is based. Information tables will be staffed there through noon and light refreshments will be provided.

 

For students interested in residential housing, tours are ...

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FSU's Annual Retreat Giving Budding Leaders An Early Jump Start PDF Print E-mail
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Written by FSU News and Media Services   
Thursday, 29 October 2015 14:58

LeadershipRetreat ropes courseAs the Appalachian Mountains turned golden for the start of autumn, a group of Frostburg State University freshmen headed to Camp Allegheny to turn over a new leaf.

Working together to build egg launchers, navigate obstacle courses and build relationships at the bonfire, the new FSU students are taught how to lead while working with a team, thanks to the FSU Office of Leadership and Experiential Learning. FSU has been offering a form of this freshman leadership retreat since the 1980s.

The campground is off of U.S. 30 in Stoystown, Pa., which offers a secluded site where some of the 80 freshmen and dozen camp facilitators, including seniors and FSU faculty and staff, can get to know one another.

The trip solidified what Alexis Thomas learned about Frostburg State after ...

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FSU's Annual Retreat Giving Budding Leaders An Early Jump Start PDF Print E-mail
Community News - Community News
Written by FSU News and Media Services   
Thursday, 29 October 2015 14:58

LeadershipRetreat ropes courseAs the Appalachian Mountains turned golden for the start of autumn, a group of Frostburg State University freshmen headed to Camp Allegheny to turn over a new leaf.

Working together to build egg launchers, navigate obstacle courses and build relationships at the bonfire, the new FSU students are taught how to lead while working with a team, thanks to the FSU Office of Leadership and Experiential Learning. FSU has been offering a form of this freshman leadership retreat since the 1980s.

The campground is off of U.S. 30 in Stoystown, Pa., which offers a secluded site where some of the 80 freshmen and dozen camp facilitators, including seniors and FSU faculty and staff, can get to know one another.

The trip solidified what Alexis Thomas learned about Frostburg State after ...

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