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  • Doug’s Turnings and Virginia Sperry Studio are two stops on the The Carroll County Artists’ Studio Tour that will take place Dec. 4 and 5, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. The free, self-guided tour features art studios and galleries located around Carroll County. Local artists and artisans will be offering items including pottery, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, wood turnings, furniture, polymer clay works, weaving, silk painting, felted animals, artisan teas, and yarn. Many studios will be demonstrating. Visit www.ccartists.com for more information and a map, or pick up a brochure from the Carroll Arts Center, Carroll County Tourism office, or Carroll County Public Library branches.
  • Over 75 firefighters respond to stubborn basement fire Wednesday night fire in the 300 block of Mary Avenue in Westminster. Firefighters arrived with over 35 pieces of fire suppression equipment from Westminster, Pleasant Valley, Reese, Gamber, Sykesville, in addition to Baltimore County Air Unit 19 and Upperco. Units from Frederick County arrived at the Westminster station for extra support and coverage as firefighters fought the blaze until nearly midnight. Firefighters were assisted by Baltimore Gas and Electric, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office. Units remained on scene to put equipment away and clean-up until 2:30 a.m. There were no injuries reported.
  • Groundbreaking at East Middle School in Westminster to kick off the construction of the new building, Wednesday December 1, 2021.
  • $97,000 was raised to support the Boys & Girls Club of Westminster in this year’s “Fluid Dynamics Dunk Tank” Giving Tuesday fundraiser, November 30, 2021.
  • Picturing Maryland is a visual feature that showcases faces, places and events happening around us.
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  • Catonsville High School's Annual XC Turkey Trot - 5K Race and 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk Thursday November 25, 2021. 100% of the proceeds of our Annual Catonsville Turkey Trot race go directly to the CHS Cross Country program, including the purchase of uniforms, training tools, and travel expenses, and the philanthropy causes they support.
  • After being closed over a year for renovations, the Glenwood Branch of the Howard County Library is set to reopen on Dec. 4. A new outdoor patio, two new multi-use studios, new customer service and self-service areas, newly renovated vending cafe and more are highlighted.
  • The fall sports season ended for Catonsville & Arbutus area high school sports with the state cross country meet held on Nov. 12. It was a memorable finish that capped off an outstanding season for Catonsville’s junior Hallie Shepard, who finished sixth (19:27.08) in the Class 4A girls race. Shepard, a transfer from Carver A & T, won the Baltimore County championship meet and she was third in the regional championship race. The best team during the fall was the Catonsville soccer team which finished 11-5-1 and won a regional title before falling to Northwest in overtime in the Class 4A state quarterfinals. While no other Catonsville, Lansdowne or Western Tech teams went deep into the postseason, several athletes are featured here.
  • The Great Westminster Train Show was held by the Deer Park Lions at the Carroll County Agriculture Center. It featured a large operating train display sponsored by The Baltimore American Flyer Club, Sunday November 21, 2021.
  • The Kangaroo Kids, a youth jump rope team practice at the Meadowbrook Athletic Complex in Ellicott City. Nine members, including Century High School student John Moses, have been chosen to perform in the Macys' Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • C. Milton Wright vs. J.M. Bennett boys state 3A soccer championship Friday November 19, 2021 at Loyola University.
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  • CCPS Superintendent Steven Lockard through the years
  • Esther Read, Adjunct Professor, shows some of the Dielman Inn artifacts at UMBC's Ancient Studies Department's Archaeology lab. She is the lead investigator in an archaeological survey in New Windsor.
  • A protest and prayer rally emceed by right wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos Tuesday at Baltimore’s MECU Pavilion.
  • Sunday Farmers Market in Catonsville (runs May 2 – December 19) is sponsored by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce, offering produce picked at the peak of freshness along with a delicious variety of baked goods and specialty items that include adult-beverages.
  • 2021 Maryland State Girls and Boys Cross Country Championships, Saturday November 13, 2021 at Hereford High School.
  • Leading Edge Training Center at Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford & Cecil Counties in Edgewood, Grand Opening ribbon cutting.
  • Bel Air Elementary students participated in their Patriot Parade around the school grounds to celebrate their Patriot program kick-off and Veterans Day on Thursday November 11, 2021.
  • The Havre de Grace American Legion Post 47 Veterans Day parade, Thursday November 11, 2021
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  • President Joe Biden tours the Port of Baltimore at the Dundalk Marine Terminal.
  • A manufacturing defect resulting in LEDs casting a purple glow on cities across the country.
  • The Native American Festival was held at the East Columbia Branch of the Howard County Library System on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021.
  • Redeveloped Rash Field Park at Baltimore Inner Harbor opens this weekend.
  • A reenactment of Edgar Allan Poe's "body" and casket are on display at the Laurel Museum now through Nov. 28. The traveling exhibit was put together by the Edgar Allan House in Baltimore.
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