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  • Van Hollen opens satellite office in Mount Airy

    Van Hollen opens satellite office in Mount Airy
    Rep. Chris Van Hollen will celebrate the grand opening of his Mount Airy satellite office with a meet and greet for constituents tonight at 6 p.m. Van Hollen, a Democrat, represents the state's 8th Congressional District, which includes portions of...
  • Sykesville farm on the market 100 years ago [History Matters]

    100 Years Ago Lost and found In the For Sale column: "Farm of 108 acres located on the Triadelphia pike and Sykesville road, 4 miles from state road to Sykesville, fine dwelling, six rooms, good water, never failing spring 30 yards from house, 10...
  • Liberty Reservoir Day puts spotlight on shimmering asset

    It was 60 years ago this summer that Baltimore City began plans to fill what we now know as Liberty Reservoir. The 9,200 acres of the Liberty Reservoir tract are owned by Baltimore City and on July 27, Baltimore's Department of Public Works will hold...
  • Charity motorcycle ride benefits Hampstead girl

    Charity motorcycle ride benefits Hampstead girl
    For the family of Hampstead 7-year-old Carmen Chanaud, Saturday's third annual Mitchell Ride was even more than they anticipated. The Mitchell Ride, organized by the Finksburg-based Unchained Few motorcycle club, raises money for children with...
  • St. James United Methodist welcomes its new pastor [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    The congregants of St. James United Methodist Church recently welcomed a new pastor, Katie Saari, who graduated from Wesley Theological Seminary in 2012. Saari hails from Bloomington, Ind., but is excited to be part of this community and eagerly...
  • St. Charles College site advertised for sale 100 years ago [History Matters]

    100 Years Ago Carroll's college "St. Charles College Land Will Be Sold; Final Decision of Court Of Appeals Sustains Contention Of Mr. Harper Carroll, and Valuable Tract Reverts To Heirs Of  The Signer." "In this issue of The Times will be seen an...
  • DUI checkpoint planned in Finksburg

    The Maryland State Police Westminster Barrack will conduct a sobriety checkpoint Saturday on Baltimore Boulevard at Bethel Road in Finksburg in conjunction with Checkpoint Strikeforce, a multi-state campaign to combat drunk driving. State police will be...
  • Historic Ellicott City partnership wants to hire town manager

    Historic Ellicott City partnership wants to hire town manager
    An excursion train to transport passengers between Ellicott City and Baltimore via existing railroad tracks is one of the ideas being considered by a revamped Main Street organization. Uncovering the portion of the Tiber River that currently flows under...
  • No wine-ing for Bosley, Waldhauser in 5K at Boordy Vineyards

    Harford runners captured two second-place finishes in the Charm City Run 5K Trail Race at Boordy Vineyards Sunday in Hydes. Adam Bosley of Bel Air finished second in the men's race in 17:21 and Courtney Waldhauser of Fallston took second in the women'...
  • Funding sought for Charles Carroll Elementary modernization

    Funding sought for Charles Carroll Elementary modernization
    A modernization project for Charles Carroll Elementary School in Westminster tops the list of capital improvement project funding sought by Carroll County Public Schools for fiscal year 2015. Facilities planner Bill Caine presented the school system's...
  • Through the years, tracks around state have drawn hardcore motorsports enthusiasts

    Through the years, tracks around state have drawn hardcore motorsports enthusiasts
    The race car — what's left of it — sits in a yard in Middle River, a rusty hulk entombed by weeds. The engine's gone; the tires rotted. "It ain't very pretty to look at," Pete Kantorsky, Jr. said of the 1937 Ford. But one man's junk is...
  • Like chili and beer? Sykesville has a festival for you [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    Sykesville Main Street is gearing up for its fall activities. Registration has ended for the contest portion of the Sykesville Chili Cook-Off and Beer Festival, but the event needs participants to enjoy the fun! Come out between noon and 4 p.m. on...