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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Cumberland, Maryland Inside today football preview Allegany campers pm 4 Cumberland be a times news serving Western Maryland and the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia vol. 76-no. 242 Cumberland Maryland i wednesday september 2,2015 daily single copy $1 of i sunday $2.00 two City teens arrested in alleged beating robbery both jailed on $20k for sunday assault for m staff report s Cumberland a two City residents were arrested tuesday after they allegedly beat and robbed a Man sunday on Lane Avenue in la Vale. Deputies from the Allegany county sheriff s office arrested Christian Xavier Ross 18. At his residence on Columbia Avenue without incident. Following Christian Ross Devin Robinette a preliminary appearance before a District court commissioner. He was ordered held on $20,000 and jailed at the Allegany county detention Center pending his next court appearance. After learning there was a warrant for his arrest the second suspect. Devin Thomas Robinette 19. Turned him see two a 2a police Union contract officially approved City officers to be equipped with eight new bulletproof vests Greg Larry a Larrv times n fax s Cut to Cumberland a the mayor and City Council voted unanimously tuesday to approve a hard fought three year contract Between the City and the Union representing the Cumberland police department. With negotiations that included Federal mediation. Final ratification of the contract Between the City and the United food and commercial workers local 1994 took nearly a year to Complete. The contract was accepted during the regu Lar meeting of the mayor and City Council at cite Hall. A collective bargaining agreement the contract will give the 45 police officers below the rank of sergeant a i percent Cost of living raise and a i percent Bonus increase. The contract had been verbally approved by the City and the Union in Early August. However final approval was delayed due to a technical glitch that omitted language for the i percent Bonus from the see police �?2a Washington a the Cumberland police department will receive eight bulletproof vests As part of the department of Justice s bulletproof Vest partnership program according to u s. Sen Barbara a. Mikulski. Vice chairwoman of the Senate approx Ria see City a 2a Book buying time of year a. Company purchases four local radio stations Hollidaysburg based Media firm buys organizations after two weeks on Market Steve Bittner times news Robert Turnbull of Chesapeake City Leafs through a the ethics of what to eat Quot at the Frostburg state University Bookstore on tuesday before purchasing the Book for a philosophy of food class. Greg Larry Cumberland a an established Pennsylvania Media company has purchased four local radio stations that had been up for Sale for just to o weeks. Forever Media inc., based in Hollidaysburg. Pa., has purchased Otbo am Worb pm and am Wngo pm go 106 and the River a pm 105.7 translator. The stations had been owned by Dix Community tons. Of Wooster Ohio since a of Brand go 106 Are rated the no. 1 and no. 2 stations in Western Maryland according to Nielsen. 1977. Worb was purchased later by Dix in june 1997. A press release was issued by Charles Dix president of Dix communications. The release quoted Lynn Dep pen. Forever Media president. A forever Media is extremely excited to Wel come the talented broadcasters of the Dix stations in Maryland to the forever said Deppen. The Purchase must be approved by the Federal communications commission before the Deal is final. That process can take two months with the Transfer not Complete until acc approval is granted. Forever Media owns radio outlets in Western and Cen trial Pennsylvania stations owned by forever Media Are see a. A 2a deaths Bland Earl Grant 77. Of Williamsburg a Brown a a William g 75. Of Ridgeley w a Dunham Shirley j86, of Asheboro no Felten a Charles c 91 of Cumber land gift James d81 of Keyser w a Leonard Jan of Salt Lake City Utah Logsdon Adele Williams 80 of Somerset a Michael Gene g79, of Petersburg w a Morton a Paul re a 74, of Cumberland Parker Mabel c78, of Oldtown Robertson Margaret v 96 of Cumberland Stultz Marjorie b 84 of Everett a. Obituaries on pages 5a, 8a Queen City Creamery closing its doors after 13 years in business building Complete with equipment for Sale from staf f reports Cumberland after 13 years in business Queen City Creamery is closing its doors. The ice Cream parlor and Deli located at 108 Harrison st., will close on or before oct. 30, depending on How Long inventory lasts according to owner Terry Michels. �?�1 have been unsuccessful in my efforts to sell my Busi Ness even though i have lowered the Price consider ably to just Market value of the building and equipment a Michels wrote in a letter a i hate adding to Cumberland s inventory of empty buildings and i Pray it Doest re Mam the Case for very Long As i do have a mortgage to pay i keep hoping for some family to come Forward w to has the resources and commitment to carry on Quot Michels is asking $350,out for the building and All fur Rushings and equipment with $160,000 Down with consider Bon for owner financing for the balance according to a Facebook Post the building was appraised at $285,000 a i m getting the word out so that everyone has an Opportunity to redeem their outstand my gift cards or we by auction certificates but mainly so my employees will have an Opportunity to find new jobs Quot wrote Michels. A it has been an amazing 13 years i have Learned so much about myself hav e made some wonderful friends and have found a new appreciation for hide pendent business in the letter. Michels thanked her employees Fame the Queen City Creamery 108 Harrison St will be dosing its doors on or before oct 30, depending on How Long inventory lasts according to owner Terry Michels. The building and All its furnishings and equipment is for Sale at $350,000, by friends and Loyal customers for their support. A i truly love Cumberland and especially the downtown business Community i know their struggles and appreciate their determination. But at 67 years old it is time for me to move on to a different life Quot wrote Michels. A i will always fondly recall my Days and nights and weekends spent at the Queen City 9 7 1 1 3 o 3 5 1 o 6 Page finder a classified ads 6-7b crossword. 4b daily break.5b deaths 5a, 8a editorial. 4a sports. 1-2b for Home delivery Call circulation at 301 -722-4608 is Perry Wellington realty 214 Carol Street beautifully maintained 3 by 2 a Home in popular West Side $83,000 Sunset Orchard bring your business to the Mountain Side of my. Borders Rocky Gap Call for details. Call Armand Smith Berger i realtor 301-707-2495 local agents offering full service at 4.5% in to we and f Call 240-979-4660 a 217 Washington

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