A designer bag bingo to benefit Special Olympics Carroll County will be held on Saturday, March 9, inside the Shipley Arena at the Carroll County Agriculture Center. Doors open at 4 p.m. for vendor shopping with bingo beginning at 7 p.m.
Law enforcement took to the frigid waters of the Chesapeake Bay on Friday, Jan. 25, for the Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge. The initiative raises money for the Special Olympics Maryland. As members from their agencies plunged, Carroll County's top cops explained why it's a worthy cause.
Even in accepting an award for her philanthropy, Lynn Wheeler has a long list of others she thanks. The retiring Carroll County Public executive director says she is honored to receive the Philanthropist of the Year award on behalf of the library system.
The Westminster Department of Recreation and Parks added a few new attractions to Fallfest this year to celebrate its 40th year — and can man those attractions with the minimum of 80 volunteers recruited by each of its beneficiaries.
For the ninth year in a row, local law enforcement took to the coffee and doughnut shop’s roof at 576 Jermor Lane for 30 hours for the annual Cops on Rooftops to raise money for the athletes of Special Olympics Maryland.
The annual fundraiser to support Special Olympics Maryland took place in Sykesville on Friday, pitting Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services teams against one another in knock-down-drag-out rounds of tug of war.
Parkton resident and ex-Marine Russell Lyons owns and runs Regal All-Stars cheerleading and dance gym in Timonium, where he applies the Marines' bedrock beliefs of "honor, courage and commitment" to help his students develop the skills and temperament they need to compete at the highest level.
There hasn’t been a whole lot of Orioles Magic at Camden Yards this season. New Windsor's Nick Nauman, a student at Carroll Springs School with severe developmental disabilities, provided some Thursday night, when he sang a rousing rendition of the National Anthem.
The Carroll County leg of the Torch Run will be held on Wednesday, June 6, and will consist of five smaller sections. More than 200 participants from every law enforcement agency in the county are expected to participate.
Logan MacKenzie keeps busy. He does horse judging, horse bowl, hippology, therapeutic riding, demonstration day, 4-H Jamboree and the Junior Stock Show and teaches woodworking and crafts at the Mid-Winter Blahs workshops. He also works and shows horses at High Ridge Farm.
For the second year in a row, a student from River Hill High School has been named the student member of the Howard County Board of Education. Junior Ambika Siddabathula was elected by Howard County student voters in grades sixth through 11th.
Last week, Carroll County Public Schools held Camp Winfield, an event for special needs students, as well as the school system’s special needs prom. Both events are examples of the work CCPS, Director of Special Education Nick Shockney and those in his department work to do to help students who
Brian M. Doyle, a founder and partner in a Timonium property management firm and volunteer, died Friday from pancreatic cancer at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Phoenix, Baltimore County resident, was 52.