Hogan vs. the Legislature: A Constitutional Clash — politicalmaryland.com

By Barry Rascovar On the surface, it seems much ado about nothing – an esoteric argument most folks can safely ignore. But the dispute over whether two state Cabinet appointees can legally remain in office without Senate confirmation raises an important constitutional question that cries out for judicial resolution. Gov. Larry Hogan precipitated this divide… via … Continue reading Hogan vs. the Legislature: A Constitutional Clash — politicalmaryland.com

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Terry Smack elected to the board of directors of Farmers and Merchants Bank

Terry Smack elected to the board of directors of Farmers and Merchants Bank Huge congratulations to my friend Terry Smack for being elected to the board of directors of Farmers and Merchants Bank. She will do a great job. It is about time. This speaks well of Farmers and Merchants Bank as it is about … Continue reading Terry Smack elected to the board of directors of Farmers and Merchants Bank

Breakfast at Applebee’s supports Carroll Co Md. NAACP education fund

Breakfast at Applebee’s supports Carroll Co NAACP education fund July 29th fundraising event at the Applebee’s in Westminster supports Carroll County Md. NAACP education fund Westminster, June 30, 2017 - - Attached please find a flyer of our annual Carroll County NAACP “Continuing Education Grant” fundraiser at Applebee's in Westminster on Saturday, July 29th at … Continue reading Breakfast at Applebee’s supports Carroll Co Md. NAACP education fund

This year’s celebration of Juneteenth in Carroll Co. featured a documentary on the black churches in the area

This year’s celebration of Juneteenth in Carroll Co. featured a documentary on the black churches in the area In the last several meetings of the Carroll County NAACP, we have discussed Juneteenth. June 30th, 2017 by Kevin E. Dayhoff Westminster Md. - This year the Juneteenth celebration in Carroll County, June 19th, 2017 at the … Continue reading This year’s celebration of Juneteenth in Carroll Co. featured a documentary on the black churches in the area