- This year, the Freedom District Lions are unraveling a new initiative called the Hero’s Project with the goal to provide support for hospital workers and other staff members working night and weekend shifts at Carroll Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.
People who show up to Maryland’s mass coronavirus vaccination clinics will not be turned away for lack of documentation or proof of eligibility — a possible benefit for some of the state’s most at-risk residents, but also for those exploiting the system, medical ethicists, logistics experts and lawmakers say.
Preliminarily, 100 total cases were reported last week by the Carroll Health Department. The county hasn’t seen a weekly total below 100 since the week of Oct. 18.
Findings from the Piney Run Watershed study found weaknesses in the Piney Run Dam and the solutions may require the reservoir to be closed for a period of time. The results of a two-year study were presented to the board of commissioners on Thursday morning by AECOM, a contractor hired by the commissioners to conduct the study.
Sorry, but in the grand scheme of things, Woods just ain’t that important. Nothing, including golf, depends upon his survival or God forbid yet another “comeback.”
Violet R. “Vi” Ripken, the matriarch of a baseball dynasty and a revered member of the Aberdeen community recalled for her philanthropy, has died just short of her 83rd birthday.
The federal government’s definition of a veteran is “a person who served in the active military, naval, or air service and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable.” War time. Peace time. Veterans all.
Freedom Elementary School's PTA is asking the public to help them raise $100,000 for a new and improved playground by the fall. They created a GoFundMe page and a video to bring awareness to their efforts.