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Bulk trash dates announced PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Kerns   
Thursday, 25 September 2008 23:44

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The fall bulk trash pickup in the city of Frostburg will be held on Monday, Oct. 6 on the West end of the city, and Tuesday, Oct. 7 on the East end.

The amount of trash that can be set out is limited to the size of a small pickup-truck load.

For more information call Frostburg City Hall at 301.689.6000.

Last Updated on Friday, 03 October 2008 20:08
 
The Gift of Bloom --New Foundation Fund PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Kerns   
Thursday, 25 September 2008 00:00


This page is dedicated to the members of the Frostburg House and Garden Club, their civic spirit every bit as beautiful as the flowers they plant, grow and tend upon the Main Street lampposts of the Mountain City.

 

Jaw-dropping floral splendor.

 

At St. Michael & the Palace

And the garden club members have to drive to tend the blooms, hauling water in gallon-jugs, trimm ing, pruning and coaxing to the rush of curbside traffic. Give ‘em a toot and a wave when ‘ere ya see ‘em streetside.

 

“I think we have some of the most beautiful baskets anywhere,” said Frostburg Mayor Arthur Bond. “The flowers make the city a more attractive place throughout, and the garden club members put a lot of work into it.”

 

Enjoy the blooms while they last, for ...

Last Updated on Monday, 20 October 2008 07:40
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Act II for the Lyric PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Kerns   
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 00:12

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A building whose obituary was written in smoke and ash on the editorial page of the Cumberland Times-News will soon open its doors to new life as a downtown destination for all-things Frostburg State.

 The new downtown FSU bookstore

Gutted by the 2004 fire that destroyed the landmark bar Gandalf’s on its first floor, the Lyric Building was given up for dead in the days and weeks that followed. A hollow shell and fragile façade survived the flames, but when bricks began falling on the sidewalk a few days after the blaze, the Times-News editorialized of the Lyric in the past tense.

 

I know because I wrote the editorial, and at the time fully realized that the phrasing of ...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2008 00:53
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The Raging Controversy of the Allegany County Road Patrol, Part 1 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jeff Davis   
Tuesday, 23 September 2008 20:31

The Raging Controversy of the Allegany County Road Patrol

"Sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt me."

 

 

 

This child’s-play adage is certainly being put to the test when it comes to the barrage of criticism recently hurled at the Allegany County Commissioners.  You could hardly blame them for wanting Kevlar skin after being accused at various times of being:  "underhanded, a disgrace, dishonest, incompetent, part of a posse, a jeopardy to safety, spiteful, part of a civil conspiracy, comparable to a roach, and not qualified to be dog-catchers."  And if you think that is not quite enough opprobrium for any three people, throw in the fear expressed on the part of one of ...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2008 22:35
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Garrett Dems Open Headquarters PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Susan Davis   
Tuesday, 23 September 2008 14:29
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Last Updated on Friday, 26 September 2008 12:02
 
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