Carroll County’s private schools have been offering in-person learning while making adjustments to protect their communities from the spread of COVID-19.
After hearing the pros and cons of getting athletics back onto the high school calendar, a discussion led by Carroll supervisor of athletics Michael Duffy, Westminster athletic director Terry Molloy, and Century principal Brian Booz, the board agreed to hold another meeting Oct. 7 to discuss the matter further.
Maryland officials reported 785 new cases of the coronavirus — the largest one-day increase since Sept. 12 — but for the first time since the pandemic’s early days in March, the state reported no new deaths associated with COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.
Dozens of Maryland laws are going into effect, including protections against discrimination based on hairstyles and a provision that makes the use of a noose or swastika a hate crime.
Carroll County Public Schools' proposed calendar for next year begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021, which is during Rosh Hashanah ― part of the Jewish calendar’s High Holy Days.
School buildings will have a different look about them when they reopen in a few weeks, and Carroll County Public Schools officials say they’re working on showing them off to their respective communities.
Gov. Larry Hogan was in Sykesville on Wednesday, helping Maryland State Police Superintendent Woodrow W. “Jerry” Jones III honor recipients of the agency’s highest awards during the annual MSP Superintendent’s Award Ceremony.
Westminster resident Michele Heim has lost over 300 pounds after a gastric bypass surgery and has since changed her life around.