Maryland health officials reported no new deaths due to the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the first time the state has gone a full day without any new COVID-19 fatalities since October.
Century High juniors Evan and Danielle DeLawter combined to win the 2A tennis mixed doubles state championship on Saturday at the Wilde Lake tennis club.
For Orioles rookie Bruce Zimmermann, an Ellicott City native and Loyola Blakefield graduate who began his college career at Towson University, the foundation for pitching that helped him at every step in his career came from his father, Bruce Sr.
As small business owners try to recover as the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly approaches an end, they continue to face another challenge: a lack of workers.
It would seem that what CRT has accomplished to this point in our schools is imbuing America’s children in a vicious cycle of racism. The white child is an oppressor who needs to be continually reminded of his “white guilt,” and the Black child is stymied in his quest for success by the “whiteness” of his oppressive environment.
The Historical Society of Carroll County will once again transform its popular annual Legacy Gala into a virtual affair in the interest of COVID-19 caution. The annual fundraising event on June 26 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. is free to all with access to an internet connection or Comcast Channel HD 1086.
Thousands enjoyed Westminster's annual BBQ Stroll which is among the first big events in Carroll County post-pandemic, and featured 10 breweries, three distilleries, one winery and 16 food vendors, most dishing out barbecue to the many residents walking up and down Main Street.
If you are a dog owner or even an outdoor cat owner, please consider the negative impacts your pets make on the local wildlife and your neighbors when they are not properly controlled or confined to your own property.