Maryland State Police and the Westminster Police Department are conducting an investigation into the fatal fire involving a homeless female on West Main Street in Westminster.
When Connie Mayers decided to open a candy shop, she knew women would be her primary customers. So, to be successful, she designed her shop around what women would like: chocolate and jewelry.
Four days after a deadly train derailment, Ellicott City is back open for business. Roads reopened in the center of town as questions still swirl about what caused that train to go off the tracks.
The Cecil County Sheriff’s Office says a tanker overturned and caught fire around 9:30 p.m. Friday. Officials say the tanker was carrying propane.
Much of Ellicott City is still off limits because of the debris and cleanup from the train derailment on Tuesday.
Bob Bradshaw looked out the window one morning and saw what he thought were turkey buzzards perched on the Victorian porch railing that wraps around the front of Bradshaw & Sons Funeral Home.
A historic restaurant considered the anchor for New Market’s Main Street businesses will reopen in April.
After learning that the Lineboro Post Office was closing, Kathy McGee closed her post office box and began having mail delivered to her business, the Village Inn, on Main Street in Lineboro.
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is moving back to Main Street in Westminster.
The many downtown windows plastered with public-notice signs from the city depict a Main Street in transition.