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.
The four-legged, tap dancing, clarinet playing, grouchy next-door neighbor of SpongeBob SquarePants — Squidward Q. Tentacles will be portrayed by Century High School 2012 graduate Cody Cooley in Broadway’s first national tour of “The SpongeBob Musical.”
A Baltimore man will spend the next 35 years in prison after burglarizing three Finksburg homes in 2016 and pleading guilty to second-degree murder in 2018 while the burglary trial was pending, according to a news release.
Carroll County is on the verge of replacing its nearly 40-year-old zoning code with an update that would rezone certain industrial and commercial districts, and some citizens objected to the proposed changes at public hearings Thursday.
The developer of a proposed 35-unit apartment building, which would include affordable housing, in Westminster asked the Board of Commissioners to waive impact fees for the property, but was shot down by a 4-1 vote.
A man faces charges of second-degree assault and resisting arrest after he allegedly yelled racial slurs at a group of Hispanic people, tussled with a Westminster police officer and ran away Sept. 29, police say.
Like hands that carefully mold soft, spinning clay into beautiful pottery, the women behind Firehouse Pottery & Arts seek to embrace the Taneytown community by bringing people together through creating art.
Facing the reality of dairy farms closing or downsizing across the United States, Carroll County farmers formed a partnership that worked to secure a $40,000 grant to find solutions to this growing problem, according to a news release.
After a woman was arrested for allegedly stealing crab legs from a grocery store and trying to run over a store employee with her car, authorities identified her as the suspect in another theft that allegedly occurred at the same store earlier that month.
To aid police in their search for answers about the alleged slaying of a Hagerstown man in Eldersburg, Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,000 for tips that lead to an arrest and charges.
The Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism, the Baltimore Ravens, and M&T Bank recognized Carroll County Boy Scouts and Hampstead’s Little Free Pantry as “Honor Rows” recipients for providing extraordinary service to their communities, according to a release.