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Vinnie Naylor Jr over 5 years ago

Just an FYI about I 70 road construction east bound starting Friday and lasting until Monday. Please read news release below



Beginning November 11, Drivers Should Use MD 26 or MD 144 as Eastbound Alternates

(November 4, 2016) – On Friday evening, November 11, the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA) will close the two right lanes on eastbound I-70 between MD 27 (Ridge Road) and MD 94 (Woodbine Road) for weekend pavement repairs.

SHA will close the far right lane on eastbound I-70 at 9 a.m., then the two right lanes at 9 p.m. Friday, November 11. Two lanes will remain closed until 5 a.m. Monday, November 14 or until curing strength has been reached and it is safe to open to traffic.

Crews will remove several large sections of deteriorating pavement, clean the entire area of loose concrete, then pour new concrete

Peggy Cook about 6 years ago

Parents and ladies,

I am Sam's stepdad and you may have seen me recording the defense at most games. I have lately taken to recording the entire game. It's not professional or an "eye in the sky" but you are welcome to view and download the videos. Just let me know your email address and I will add you to the share account. Ladies, you are doing so well!!! Just awesome!

Peggy Cook about 6 years ago

Lenfesty, Cadets turn the tide, top Titans
By Greg Swatek 5 hrs ago 0
On the night of April 4, tears ran down the cheeks of Sam Lenfesty.

The sophomore goalie for the Frederick High girls lacrosse team, Lenfesty was understandably disappointed. She had just allowed an overtime goal to friend and club lacrosse teammate Quinlin Gray of Tuscarora on a free-position shot.

It was the eighth goal of the game for Gray, a Division I prospect who simultaneously lifted the Titans and deflated the Cadets.

But circumstances and feelings have changed dramatically since then. And, if Lenfesty is going to shed any more tears, they will likely be joyful ones.

On Friday, Frederick advanced to its first sectional final in the Class 3A-2A West playoffs with a 10-6 victory at Tuscarora. Lenfesty shined in this one, shutting down numerous scoring opportunities for the Titans, including a few from point-blank range.

She will carry good vibes and a great deal of confidence