Top News: Spike in Flu Cases, Fatal Fire on Main Street and January Gym Deals
Patch brings you the top headlines of the week in Carroll County.
Social events over the holidays could be one reason the contagious virus spread quickly in December, according to a Carroll Hospital Center representative.
Barnes & Noble has announced poor holiday sales, according to published reports.
A New York man pleaded guilty to fatally stabbing his coworker and roommate.
New employees have been hired to run the facility.
Construction on the new community wellness center is scheduled to begin in February 2013 and is expected to open in September 2014.
The proposed FY14 school budget includes an additional $1.7 million from county government.
If you made a New Year's Resolution to get in shape, read on to learn about local gym deals.
County planning staff will attend the meeting to discuss the Finksburg Corridor Plan and to answer questions.
Police have identified the 59-year-old woman who died in the fire.
The Carroll Arts Council is getting a good freshening up this week.
Nicholas Plazio was charged with misconduct for lying in connection to a homicide case.