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mainStreetSykesville

Sykesville was recently nominated to be part of the "Paint What Matters - Main Street Matters" contest being held by Benjamin Moore.  Benjamin Moore is running a voting contest and is committed to repainting 20 main streets across the US and Canada. They are getting many people excited about the project including Brad Pitt...

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Sykesville Cinema returns this year for another season of outdoor movies in the park.  Movies will be shown on a 12' inflatable movie screen and a powerful audio and video system.  The outdoor cinema will be held at South Branch Park just across the Patapsco River from downtown Sykesville beginning at dusk. The schedule will...

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graduation

This week both Liberty and Century High School are preparing for graduation! 

Both schools will be holding various senior events and graduation practices. 

Graduation for Liberty High School will take place at McDaniel College @ 7PM on June 5th, and Century High School's will take place @ 7:30PM on June 7th.

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sun-heat

The South Carroll Senior and Community Center, as well as the Eldersburg Library, will have a cooling center open due to the Maryland Department of the Environment issuing a Code Orange air quality alert for Baltimore and DC Metro areas because of the temperature and humidty forecast for this week.  People often sensitive to the heat and...

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Community Forums will be being held around various libraries in Carroll County by the Community Media Center.  They are targeted at learning which topics and issues are most important to Carroll County Residents and how the Community Media Center can help address those needs.

They will be meeting June 4 from 9am - 7pm at the...

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The proposed plan for Carrolltowne Center, being called "Eldersburg Commons", will be being reviewed at a public Meeting on Wednesday May 29 at 9:25 am at the Carroll County Office Building, 225 Center Street, rooms 3 and 4.  

Black Oak Associates have set up a website dedicated to information about the project and to receiving...

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The drama team at Liberty High School proved that hard work does pay off when they scored 14 awards at the Cappies this year, held at the Hippodrome in Baltimore!  Anyone that saw Tarzan: The Musical or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory can understand why.

The winners...

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trout

Piney Run Park will be holding the Piney Run Youth Panfish Derby Saturday, June 1, 2013 from 7am - 11am for children ages 15 and under.  This event is co-sponsored by Bass Pro Shops and will include fishing tackle prizes for the top three entries for Crappie, Yellow Perch, and Bluegill.  

 

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savageDance

Eldersburg based Savage Dance Company journeyed to The Joyce Theater in NYC to compete at the Dancin' Downtown choreography competetion on May 20.  This is the first year that they submitted a DVD for consideration for the event.  The event is one of many events that the Savage Dance Company particpates in to give back and help...

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Mr Dixon Harvey, president of Black Oak Associates, aanouned to a large crowd of Eldersburg residents a $50 million renovation project for Carrolltown Center.  This once busy mall and shopping center has lost merchant after merchant over the last several years leaving an eye-sore and near empty building at the Ridge Road and Liberty Road...

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demolition

According to Assistant Secretary Bart Thomas, the Henryton State Hospital could be set to be demolished as soon as May.  The building that has become a target for ghost stories and a canvas for graffiti has both asbestos and lead paint in it.  The location has been vacant since 1985.  The Maryland Department of General Services...

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With the Town of Sykesville's General Election coming up on Tuesday, May 7, nominations for Mayor and three Council Members will be accepted this Monday, March 25 at the town council meeting. Residents must be registered to vote in the General Election and registration forms can be found at: 

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