- An original wooden tanning vat wall was discovered at the Union Mills Homestead site on Monday as a result of an archaeological investigation of the 19th-century Shriver Tannery.
- State Highway Administration workers will begin a project Monday to improve the roadway surface of Route 32, also known as Sykesville Road, in Carroll County.
- School districts across the state will use federal and state funds to recover from the effects of the pandemic and improve schools.
A resilience authority, like one in Maryland's Charles County, can seek grants, issue bonds and even levy fees to carry out expensive projects to address the effects of climate change.
There are many independent variables related to the current worker shortage. Perhaps the most significant one is that employees now have more control over their work-life than ever before and are voting with their feet.
The Carroll County Youth Football League executive board has taken disciplinary action in the aftermath of a September game that devolved into a fight that resulted in the arrest of two parents. Yet the coach and other witnesses associated with one of the teams are accusing the board of racism.
- Sophomore Emma Reaves helped Westminster take control early with six kills during a decisive first set win and the Owls rolled from there. In the 3-0 victory, the scores were 25-15, 25-11 and 25-10 in favor of Westminster.
- Cara Lewis, special counsel to Carroll County State Attorney’s Office, was appointed to the Carroll County District Court by Gov. Larry Hogan.