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  • John E. Konrad, broadcasting executive

    John E. Konrad, vice president and general manager of a Takoma Park radio station, died Jan. 2 of bilateral pneumonia at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 43 and lived in Mount Airy. The son of a Seventh-day Adventist minister and a...
  • 10 Days: A guide to activities in Carroll County

    1/13 Sunday Brunch on the hill On Sun., Jan. 13, at 11 a.m., McDaniel College, 2 College Hill, Westminster, will host a Sunday brunch buffet with live music. The cost is $12 and includes a mimosa or bloody Mary, or $7.75 without an alcoholic beverage....
  • Best and worst gifts for teachers

    Best and worst gifts for teachers
    Every good teacher deserves a gift — rare tokens of appreciation for their hard work. But, Andrea Segovia, third-grade teacher at Ashburton Elementary School in Bethesda, was a little concerned when she unwrapped an expensive-looking necklace...
  • Crafting a seat at history's table

    Crafting a seat at history's table
    White marble has stood as a Baltimore icon for decades, primarily as rowhouse steps, the preferred gathering place for residents in many neighborhoods. The marble also served as the street-level façade for a number of downtown buildings, greeting...
  • 'Light snow event' expectations lowered slightly

    'Light snow event' expectations lowered slightly
    The third wet winter weather system to pass through Maryland in a week was expected to add to the young season's snow tally Saturday, but a late start and some drier air could make it difficult except in areas north and west of Baltimore. Snow was...
  • Century High School set to host prom fashion show

    Century High School's junior class, in partnership with Deja vu Boutique in Mount Airy, will host a Prom Fashion Show on Saturday, Jan. 5, 6-9 p.m., at Century High School, 355 Ronsdale Road, Sykesville. Students will be able to view the latest prom...
  • Parr's Ridge students gather pennies for American Red Cross

    Students at Parr's Ridge Elementary School, in Mount Airy, recently raised $1,351 to donate to the American Red Cross in support of victims of Superstorm Sandy victims. Students raised the money by participating in "Penny Wars," which had grade levels...
  • Mount Airy man found shot dead on Ocean City beach

    A 27-year-old Mount Airy man was found dead on the beach in Ocean City on Tuesday morning, with what police believe was a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Officers were called to the beach near 45th Street about 7:55 a.m. for reports of an unresponsive man...
  • A passionate organizer has broadened Horizons

    A passionate organizer has broadened Horizons
    When 15-year-old Ian Kennedy moved to Columbia from Crofton with his mother in 1992, he never could have predicted the impact he would have on his new community. "Ian is a real Howard County success story," said County Executive Ken Ulman, Kennedy's...
  • Salvation Army kettle coins include 1893 Liberty gold piece

    On Dec. 8, while counting the coins from the Salvation Army's kettles, Janice Veney, director of Carroll County Salvation Army Service Center, received a pleasant surprise. A 1893 Liberty $10 gold piece was wrapped inside a note in a small plastic bag...
  • Commissioners get earful on 'official English' proposal

    Residents of Carroll County filled the public hearing room at the County Office Building on Dec. 11 to voice opposition, support or in some cases indignation over the county's proposal to render English as the official language of the county. "It's...
  • Mount Airy light display benefits foster children

    Mount Airy light display benefits foster children
    Glenn Zior's neighbors in Mount Airy have never been bothered by lights flashing four hours every night and traffic filling the narrow street as car after car stops to watch and maybe leave a donation, he said. In fact, many have asked him when his...