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  • Summer of adventure for Scouts of Troop 007 [West Friendship]

    The Boy Scouts of Troop 007 left no stones unturned during the summer of 2013. This local troop meets for regular meetings on Monday evenings at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Glenwood. A band of boys from Troop 007 encountered harrowing rapids and...
  • Westminster teacher named state health educator of the year

    Westminster teacher named state health educator of the year
    Westminster High School health teacher Kellie Hurst said she enjoys teaching health and wellness because it is a subject that isn't properly promoted in American culture. "I want to see the kids reach toward and strive toward self-actualization and...
  • 'Disney' at South Carroll High Nov. 6-7

    South Carroll High School's produced its play For the Love of Three Oranges earlier in the year. The school's glee club will perform "Disney – Then and Now" on Nov. 6 and Nov. 7. The show will feature a lot of cast and audience interaction, said...
  • Liberty High's 'Shrek' is a monster effort

    Liberty High's 'Shrek' is a monster effort
    It takes seven people to make Dragon come to life. The love of Donkey's life took Alexandra Ward, 17, three months to create, a lot of trial and error and a failed first attempt. Total appearances for the 25-foot long puppet during Liberty High School's...
  • For local breweries, a heady time

    For local breweries, a heady time
    Cousins Dan Baumiller and Nick Fertig launched Full Tilt Brewing in December, brewing beers in the basement of Baumiller's Sykesville home. Now, less than a year later, Full Tilt beers are on tap at more than 180 bars and restaurants and sold at more...
  • Water service restored to businesses after main break at St. Paul and Saratoga

    A six-inch water main broke in downtown Baltimore on Tuesday morning, and some nearby businesses had their water shut off for most of Tuesday as crews worked to repair the damage, officials said. The main, at Saratoga and St. Paul streets, was repaired...
  • Inmates build curbs for town, gain work skills

    Inmates build curbs for town, gain work skills
    Maryland inmates on work duty have long been given a highly visible job: picking up garbage along the state's highways. Though the work has helped keep shoulders and medians free of litter, corrections officials acknowledge it doesn't do much to prepare...
  • For caregivers, Howard provides information, resources and hope

    For caregivers, Howard provides information, resources and hope
    Deborah Adler, mother of two teenagers, daughter of a highly successful businessman, with a successful career of her own in geriatrics, never expected to be caring for her ailing, 80-year-old father. But when her mother died and her father was diagnosed...
  • Pikesville man in serious condition after Sykesville accident

    A Pikesville man remains in serious condition Thursday after he was involved in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning on Route 26 in the area of the Winfield Fire Department in Sykesville. Simche Campbell, 22, was flown to the University of...
  • Runners raise money to help injured Maryland state trooper

    Runners raise money to help injured Maryland state trooper
    Hundreds of people donned sneakers on a crisp, sunny Sunday morning to show their support for a Maryland state trooper critically injured on the job last month. The crowd gathered at the Maryland State Police Academy in Sykesville for the "5K for JK,"...
  • Carroll Biz Challenge down to 5 finalists

    For five local entrepreneurs, funding that could jump start their small business is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Carroll Biz Challenge entries have been whittled from 15 to five in advance of the live portion of the competition Nov. 22 at...
  • Health care information sessions scheduled throughout Carroll

    Health care information sessions scheduled throughout Carroll
    Representatives from the Maryland Health Connection will be visiting Carroll County CVS stores and libraries over the next three weeks to discuss health care options for uninsured residents. The Maryland Health Connection, established through the...