Spring Craft Fair

Join us at Liberty High on March 30th for the Spring Craft Fair! There will be live entertainment provided by Liberty High students and over 150 crafters, vendors, and artisans! Concesions will be available,...

Stratosphere Trampoline Park

Stratosphere Trampoline Park is one of the funnest places around town. There's so many fun things to do and they offer a plethora of classes and programs. Here's some of the fun activities they...

19 Crimes Murder Mystery

Do you like mysteries? Do you also like 19 Crimes wine? Join us at Baldwin's Station this Friday as Whodunnit for Hire sets up a "19 Crimes" murder mystery dinner. Cocktail hour goes from 7...
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Paint Night

Liberty High's class of 2019 is hosting a Spring Flower Wine Glass Paint Night at The County Cork Wine Pub! Come support the graduating class today at 6 p.m. and paint flowers on to...

Exploration Point!

Some of you may know what the Eldersburg Library has to offer, but some of you may not. Libraries are a great resource for more than just books and knowledge. The Carroll County Public...

Hoppers KidZone is Permanently Closed

On January 5th, Hoppers KidZone, Inc. announced they were closing. They started to sell their things and close up shop around mid February. On February 24th, they had their final hop. And on February 25th, they announced...

Liberty High Basketball Update

The season isn't over yet! Men's Basketball With an overall record of 18-3, the Liberty Men's Basketball team is done for the season. They lost to Oakdale on Monday, with a final score of 68-56. It's still an...

Bolen’s Bullpen Update

Police suspect no foul play was involved in the Bullpen's fire the night on February 26. The Bolen family is happy to see support from the community, however they are still struggling. If you would...

Bull Pen Fire

On Tuesday night, Bolen's Bull Pen caught fire. The Bull Pen is Eldersburg's pit beef restaurant located on 19 W. Old Liberty Road. Thankfully, the establishment was closed for the night and there was only...

Power Restored!

On Monday, February 25, more than 15,000 people in Maryland went without power due to strong winds that pushed through the state. Some bridges were put under limited wind restrictions for safety reasons and...
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