Top News: The Difference Between 'Conservative and Crazy,' A Weak Winter Storm and High Earners in Eldersburg
Patch brings you the top headlines for the week from Westminster and Carroll County.
Anyone wishing to learn more about the city's new Rental Housing License Program can attend an upcoming meeting.
Westminster city administrative offices will be closed Wednesday, March 6 and bulk trash will not be collected this week. Find out what other adjustments are being made in response to the storm.
What was to be a legendary winter storm turned out to be much less than that.
Citizens now have access to an online form to file Public Information Act requests from the county.
Patch highlights the arguments for and against different funding levels. Weigh in on our poll or in comments to let us know how you want to see education funded.
"There's a fundamental difference between conservative and crazy," Commissioner Haven Shoemaker said. "What's maddening about this budget debate is that wrecking our school system is really what's at stake and it's for no good reason."
Delegate Justin Ready presented a bill that would prohibit state and local governments from installing tracking devices on cars for the purpose of imposing a mileage tax.
Find out how Eldersburg stacks up against other Maryland communities in terms of earning.
This week’s featured piece of high-end real estate in Sykesville is a 4-bedroom, 3-bath brick colonial located on 3+ acres of wooded property.