Written By Anne Blue On the first day of school last year, the Twery family let their dog, Sammy, out into the yard. Usually she stays in the yard, but on that busy morning the collar that keeps her inside her electric fence...Read More
Written By Cari Pierce It is a rare collection of Carroll County history, a museum of U.S. wars, and a tribute to life at the turn of the century – the 20th Century. Admission is free. All are welcome. Just don’t be...Read More
Written By Shelly Horn Soon many Carroll residents will pack their suitcases and head to the beach. But will they have the latest innovations and styles in beach gear? Carroll Magazine readers will. From the beach chair that has...Read More
Written By Evan Balkan Hershey Park? Gettysburg? Baltimore Zoo? As the kids might say, “Been there, done that.” Ready for something new? These day trips are within an hour and a half of Westminster – and you don’t have to...Read More
Written By Anne Blue By the time Rene Bonde finished high school, she had tried just about everything Carroll County 4-H had to offer – from photography, sewing, and modeling clothes to raising rabbits and lambs. “I...Read More
Written By Carol Cahall The “Second Saturday Stroll,” a monthly event in Mount Airy, is reminiscent of the time when folks would come downtown on Saturday evening to grab a bite to eat, shop and visit with their neighbors. The...Read More
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