Carroll County’s top health official briefed Board of Education members Wednesday night on what measures should be taken into account when they are deciding whether to reopen schools. He also gave them some homework.
Should Carroll County teachers be required to be in school buildings, instructing from their classrooms, while students are at home learning virtually this fall? That question was debated at length during a marathon Board of Education meeting.
August’s case numbers are down from the last two weeks of July, when Maryland averaged 855 new COVID-19 cases a day.
There’s a difference between being a surprise playoff team and a contender. Being the former might only slightly change the calculus of trying to offload more experienced or expensive players in trades close to the Aug. 31 deadline.
With fall and winter sports postponed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no high school sports in Carroll County until at least next year ― a tough situation to digest for coaches and athletes.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners are mourning the death of Pleasant Valley Community Fire Company Life Member Jeffrey L. Schaffer, who died Aug. 10.
The Maryland Depart of Health announced Thursday that it will collaborate with 13 of the state’s hospitals on a coronavirus antibody study.
Sofia Gutierrez recently created a poster saying she’ll be demonstrating at school this year with a silent protest by not standing during the Pledge of Allegiance.
A year after putting the discussion on hold, Carroll County’s commissioners recently rekindled the idea of switching to a charter form of government, with two advocating for the change.
Sandy Oxx, former Carroll Arts Center executive director, spent five days in the hospital fighting COVID-19. Now, she is sharing her story of survival.