A Sykesville man faces 10 charges related to possessing and distributing child pornography, as well as accessing the images from his place of employment at Parkville Family Dentistry in Baltimore County, police say.
Carroll County commissioners questioned Comcast representatives Thursday on how the company will provide services to locals now that the only brick-and-mortar customer service center in the county is closed.
A Union Bridge woman accused of committing animal cruelty to seven horses agreed to a plea deal Wednesday in which she will undergo five years of probation and not be permitted to possess equine animals during that time.
The winged creatures of the night that dominate Halloween decor every fall are celebrated by Taneytown resident and Bat Conservation International (BCI) advocate Jillian Childs all year long, and she wants more people to recognize the importance of this misunderstood mammal.
The less fortunate citizens of Carroll County can expect a boost this coming year as the county expects to receive additional funding for the Family Self-Sufficiency program and plans renovations to a drug treatment facility in Sykesville.
After a monthslong investigation by numerous police agencies into two “cocaine trafficking organizations,” a Baltimore man and Westminster woman were arrested in Westminster Sunday, and more arrests are expected in the “near future,” police say.
On its surface, the proposal that Maryland increase education funding by $4 billion statewide proposal appears beneficial to Carroll County, but some local elected officials doubt this proposal is as positive as it seems.
One of the two people indicted on 109 counts after 27 dogs were found dead and 27 others were found in squalor at a Hampstead property in April has been given the maximum sentence for aggravated animal cruelty after pleading guilty.
A post circulating on Carroll County community social media pages Tuesday morning alleged that a restaurant employee was beaten Monday night, but Westminster police say that’s an “exaggerated” account of a minor incident.
Carroll County is embarking on what’s expected to be a two-year-long study to assess any possible deficiencies in Piney Run Dam, provoked by concerns cited by the Maryland Department of the Environment.