Bittinger, MD Weather

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Humidity
65%
Precipitation
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Dew Point
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Chance of Rain
13%
UV Index
8 (Very High)
Pressure
1015.6 mbar
Cloud Cover
41%
Moon Phases
Waxing Gibbous
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7 Day Forecast
Today
77 / 65°
Partly Cloudy
13%
WSW 6.98 mph
Sat 19
73 / 64°
Rain
56%
WSW 12.2 mph
Sun 20
82 / 65°
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WNW 9.03 mph
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Cumberland, MDWCBC Radio

City Woman Charged with Trespassing on CSX Property

On 6/17/2021 at approximately 4:00 PM an officer from the Cumberland City Police Department observed that there was train stopped blocking the Baltimore Street crossing. The officer observed Rachel Jean Harr ignore the flashing crossing gate and climb through the train placing herself in danger. Ms. Harr was contacted and placed under arrest for trespassing on CSX property. Ms. Harr was taken to the police station where she was issued a criminal citation. Ms. Harr was released on the citation pending trial in District Court.
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Allegany College Honors Top Students

Allegany College of Maryland honored 70 students at the 49th Annual All-College Awards Ceremony held virtually in May. Achievement in academics, athletics and leadership, and service to the college and community was recognized through the distribution of 80 different awards in more than 30 subjects and areas. The recipients are...
Allegany County, MDWCBC Radio

Accident at Bowling Green

Allegany County Emergency Management has reported Route 200 closed in the area of Bowling Green Fire Station due to a vehicle accident. WCBC will provide further details as they become available.
Cumberland, MDWCBC Radio

City Officials Honor Retiring Fire Chief Dunn

Cumberland Fire Chief Donnie Dunn will retire from the department at the end of the month, ending a career of 44 years. Chief Dunn was honored during Tuesday’s Cumberland Mayor and City Council meeting. Not one for big speeches, Dunn spoke about the support he had gotten from his family, fellow firefighters, and city officials over his long tenure…
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Morriss: Scenic RR Director Likely to Continue in Different Role

Yesterday, we reported that Wesley Heinz’s term at the helm of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad would likely extend beyond his 60-day agreement to be interim Executive Director. Cumberland Mayor Ray Morriss is on the Board of Directors for the railroad, and told WCBC’s Dave Norman that the board wants...
Cumberland, MDWCBC Radio

Police Make Disorderly Conduct Arrest While Serving Summonses

On Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 the Cumberland Police Department served two criminal summonses on Rahman Hadi Wilkins for numerous traffic violations to include; driving on a revoked license, driving without a license, fleeing and eluding, reckless, driving, and negligent driving. The summonses were issued by District Court in reference to separate occasions; May 26th, and June 7th, 2021, when Wilkins was observed by officers operating a motor vehicle in Cumberland knowing he did not possess a valid drivers license.
Cumberland, MDWCBC Radio

Scenic RR Members Update City on Operational Status

During Tuesday’s work session of the Cumberland Mayor and City Council, two members of the Board of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad gave an update on the status of the tourist train. Mayor Ray Morriss told the council that he expects Interim Executive Director Wesley Heinz to potentially be named...
Piedmont, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

Piedmont to host Back Street Festival Saturday

PIEDMONT - Whether you’re looking for an opportunity to celebrate coming out of the pandemic, or just a chance to relax and soak up the small town atmosphere with friends and family, Piedmont city officials say they have something that fits the bill. After receiving a grant from West Virginia...
Mineral County, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

Mineral County fair showcases local meat industry

FORT ASHBY — Supporting a local, thriving community is the norm for Mineral County and the heart of that message will be on full display at the Mineral County Fair at Fort Ashby beginning Tuesday. Walking around the fair, one might notice an assortment of livestock being traded. Local children...
Keyser, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

March for Justice: One year later and little has changed

KEYSER - It’s been a year since a large group of area residents gathered together to hit the streets of Keyser in protest against the brutal murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. Coordinated by Piedmont resident Kyleena Purvis and Keyser resident Veronica Newlin,...
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NSA to NSO: NY filmmakers explore circles of surveillance

BERLIN (AP) — American filmmaker Laura Poitras has once again turned her camera on the watchmen in an exhibition opening Friday in Berlin. Poitras is known for her award-winning 2014 documentary on former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden and his revelations about the National Security Agency. Her latest show examines the way the state monitors citizens’ lives abroad and at home. A three-part video series with artist Sean Vegezzi focuses on an NYPD outpost in Queens, a prison barge on the East River and an island that's home to one of the largest mass grave sites in the United States. In a separate 25-minute film, Poitras focuses on Israeli spyware company NSO and its alleged role in the monitoring of activists around the world.
Keyser, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

Oak Glen holds on 4-3 to end Keyser’s season

KEYSER - After the first game between Keyser and Oak Glen on Monday, a win for the Lady Tornado, Keyser coach Chris Shoemaker remarked that “half the town” must have been present. Judging by the size of the crowd for game three in Keyser on Wednesday, most certainly three-quarters of the town showed up. Unfortunately, in the end, Oak Glen would leave down victorious, holding on for a 4-3 victory and earning a trip to the state tournament.
Wiley Ford, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

Wiley Ford A’s claim A-Team championship

WILEY FORD - On Thursday, June 10, the Wiley Ford Athletics claimed the championship of the Mineral County Little League’s A-Team division, defeating the Short Gap Oriole’s in two games in a best of three series. And they did so in dramatic fashion, rallying to defeat the Orioles in extra...
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Berlin man jailed on rape, assault charges

WINDBER – A Berlin man was jailed on Sunday, accused of kidnapping and raping a woman that he met on Snapchat, authorities said. State police in Somerset charged Gary Maurice Wright, 38, of the 800 block of Cumberland Highway, with rape, kidnapping, sexual assault, indecent assault and strangulation. According to...
Short Gap, WVMineral Daily News-Tribune

Frankfort Middle announces final honor roll

SHORT GAP - The administration and faculty of Frankfort Middle School is proud to announce the fourth and final nine-weeks honor roll for 2020-2021. Juliet H. Alt, Lyla B. Chambers, Elizabeth Gandolfi, Zachary Hansford, Charli N. Hill, Addison G. Inklebarger, Adam C. Keplinger, Braeden P. Laffey, Ryan E. Louk, Carson M. McBee, Leah K. Miller, Allegra J. Northcraft, Chase S. Pyles, Caleb A. Shields, Taylor A. Shupe, Tannah J. Simpson, Haven M. Stanton, Jason J. Stine, Maddox A. Twigg.
Keyser, WVWeirton Daily Times

Oak Glen heading to state tournament

KEYSER — Next stop, the state tournament. The Oak Glen softball team struck first against Keyser in Game 3, and thanks to strong pitching performances from Lizzie Kell and Maddie McKay the Golden Bears held on to defeat the Golden Tornado, 4-3, to capture the Class AA Region 1 title Wednesday at Ron Mathias and Friends Field.