On Friday, the Town of Sykesville marked off space on Main Street for local businesses to use for added outdoor seating.
On a day when the potential for gatherings celebrating the Fourth of July has prompted concern among state officials about the further spread of the coronavirus, Maryland reported 380 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and its lowest single-day positivity rate during the pandemic.
Old Westminster Winery is inviting guests to celebrate the long weekend outdoors with live music and wine, with an event that continues Saturday and Sunday evening.
A young Orioles team has one reason and one reason alone to go forward with this season with COVID-19 going on: their careers are on the line.
A driver allegedly rear-ended another vehicle while driving under the influence on June 26. After searching the occupants and the car, police allegedly found “scramble” capsules on their way from Baltimore to West Virginia.
Jury trials have been scheduled for a man accused of attempted first-degree murder in an Eldersburg shooting and for a pair who allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint in Westminster.
A flood in Mississippi in 1927 had a profound socio-political effect on American history and has a Carroll County connection; a great American for whom a local school built in 1930 just outside of Westminster was named.
Carroll County’s first director of the new Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services has nearly 40 years of fire service experience that includes establishing the first combination paid and volunteer fire service in Pennsylvania, according to a county news release.
The Town of Manchester is considering a proposal to define standards for community solar energy generating systems, possibly opening the door to such a project in the future.
Carroll County farmers once lead the world in the production of the oily, medicinal wormseed plant. Can newly legal industrial hemp play a similar role for local agriculture in the 21st century?