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CARROLL COUNTY BRIEFS

June 13, 1995

WTTR-AM wins honors at broadcasters' event

WTTR-AM radio station in Westminster won two first-place awards at the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters' Convention June 2-4 in Ocean City.

Former News Director Carolyn Brady won the top award in the human-interest category. Bryan McLean won the sports feature award for the "Athlete of the Week" program.

WTTR was judged among nonmetro radio stations in Maryland, Delaware and Washington.

Ban on open burning implemented in Carroll

Beginning this month, the Maryland Department of the Environment has implemented an open-burning ban in Carroll and other Maryland counties through Aug. 31.

The ban applies to open burning of certain waste materials by individuals, farmers and land developers. Barbecue grilling is not affected.

Because high levels of hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and toxic compounds are emitted during open burning, the ban is expected to reduce such pollutants by 93.8 tons a day, according to the department. During the ban, the department encourages the use of other methods of disposal, such as mulching and chipping.

Permits for allowed open burning may be obtained from the Carroll County Health Department. Those who obtained a permit for open burning before June 1 will be allowed to use the permit.

Information: (410) 631-3215.

Springfield Hospital wins Sports Challenge

Springfield Hospital took the corporate cup title in the The Sun for Carroll County's second annual Corporate Sports Challenge, held recently at the Carroll County Family YMCA facility in Westminster.

The hospital's team scored 20 points. Events included a fitness challenge, walk-jog-run road rally, basketball and volleyball tournaments, and swimming.

Last year's defending champions, 3M, placed second with 19 points. In third place was Ingersoll-Dresser Pumps.

More than 60 participants competed in the daylong event.

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