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Top stories around Carroll County, Maryland from July 25th – July 31st

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In case you missed these stories from around Carroll County over the past week…here is a collection I have followed (or written) via Facebook and Twitter between July 25th and July 31st.


Maryland State Police Press Release about attempted kidnapping at Reese Fire Company Carnival on July 22nd

County Announces Bokey as New Director of Public Works

Troopers are looking for a man accused of getting off his motorcycle and punching a person at a Carroll County intersection.

U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger has tested positive for COVID-19, his office announced Monday.

Not really a news story…just a nice photo from Carroll County:

Maryland Muckraker joined TV Free Baltimore to talk recent stories covered and much more

Just another nice photo from Carroll County:

A woman was pronounced dead at the scene of a head-on crash that also led to a man being airlifted to an area hospital in Carroll County.

Property tax bill payments are accepted at all Carroll County Public Library branches!

The Maryland Board of Public Works approved two new Maryland Agricultural Preservation Foundation easements in Carroll County

A Westminster man who regularly plays the lottery won $150,000 in a Bonus Match 5 drawing, after stopping by a new Royal Farms in Carroll County back in March.

County Flags Lowered to Half-Staff to Honor Passing of Oscar Baker

The Community Media Center will provide live, daily coverage of the 2022 Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair

Final 2022 Primary Results in Carroll County after Mail-in Ballot Canvass 2 on July 29th

Yes, Gordon beat Herbert, but Herbert wins too:

Democratic candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor visit Carroll County Fair

The Observer takes a few photos while visiting the Carroll County Fair.

One last nice photo from Carroll County:


Note: Some stories omitted in the list above due to the source having a pay wall in order to read the story.

Some of these articles above were mentioned in the weekly newsletter published by The Observer earlier today. Be sure to subscribe to get weekly updates via email:

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