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Recent News From Around Carroll County Maryland – June 23, 2023


Below are some items of interest from around Carroll County, Maryland seen over the past 48 hours on June 23rd. 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: Dunkin’ announced it will celebrate the grand opening of its newly remodeled Next Generation restaurant in Hampstead at 822 South Main Street on Friday, June 23rd. Starting at 9:00 a.m., the restaurant will reward the first 100 customers with Free Coffee for a Year

Photos from the Westminster Building Fire at 332 140 Village road.

Carroll County knows how to have a good time in the summer months with its carnivals, farmers’ markets, parks and festivals. Some activities and locations are worth visiting again and again, and others are worth putting on the bucket list of must-do this time around.

From Commissioner Gordon: “It was a true honor to be able to meet Veteran George Keeney an Army Sergeant E5 who served in the Vietnam War. It was truly humbling to see his final wish made a reality as he received his medal 57 years later.”

Girls Lacrosse lands two Falcons on the Carroll County Times All-County lists

Carroll County standout Haley Greenwade will be joining the Lynx Soccer team in 2023!

The Carroll County Republican Central Committee of Maryland elected Sam Jones to fill the seat vacated by the outgoing Deb Thomas

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

As the investigation into a police-involved shooting earlier this month in Eldersburg that left a Sykesville man dead continues, state officials said Thursday that they would delay releasing footage from state troopers’ body-worn cameras in order to “conduct untainted interviews” related to the investigation.

Carroll County planning staff are working to get a $48,000 state grant for improvements to the Route 140 corridor in Finksburg.

Carroll Biz Challenge selects five local entrepreneurs to vie for $10,000 grand prize

State or national news of interest

Maryland Gas Tax to increase on July 1st.

What are your thoughts about former Governor Hogan as a 3rd party candidate?

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