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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Inside relish Vulcan defy expectations to win title 1b it m Cumberland times news vol 76-na 95 Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia Cumberland Maryland i Mommy april 6,2015 daily single copy 75� i sunday $1.50 county to contribute $12.7m toward school s construction bid process to build new Allegany High could begin in May Greg Larry times news staff writer Cumberland a Bill Valentine president of the Allegany county commission said the county will be contributing roughly $12.7 million toward construction of the new Allegany High school on Haystack Mountain. Valentine gave a breakdown of the county funding package in a times news interview. A i think it is important for the Public to hear the numbers a said Valentine. Although the exact Cost of the new Allegany wont be known until bids Are received from prospective construction companies school Board offi a str a Quot Bai Crews crush Concrete at the site of the former sacred heart Hospital on tuesday. The demolition process is estimated to be 90 percent Complete. Dais estimate the project at $42 million. A we have a rough idea of what the schools going to Cost but until we get those bids in we done to know a said Root Allegany county school Board member. The school Board Hopes to advertise for construction bids for the new school in May or june. The Board cannot solicit bids until the demolition process is fully Complete at the construction site. Although the former sacred heart Hospital has been torn Down the crushing of Concrete continues at the Steve Bittner times news site. School Board officials estimate that the demolition process is 90 percent Complete. The state will be contributing $27 million or 93 percent of eligible costs to the construction of the new Allegany. Valentine said the county a $12.7 million contribution includes a $9.2 million loan secured by the county for the project plus an additional $1 million county contribution toward the demolition Cost. The additional $2.5 million comes from a county surplus fund maintained for school construction and an additional $500,000 was obtained by the county through the Maryland see county �?5a just 6 percent of my s Bridges in poor condition Low figure attributed to state s focus on funding inspections sliding into Spring Alicia Mcelhaney capital news service Washington a Maryland ranked 13th in the nation in 2014 for lowest percentage of structurally deficient Bridges which officials attribute to the states focus on funding and safety inspections. Although 6 percent of Maryland a Bridges Are in poor or worse condition and while the state and its local governments designate a lower percentage of their Highway and transportation funding for Bridge repairs than most other states officials say Maryland a Bridge program is doing Well. A your Bridges Are in really Good shape a said Charlie Gischlar spokesperson for the state Highway administration. A there Are a few that Are starting to outlive their natural lives the report containing the rankings was released wednesday by the american Road amp transportation builders association a group that advocates for infrastructure and transportation see just �?5a a of 5,305 Bridges statewide 317 Are structurally deficient report says. Compliance sweep finds 38 facilities polluting Potomac violators exceeding state limits for e. Coli toxic heavy metals Matthew Bieniek times news staff or fit a Cumberland a a March review found 38 permitted facilities were violating state and Federal Laws by discharging pollutants into the Potomac River in violation of their permits said Brent Walls of the upper Potomac River keeper network. The violations were found in required documents filed by the industries treatment plants and other facilities. A this compliance sweep is a critical part of our assessment and enforcement program for Potomac River keeper network. My Job As a watchdog for the Potomac River is to protect the Public a right to clean water for fishing swimming and drinking a said Walls. A your goal with this see Potomac �?5a resident burned attempting to put out Kitchen fire Victoria Koerner times news Tremaine Washington 2, of Cumberland plays on the slide at Constitution Park saturday afternoon. Spring weather is beginning to make an appearance in the Region with highs hovering near 70 degrees this week. For the acc weather forecast see Page 8a. From staff reports Frostburg a a Frostburg state University student received Burns to to percent of his right Arm and leg Friday when attempted to put out a stove top grease fire at 109 Wood st., according to Doug Hanson Frostburg fire chief. A City police got there first and shot one of their extinguishers to put the fire out a Hanson said saturday morning. A when we arrived there was a lot of smoke in the Hanson said the fire had gotten into the cabinets and a police log from appears on there into Page 6a the Wall and was moving to the second floor of the Wood Frame Structure. Five other occupants exited safely. Smoke detectors activated Hanson said. See resident �?5akeyser dancer accepted to musical theater Institute Elaine Blaisdell Umes news staff or her Keyser . A by happenstance Henry Newby owner of compelled 2 dance studio located on James Street in Keyser was one of 80 people accepted to the Broadway theatre projects Ftp at sea summer Institute. A a in a really excited about being accepted some people say its like the Havard of musical theater arts a said Newby. Playbill refers to Broadway theatre project As the worlds most prestigious musical theater arts education program for High school and i Impromptu audition lands studio owner in summer program 3, Henry Newby College students according to the Broadway theatre project website. After Newby a adult hip hop class was cancelled decided last minute to travel to the millennium dance Complex in Pittsburgh to train. A lady sitting at the front desk who was the head of auditions told Newby should audition for the singing portion of Ftp at sea at 2 30 . A i looked at my class schedule and the Only time i had free was at 2 30 . So i went and auditioned m my hip hop clothes a said Newby. A i was really surprised How it All came together because i Wasny to even supposed to be there at Newby Sang a a jealous by labyrinth and had to sing it a Cappella because the pianist did no to know the song. Two Days later Newby got his acceptance email and will Start training in july. The Institute will be held july 9 through aug. I and students will be hosted by norwegian cruise line at its state of the Art training Facosi Riverview Fla. During t students will train in in last week aboard the norwegian getaway cruise ship. They will be Given the Chance to perform in getaways 800-seat theater. A a it a going to be really intense training a they have see Keyser a 5a m deaths Arnold a Delores h., 72, of Keyser . Bragg a Madeline a., 70, of Oakland. Buck a Brian d., 48, of Cumberland. Hays a Sandra 77, of Petersburg . Smith a Charlotte l., 65, of Hyndman a. Obituaries on Page 6a outside o 72 a 50 Sun mixing with Clouds acc weather forecast on 8a tax Day is fast approaching and we have new investment options for your refund tax Day is fast approaching and we have new investment options for your refund effective april 15, we will be offering new share certificates a 1.00% apy 24 month share or Ira certificate a 1.25% apy 36 month share or Ira certificate a 1.50% apy 48 month share or Ira certificate a 2.00% apy 60 month share or Ira certificate Yow by of car or Ula Whf state i Mart to Mimm min Howal a mint Union in in i Quot api . Hate wean1 a j apr in Jqhn. I m iwo Quot o Namar Mem by Nom. 19711 rage finder classified ads.6-7b crossword.5b daily break.7a editorial .4a sports.1-3b for Homo delivery Call circulation at 301 -722-4608 Fife fumed with soy Ink the Cumberland t my news is printed on newsprint that has recycled Content. This newspaper is rear cute

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