25 years agoThe median income in Carroll County in 1969...

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September 15, 1996|By Compiled from the archives of the Historical Society of Carroll County.

25 years ago

The median income in Carroll County in 1969 was $1,000 below the median income for the entire state, according to figures released by the comptroller. Marylanders in the middle-income bracket earned between $7,000 and $7,999, while middle-income countians earned between $6,000 and $6,999. The largest group of county wage-earners -- 5,108 -- earned between $10,000 and $14,999. Altogether, 23,660 countians submitted income tax returns to the state for a total taxable income of $114,350,538. They paid a total of $4,395,806 in state tax and $2,199,911 in local tax. Their average payments were $278 per person. -- Democratic Advocate, Sept. 2, 1971.

75 years ago

The dancing floor at the College Campus was torn up on Monday, a dance having been held there on Saturday night. One was also held by the colored folks on Friday night followed by a "pistol game" within the town limits. Reports say that one of the participants in carrying out his part of the game used his wife as a target, but missed, the bullet slightly injuring a child who happened to be in the path of the bullet. Next day, Howard Green was arrested on the charge of carrying concealed weapons and fined $10 and costs. -- Union Bridge Pilot, Sept. 2, 1921.

Pub Date: 9/15/96

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