- Carroll County Food Sunday is one of five beneficiaries of Holiday Hope, the Times’ annual campaign aimed at driving donations to organizations that help those in need in the Carroll County community. Now in its 22nd year, Holiday Hope raised more than $120,000 for local nonprofit organizations last year.
Heather DeWees is a Westminster resident and mother of three who graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University. She serves as clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, the first female elected clerk of court in Carroll. Previously, she was a teacher for more than 20 years, including at North Carroll and Manchester Valley high schools.
Before a COVID-19 outbreak hit, the Baltimore Ravens believed they could live up to the mantra printed for them on T-shirts: Test negative, stay positive. The past week has shown how difficult that can be.
For the current $371.4 million budget, local government contributed $207.2 million. As enrollment dropped, so could the local funding for fiscal 2022.
Do we want the direction of our elections being influenced by people with nothing better to do than answer phone calls from strangers?
Stores in Carroll County did not see the swarm of people Black Friday typically lures. Instead, it looked like a normal day of shopping, according to consumers.
People have to be permitted to live their lives, unmolested by government. Folks have to be provided with information so they can work, interact with their fellow human beings, and celebrate the holidays, in as safe a manner as is possible. And without being encouraged to fink on their neighbors.
Brandy Scott's southern style of cooking, combined with husband DeShaun Scott’s barbecue skills, has customers waiting for close to 45 minutes during lunch and dinner rushes for plates of brisket, fried catfish, seafood, and chicken platters, pulled pork sandwiches, all-day breakfast items, plenty of side dishes, and decadent desserts.