The head of the Carroll County Health Department issued a statement Tuesday contesting Commissioner Eric Bouchat and reiterating that all people, regardless of how healthy, should wear masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Even a small incident toward the end of Saturday's Black Lives Matter rally in Taneytown didn’t deter the group of more than 50 people from preaching its message, organizer Meghann Puckett said.
The National Junior College Athletic Association announced an adjusted “plan of action” for the upcoming academic year Monday, moving the majority of fall athletic competition to the spring semester.
The North East Social Action Program (NESAP) in Hampstead is looking to restock the shelves in their food pantry and collect donations for their summer feeding program for kids with their “A Can for the Van” drive.
Carroll countians have been eager for a more specific look at what the back-to-school season will look like for the 2020-21 school year, and on Wednesday Carroll County Public Schools plans to release a draft of its plan for the fall.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan cautioned Tuesday that the state has a long road ahead in managing the coronavirus pandemic that has infected more than 74,000 state residents and killed more than 3,200.
Although Carroll County has seen relatively modest increases of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, the disease has had a particularly disproportionate impact on the county’s Hispanic population.
Hogan called for warnings, fines and other action to be taken against bars and restaurants "flagrantly violating the law and endangering public health.”
Jaime Elliott, a patient care technician in the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine at Carroll Hospital, was recently named Carroll Hospital’s 2020 Patient Care Tech of the Year.
Carroll County farmers once lead the world in the production of the oily, medicinal wormseed plant. Can newly legal industrial hemp play a similar role for local agriculture in the 21st century?