- McDaniel College is a four-year liberal arts and science school that also has a graduate program. Carroll Community College is a two-year college offering an associate degree and certificate programs.
With the Roe v. Wade decision overturned, many women will look to Maryland for abortion services.
- C. Boyd Pfeiffer was a legendary outdoor writer and photographer. Outdoor columnist Bill May describes everything he got out of being on a fishing trip with Pfeiffer.
- Manchester Valley senior Aiden Neal won individual Class 3A state titles in the 800 and 1,600 meter races. He also ran on the state championship-winning 4x400 relay. Neal is the 2022 Carroll County Times boys track and field Athlete of the Year.
- Friday marked Oscar Baker’s 100th birthday. He celebrated the milestone with a party of about 60 people including family, friends, and Mount Airy Mayor Lawrence G. Hushour, at Lorien Mt. Airy, an assisted living facility on Midway Avenue.
- For those who may wonder, about the annals of weather history, in 1816 there really was a “year without summer.” It is widely reported that the 18-year-old Mary Shelley began working on “Frankenstein,” an early example of science fiction, on June 13, 1816.
- Baltimore’s water system, which serves 1.8 million homes and businesses in the city and Baltimore County, contains measurable levels of so-called “forever chemicals” that the EPA said last week pose health risks even at minute levels.
- The Carroll Board of County Commissioners on Thursday unanimously voted to authorize $6.6 million in bond allocations to Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development’s mortgage program on behalf of the county.
- On Saturday, area history buffs will descend on Westminster for the annual commemoration of Corbit’s Charge, also known as the Battle of Westminster.