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Give But What If It's Poorly Received?

While the stained glass piece was beautiful, it didn't fit into Vickii Engel Thomas's home decor. She ended up putting the piece in a spare bedroom. Photo by Amy McIntyre DevilbissEvery year at Christmas, Marilyn sent her sister-in-law a lovely gift...

Christmas Tree Farm List

One hallmark of Christmas is the fresh scent of an evergreen. With at least 13 Christmas tree farms in Carroll County, the hunt for the perfect tree can be a fun excursion and a family tradition. You find just the right shape, size and scent for you...

Person of the Year: Dr. Robert Wack

“Person of the Year is well-deserved. Robert has done a tremendous amount for betterment of many facets of our community. City Councilman, author, athlete – he has done it all. He is the epitomy of a Renaissance man.”– Tony Chiavacci, Counci...

911: Dispatching Compassion in Chaos

Carroll County’s 911 center dispatches more than 19,000 fire and ambulance calls and more than 60,000 police calls each year. The people who answer those frantic calls know that they are a lifeline to those in need.

The Thrill of the Hunt.

Residential development, loss of farmland and a growing number of landowners reluctant to allow hunting on their properties have greatly reduced hunting options. But thousands still head out in search of game.

Home(s) for the Holidays

Residential development, loss of farmland and a growing number of landowners reluctant to allow hunting on their properties have greatly reduced hunting options. But thousands still head out in search of game.

String Project Keeps Music Fun, Affordable Accessible

Carroll County String Project brings quality music instruction to students of all ages in places they can get to and in ways that are affordable.

Nonviolence Calls for Courage and Action

Martin Luther King Jr. studied nonviolence and put it to real-world use in the successful struggle against segregation. Most people are surprised to learn that nonviolence isn’t about just holding spontaneous demonstrations; it requires training and discipline.

Brunches for the Bunches

After the stuffing and the roasting, the sautéing and the stirring, the whisking and the rolling that go into cooking and serving a holiday dinner, cooks who host guests this season can be assured of one reality: Everyone will be hungry again the f...