- Tuesday was the last day for students at Carroll County Public Schools and other than the masks, it looked like a normal last-day sendoff.
- Not only are most elected officials meeting in person again, the public is being allowed in many of Carroll’s cities and towns.
- Last week marked the sixth consecutive weekly decline of new COVID-19 cases and the ninth time in 10 weeks that Carroll County has seen a decrease, plunging from 229 cases at the beginning of that time frame.
- After several years of work, the Carroll County Veterans Independence Project opened their office in Westminster with the intention of serving as a one-stop shop for veterans services.
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- The first round of meetings on Maryland’s legislative and congressional redistricting will be held virtually Wednesday night for Harford, Cecil and Carroll counties.
- Q&A: Newly elected Carroll County NAACP president Rodney Morris talks about the organization’s goals in the community.
- Carroll County Public Schools hired E&F Contracting to improve its sidewalks by raising the concrete rather than replacing it. Three of the alumni who are part of the company were happy to return and provide a service to the place that helped them get where they are today.
- "Critical Race Theory” was repeated by several speakers at the board of education meeting on Wednesday who urged the board to prevent the topic from entering the classrooms.
- For the Carroll County Farm Museum, it's an opportunity for bringing back the Food Truck Sunday Funday. The annual event, which began in 2016, was canceled last year due to the pandemic. It is set for Sunday, June 13 from noon to 5 p.m. and will be the Farm Museum’s first large event since coronavirus pandemic restrictions were lifted.
- Del. Jesse Pippy, who represents Frederick and Carroll counties in District 4, declared his candidacy for the state Senate, vowing to be a “conservative and effective leader.”
- More than an inch of rain washed over neighborhoods in Carroll County, leading emergency services to respond to two water rescues resulting from the storm that began Thursday afternoon.
- Residents of Garrett Road in Manchester and Halter Road in Westminster may soon see some improvements to broadband networks in their neighborhoods, as well as some residents of the Sullivan Road/Beggs Road/ Old Fridinger Mill Road area of the county.