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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Of Quot partly sunny a Shower a 56 q 38 acc weather forecast on 8a Michigan state Duke Advance to final four we can Knock oat an Bonnett Par or 240-Mo-4946 a 304-20 Nett a i n ump com s. Wv050994 licensed amp insured a or Emi a Gas Cumberland times news sports observing Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia Vai. 76-no. 88 we ask Cumberland Maryland i monday March 30,2015 daily single copy 75c i sunday $1.50 do you have any issues using the downtown crosswalks Northeast despite highest Gas costs resists pipelines about 20 projects proposed in Region Angel Aldridge Lucy Aldridge 2 Cumberland a the walk lights at the intersection at Baltimore Street and Mechanic Street Don t work. I made Eye Contact with the Driver stopped at Baltimore Street before Ethan Aldridge Cumberland a the Light at Baltimore Street does t work. I pushed the walk Button and waited for a few traffic cycles but the walk Light never came Janis Carter Cumberland a i done to use the crosswalks very much but As a Motorist i find the pedestrians in Cumberland to be polite and courteous when using the crosswalks Quot compiled by Victoria Kroemer Faye Cole Lavale a it can be confusing. The lights should be calibrated to Stop All traffic from each direction for three minutes. There Are elderly people who use the crosswalks coming from the Kensington Etc. In a sure its Rik Stevens associated press writer Concord . A there is near Universal agreement that the Northeast has to expand its Energy Supply to rein in the nations highest costs and that cheap abundant relatively clean natural Gas could be at least a Short term answer. But heels dig deep when it comes to those thorniest of questions How and where proposals to build or expand natural Gas pipelines Are met with an up swell of citizen discontent. At the end of last year a Massachusetts route selected by Texas based Kinder Morgan generated so much venom that the company nudged it North into new Hampshire a where the venom is also flowing freely. During this Winter s town meetings a centuries old Staple of local governance in new England people in the nine towns touched by the route voted to oppose the project. That Northeast direct line is one of about 20 pipeline projects being proposed throughout the Northeast where savvy environmental and political forces Combine with population density to provide a formidable bulwark. There s another reason the loudest protests Are All coming from the Region they re where the Gas is. Waiting just East of the Gas Rich Marcellus shale Region. A everyone seems to know the Northeast has a pipeline capacity problem but not Many seem to be willing to make Many see Northeast a 2a City Man charged in arson threat from staff reports Cumberland a a Cumberland Man remained jailed sunday following his arrest on numerous charges including assault arson threat robbery and destruction of property according to the Cumberland police department. Gerald Allen Moore 24, was arrested sunday on the charges contained in a warrant obtained by the alleged victim. Following the arrest Moore was jailed on $25,000 Bond set by a District court commissioner pending a court bail review. Police said the charges Stem from an incident on March 20 at an Oldtown Road residence where the victim was allegedly assaulted and threats were allegedly made to Burn Down her Home. The victim apparently did not require medical treatment. The arrest was made during a traffic Stop on Frederick Street police said. Gerald Moore a police log continued on Page 7a Michael a Sawyers times news a Maryland wildlife amp heritage service Crew on March 25 weighs a sow Bear that was Tranquili Zed and removed from a Hillside Den near deep Creek Lake. The sow weighed 235 pounds and had Given birth to three cubs. Cumberland a during March. Maryland wildlife amp heritage service Crews visited Bear Dens in the state s four Western counties that housed 12 sows and a total of 37 cubs. A that keeps our Long term average of sows per cub at 3.0,�?� said Harry Spiker Bear project Leader. A though this year the sows per cub ranged from one Young sow that had Only one cub to a 15-year-old sow that gave birth to examining that fecund sow on the Green Ridge state Forest and her quintuplets was a Challenge according to Spiker. Signals from radio collars worn by the soars reveal the Den locations. A she had gone in a Hole 12 feet off the ground in a big Oak tree and was King inside the tree about three feet below the Hole a he wildlife �?2a Romney receives Federal Grant for Street work sidewalk improvements new signage planned at . 50, route 28 intersection Marla Pisciotta times my s correspondent Romney . A West Virginia gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recently presented Romney mayor Dan Hileman and City administrator Eileen Johnson with a transportation alternative Grant for $214,720, according to Brent Walker West Virginia division of highways director of communications. A i am very excited to receive this Grant a Hileman said. The project consists of improve ments to sidewalks minor drainage related to sidewalk construction to include a Bio retention Garden and Green space on both sides of main Street. The location of the project is at the Corners of . Route 50 and state route 28. It also includes the installation of new Street signage and an interpretive Kiosk. A Grant match of $53,680 from the City will escalate the total project Cost Tosee Romney a 2a from the left Are City of Romney administrator Eileen Johnson. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and Romney mayor Dan deaths Bowman a Thomas j. Ill 90, of Franklin. Cook a Orville a. 53, of Petersburg. Cupp a Barbara a67, of Shanks w a. Garlitz a Michael sr., 71, formerly of old town. Minnick a Emory f., 68, of Frostburg. Poland a Sandra l72, of Romney w a Rodeheaver Rosetta c. 82, of Oakland Rose a John a. 45. Of Ridgeley Seabolt a John a 57, of Franklin. . Vansickle Ora j 66, of Accident Warnick a Anna m97, of Luke obituaries on Page 7a Page finder a classified ads 6-7b crossword .5b daily break deaths. 6a editorial 7a sports 4a 1-4b 97113 035 10 for Home delivery Call circulation at 301 -722-4608 Den mothers wildlife officials keep track of area bears sow found on Green Ridge with five cubs Michael a. Sawyers times news staff writer be for Spring Spruce up with the equity urn have built in or. 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