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.
Carroll County Board of Commissioners proclaimed September to be Recovery Month, and one of the people in the Health Department helping people escape substance abuse is certified peer recovery support specialist Stacia Smith.
Five retired Thoroughbred racehorses will live out the rest of their retirement grazing in the green pastures of Taneytown at a farm, aptly-named Renaissance, teaching the public about horses and how to care for them. An open barn event is planned for Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. to introduce the horses to the community.
Carroll County Commissioners approved the purchase of three acres in Manchester to expand a stormwater pond and allocated nearly $1 million toward the retrofit of another stormwater facility at Shiloh Middle School.
Among those gathered in Carroll County to remember the terrorist attacks from 18 years ago, two people were there for their first 9/11 ceremony — one a 9-year-old girl and the other a banker who was at the Twin Towers minutes before the first plane hit.
The lawsuit challenging the past practice of Carroll County commissioners leading prayers at their meetings came to a close today when a U.S. magistrate judge signed a consent decree, nearly two weeks after the board voted to settle.
Carroll County Board of Commissioners took steps to tighten security by voting Thursday to make way for new cameras at the detention center and accepted a state grant that will help cover the cost of body armor vests for local law enforcement.
After the Carroll County Board of Commissioners voted to settle a lawsuit that will end commissioner-led prayer at public meetings, citizens protested outside the county office building and others called the commissioners’ office to voice their dissent.
A teen on a skateboard collided with a vehicle at the intersection of Pleasant Plains and Cedarhurst drives in Reisterstown on Thursday, sending the boy to the hospital with minor injuries, officials say.
Two cyclists were struck by vehicles in Carroll County and flown to shock trauma centers this month, and spokespersons from two local bicycle shops say it’s the duty of motorists and cyclists to share the road and look out for one another.
Carroll County Commissioners joined county government officials from across the state at the Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) Summer Conference last week and got the chance to sit down with the governor and other top tier officials face-to-face in Ocean City.