When she began to raise goats to sell 15 years ago, Pam Adams used to get one or two calls a month. Today, she gets at least three calls a week.
After accusations of bullying, threats of lawsuits and some yelling, the Carroll County Board of Commissioners will try to set a positive tone for meetings.
Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen is opening an office in Carroll County.
Some Maryland businesses are reporting brisk business from tourists attending Civil War anniversary events in nearby Gettysburg, Pa.
Carroll County will use county funding to contribute to a state-mandated stormwater remediation effort instead of implementing a fee for individual residents and businesses.
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners has voted to set aside $3 million for a penalty for leaving a proposed waste-to-energy incinerator project with Frederick County.
A swim school is temporarily closing a Finksburg pool after the Carroll County Health Department announced it had been operating for more than a year without a valid permit.
A bottle bomb is tossed from a moving car in Carroll County onto a restaurant patio where customers were dining.
Simulators bring drunk driving to life for a group of Maryland teens.
Carroll County may soon reverse a ban on guns at the county’s solid waste facilities in response to a Second Amendment group’s objections.
Two Carroll County residents are suing to stop prayers to Jesus Christ before meetings of the Board of Commissioners.
The Piney Creek Presbyterian Church’s 250th celebration began with an Old Tyme Picnic and a history lesson for a congregation where it’s not unusual to have four generations in the same pew.