• George Floyd Protest, Bel Air, MD 6-3-2020

  • Peaceful protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement are held every day this week at 3pm on Main St Westminster in front of the Westminster Branch of the Carroll Co Public Library.

  • HoCo For Justice is sponsoring a march from the AMC Columbia 14 movie theater's parking lot to the Columbia Lakefront for a Black Lives Matter vigil on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

  • Sunday Catonsville Farmers Market at 15 Mellor Avenue is back.

  • Local Baltimore photographer, Kianna Wilson, documented Saturday's protest in Baltimore, one of the many cities where demonstrations are taking place in response to George Floyd's death at the hands of the Minneapolis police. Wilson has been taking photos for the past decade and freelancing since 2016. "I love to capture emotion. Every photo I take, I want it to tell a story, or I want someone to feel something," the 26-year-old said. Being a black, gay woman, Wilson said it was important to her to be there and not only take photos but also protest the mistreatment of Black people by police. More of Wilson's work is on Facebook: Major Ki Photography and @majorkiphotography on Instagram.

  • Baltimore Bullets center Wes Unseld dies

  • Tuesday begins with Baltimore residents cleaning up after Monday night's unrest. Thousands of protesters against police brutality in downtown Baltimore.

  • Graduation ceremonies for the Chapelgate Christian Academy Class of 2020, Monday June 1st. Fifty-two students participated in the drive-thru ceremony; they got out of their cars, walked names announced, walked across the stage to receive their diplomas, posed for photos at the school entrance. Teachers lined the driveway dressed in CCA swag, making lots of noise to honor students as they left the school.

  • Serene Lavender Farm, founded in 2017, is a family-owned lavender farm in Sykesville, Maryland.

  • Hundreds gathered around Maryland to protest the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.

  • Front, from left, Amber Poe of Towson, Tyje Ross of Baltimore, Tara Thompson and Taylor Saffold, both of Towson, join several hundred who gathered in front of the old Towson Courthouse Sunday afternoon to "take a knee for justice" in honor of George Floyd, a black man who was killed by Minneapolis police. Rally participants stayed kneeling for nine minutes, the time it took for Officer Chauvin to apply lethal pressure to Floyd.

    Several hundred people gathered at the old Towson Courthouse Sunday afternoon to "take a knee for justice" in honor of George Floyd, a black man who was killed by Minneapolis police.

  • People gather outside Baltimore City Hall for another night of protests after the death of George Floyd.

  • Protesters marched through downtown Baltimore on May 29, 2020, joining other demonstrations across the nation in response to George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis.

  • Because Carroll Christian is such a small private school, they have been granted permission for a small graduation ceremony in person with special social distancing rules.

  • Ananda prepares to open the outdoor dining area for service starting at 5p.m. on Friday.

  • Reopen Howard County holds a rally beginning at the Howard County courthouse and ending at the bottom of Main Street in Ellicott City. They are urging County Executive Calvin Ball to reopen local businesses and churches.

  • Memorial Day services at Angel Hill Cemetery and Tydings Park in Havre de Grace on Monday, May 25.

  • The Orioles, American Red Cross, Budweiser, UMMS host blood drive at Oriole Park.

  • The Carroll County Sports Complex in Westminster is now home to the Fletchling Archery Range, which Keegan Woodburn of Eldersburg completed as his Eagle Scout project.

  • Police involved shooting in Baltimore County - resulting in a police chase, ending on the 5600 block Furnace Ave., Elkridge. Three suspects in a vehicle, two taken to shock trauma with gunshots wounds. A standoff occurred when a suspect refused to exit the vehicle. Baltimore County Police, State Troopers, Howard County Police and Swat involved.

  • Child support story

  • Jaxon Edwin is one of the three businesses renovated during Gordon's Ramsay's visit to Ellicott City in February. The social house recently started doing haircuts for essential workers, post-Ramsay, in the coronavirus pandemic era.

  • Aftermath of shooting at Safeway in the 2400 block of North Charles St.

  • Meg and Andy Will schedule regular front yard social distancing visits with 1-year-old son Grafton "Grady" and his grandparents.