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In honor of March being National Nutrition Month, Carroll Hospital and The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County joined forces to educate Francis Scott Key... [Read More]
Trump is probably the best salesman we have ever seen in the White House. And that's not really a compliment. His organizational skills and use... [Read More]
The need for Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers fluctuates, but is particularly high in Carroll County right now. Consider this a call to action... [Read More]
Give a friend a forever home. [Read More]
Given the recent update by the Director of Public Works to the Board of County Commissioners related to the $28 million projected cost to move... [Read More]
In preparing his editorial takedown of Republican House of Delegates candidate David Ellin, in which he chastised Ellin for — gasp — his past campaign... [Read More]
There is a problem in this county and that problem is a major lack of understanding issues. First, has there ever been a crisis of... [Read More]
Senior Prom with a St. Patrick's Day Theme at St. Joseph Parish in Eldersburg, MD., Saturday, March 17, 2018. [Read More]
The 2018 high school sports season in Carroll County is scheduled to begin Wednesday, March 21. [Read More]
Carroll Gymnastics competed in the Anti-Bullying Meet on Jan. 28 at the Carroll County Ag Center in Westminster, with their Level 7 team finishing second... [Read More]
If someone came up to you on the street and offered you cash for your vote, most of us would immediately respond "No!" thinking "how... [Read More]
Why do we revel so much in the victory of the underdog? [Read More]
Westminster senior Brad Walsh is the Times Wrestler of the Year. [Read More]
The last bastion of American toy stores has fallen with the announcement that Toys 'R' Us will be closing or selling off all of its... [Read More]
Images of the winter 2018 Carroll County Times high school athletes of the year. [Read More]
Remember the saying "buyer beware." In Carroll County, it's "home owner beware." If you own a house, make sure you get the deed changed to... [Read More]
In Annapolis, people selectively use the "slippery slope" argument. This means many times an opponent of one proposal on another will express concern that the... [Read More]