With a mix of patriotic and gospel music, the Old Line Statesmen Barbershop Chorus will hold its annual spring show, “God Bless the USA,” bringing the Scott Center at Carroll Community College alive with an a capella tribute to God and country.
The warmer weather has everyone out and about. Getting up as the sun does, maybe tending to the yard, hitting some flea markets or car shows in the area, and just enjoying the warmth and sunshine. Why not add to your list of tasks to stop by the Hampstead Farmers’ Market?
A growing list of athletes have declined invitations from President Donald J. Trump to visit the White House as a stance against his racist and anti-immigrant rhetoric. Sadly, Tiger Woods isn't one of them.
Maryland women's golf coach, Diana Cantú, a former member of the Mexican national team, has brought players from five different countries together to help the Terps reach the NCAA championships for the first time in seven years.
Alex Smith, a starting short-stick defensive midfielder for the No. 3 Terps, has played in all 10 games this spring, and his father has attended all but one because of a little something called Super Bowl LIII.
Robert E. Carney Jr., former court auditor for the Circuit Court of Baltimore County who had been a partner in the law firm of Molore, Careny, Ryan & Lattanzi, died Sunday from melanoma at Encore of Turf Valley. He was 87.
The Orioles’ home opener is April 4, meaning that baseball will soon be back, and all will be well with the world. With all you fine folks in mind, we offer this guide to celebrating beyond Opening Day.
James F. Ridenour, a retired educational fund raiser who had been active with the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, died March 10 from pulmonary fibrosis and hypertension at his Guilford condominium. He was 86.
Gov. Hogan touted the economic benefits of the later start to the school year, but education advocates have said it isn’t worth the trade off. But the arguments in favor of an earlier start don’t seem to pass muster, after examining a number of Central Maryland public school calendars.
Carroll County’s fire, rescue and emergency medical services might be joining forces over the course of the next three years to become an official county agency to improve its services for employees, volunteers and the community.
This week is National Burn Awareness Week (Feb. 3-9), and while that might sound like something that has to do with fire, a significant number of serious burns occur from sources other than fire, according to the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
FTF Racing’s Correjon continued his winter hot streak at Laurel Park, earning his third straight win over its main track with a record-setting half-length triumph in Sunday’s featured Super Bowl Starter Handicap.