Top News: Election 2012, Controversy Over Landlord Licensing, and One Dedicated Voter
Patch sums up the top headlines in Carroll County this week.
The operators of Maryland Live! said it will move fast to hire 1,000 new workers and install table games now that voters have approved expanded gambling.
Westminster's Mayor and Common Council heard feedback from citizens and landlords about the proposed Landlord Licensing Program.
Police said they arrested two men living at a homeless encampment in Westminster after they assaulted a third man living at the camp Wednesday evening.
Eldersburg resident Betty Griffith said she has been a Democrat since 1928.
There were 22 entries in the first ever Carroll Business Challenge - a local business start-up competition with a $5,000 prize.
Studies conducted over more than a decade in watersheds across the state have found that pets produce up to one-third of bacterial pollution in waterways near developed areas.
In spite of being in a blue state, Carroll County continues to be a Republican voting county.
Incumbent Jennifer Seidel and former public schools employee Jim Doolan have won the Carroll County Board of Education race.
Patch runs down some of the images of Superstorm Sandy's impact on Maryland