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Recent News From Around Carroll County Maryland – June 16, 2023


Below are some items of interest from around Carroll County, Maryland seen over the past 48 hours on June 16th. This is a collection of articles and posts from various sources in the county. The Observer checks Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and TikTok to share items of interest for the community.

Reminder: “Recent News” updates have been changed to Monday, Wednesday and Friday as mentioned in the past NEWSLETTER update on June 10th

The domestic long-haired calico cat lived in the Sykesville area of Carroll County near the intersection of Oakland Mills Road and Arthur Avenue.

Did you know…in the “CCPS Guidelines for Gender Identity Non-Discrimination”: Carroll County Public Schools students shall be permitted to try out for interscholastic athletic teams consistent with their gender identity in accordance with MPSAA Guidance

Here are some top picks for things to do this weekend in Carroll County.

Annual Juneteenth Celebration in Sykesville on Saturday

The County Board of Education’s Student Representative is Ready To Serve, and to Soar Emilie Tedeschi is a powerhouse of a young woman.

Post from Tara Battaglia (Carroll County Board of Education member)

The launch of the Sykesville Hometown Hero Banners application, a project initiated by the Downtown Sykesville Connection in 2019!

Interview with Mt Airy Councilmember Stephen Domotor

Board of Carroll County Commissioners Voting Record for June 15, 2023

Local news of interest behind a paywall (this is generally local news from the Carroll County Times or Baltimore Banner)

City of Westminster takes first steps to allow sale of recreational cannabis


State or national news of interest

A Frederick County man is the latest person in the state to be charged for an alleged role in the Jan. 6 attack on the capitol.

Montgomery County Councilmember Kristin Mink (D-Dist. 5) sent her second apology of the week Tuesday, this time attempting to make amends for two tweets in 2019 in which she called Jared Kushner and his former assistant “Zionist jews.”

The White House is responding after several transgender guests exposed their chests at the administration’s Pride celebration this past weekend.

TikTok and Instagram influencers top list of trusted news sources for today’s youth

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