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Redistricting, Budgets, Spring Sports, and More: Eldersburg Patch Week in Review

A round-up of notable headlines from this week on Eldersburg Patch.

Liberty wins girls meet and Century takes the boys contest.

The local McDaniel student is one of 32 artists chosen by a well-known curator and critic Sarah Tanguy.

Parents petition Congress for schools to begin after 8 a.m.

The award honors executive management leaders.

The annual "Lunch With Easter Bunny" event was a success.

The proposed map, according to local delegates, puts Carroll County at a disadvantage.

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The amended version of the Maryland budget passed through the House of Delegates Tuesday.

The Sykesville Fire Department is getting a new fire engine next week.

Carroll County prosecutors said the case fell apart.

The dedication ceremony for the long-awaited memorial held on May 19.

The Eldersburg restaurant won 36 percent of the vote in the Patch "Readers' Choice" sandwich contest.

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments on the issue this week.

Eight teachers were named Outstanding Teachers in a ceremony at Winters Mill High School Wednesday. There were more than 200 teachers nominated.

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There were three jackpot winners nationwide.

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