A police report revealed that the Taneytown man charged with attempted murder after a 16-year-old was shot in a home invasion Tuesday also allegedly held a firearm against the heads of other occupants in the Taneytown home.
The teens accused of assaulting a Mount Airy man who later died from his injuries sustained at the Great Frederick Fair will continue to be held in detention as they await waiver petition hearings that will determine whether they are charged as adults, a Frederick County judge determined Tuesday.
After a house burned in Sykesville on Nov. 7, killing two people, investigators determined there were no smoke detectors in the historical residence — and it’s possible the state could be found responsible for the devices not being installed.
Carroll County received the highest credit rating possible two years back-to-back and, as a result, secured a historically-low interest rate in this year’s bond sale, saving the county $5 million in the process, according to a county news release.
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.