The journalists leaving Afghanistan, and those who haven’t made it out — Columbia Journalism Review

On Monday, the day after Afghanistan fell to the Taliban, the publishers of the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal sent a letter to Joe Biden. They requested safe passage out of Kabul for Afghan colleagues and family members who were trapped there, “their lives in peril”; 204 of them…The journalists … Continue reading The journalists leaving Afghanistan, and those who haven’t made it out — Columbia Journalism Review

Historical Society talk on pre-colonial government in Carroll County by Kevin Dayhoff

Celebrating the legacy of the “Six Nations” – the Haudenosaunee Confederation pre-colonial government in Carroll County. A Historical Society of Carroll County 184th County Birthday presentation by local historian and writer Kevin Dayhoff on January 23, 2021 2:00-4:00 p.m. Registration is available at https://hsccmd.org/event/virtual-carroll-county-birthday/ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Historical Society talk on pre-colonial government in Carroll County by … Continue reading Historical Society talk on pre-colonial government in Carroll County by Kevin Dayhoff

Carroll County Food Sunday’s ‘tremendous’ executive director helped strengthen organization’s community involvement

Holiday Hope: Carroll County Food Sunday's 'tremendous' executive director helped strengthen ... Baltimore Sun Leister plans to retire at the end of the year and Caroline Babylon will take over as executive director Jan. 4. Leister will continue to work until March to... FTA: “Dominic Jollie founded Carroll Food Sunday in 1982. Members of his … Continue reading Carroll County Food Sunday’s ‘tremendous’ executive director helped strengthen organization’s community involvement

Robert McCurdy 2018 newspaper article – Pleasant Valley Fire Company firefighter bagpiper

Robert McCurdy 2018 Pleasant Valley Fire Company firefighter bagpiper - - Re-reading a really nice Carroll County article from May 21, 2018, about a local hero, Robert McCurdy, written by Jon Kelvey. Give it a minute or two to read. It is well-worth your time. Pleasant Valley firefighter lends his pipes to 12 years of … Continue reading Robert McCurdy 2018 newspaper article – Pleasant Valley Fire Company firefighter bagpiper

Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory MAGIC NEWS BRIEF July 14, 2020

Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory MAGIC NEWS BRIEF July 14, 2020ANNOUNCING OUR BIG DATA BOOTCAMP!For four years in a row, the role of data scientist has been named the number one job in the U.S. by Glassdoor. What's more, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the demand for data science skills will drive a 27.9 percent rise … Continue reading Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory MAGIC NEWS BRIEF July 14, 2020

The Harford County Lynching Memorial Committee

The Harford County Lynching Memorial Committee Lynching Victims in Harford County Issac Moore, died July 22, 1868 Jim Quinn, died Oct. 2, 1869 Lewis Harris, died March 26, 1900 The Harford County Lynching Memorial Committee, established in March 2019, is working to memorialize the victims of this terrible era in the County. The project included … Continue reading The Harford County Lynching Memorial Committee

Attorney General Frosh Files Suit Against U.S. Department of Education and Secretary DeVos

Attorney General Frosh Files Suit Against U.S. Department of Education and Secretary DeVos for Unlawfully Repealing Critical “Borrower Defense” Regulations BALTIMORE, MD (July 15, 2020) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today joined a coalition of 23 attorneys general in a lawsuit against Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) challenging their … Continue reading Attorney General Frosh Files Suit Against U.S. Department of Education and Secretary DeVos

Ellsworth Cemetery to receive $65K grant

Ellsworth Cemetery to receive $65K grant CARROLL COUNTY TIMES |JUL 08, 2020 Ellsworth Cemetery in Westminster is going to receive a $65,000 grant to help with mapping and upkeep. Last week, the State Board of Public Works approved a request from the Maryland Historical Trust, to approve a $65,000 grant to the Community Foundation of Carroll … Continue reading Ellsworth Cemetery to receive $65K grant