- The CCPS dashboard reported 214 people, including 10 staff members, have the virus and are in quarantine. Carey Gaddis, the system’s spokesperson, said a separate 1,221 students are in quarantine.
- The Carroll County Board of Education will discuss a politically neutral teaching standard for the classroom, grade results from summer recovery learning and the capital improvement projects in series of discussions on Thursday.
- A roundup of high school varsity action in Carroll County on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021.
- Owls’ junior forward Ella Boussy cashed in on a chance in the first six minutes to give Westminster a lead it would not relinquish on the way to a 2-0 victory over visiting South Carroll Tuesday evening.
- As Carroll County continues to switch between the classifications of substantial and high COVID-19 community transmission, the health department is working toward providing more access to testing for residents.
The Ravens’ path to their first win against the Patrick Mahomes-led Chiefs was not straightforward. But it was revealing.
The official start to fall is Wednesday, Sept. 22, also known as the autumnal equinox, although it may not feel like sweater weather in the DMV right away.
President Nixon was a fascinating person, and I first became interested in politics watching him do many good things for our nation. Today, he would be called a RINO – Republican in Name Only – by a majority of his own party as most of his domestic agenda would be rejected as socialism.
- A parent of a Francis Scott Key High School student said her son’s parking space at the Union Bridge school was vandalized with a homophobic slur.
- A former police officer in Frederick County pleaded guilty Monday to failing to surrender after being sentenced to 30 months in prison for possession of an unregulated fully automatic firearm, according to U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland.