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Maryland state retirees losing prescription coverage in 2019
PIKESVILLE, Md (WMAR) - Thousands of Medicare-eligible state retirees are just finding out that their prescription drug coverage is ending in 6 months, leaving them scrambling to find a new plan that works for them and their families on a limited budget.
Police: Hanover man molested girl
Hanover Police say James Michael Bowlin Jr., 36, admitted to molesting the girl last summer.
Adams County inspections: Three restaurants out of compliance
Water, as observed at hand-washing sink, is not under pressure during inspection.Consumer microwave unit located near condiments has old food residue and splatter on interior ceiling and is not clean to sight and touch.Soda dispenser nozzles as well as on the under ceiling where nozzles are located
Cal Ripken Jr. sold his house to another Oriole
Turns out the highly specific amenities the house boasts (batting cages and a baseball diamond) will be put to use after all, as the new owner of the estate is Orioles player Adam Jones, according toWashington Business Journal.
Westminster Pride Safe Zone Training
This workshop is designed to educate business owners about LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning) communities. Business owners who complete the training will receive an official sticker to display in their windows designating them as an LGBTQ+ Safe Zone and be listed on the
Police log: Report of a fight and underage drinking
7:56 a.m. No injuries were reported and towing was not required following a crash at High and Pine streets. A 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe operated by Sharon Wagman, of Spring Grove, struck a 2006 Toyota Rav 4 operated by Christine Kennedy, of Gettysburg.
Owings Mills to get high-rise luxury apartment building
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WBFF) - More development is underway at Owings Mills Metro Centre, as officials announced the start of construction on a 114-unit luxury apartment complex.
Baltimore County police seek help to find missing 10-year-old boy
Malik Zacharia Christian, 10, of Pikesville, was last seen Tuesday wearing a black polo shirt and blue jeans.
Manchester to close down York Street for 'Go Skateboarding Day' Thursday, June 21
As Mike Cassell of the Manchester Skate Park Project, left, looks on, Hayden Askew, 12, of Manchester competes in a high ollie contest during a fundraiser for the Manchester Skate Park Project Saturday, May 26, 2018. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Hanover-area home raided, 2 women charged with dealing drugs
Members of the York County Drug Force arrested two women in a Hanover-area home last week and charged them with drug-dealing offenses after seizing heroin, cocaine and cash, according to the York County District Attorney's Office.
FreeState Wine, Beer and Seafood Festival will feature a Maryland trifecta in Mount Airy
Opinions differ on why Maryland is nicknamed the Free State, butone accountchalks it up to the state’s strong opposition to Prohibition.Fittingly, the Linganore Winecellars new FreeState Wine, Beer and Seafood Festival celebrates the now-legal enjoyment of alcoholic beverages with 11 local breweries
Fire Damages Trailer In Carroll County
The Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office says at around 6:10 AM, fire fighters responded to 1939 Tyrone Road in Westminster, and spent 15-minutes bringing the flames under control. No one was hurt.
G'burg business sells winning lottery ticket
The lucky woman was "very excited," said Bodkins, who wasn't sure of the winner's full name.
Ellicott City Businesses Begin Reopening On Main Street
ELLICOTT CITY, MD — Main Street in Ellicott City has reopened to traffic, partially. On Tuesday, Howard County officials announced that two-way traffic had returned west of Old Columbia Pike and east of Maryland Avenue.
Carroll Lutheran Village Resident Theatre Raises Funds
TheCarroll Lutheran VillageReaders' Theatre, composed of Village residents, presented "Noah" by Bob Rinfret on May 24. More than 90 residents attended the performances to raise over $1,400 for the Village's Resident Assistance Fund, which provides assistance for residents with financial need.
Police log: Report of a fawn running around a parking lot
1:45 p.m. No injuries were reported and towing was not required following a crash in the 300 block of Eisenhower Drive. A 2006 Nissan Xterra operated by Robert Wagner, of Gettysburg, struck a sign post owned by the Borough of Hanover.
County roads employee injured at Sykesville job site
Carroll County Emergency Medical Servicesand theCarroll County Sheriff's Officeresponded to the area ofMacbeth WayandBarnett Avenue. The injured person, a 54-year-old man, was transported byMaryland State Policehelicopter to theUniversity of Maryland Shock Trauma Centeras a precaution against potent
Ellicott City 'back in business' after flood; parts of Main St, some shops reopen
ELLICOTT CITY, Md (WMAR) -3 weeks after devastating flood waters tore through historic Ellicott City, progress is being made ahead of the 2016 schedule. Parts of Main Street and some shops reopened Tuesday with the message 'Ellicott City is back in business.'
Death penalty case headed back to court
Last April, Abraham Cruz Jr., 57, was declared incompetent to stand trial by a York County judge presiding over the case. Cruz
Fruit Recall Linked To Ellicott City Grocery Store
ELLICOTT CITY, MD — Only one store in Maryland has been linked to this week's recall of pre-cut melons, according to the Food and Drug Administration. The store is Sprouts Farmers Market in Ellicott City, officials said as of Saturday. Other retail locations may be added to the list.