- A man was taken to the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland after being involved in a two-car crash on Friday, according to police.
- Carroll Community College is once again asking potential students to take advantage of the scholarship money available. The institution not only has a pool of $200,000 to give through the Carroll Community Scholarship Foundation, but was granted $2 million to give away through the Federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, or HEERF.
- The board voted to approve the group that was recommended by staff at its July 14 meeting, however, when the student board member pitched to also be part of the committee, only one board member agreed. Some nearby districts do allow for students to sit on its curriculum committees and councils, and others do not. Carroll’s student board member said students should have a say every step of the way.
- Oliver Alkire, Senior Deputy State Fire Marshal, said the preliminary cause of the fire in the unit block of West George Street in Westminster is under investigation but a discarded cigarette cannot be ruled out.
Westminster Police Department and Maryland State Police’s Westminster barrack are participating in the annual National Night Out event.
A staple of summer in Carroll County, the annual 4-H and FFA fair will return to “normal” this year after a truncated version was held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- We caught up with Steve Rogers to see how Outlaw BBQ Smokehouse in Hampstead has made it through the COVID-19 pandemic.
- We caught up with Sharon Tillman to see how Georges on York B&B in Taneytown has made it through the COVID-19 pandemic.