- Liberty senior Grace Johnson goes undefeated during regular season, wins Carroll County girls tennis singles championship.
- Allan D. Gallant, an accountant who was an early proponent of bringing grocery stores to underserved neighborhoods, died Saturday at his Lutherville home. He was 87.
- The Carroll County health department recorded 28 new confirmed COVID-19 cases the week of July 18 and 31 the week of July 11. These numbers represent a significant jump from the three cases reported the week of June 27 and 10 cases from the week of July 4.
- Jurisdictions in the Baltimore area aren’t yet planning to modify masking rules in response to fresh Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance released Tuesday, which recommended that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors under certain circumstances.
Many Republican leaders and their media outlets made announcements strongly encouraging their constituents and listeners to get vaccinated. It was like they all received an email stating that it was time to change their messaging.
- When Carroll County 4-Her Makenna Steele was about to turn seven, she made a decision. Instead asking for presents at her birthday, she asked for money that she would use to buy items for charity. That decision was the start of something big — a project that would lead her to be awarded a $5,000 grant and put her on the verge of launching a nonprofit.
- The North Carroll High School graduate at one point had the lead in the triathlon before finishing third behind gold medalist Flora Duffy of Bermuda and silver medalist Georgia Taylor-Brown of Great Britain.