In The News
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) published the following op-ed in Washington Jewish Week on November 9, 2016:
UN's Anti-Israel Resolutions Are Unjust
By Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6)
ROHRERSVILLE — Back in 1916, the Rohrersville Cornet Band built a small concert hall on property formerly owned by the band's founder, G. Washington McCoy.
A few years later, Richard L. Haynes was born.
Frederick County and city officials gathered with others Tuesday to recognize Black History Month and highlight the importance of the African-American community in the county, said County Executive Jan Gardner.
From the Cumberland Times-News:
CUMBERLAND — U.S. Rep. John Delaney was treated to a tour of the Footer Dye Works building on Wednesday during a visit to Western Maryland.
"It's exciting to see a redevelopment project here in Cumberland," said Delaney while meeting members of the press prior to the tour.
MCHENRY — U.S. Rep. John Delaney will tour the new WVU Cancer Institute at Garrett Regional Medical Center later this month.
Delaney was helpful in the development of the institute by supporting efforts with governmental agencies that ultimately approved funding for the center, hospital officials said.
On October 4, 2015, Congressman John Delaney, who represents Maryland’s 6th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, hosted an “Office Hours” event at Frostburg State University.
FREDERICK, MD. (LG) The Fisher House Foundation is celebrating 25 years of providing a 'home away from home' for families of wounded warriors and veterans receiving care at V-A and military medical centers. From the White House to Capitol Hill, the Fisher House Foundation has many supporters, including 6th District Congressman John Delaney.
Coverage from the Hagerstown Herald-Mail on Rep. John Delaney's Veterans' Constituent Services Workshop in Hagerstown:
Coverage from the Hagerstown Herald-Mail on the passage of the Clay Hunt SAV Act:
Delaney praises veterans bill