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Eighth grade students from Team 8 at Oklahoma Road Middle School participated in a simulated Congressional hearing during their class times on Monday, December 20, 2010. Students researched topics about Articles 1, 2, and 3 of the U.S. Constitution, the Articles of Confederation, and The Great Compromise in order to prepare an 'expert witness'

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The South Carroll Business Association (SCBA) presented a check for $1,000 to the Carroll County Public Schools Education Foundation at the December 15th general membership meeting held at Salerno's Catering Hall.  Pictured from left are: Andie Luchini, Manager of the Carroll County Public Schools Education Foundation and Dave

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Carroll County Commissioners voted unanimously today to begin a 3 year transition from the Maryland State Police Resident Trooper Program to the Sheriff’s Department as the Primary Law Enforcement Agency in Carroll County.

The transition will begin on July 1, 2011 and will replace 15 Resident Troopers each year of the next three...

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If you want to see a smiling face, simply drive around to the back of the new Goodwill at 1346 Liberty Road in Eldersburg.  An employee will be there to greet you and receive your gently used goods, and give you a receipt for your donation. This week is a prime time to donate, as many are performing post-Christmas de-cluttering at home...

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The Manhattan Business Directory of Maryland (MBD) offers a unique advertising experience for businesses hoping to get their name recognized.

Maryland’s MBD gives businesses the opportunity to display advertisements in full color on the glossy pages of the directory’s semiannually published booklet. It caters to various

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Oklahoma Road Middle School has been named as a Maryland 2011 Blue Ribbon School. Dr. Nancy Grasmick, State Superintendent of Schools, announced the award on Friday, December 17, 2010, at the Maryland State Department of Education.

The Blue Ribbon Schools Program is a state and national program that...
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The weekend of December 11-12, 2010 was a busy one for Elders Baptist Church, Eldersburg, Md.  The church's annual Christmas play was entitled "The First Noel, Born is the King" and highlighted scenes surrounding Jesus' birth through story and song.  Directed by Rev. Dee Solomon, the shepherd choir sang a mix of modern and classic...

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In what could arguably called the worst day ever in Eldersburg traffic, a small but dangerous snow hit Eldersburg midday, causing major disruption to traffic throughout town.  Roughly two inches of snow fell, but the timing and slick coating on Eldersburg roads left many struggling to get around town.

School Buses Run...

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Today, the Board of Carroll County Commissioners unveiled their Ten Governing Principles for their administration. Board President Doug Howard said, “It is important for us to set a direction and we have worked collectively on this.” The philosophies are as follows:

1. Smaller, Constitutional Government: As a matter of principle...

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Freedom Area Rec’s Dramatic Arts Program announces its very 1st theatrical production! They will be hosting two dinner theater performances adapted from Frank Capra’s 1946 motion picture, It’s a Wonderful Life, written by Tony Palermo. The classic story about George Baily, an unsung hero of Bedford Falls who is shown by an...

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Several Tristar Martial Arts staff won awards at the National Martial Arts Convention. Mrs. Simmons and Ms. Simmons were awarded Outstanding Program Director for their exceptional customer service and care for all our students. Sensei Birger, Sensei Thompson, Mrs. McCarron and Mr. Parsons all were awarded Inspirational Instructor awards for...

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Salerno's Wins Award
On November 4th, Salerno’s was awarded the Redevelopment award from the Carroll County Department of Economic Development, for the remodel/expansion work.  Salerno’s is not finished with the remodel/expansion work, they are starting on the addition of extra parking.

Terry's Tag and Title Wins Award...

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