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  • FSU-German University Sign Faculty-Student Exchange Agreement | The Appalachian Independent
    in Bad Mergentheim Germany exchanged signed faculty student exchange agreements at an official ceremony at DHBW Mosbach In the photo are from left Dr Seon Su Kim the vice president of DHBW Mosbach and the head of campus Tootoonchi Jeck Schlottmann Dr Rainer Jochum chair of the Department of International Business from DHBW Mosbach and Dr Albert Strecker the vice president of DHBW Mosbach and the dean of business faculty

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news/88-community-news/3679-fsu-german-university-sign-faculty-student-exchange-agreement (2016-04-30)
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  • Preservation Maryland Weighs in on Rolling Mill/Maryland Ave Redevelopment Project | The Appalachian Independent
    and 5A 326 of the State Finance and Procurement Act Preservation Maryland has made yet another request and is reviewing all options should the Cumberland Economic Development Corporation refuse to comply with established law Fortunately many prudent and feasible alternatives exist and Preservation Maryland stands prepared to assist the city and residents alike in adopting a new strategy that engages the community and addresses reinvestment and economic development in a manner respectful of Cumberland s past and future Preservation Maryland is prepared to assist in drafting that plan the moment the City of Cumberland tables this costly damaging and unsustainable proposal Preservation Maryland s Executive Director Nicholas Redding noted Economic development and well preserved communities can and do coexist together We re optimistic the attention our opposition will bring will make the city reconsider their proposal and take us up on our legitimate offer to work towards a much more vibrant and prosperous future for this community ALTERNATIVES TO EMINENT DOMAIN AND COSTLY DEMOLITION PROJECT EXIST Preservation Maryland the state s oldest and largest historic preservation advocacy organization joined a growing chorus of concerned local citizens in announcing their serious concern today over a proposed project in Cumberland Maryland that would demolish a historic neighborhood to make way for incompatible and economically unsustainable low density commercial sprawl The proposed project takes a page from the disastrous urban renewal projects of the 1960s and focuses its efforts on the Rolling Mill neighborhood on Cumberland s historic eastern edge Portions of the neighborhood have already been listed as a National Historic District by the Maryland Historical Trust while many of the adjoining properties not yet included in the formal District are also considered to be eligible for inclusion in the District by architectural historians In addition unlike many historic structure demolition efforts

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news/88-community-news/3676-preservation-maryland-weighs-in-on-rolling-millmaryland-ave-redevelopment-project (2016-04-30)
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  • Cumberland Downtown Parking Workshop Set | The Appalachian Independent
    asked to clearly define perceived parking challenges in the Downtown as well as recommend solutions for resolving those challenges Representatives from the City the Police Department and the Downtown Development Commission will be present to respond to concerns and challenges presented as well as provide information relative to the current parking configurations in Downtown Cumberland I hope that the Downtown business community and consumers will participate in this workshop meeting

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news/88-community-news/3675-cumberland-downtown-parking-workshop-set (2016-04-30)
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  • Cumberland Downtown Parking Workshop Set | The Appalachian Independent
    asked to clearly define perceived parking challenges in the Downtown as well as recommend solutions for resolving those challenges Representatives from the City the Police Department and the Downtown Development Commission will be present to respond to concerns and challenges presented as well as provide information relative to the current parking configurations in Downtown Cumberland I hope that the Downtown business community and consumers will participate in this workshop meeting

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news/88-community-news/3674-cumberland-downtown-parking-workshop-set (2016-04-30)
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  • Community News | The Appalachian Independent
    am BB T Rockin New Year s Eve with annual midnight Ball Drop followed by fireworks Looking for a great location for your next big event Check Read more Rolling Mill Maryland Ave Residents Respond to Development Plans Community News Community News Written by Save Our Neighborhood Citizens of Rolling Mill Wednesday 16 December 2015 11 16 Editor s Note Cumberland Mayor and Council approved a 2 5 million dollar expenditure during last night s Mayor and Council meeting Neighborhood residents opposed to the plan were in attendance with signs saying Save Our Homes Several Cumberland residents including myself Kara Rogers Thomas spoke in opposition to the plan and or to ask for greater transparency Individuals from the area immediately impacted by this developmen plan met last week to draft this public response This is a direct response from the SAVE OUR NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP Our group is comprised of homeowners in Rolling Mill whom are totally opposed to the destruction of what the City of Cumberland and the Cumberland Economic Development Corporation refer to as Read more Downtown Cumberland Happenings Community News Community News Written by Becky McClarran Wednesday 16 December 2015 11 01 What s Happening in Downtown Cumberland Presents for Paws Saturday December 19 Love the Local Shop Dine Support Local Businesses Like us on Facebook Visit Cumberland Maryland Saturday with Santa Visit with Santa Claus Saturday afternoon December 19 from 1 00 3 00 PM at The Book Center in Downtown Cumberland Bring a camera for photos Presents for Paws a great local tradition for the whole family Saturday December 19 11 5 at the Allegany County Animal Shelter 716 Furnace Street Celebrating Christmas with our shelter animals is an amazingly rewarding experience for elves of all ages The ACAS invite you to see all the positive

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news?start=9 (2016-04-30)
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  • Community News | The Appalachian Independent
    in September This high quality training on state of the art equipment is designed to help bridge the skills gap for employment in advanced manufacturing and enable completers to enter a fasting growing industry Jobs for CNC operators Read more Ahmad Tootoonchi Named Interim Provost at FSU Community News Community News Written by FSU News and Media Services Monday 27 July 2015 14 40 Sydney Duncan Named Associate Provost Sudhir Singh Named Acting Dean Dr Ahmad Tootoonchi dean of the Frostburg State University College of Business has been named interim provost and vice president for Academic Affairs one of several appointments within the division Previous Provost William Childs has returned to his faculty position in the Department of Educational Professions Dr Tootoonchi brings to this position a tireless work ethic and a deep commitment to FSU and our students said Interim President Thomas L Bowling His leadership of the College of Business has resulted in higher enrollments and greater opportunities for both students and faculty to engage in global learning experiences Tootoonchi whose doctorate is in leadership and Read more Allegany College Offers New Program in Cyber Technology Community News Community News Written by Gil Hazelwood Monday 27 July 2015 14 32 CUMBERLAND Md Allegany College of Maryland is launching new academic programs in cyber technology that will prepare graduates for careers in the growing cybersecurity industry ACM is this fall introducing associate degree and certificate programs that will help employers fill job openings in this important information technology sector These new credit options to be complemented by workforce development training through continuing education are offered with support from the U S Department of Labor ACM is sharing in a nearly 15 million federal grant that is enabling it and other Maryland community colleges to establish Cyber Technology Pathways Across

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news?start=18 (2016-04-30)
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  • Community News | The Appalachian Independent
    School to Hold Second Annual Science Showcase Community News Community News Written by Ty DeMartino Wednesday 29 April 2015 16 20 Bishop Walsh School will host its Second Annual Science Showcase on Sat May 9 from 10 am 1 pm at the school on Bishop Walsh Road in Cumberland The event open to all area children ages PreK 12th grade will include cool hands on scientific experiments involving exploding gummy bears back by popular demand hovercraft rides gushing geysers flaming bubbles glow in the dark slime rocket launches a robotics demo and more Pre register at www bishopwalsh org or 301 724 5360 x105 Participants will be entered to win an iPad Air at the showcase The event is sponsored by The Catholic Community Foundation Bishop Walsh School Phenix Technologies and Orbital ATK Photo FLAMING BUBBLES Bishop Walsh Science Teacher Lynn Fritz right demonstrates the Read more Book Signing by Children s Book Author Community News Community News Written by Loretta Radeschi Thursday 23 April 2015 08 50 Children s book author Loretta Radeschi of Bedford will sign copies of Buddy and His Pals True Stories of Horses Llamas and Cats and Mr and Mrs Sock and the True Spirit of Christmas at the Spring into Wellness Expo at Live Well Chiropractic 1634 Quaker Valley Rd New Paris Pa on April 25 from 10 am to 2 pm Radeschi will also have available for the first time child size pillows featuring full color illustrations from Buddy and His Pals The eight inch pillows have a one inch border the ten inch pillows include a two inch border Also new this year are sock dolls made in the image of Mr and Mrs Sock The dolls measure six and eight inches tall and come in a variety of hair and clothing

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news?start=27 (2016-04-30)
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  • Community News | The Appalachian Independent
    00 p m Allegany County Government operates a supervised compost site for Allegany County residents and businesses at 11700 PPG Road in the North Branch Industrial Park off of MD Route Read more ACM to Host Annual Open House April 11 Community News Community News Written by Gil Hazelwood Wednesday 25 March 2015 07 49 Allegany College of Maryland highlights wide ranging opportunities Saturday April 11 when it hosts an open house combining important education and career information with the chance to win valuable tuition assistance This 18 th annual event from 9 a m to 1 30 p m on the Cumberland campus showcases ACM s numerous credit programs in career and transfer areas The college is known for quality education delivered at reasonable cost at convenient locations ACM offers more than 60 career programs designed for prompt application in the workplace There are also nearly three dozen transfer programs which prepare graduates to continue their studies at four year colleges Campus buildings hosting credit programs will be open Read more Breakfast with the Easter Bunnies Community News Community News Written by Becky McClarran Friday 20 March 2015 08 40 Peter Cottontail and his bunny buddy Chocolate are making a special trip for a fun filled Easter breakfast celebration on Saturday March 28 from 9 11 am at Windsor Castle Events Centre 210 S Centre Street in Downtown Cumberland Breakfast with the Easter Bunnies is sponsored by the Downtown Cumberland Business Association Breakfast with Santa has been so successful that we decided to expand it to Breakfast with the Easter Bunnies explained Ed Mullaney Downtown Cumberland Business Association member We wanted to create a fun event for families kids parents grandparents aunts and uncles Breakfast is being served by DCBA member Queen City Creamery and includes pancakes link sausage

    Original URL path: http://appindie.org/index.php/community-news?start=36 (2016-04-30)
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