- After about 22 years of service with the Carroll County Detention Center, Warden George Hardinger is retiring from his position, effective next Wednesday
A local duo is determined to build a skatepark in Mount Airy and are confident they will raise the funds to do so. All they need from the town is the land.
This year's Common Ground on the Hill’s “Traditions weeks,” which starts Monday, will continue to be online. Organizers didn’t know enough about what this summer would be like in terms of COVID-19 when they were planning the weeks, so they planning it to be virtual, said the event's executive director Walt Michael.
Finksburg residents and those passing through the community may soon notice some improvements to storefronts along the Route 140 corridor. At Thursday’s county commissioners meeting, the board approved a request from the department of planning to apply for a fiscal 2022 grant from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development to help revitalize the Finksburg area.
Civil War aficionados and local historians will gather this weekend in Westminster to witness and participate in the annual Corbit’s Charge Civil War re-enactment.
The Unemployed Workers Union announced a lawsuit Thursday challenging Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to end several pandemic unemployment programs early. The class-action lawsuit in Baltimore Circuit Court also seeks benefits for people whose cases have been pending in the state’s claims system.
Keep your head in the clouds Thursday evening so you can gaze at tonight’s strawberry moon — the first full moon of the summer solstice and the last supermoon of the year.
A Howard County teacher and lacrosse coach will serve two years in prison after pleading guilty to the sexual abuse of a student, the Howard County State’s Attorney’s Office said Tuesday.
Carroll County Public Schools staff set a goal to offer 25% more open contracts to minority teachers than the year before.