September 12, 1990
HAMPSTEAD - A new wheelchair ramp built at North Carroll High School's athletic stadium was dedicated by the 1989 senior class during halftime ceremonies at the school's season-opening football game last Friday.The ramp is dedicated to Eddie Hahn, a 1989 North Carroll graduate who uses a wheelchair and had to position himself on the outside track to watch any North Carroll sports events.Hahn, a sophomore at Edinboro (Pa.) University, was unable to attend the ceremony but his grandparents, John and Anna O'Neil of Finksburg, attended in his place.
August 28, 1991
Age; Residence 35; WestminsterSalary: $43,447Family: Wife: Barbara, pupil personnel worker for Carroll schools; her children, Laura, 16; Jessica, 12Education: Bachelor's degree, Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, Pa., 1978; master's degree in education, Western Maryland College, 1984Previous work experience:Social studies teacher for a private school in Los Angeles; history teacher at Southwestern School District, Pa.; teacher and guidance counselor at...
March 22, 1998
One juvenile was arrested on drug charges Friday and two others face administrative discipline in the possession of tobacco on school property in the county, authorities said.Authorities used police dogs to search for narcotics among 380 vehicles parked at South Carroll High School and the Carroll County Career and Technology Center.A 17-year-old student at South Carroll, who was not identified, was charged by state police as a juvenile with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and released pending further action.
October 6, 1992
8 North Carroll students cited for scholarshipNorth Carroll High School principal Gregory Eckles presented eight seniors with a letter of commendation from the 1993 National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).The outstanding students were Nichole Barner, Kristen Bolster, Erin Bonning, Eric Lyga, Jennifer Miller, Meghan Moore, Jamie Swam, Shannon Walter.These students have shown exceptional academic promise by placing among the top 5 percent of over 1 million program entrants.FIRE LOG* Hampstead: Hampstead responded to a woods fire on Fairmount Road at 8:22 p.m. Saturday.
October 8, 1996
FireSykesville: Firefighters responded at 4: 31 a.m. yesterday for a fire alarm in the 6700 block of Ridge Road. Units were out 18 minutes.Sykesville: Firefighters responded at 9: 52 p.m. Friday for a report of smoke in the area of Route 26 and Oakland Mills Road. Units were out 33 minutes.PoliceEldersburg: Property was reported stolen from Oklahoma Middle School, under construction on Oklahoma Road, between mid-September and Oct. 1. The loss was estimated at $15,393.Sykesville: Employees at South Carroll High School told police that someone broke into the school Friday and stole a boom box worth $425.
March 31, 2000
Dan Kesler, a senior at South Carroll High School representing the Green Terror Aquatic Club at the Southeastern Junior Championships in Orlando, Fla., qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in swimming with his fourth place finish in the 1,650-yard freestyle. Kesler beat the cut time by nine-tenths of a second with a clocking of 15 minutes, 34.09 seconds. He will be competing for a berth on the Olympic team in August when the top swimmers in the country vie for two spots per event at trials held in Indianapolis.