Eldersburg News: Weeks in Review

A roundup of news from April 9 to Sunday, April 22.

The Sykesville Freedom District Fire Department has been responding to an increasing number of fires at the remote property over the years.

Local residents will soon be given a chance to weigh in on the senior housing proposal for Oklahoma Road in a forum closer to home. A community meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 30 in Eldersburg.

‘It was the closest thing I’ll get to the Oscars.’ - Stewart Dearie, owner

Several residents spoke highly of the Carroll County sheriff's office, recently under fire from the state's attorney for its handling of a murder investigation.

Lane closures have started for the $9.2 million project, which includes repairs between I-695 and Owings Mills Boulevard.

Police are investigating seven burglaries, six of which happened along the Carroll County-Baltimore County line.

Robert Jarrett has been charged in the death of his former wife whose body police believe they found buried in concrete under a shed.

School is letting out earlier than last year.

A Titanic model made entirely of recyclable materials was on display at Eldersburg Library on the centennial anniversary of the ocean liner's tragic fate.

The simple banging of his fist or the snapping of his fingers is all it takes for hypnotherapist Sean Michael Andrews to take a person from sitting to collapsed.

Mayor Miller said despite an increase in grants and bonds, the town still has operational budget shortfalls.

Kimberly Dolch has been the principal at North Carroll High School since 2005.

A local man faces eight charges in Hunterdon County, NJ, after a late-night traffic stop.

Patch follows up on in the last hours of the Maryland 2012 General Assembly.



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