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  • Maryland men's and women's basketball programs hit for NCAA rules violations

    Maryland men's and women's basketball programs hit for NCAA rules violations

    The Maryland men’s and women’s basketball programs committed minor rules violations, the NCAA announced Tuesday. Consequences for the offenses included a lost scholarship spot for the women’s program and an assistant coach suspended by the men’s program. According to a statement on the university...

  • Almost one year after allegedly stealing vehicle from Koons Toyota, Westminster woman charged

    Almost one year after allegedly stealing vehicle from Koons Toyota, Westminster woman charged

    A Westminster woman was arrested Friday, nearly one year after she allegedly stole a vehicle from Koons Toyota of Westminster. Carrisa Spring Berkheimer, 40, of the 700 block of Deer Park Road, was charged with unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and breaking and entering a motor vehicle rogue and...

  • Driver charged after vehicle crashes into Westminster residence

    Driver charged after vehicle crashes into Westminster residence

    Westminster fire, EMS and police responded to the unit block of Carroll Street in Westminster on Monday evening after a vehicle struck two parked cars before running into the porch area of a house. Units were dispatched at 5:46 p.m. and found no injuries after investigating the scene, Westminster...

  • Westminster man charged with assault after allegedly slamming woman on ground

    Westminster man charged with assault after allegedly slamming woman on ground

    A Westminster man was charged with assault after he allegedly attacked a woman when he could not find his vape Monday. Stephen Louis Evans, 39, of the 700 block of Norfield Court, was charged with first-degree assault, a felony, and second-degree assault. He was held in default of $7,000 bail as...

  • Distillery medals at spirits competition

    MISCellaneous Distillery, in Mount Airy, was awarded four medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, including double gold for both the Gregarious Gin and Popi's Finest Rum. The family-owned distillery also took home silver for the Risky Rum and bronze for the Gertrude's 100% Rye Whiskey....

  • Visitation and service listings for June 18

    Visitation and service listings for June 18

    Elizabeth S. “Dolle” Brown: Visitation, 10 a.m. utnil time of service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Burrier-Queen Funeral Home & Crematory, 1212 W. Old Liberty Road, Winfield. Simon H. Davis: Visitation, 10 a.m. until time of service, 11 a.m. Thursday, Burrier-Queen Funeral Home & Crematory, 1212 W. Old...

  • Orioles open West Coast swing with 3-2 loss to Athletics, extending losing streak to six

    Orioles open West Coast swing with 3-2 loss to Athletics, extending losing streak to six

    The Orioles were hoping that a change of scenery would help them pull out of another long losing streak, but even a change of strategy at the spacious Oakland Coliseum did not do the trick. They played small ball and scored two runs on sacrifice bunts in the second inning, but the offense fizzled...

  • Sykesville carnival spurns clouds to bring fun to community

    Sykesville carnival spurns clouds to bring fun to community

    The heavy gray clouds ebbed and flowed Monday evening over the Sykesville Freedom District Fire Department Carnival, but the rain refused to fall on the fun as the rides got moving and the fried foods wafted sweet temptations into the air. A very good start to the third night of eight for the carnival,...

  • Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year: South Carroll's Riley Evans led 'trusting' Cavs to first state title

    Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year: South Carroll's Riley Evans led 'trusting' Cavs to first state title

    Riley Evans said she and her South Carroll girls lacrosse teammates entered the 2019 season believing they had what it took to win a Class 2A state championship. The thought was pushed to the backs of their minds as they focused on playing their best during the regular season, but they returned...

  • Two flown to Shock Trauma after New Windsor Road crash

    Two flown to Shock Trauma after New Windsor Road crash

    Maryland State Police aviation flew two adult females to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore after a Monday morning crash on New Windsor Road, according to a Westminster volunteer fire company official. The collision, reported at 11:48 a.m., occurred at New Windsor Road and...

Photos

  • Hitting the pool

    Hitting the pool

    Now that Carroll County Schools are closed for the summer, many of Carroll's pools, including the Westminster Municipal Pool, are now open seven days a week until Labor Day.

  • Carroll County last day of school

    Carroll County last day of school

    Pictures from the last day of the school year for Carroll County Public Schools on Tuesday, June 18.

  • Sykesville fire carnival

    Sykesville fire carnival

    Images from the Sykesville-Freedom District Fire Department's carnival Monday, June 17, 2019.

  • Pets Available for Adoption

    Pets Available for Adoption

    Staffs pick of the week for the Humane Society of Carroll County.  Give a friend a forever home.  Humane Society Of Carroll County 2517 Littlestown Pike, Westminster, MD  21158, Reach them at 410-848-4810 or www.hscarroll.org, Baltimore Humane Sociey 1601 Nicodemus Rd. Reisterstown, MD 21136410-833-8848...

  • Roaring 20's Garden Party and Croquet Tournament

    Roaring 20's Garden Party and Croquet Tournament

    Pictures from the Roaring 20's Garden Party and Croquet Tournament, a fundraiser for the Marriage and Relationship Education Center, at Carroll County Farm Museum on Saturday, June 15.

  • Taneytown Wine Festival and Hudson Day

    Taneytown Wine Festival and Hudson Day

    Pictures from the Taneytown Wine Festival and Hudson Day at the Taneytown History Museum on Saturday, June 15.

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  • Pepper, Carroll County Public Library's humanoid robot

    Pepper, Carroll County Public Library's humanoid robot

    Pepper, Carroll County Public Library's humanoid robot, is introduced to patrons during a program at the Eldersburg Branch on Tuesday, May 14.

  • Mount Airy Town Council candidate roundtable

    Mount Airy Town Council candidate roundtable

    Matthew Geiger, a South Carroll High School senior, hosted his own forum for Mount Airy Town Council candidates.

  • Finksburg barn fire

    Finksburg barn fire

    Firefighters from Carroll, Baltimore and Howard Counties responded to a barn fire in the 2100 block of Deer Park Road Wednesday, April 17, 2019. According to Clay Myers, a spokesman from the Gamber fire company, there were no injuries in the fire that was reported at 1:14 p.m.

  • Miles Taylor

    Miles Taylor

    Miles Taylor, a 2013 Westminster graduate with cerebral palsy, weighs just 99 pounds. He recently gained widespread social media attention when a video of him deadlifting 200 pounds went viral. Miles trains at NEVERsate Athletics in Westminster with his coach, Nicolai Meyers.

  • Police: Trooper shoots, kills man who stabbed him in Westminster

    Police: Trooper shoots, kills man who stabbed him in Westminster

    A trooper fatally shot a Carroll County man in Westminster on Monday morning, after the man stabbed the trooper, according to Maryland State Police.  

  • Poetry Out Loud

    Poetry Out Loud

    Kate Maerten of Gerstell Academy, 1st place winner of the Poetry Out Loud regional competition, reads an original poem which she won a 2nd Place for, at the Carroll Arts Center on Saturday, Feb. 2.

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