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Westminster (Carroll, Maryland)

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  • Expected signings

    These local student-athletes are expected to sign National Letters of Intent to play college sports on Wednesday's national signing day. If you know of signings that don't appear on this list, email sports@baltsun.com. Football Listed by name, high...
  • Couple with Maryland ties connected to Fla. officer murder

    A couple with ties to Maryland is believed to be responsible for the shooting death of a Florida police officer. Benjamin Holtermann, wanted in connection with crimes in Maryland, shot and killed Deputy Jonathan Scott Pine, 34, after a brief foot...
  • Maryland bloodhound is a top dog at Westminster Kennel Club

    Maryland bloodhound is a top dog at Westminster Kennel Club
    Nathan, the floppy-jowled, big-eared, giant Bloodhound from Maryland who arguably drew the loudest cheers at this year’s Westminster Kennel Club show, almost never made it out to compete. “I thought about not even showing Nathan,” says...
  • Winters Mill upsets No. 11 South Carroll, repeats as Carroll wrestling champion

    Winters Mill upsets No. 11 South Carroll, repeats as Carroll wrestling champion
    In Carroll County, Winters Mill built an early lead and hung on to defeat No. 11 South Carroll, 189-183, to retain the Carroll County wrestling championship. North Carroll and host Westminster tied for third with 144 points. The Falcons were led by...
  • Cochran making a sound contribution to his hometown of Columbia

    Cochran making a sound contribution to his hometown of Columbia
    In the early years of Columbia, William Cochran often rode his bike from his family's home in Clarksville to explore the new city, where the fountain in man-made Wilde Lake and other examples of public art made an indelible impression. Cochran —...
  • Off-campus confrontation led to McDaniel College shooting, lockdown, police say

    Off-campus confrontation led to McDaniel College shooting, lockdown, police say
    A shooting that prompted a three-hour lockdown at McDaniel College early Sunday stemmed from a confrontation between a group of students and four men just off the Westminster campus, police said. A group of male students was walking back to the campus...
  • Strong winds, severe storm threat raise power outage concerns

    Strong winds, severe storm threat raise power outage concerns
    Meteorologists and utility officials cautioned of possible power outages Wednesday night as wind gusts up to 50 mph blow through the region, along with possible thunderstorms and then a burst of cold air. The combination of high winds and saturated soil...
  • Traffic: I-83 reopens after fatal crash near Cold Spring Lane

    Traffic: I-83 reopens after fatal crash near Cold Spring Lane
    As of 9:50 a.m., all lanes have reopened on southbound Interstate 83 near Cold Spring Lane after a fatal crash near the Pepsi sign, the Maryland Department of Transportation said. A driver was ejected amid the crash, which had shut down I-83 earlier...
  • Maryland vs. Pennsylvania boys basketball showcase slated for Saturday in Harrisburg

    The Maryland vs. Pennsylvania boys basketball all-star game, which features Maryland seniors from various local leagues, is set for 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Harrisburg Christian Athletic Center. Last year, the Maryland squad came away with a 117-105...
  • No. 2 Maryland beats Towson, 19-8, in women's lacrosse

    No. 2 Maryland beats Towson, 19-8, in women's lacrosse
    Towson kept the game close for nearly a quarter before No. 2 Maryland went on a 7-0 run and won, 19-8, Wednesday night. Kelly McPartland had a game-high six goals for the host Terps (12-0). Gabby Cha (Mount de Sales) gave the Tigers (5-5) a 1-0 lead 2:...
  • Robbers, gunfire and groundhogs under the influence during Prohibition in Carroll County

    It was March 30, 1923, and Carroll County, like the rest of the nation, was in the depths of Prohibition. Prohibition, known as the Volstead Act, did not go into effect throughout the nation until Jan. 20, 1920. But Carroll Countians had voted to outlaw...