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  • The Inaugural Carroll County Veterans Celebration Sunday in Westminster, celebrated all Veterans, Military, and their families. The family-friendly day included live entertainment, food trucks and vendors, a beer garden, children’s activities, military exhibits, craft vendors and more. Two bands entertained the guests, the Six String Soldiers from the United States Army Field Band, followed by Midnite Run. The day also featured a resource fair hosting many local Veteran Service Organizations with helpful information and materials for Veterans of all ages.
  • The age of photojournalism had just dawned in Baltimore in 1901. Since then, the camera has recorded and compiled a historical visual record of the events that have shaped the world, nation and Maryland, in the 20th century and now the 21st. The technology has evolved from flash powder erupting in a great "poof" to today's digital imagery -- no darkroom required.
  • Atholton vs Long Reach softball in regional quarter final, Thursday May 12, 2022 at Long Reach High School. Long Reach outlasted Atholton 6-5.
  • Pimlico Race Course prepares for the 147th Preakness Stakes later in May. Upgrades to Pimlico are not expected to be done until 2026.
  • The Orioles won, 3-2, over the Cardinals.
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  • The Police Unity Tour, a group of volunteer cyclists honoring officers who died in the line of duty and raising funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, made a stop in Harford County on Wednesday.
  • Marriotts Ridge vs Centennial boys lacrosse in regional quarter final, Wednesday May 11, 2022 at Centennial High School.
  • Howard vs Centennial girls lacrosse in regional quarter final, Wednesday May 11, 2022 at Centennial High School. Howard won in "sudden win" in 28 seconds of OT, 13-12.
  • Historic Ellicott City, Inc. is hosting its popular 34th Annual Decorator Show House Fundraiser after not hosting it for several years because of COVID and other problems. Oakdale Mansion, former Maryland Governor Edwin Warfield's home sits on 180 acres and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
  • Cradlerock Elementary School has a new STEM Center sponsored by the Cal Ripken senior Foundation and The Kahlert Foundation.
  • Orioles beat Royals, 6-1 on May 9, 2022 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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  • There is an online auction going on for Historic Roop's Mill, which includes a Mill Building, left, (C. 1816), Manor Home, right, (C. 1825) and other farm buildings.
  • Nearly 100 CCPS elementary and middle school students with special needs teamed up with McDaniel College students for the 31st annual Tournament of Champions at the Gill Center on McDaniel's campus, Friday May 6, 2022.
  • Carroll County Public School System hosted its Special Need Prom for county high school special needs students on Friday May 6, 2022 at Winters Mill High School.
  • Liberty vs Manchester Valley boys lacrosse Thursday May 5, 2022 at Manchester Valley High School.
  • The battle for the future of conservative politics in Maryland is coming down to the wire as four candidates face off in this summer’s gubernatorial primary. The winner will go head-to-head in November with whoever emerges from a crowded 10-person Democratic field in the hopes of succeeding outgoing two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
  • Baltimore was home to many slave jails in the early 1800s and the harbor was used to ship enslaved people to the Deep South. A look at some of those locations and what they look like now.
  • A collection of the best Sun staff photos from Orioles Opening Day to spring flowers in Baltimore.
  • Eid-ul-Fitr celebration Monday, May 2, 2022, at the Richlin Catering and Event Center in Edgewood, Maryland.
  • The newly-dedicated American Airlines plane, Flagship Valor, arrives at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport carrying more than 100 veterans from the Phoenix, AZ area who are flying courtesy of the Honor Flight Network.
  • A Harford County Public Schools' Envirothon competition was held at Eden Mill Nature Center. Teams of high school students competed in the Envirothon competition where each team rotated through a variety of stations such as animal & plant identification, tree identification, soils identification and others, Friday April 29, 2022.
  • The 45-acre Mill Green Mill property in the Mill Green historic district was purchased by the Bottiglieri family in 2021 as a multigenerational residence. The family recently granted the Harford Land Trust an easement to the historic property, which includes the miller's house dating from 1743, which has been built onto as part of the private residence; the original mill from 1827 and the first in-ground pool built in Harford County, now a koi pond. It's also one of three National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom sites in the county.
  • Renderings show the plans for Baltimore's Middle Branch that include opportunities to boat, fish, and gather for events.
  • The 53rd annual Towsontown Spring Festival, April 30 and May 1 2022 at the Baltimore County Historic Courthouse, Towson.
  • Ten Democrats are vying for their party’s nomination this year in the hopes of replacing outgoing two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. Here’s a quick look at the crowded field ahead of the July 19 primary.
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