Western Maryland provides breathtaking mountain and river views and includes Allegany, Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties. From Deep Creek Lake in Garrett County to hiking and biking along the C&O Canal or white water rafting, Western Maryland attracts those who love nature and the outdoors. Its rich history includes the Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single-day battle in the Civil War, along with important stops on the Underground Railroad. Today, the City of Frederick, Hagerstown and Cumberland form the backbone of business and commerce in western Maryland, and there is a growing high-tech industry in Frederick County and increasing tourism throughout the region.
|01/25 –||Cardin Receives Award from the Development District Association of Appalachia|
|01/24 –||Cardin, Mikulski, Rep. Delaney Urge FEMA to Reconsider Emergency Assistance For Garrett Co.|
|12/05 –||Cardin Says All Available Resources Should Support Maryland Victims Of Hurricane Sandy|
|11/14 –||Cardin Applauds Selection Of Frederick Police Chief Dine To Head U.S. Capitol Police Force|
|10/13 –||Cardin Attends Ribbon-Cutting For Big Slackwater Historic Towpath Restoration|