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    KEYSER MAN ARRESTED FOR BURGLARIES

    Keyser resident Kurtis Edward Braithwaite has been accused of stealing more than $1200 from TS Cellular/Radio Shack, off Route 220. He is accused of going into the store after hours and taking money from the cash drawer. There was no forced entry, and Braithwaite got into the store, using a key from a TS Cellular employee. He is being held at the Potomac Highlands Jail on $6200 bond.

     

    RENEWAL REQUESTED FOR AUTOCROSS EVENT

    Because of new information received, there may be autocross events at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport next year. Members of the National Road Autosport LLC are asking that a renewal for the event be placed on the October agenda of the Potomac Highlands Airport Authority. Delegate Gary Howell says Maryland U.S. Senator Ben Cardin has instructed the regional FAA office to work with the authority to prepare a plan for a non-aeronautical event to be held at the airport.

     

    MCDA DISCUSSES TECHNOLOGY PARK

    The Fort Ashby Business and Technology Park is being considered by "an organization or entity." MCDA members were tight-lipped about purchase of the park, because of confidentiality in the early portion of the purchase procedure. The acreage, plus the shell building would have to be sold for market value, as per the Federal Economic Development Agency rules. A suggestion was also made to contact state development officials for forgiveness of the loan for the building.

     

    TWO ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY

    Two people were arrested Sunday night on Emily Street, and charged with fourth-degree burglary and destruction of property. Queen City Drive residents James Anthony Moore and Carla Marie Gilmore were taken into custody.  Both told police there were two other people in the home, but left prior to the arrival of police. They were taken for a bond hearing, and released on personal recognizance.

     

    B-52 DOCUMENTARY BEING PRODUCED

    A documentary film on the 1964 crash of a B-52 bomber in the Grantsville area is being prepared by the grandson of the pilot of the jet. Matt McCormick was in the Grantsville area for the 50th anniversary observance of the event in July, and is producing a film, which should be finished by next year or early 2016. A "Kickstarter" social media campaign has been started, to help Matt finish the film. So far, it has raised nearly $4,000 or the $25,000 needed. A preview of the film and directions on how to contribute to Kickstarter campaign can be found at "https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mattmccormick.buzz-one-four."

     

    ANNEXATION HEARING SET FOR TONIGHT

    The city of Keyser will make their case on annexing 92 acres south and west of the city line before the Mineral County Commissioners tonight. A hearing last week drew few residents, but tonight's outcome will determine if the city will make a "minor boundary adjustment," and annex the land. Mayor Randy Amtower says the move is "critical to the future financial health of the city of Keyser," according to the Mineral News-Tribune.

     

    SENATORS, CONGRESSMAN ANNOUNCE BEL AIR FUNDING

    Maryland United States Senators Ben Cardin and Barbara Mikulski, along with U.S. Congressman John Delaney has announced that the Allegany County Board of Education has received a grant of over $34,000 from the Appalachian Regional Commission, to fund the extension of fiber optic cable at the Bel Air Elementary School, as announced last week. Bel Air is the only school in the county without fiber optic connectivity.

     

    BROWN, HOGAN ACCUSE EACH OTHER OF LYING

    Maryland's gubernatorial candidates are accusing one another of lying, as the campaign for the State House heats up. Even though Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry  Hogan says that was not the case in primaries, the Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown's camp has come out with 4 attack ads. And, Hogan claims that Brown's campaign has violated one aspect of election laws. Hogan says one of Brown's ads claimed he (Hogan) was going to take $300 million out of funding for pre-K, and give it to wealthy corporations. Hogan claims the O'Malley/Brown administration has instituted 40 consecutive tax hikes, that have resulted in an increase of $10 billion.

     

    GAS PRICES DECREASING

    You may have noticed lower gas prices in the area, as Triple-A, Mid-Atlantic says the switch to a winter blend has driven the price to an average of $3.32 per gallon. A decrease in the price of gas this time of year is not unusual, with projections showing a 10 to 20 cent drop in the coming months.

     

    ARRESTS MADE IN ILLEGAL GINSENG HARVESTING

    Eleven arrests and 190 pounds of dry ginseng were seized in West Virginia. The West Virginia Department of Natural Resources estimates the market value at $180,000; also seized in the arrests were stolen guns, illegal drugs and $30,000 in cash. The ginseng digging season began September 1st and ends November 30th. The ginseng seized was harvested before the season began.


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