Now that Maryland is permitting outdoor dining with some limitations, Westminster officials are considering ways that city resources could be used to help restaurants expand their outdoor options.
Five more Carroll County residents have died after contracting COVID-19, the county health department announced Friday.
To help address any shortages Carroll countians are feeling, some local dairy farmers have organized a milk giveaway in New Windsor on Saturday.
Despite opposition from residents, the New Windsor Planning Commission unanimously approved the site plan for a new crematorium in town.
Though Secret Crushong is soon to be a graduate of Carroll Community College, you can’t find her around Westminster these days. As a Private First Class in the U.S. Army who works as a a chemical, biological radiological nuclear specialist, she is currently stationed at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks, Alaska.
"This year will be our 153rd consecutive observance of Memorial Day, and even though we had to cancel the actual parade, we have put together a wonderful ceremony and observance.’” Well, hold that thought.
Two Hampstead brothers are facing charges for possessing child pornography, and one stands accused of distributing it, according to Maryland State Police.
Thousands of people usually gather at the Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster to watch fireworks on the Fourth of July, but not this year.
Mulligan Sober Homes, a nonprofit, in Westminster houses men who are hoping for a do-over. The program's eight residents are recovering from addiction and striving to start anew.