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Lancers fulfill ‘destiny’ with first state title in girls soccer

Linganore prevailed 4-3 in penalty kicks to beat Huntingtown in the Class 3A championship game after 100 scoreless minutes and claim the school’s first state championship in girls soccer. Click here to read full Frederick News Post Article.

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Howard School Board scales-back elementary redistricting, eliminates high school moves

After nine months of deliberating redistricting strategies for Howard County schools, the School Board decided Thursday to significantly scale back redistricting at the elementary and middle school levels and halt high school redistricting in preparation for planned school construction, expected … Continue reading

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Damascus vs. Walkersville, 2 Champions clash

For the first time in 25 years, Walkersville and Damascus, a pair of state champions from a season ago, will meet on a football field. The stakes couldn’t be any higher.   Click here to read full Frederick News Post … Continue reading

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Linganore cheerleading wins state title

Linganore High School cheerleading wins state title. Click here to read full Frederick News Post article.  

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Governor reappoints Peters

Undeterred by an unfavorable committee vote and budget language targeting Maryland Planning Secretary Wendi Peters’ paycheck come July 1, Gov. Larry Hogan reappointed her this week. Click here to read full Frederick News Post article.

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Glenelg’s ‘Aladdin’ creates its own magic

The Glenelg High School Drama Club’s production of “Aladdin” features many of the story’s classic moments, from a magical flying carpet ride to a boisterous genie and a street rascal named Aladdin, who wishes to become a prince to win … Continue reading

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Craft Distilling in Carroll County

After many years of spirits market dominance by industrial-scale manufacturers, small-scale is enjoying something of a resurgence, according to Kevin Atticks, executive director of the Maryland Distillers Guild.   Click here to read full Carroll County Times article (with video).

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SCHS Seniors Make College Choices

South Carroll’s Henry Cook and Jamar Williams are taking their respective talents to the Division I college level next year.   Click here to read full Carroll County Times article.

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Motivated Lancers win over Knights

The chatter in the county started almost immediately after Linganore won a state lacrosse title back in May, and it didn’t sit well with Sam Honchalk and Jordan Swoyer. The Lancers couldn’t continue playing at a championship level, they heard. … Continue reading

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Mount Airy artist Sara Morris Swetcharnik

Mount Airy artist Sara Morris Swetcharnik spent years studying human anatomy as a drawer, painter and sculptor. She traveled through Spain with her husband, William Swetcharnik, on a collaborative Fulbright in the late 1980s on the Road to Santiago looking … Continue reading

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