- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

July 28—FROSTBURG — Water service has been restored to the Grahamtown area after a burst water main was repaired by Frostburg city employees.

Allegany County 911 Emergency Center was notified by the city of Frostburg shortly after 6 a.m., Tuesday that the repairs had been completed and service restored.

The water main in the area of Green and Grant streets burst just before 5 p.m., Monday. A team of city employees immediately converged on the area to perform the necessary repairs to restore service to the affected areas of the community.


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