- Carroll County 4-H and FFA fair was back in full swing on Saturday after the pandemic caused last year’s fair to be closed to the public.
- For the last several months, a mysterious and yet to be unidentified illness in birds is causing blindness, neurological damage and even death.
- In 2004, Dan Carpenter, who lives near Hampstead, started his own video production company, 4 Square Productions, Inc. “When we were trying to think of a name for the company, the kids were playing a game called '4 square.' We liked the name so it stuck."
- The Hampstead native and North Carroll High graduate helped the United States claim silver in the inaugural mixed triathlon Saturday at Odaiba Marine Park in Tokyo Bay.
- A few years back, Westminster's Matthew Freyer returned to skateboarding for a more active lifestyle. Now, he has started Citadel Skateboarding Foundation, a nonprofit that focuses on community engagement and mentorship through skateboarding.
A staple of summer in Carroll County, the annual 4-H and FFA fair will return to “normal” this year after a truncated version was held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Ever since the 1800s, the week at the end of July and the beginning of August has been the highlight of the agriculture community’s calendar because that is traditionally when the county agricultural fair has taken place in Carroll County.
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