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  • Births: County residents welcome new family members

    Alice Vida Healey was born April 26, 2012, at 10:39 a.m. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces. Her parents are Danielle and Benjamin Healey, of Columbia. Her Maternal grandparents are Lori and Bruce Fried, of LaPlata. Her paternal grandparents are Shirley and...
  • Howard County military notices

    Army Maj. Melissa Covolesky, of Mount Airy, will graduate from The Army's Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School on Thursday, May 24, with a Master of Laws in military law and a specialty in international law. Covolesky, is the daughter of...
  • Four men charged in Mount Airy scrap metal theft

    The Carroll County Sheriff's Office said on Friday that deputies arrested four men in the theft of scrap metal in Mount Airy this week. Police said Travis Waddell, 19,  Branden Battle, 19, and Adam Nicholas Toth, 22, all from Mount Airy; and Dwayne...
  • Mistletoe Mart focuses art community on the holidays

    The arrival of November means not only Thanksgiving in Carroll County. Craft fairs and bazaars fill the calendar this month, offering a variety of items to meet every budget. Now in its 39th year, Ascension Episcopal Church's Mistletoe Mart in...
  • Two incumbents, challenger elected to Howard school board

    Voters in Howard County elected two incumbents and a first-time challenger to the school board on Tuesday. Incumbent Janet Siddiqui took the top spot, followed by first-time candidate Ann De Lacy and fellow incumbent Ellen Giles. Siddiqui said she was...
  • Carroll against ballot questions, votes for change in school board

    Carroll against ballot questions, votes for change in school board
    Carroll County voters turned out in strong numbers for the Nov. 6 general election, with more than 75 percent of eligible voters casting ballots either on election day or in early voting sessions last week. With 36 of 39 precincts reporting as of 10:45...
  • Damascus votes to allow beer, wine

    Damascus is about to get wet. The Montgomery County town, which had banned the sale of alcoholic beverages for as long as anyone can remember, voted Tuesday to permit local restaurants to sell wine and beer. Four times in the previous 35 years,...
  • New food offerings at the Maryland State Fair

    New food offerings at the Maryland State Fair
    The Maryland State Fair begins on Friday, and the Midway will again be the place for perennial favorites such as funnel cake and Italian sausage. But there are a few new twists for 2012, according to Jim Ingram of Deggeller Attractions, the Stuart, Fla.-...
  • Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton: A 10-year-old girl bakes treats to save her guinea pig

    On a recent Saturday, families were gathered at Western Regional Park to watch children play football, but for Dina Jones, there to watch a child's football game, something else caught her eye. Set up near the playing fields was a 10-year old girl...
  • Traffic: Accident on Eastern Avenue near President Street

    As of 9 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on Eastern Avenue near President Street, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on Edgewood Road near Pulaski Highway in Harford County, and Campbell Boulevard near Campbell Corporate Drive in Baltimore...
  • Orioles attendance not that bad

    Before The Sun's editorial board ("Baby, come back," Aug. 31) and Peter Schmuck ("The Orioles keep winning, but where are the fans?" Aug. 29) rib us about our alleged lack of attendance at Camden Yards, perhaps they should read their own paper. On the...
  • Power grid operator to consider canceling major transmission line projects

    Power grid operator to consider canceling major transmission line projects
    The state's power grid operator does not need a $3.3 billion pair of transmission line projects built through Maryland because the weak economy has slowed demand for electricity, the staff of operator PJM Interconnection has concluded. The staff will...