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Hampstead man pleads guilty in Black Rock dogs case, receives maximum sentence for aggravated animal cruelty

One of the two people indicted on 109 counts after 27 dogs were found dead and 27 others were found in squalor at a Hampstead property in April has been given the maximum sentence for aggravated animal cruelty after pleading guilty.

Baltimore man arrested for allegedly distributing narcotics after being chased down by police in Taneytown

A Baltimore man faces several charges, including distributing narcotics, after he allegedly tried running from police in Taneytown Oct.12.

'She’s a sweetheart’: Hampstead bingo player turns 100

Born on October, 13 in a farm in Hampstead, Anna Fay Jenkins commemorated a century of life surrounded by friends, family and her favorite game — bingo.

Carroll Hospital peer mentor program provides support for breast cancer patients from those who ‘really know’

The Breast Cancer Peer Mentorshop program at Carroll Hospital is celebrating it's fifth year in 2019.

Mammothon, set for Carroll County and Baltimore area Nov. 7, aims for early detection of breast cancer

For the fourth year in a row, LifeBridge Health will hold a “Mammothon” event at seven Maryland locations.

Art rock and indie music on the bill for free concert at Carroll Community College, Oct. 19

Two bands with Maryland ties, RÊVE and Ebb & Nova, will join for a free concert at Carroll Community College Saturday, Oct. 19 starting at 7 p.m.

Mount Airy family fights back against cancer through radon mitigation work, Making Strides walk

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the American Cancer Society, that means Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraising walk events. The events take place all across the U.S., but Central Maryland strides walk will once again be held at Watkins Park, in Mount Airy, on Oct. 20. It will be the 9th walk there.

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