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Savoring the Sweets of Summer

This is the season of abundance.  From the Carroll County Farmers’ Market to the dozens of locally owned farms that work the corners of the county, summer is the season for enjoying the freshest fruits from Carroll’s orchards and fields. And th...

Is Technology Isolating Your Teenager?

Dr. Robert Trader, McDaniel College  Perhaps it began with the BlackBerry, the cellphone so addictive that it quickly earned the nickname of “CrackBerry.” In the years since their introduction into society, smartphones — which by their very d...

The Benefits of the Family Dinner Table

The benefits of the family dinner table go far beyond nutrition and good manners.  They can have a calming effect, as well as  offer time for productive communication.

Give Dad a Thrill for Father's Day

Give Dad a thrill for Father’s Day:  Race car driving, skydiving, hiking, whitewater rafting and zip lining are all within easy reach.

Up, Up & Away With Maryland's Rocketeers

Neil McGilvray, vice president of the Maryland Delaware Rocketry Association Inc., has his hand on the launch controls as he watches another rocket blast skyward.Kids growing up during the last six decades have had ring-side seats for spectacular sc...

Want to Get In the Swim?

There is no shortage of opportunities to swim in Carroll County. If you have a residential pool, you are all set for the season. Otherwise, there are plenty of places in the county to choose from. Here is a sampling:WestminsterWestminster Municipal ...

Celebrating July 4

Founding father John Adams thought Independence Day would be commemorated on July 2, when the decision for independence from Great Britain was made, not July 4, the date of the actual Declaration of Independence document:“I am apt to believe that ...

Giving Back

One of Carroll County’s most active volunteer workers, Beth Tevis, gives her time and effort generously to many of the area’s civic and education organizations.

Mt. Airy Filmmaker's Movie Has Sneak Preview at Carroll Arts Council Theater

“Ping Pong Summer,” a film written and directed by Mount Airy’s Michael Tully, will be screened by the Carroll Arts Council on June 5.