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Tracy Chevalier, Angie Kim headline record-setting Day for Book Lovers in Westminster

The Day for Book Lovers hosted by the Carroll County Public Library brought bestsellers Tracy Chevalier and Angie Kim to Westminster.

New Windsor man charged with assault for allegedly fighting cop after car accident

A New Windsor Man has been charged with assault, resisting arrest and intoxicated endangerment after allegedly crashing his car while drunk, walking away from the scene of the crash and then fighting with police when they found him on the side of the road.

Carroll County comprehensive rezoning nears finish line; citizens invited to public hearing Oct. 3

The most significant anticipated change is switching from two commercial districts to three.

Case of Taneytown man who allegedly rammed truck into City Hall moved to Circuit Court

A Taneytown man accused of ramming his truck into City Hall after his water was cut off is scheduled to have his case heard in Carroll County Circuit Court.

Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Sept. 15, 2019

The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.

Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Sept. 14, 2019

The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.

Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Sept. 13, 2019

The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.

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Q&A: Peer recovery support specialist Stacia Smith on her unique perspective, helping and providing hope for others

Carroll County Board of Commissioners proclaimed September to be Recovery Month, and one of the people in the Health Department helping people escape substance abuse is certified peer recovery support specialist Stacia Smith.

Maryland Wine Festival returning to usual spot on calendar with new offerings, but missing ‘Mr. Wine Festival’

The Carroll Farm Museum will host Maryland’s oldest wine event on Sept. 21 and 22 with over 200 wine choices, music and food.

Horses, humans ‘form a bond’ through painting at Hampstead’s Happy on Hooves

Humans and horses bonded by painting with non-toxic, temporary paint at the Canvas in Motion event at Happy on Hooves in Hampstead.

A rising tide for Carroll County beer makers: Brewery Fire now open, with others planning 2019 launches

Taneytown's Brewery Fire finally opens to excited crowds, while Flood Zone and Pipe the Side breweries hope to open in Union Bridge and Hampstead by year's end.

Westminster council votes to purchase Main Street property, calling move ‘incredible opportunity’

The city of Westminster intends to purchase property on Main Street with a focus on redeveloping it because of its key location downtown.

For Carroll County hunters, archery season offers extra opportunities

For Carroll County deer hunters, archery season, which runs Sept. 6 through Jan. 31, offers extra opportunities.

Carroll schools avoid steep decline in state funding for construction

After a Thursday vote by the Interagency Commission on School Construction, Carroll County is off the chopping block for a proposal that could have cut a significant percentage of the state’s share of school construction funding.

Suspected grenade found in Westminster; authorities find it’s not active

Authorities investigated a suspected grenade in Westminster on Friday afternoon but later determined it was not active.

Former Carroll servicemembers sought for Veteran of the Year nominations

Locals have until the end of October to send in their nominations to Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC for the veteran of the year for their 7th annual luncheon.

Carroll County Arts Council 50-year celebration begins with show of members’ art

The Arts Council’s 17th annual Members Show art exhibit runs through Nov. 2. An opening reception was held on Thursday, Sept. 12. This year’s theme is a celebration of 50 years of the Arts Council.

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