That extreme politicization of the national conversation about immigration is part of what makes director David Sutherland’s “Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore,” which airs Monday night at 9 on PBS, such a special documentary.
For the first time in the nation, a state National Guard — Maryland's — is led by a command staff entirely composed of women. As of fall 2018, the top four leaders in the state's National Guard are all women — three of them African American — and all mothers.
There was standing-room only as Army and Air Force officers and enlisted men and women joined civilians, dignitaries, and folks from literally all over the world gathered to recognize the career and accomplishments of Thomas B. Beyard on Jan. 12.
A Sykesville resident recalls her experience with Maria Oesterreicher, supporting her bid for Judge of the Carroll County Circuit Court; another writer sings praises of Del. Susan Krebs, while a third is critical of Times' columnists comparison of Democrats to movie monsters.
On Saturday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. the City of Westminster will be rededicating the old Longwell Armory to Jerome L. Day (1896-1918). Day was the first person from Carroll County killed in World War I after his unit of approximately 64 soldiers deployed from the old Longwell Armory.
A Maryland National Guard helicopter rescue team has been sent to North Carolina as Hurricane Florence pounds the state's southern coast. The state is also opening two shelters, in Prince George's and Queen Anne's counties, for storm evacuees.
History is often the sanitized and romanticized version of difficult events, in which ordinary folks stepped up to the plate to do extraordinary things. One example is the Willis-Dorm family, whose members have historically played key and critical public servant and leadership roles.
In the 20th year of the week-long Camp C.O.P.S. — Courage to be Outstanding with Pride and Self-Confidence — around 100 campers spent the week learning skills and teamwork and what its like for members of the law enforcement profession.
A highlight of the recent American Legion convention in Ocean City was hearing from some of the young people who attended and graduated from the American Legion-run Boys and Girls State. Boys and Girls State is a one-week leadership program for incoming high school seniors.
Staff Sgt. Eddison Hermond Jr. “put his life at risk for someone he didn’t even know,” Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said before a packed room of hundreds of mourners, including many military service members, during funeral services at the Church at Severn Run in Severn.
The friends and family of the National Guardsman who died after being swept away in the Ellicott City flood on Sunday have set up a scholarship fund in his honor through the Restaurant Association of Maryland.
No matter when you choose to celebrate Memorial Day, be it today, Monday or the original May 30 date, we encourage everyone to take a few minutes to reflect and honor those who have died fighting for the freedoms we enjoy.
This year marks the 51st time Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens has hosted a Memorial Day Ceremony to honor those who have fallen in the line of duty. The ceremony, which include speeches, wreath-laying and a 21-gun salute, will begin at 10 a.m. in Dulaney Valley’s Circle of the Immortals.
This year’s annual Westminster Mother’s Day tradition, the Flower and Jazz Festival, had an international flair to it as three Estonian officials joined the thousands of folks who attended the ever-popular annual event.
Winters Mill High School is hosting a countywide event for Carroll high school and middle school students who are participating in the National History Day competition. They will display their work at Winters Mill on Saturday, Feb. 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.