A proxy fight, the second in as many years, appears likely at this fall's annual shareholder meeting of First Financial Corporation of Western Maryland.

Though the $330 million-asset Cumberland thrift agreed this week to its largest shareholder's demand that it explore the possibility of sale, its board on Wednesday refused to put any of his director nominees on the annual ballot.

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