- While local governments await final guidance from the federal government on how to spend COVID-19 relief dollars, the Carroll County commissioners agreed to move forward with several projects involving behavioral health resources, heating and air conditioning upgrades and fiber installation.
- Comic book lovers and collectors alike will have the opportunity this weekend to see rare items and props, such as actor Chris Evans’ Captain America shield from the “Avengers: End Game” movie and hear from the likes of Marvel comic book artist Joe Quesada at the 22nd annual Baltimore Comic-Con at the Baltimore Convention Center.
- During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s not only a reminder for women to get their mammograms it’s also a good time to spotlight advances in medical science and the hope they bring. A Carroll Hospital doctor has been in the field long enough to see progress firsthand.
- The Maryland State Police are asking citizens dispose of unwanted prescription drugs during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this weekend.
Wouldn’t it be nice if our leaders in Washington viewed the education and well being of our nation’s children as a national defense issue? On so many levels, it is just that.
U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, a Maryland Republican, said on a radio show that he prescribed ivermectin, a medication typically used to treat parasites in livestock and humans, as a treatment for COVID-19 but that he can't find a pharmacist who will fill it.
President Joe Biden will participate in a televised town hall in Baltimore on Thursday night. It will be his first visit to the city as chief executive. While details are still being finalized, here is what we know.
- Maryland National Guard’s Freedom Readiness Center in Sykesville will be named the Major General Linda L. Singh Readiness Center after a Wednesday vote.
- The number of COVID cases went from 173 last week to 134, including three staff members, this week. And the number of people who are quarantined as a close contact to someone testing positive for the virus went from 478 last week to 340 this week.