Top News: A Home Invasion, Tribute to the Tragic Death of a Child and a New Stadium for McDaniel
Patch sums up the top Carroll County headlines of the week.
Police are looking for Joseph Jerome Page Jr., wanted on several charges in a Taneytown assault. He is armed and dangerous, officials said.
Construction on the Kenneth R. Gill Stadium will not be complete but spectators can use parts of the new grandstand.
School Superintendent Stephen Guthrie says metal detectors are not warranted in Carroll County schools.
Maryland drivers who fail to stop and check for pedestrians at nonfunctioning traffic signals will soon face larger fines and points on their licenses.
Money is being raised to build a playground at Mechanicsville Elementary in memory of Kindergartner Nathan "Nate" Baker who died on Sept. 2.
Maryland voters will see same-sex marriage on the ballot in November.
Two young men have been arrested and charged for using modified illegal fireworks to destroy property.