Westminster resident Michele Heim has lost over 300 pounds after a gastric bypass surgery and has since changed her life around.
Organizers will move forward with hosting Carroll County’s fifth annual Out of the Darkness Experience, including a drive-thru luminary ceremony, on Sept. 12 in order to raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention.
Mount Airy residents who live near a site being considered by the town for annexation and likely future development are voicing concerns about the proposal.
With a campaign banner supporting the president and voicemail messages promoting Republican causes, a Taneytown church finds itself at an intersection of politics and religion.
Cass Naugle, who was executive director of the Greater Maryland Chapter of the National Alzheimer's Association will be retiring on Monday, August 31, after 34 years of service.
South Carroll High School graduate Max Major’s appearance on “America’s Got Talent” Tuesday night stunned the audience and judges with a mind-bending performance. And he found out Wednesday night that it was good enough to continue competing.
The Historical Society of Carroll County will be opening its new Breaking Barriers exhibit on August 25, which will be honoring the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment that gave women the right to vote.
Mount Airy has decided to move forward with talks about possible development of a large area of land after plans were stagnant for nearly a decade.
Smokehouse Restaurant in Antrim 1844 was recently voted Best Hotel Restaurant in USA Today's 10Best Readers Choice contest.
Carroll Hospital is one of 13 hospitals around the state that will be collaborating with the Maryland Department of Health on a coronavirus antibody study, with the goal of determining how many of the state’s residents have been previously infected with COVID-19.
Brett Niermeier discusses what it's like being a contact tracer during the coronavirus pandemic and the responsibilities that come with it.
McDaniel College is welcoming more than 1,200 students to campus for fall move-in with the process looking a little difference due to COVID-19.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted plans for Mount Airy to celebrate and honor the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment the town will go forward with a historic aerial photoshoot.
When the Carroll County Public Schools system goes back into session with remote learning this fall, special education students will have many of the same services available to them, but not all, an official says.
The Town of Mount Airy is coming together to renovate the deteriorating property surrounding the historic bank building at the intersection of Main Street and Prospect Road to convert it into a community park.