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  • The finals in the Carroll County mock trial competition were held on Tuesday, February 18. Liberty High School and Westminster High School Team A competed for the county championship.

  • Ekiben founder Steve Chu [finally] makes ‘Papa Chu’ proud

  • Baltimore’s Legg Mason is being acquired by California-based Franklin Templeton. The global investment management firm is paying $4.5 billion for Legg Mason. The company has roughly 300 employees in the city

  • Staffs pick of the week - 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 Society 1601 Nicodemus Rd. Reisterstown, MD 21136 410-833-8848 or www.bmorehumane.org

  • Project Linus

    Project Linus Baltimore County chapter - Project Linus, is a non-profit organization, that provides homemade blankets to children in need.

  • Maple Magic at Ladew Topiary Gardens Sunday February 16, 2020.

  • The National Pan-Hellenic Council of Howard County and the Howard County Public School System hosted the 2020 Black History Expo at Long Reach High School, Saturday, February 15. This year’s expo theme was “African Americans and the Vote.”

  • Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) Dog Adoptions at Laurel Petco Saturday February 15, 2020.

  • Hosted by Downtown Sykesville Connection and Patapsco Distilling Company, the third annual Sykesville Cocoa Crawl allows visiting patrons to sample cocoa from a variety of Main Street merchants after purchasing custom travel mugs for the event. Proceeds go to future merchant events in Sykesville.

  • CCPS hosted a wellness event Thursday at Winters Mill High School aimed at helping students and parents navigate difficult waters.

  • 2020 Maryland RV Show Friday February 14, 2020 at the Timonium Fairgrounds.

  • Community Night; “Navigating Difficult Waters Together: Supporting, Empowering, and Communicating with Today’s Youth,” was held at Winters Mill High School, Thursday February 14, with discussions regarding how to recognize signs and talk to your kids about drugs.

  • Duckpin bowling still has a following in the Baltimore area, although the sport is a far cry from its heyday in the 50s and 60s — or is it?

  • Florists around Carroll County spent Thursday making deliveries and filling orders for Valentine’s Day, traditionally one of their busiest and best days of the year.

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