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Dairy study funded by grant suggests queso is the way to go for struggling farmers in Carroll

Facing the reality of dairy farms closing or downsizing across the United States, Carroll County farmers formed a partnership that worked to secure a $40,000 grant to find solutions to this growing problem, according to a news release.

Boys Soccer: Ostendorf lifts Liberty to 2OT win over rival South Carroll

Aaron Ostendorf collected his second game-winning goal in as many games in Liberty’s 2-1 win over South Carroll on Tuesday.

Cross Country: Four county squads compete on South Carroll’s ‘challenging’ course

South Carroll senior John Kettula, Manchester Valley sophomore Rubie Goffena take gold at the quad meet

Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday: Westminster restaurant closes abruptly during business hours

The Ruby Tuesday location in Westminster has shut its doors for good, allegedly closing in the middle of dinner Monday night.

Crab leg theft case moved to Circuit Court; more charges brought for allegedly stealing surf and turf

After a woman was arrested for allegedly stealing crab legs from a grocery store and trying to run over a store employee with her car, authorities identified her as the suspect in another theft that allegedly occurred at the same store earlier that month.

$2,000 reward offered for tips on Eldersburg homicide case; Carroll authorities still investigating

To aid police in their search for answers about the alleged slaying of a Hagerstown man in Eldersburg, Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $2,000 for tips that lead to an arrest and charges.

Carroll County students named 2020 National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

Four Carroll County students were named on the list of high school seniors who scored in the top percentile in the country on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT), qualifying them as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists.

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Free chronic conditions workshop on living healthy available through Bureau of Aging and Disabilities

The Carroll County Bureau of Aging and Disabilities is offering free Living Healthy, Living Well workshops on living with chronic conditions.

Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Sept. 16, 2019

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

Hampstead man charged with stealing vehicle from Westminster Enterprise

A Hampstead man faces charges related to vehicle theft after he allegedly failed to return a rental to Enterprise in Westminster, police say.

Local Boy Scouts, Hampstead food pantry recognized by Governor’s Office on Service & Volunteerism, will be honored at Ravens game

The Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism, the Baltimore Ravens, and M&T Bank recognized Carroll County Boy Scouts and Hampstead’s Little Free Pantry as “Honor Rows” recipients for providing extraordinary service to their communities, according to a release.

Central Carroll: Maryland Microbrewery Festival setting a new record with 20 brewers lined up

Maryland’s premier beer festival, the Maryland Microbrewery Festival, will be held during Carroll County Beer Week, on Sept. 28, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the scenic grounds of the Union Mills Homestead.

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.

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