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June 10, 1996
PoliceWestminster: A Mount Airy resident reported that her purse was stolen from the Locust Mall courtyard in the first block of E. Main St. The loss was estimated at $222.Westminster: A Sykesville resident told city police that someone stole his 1987 Buick Century from outside Carroll County Bank & Trust on Baltimore Boulevard. The loss was estimated at $3,000.Pub Date: 6/10/96
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NEWS
November 7, 1995
Commission recommends judge's reappointmentThe Trial Courts Judicial Nominating Commission for Carroll County recommended to Gov. Parris N. Glendening last week that Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. be reappointed to another term in Carroll County Circuit Court.His term officially ended Friday.Judge Burns began serving on the Carroll County Circuit Court in 1979, when he was appointed by Gov. Harry Hughes. He was elected to 15-year term in 1980.Louna S. Primm promoted at Carroll County BankCarroll County Bank and Trust Co. has promoted Louna S. Primm to senior vice president and chief lending officer.
NEWS
May 31, 2006
Advertising Vertis Inc. announced that Michele Hanson joined the staff as vice president of strategic sales for the Baltimore targeted advertising, media and marketing services agency. Banking and finance Provident Bank appointed George D. Decker as a senior vice president in the Baltimore-based regional bank's real estate lending division. First National Bank of North East said Megan Stackler joined the Cecil County bank as a private banker and investment representative. The Columbia Bank named Robert P. Frey vice president of commercial banking; Sherifah Munis a mortgage loan officer; and James W. Branner as a consumer loan specialist for the Howard County bank.
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By John Murphy and Mary Gail Hare and John Murphy and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1999
Already reeling from the loss of the downtown post office and Mather's department store, Westminster officials learned yesterday that plans for a $6 million development and 135 new jobs have been canceled as part of a bank merger.The news came with an announcement that Westminster-based Carroll County Bank & Trust Co. would be acquired by BB&T Corp. of Winston, N.C."As of yesterday, 135 new jobs were created. As of today, the world has changed," said Karen Blandford, Westminster's manager of housing and community development.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | May 23, 1993
Shelter Systems Limited, a county manufacturer of housing components, celebrated its independence Friday with a tour and luncheon for the county commissioners and officials from its primary financier, Carroll County Bank and Trust.The Westminster company, formerly part of Shelter Systems Inc., became locally owned when President Dwight Hikel bought out his partner, Leonard Sylk, for about $1.7 million on May 3.Carroll County Bank and Trust provided $1.5 million for real estate and equipment, said Louna S. Primm, vice president and commercial lending manager.
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By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
State police, along with the FBI, members of the Carroll County Drug Task Force and Manchester officers, charged a 37-year-old man with a Fowblesburg bank robbery that took place Thursday.Roger Coleman Caple of the 2000 block of Regal Oak Drive in Manchester was arrested about 8:30 p.m. Thursday as he walked near his house, after a surveillance of several hours by the police team.Officers said they recovered a fake bomb and clothing matching that worn by a man who robbed the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Fowblesburg, Baltimore County, about 4:38 p.m. Thursday.
NEWS
April 11, 1999
Carroll County's Third District Democratic Central Committee will meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Eldersburg branch of Carroll County Bank & Trust to discuss solutions to the county's problems.Growth, taxes, education and other issues will be discussed.District 3 encompasses Freedom voting precincts 5-2 through 5-5, Woolery's (Finksburg) precincts 4-2 through 4-4, and Westminster precinct 7-8.The Third District committee's members are Sue Hoffman, Bernie Jones, Tom McCarron and Laura O'Callaghan.
NEWS
December 30, 1992
Representatives of local banks interested in forming a community development bank will meet with members of Carroll County's Economic Development Office in mid-January, county business development manager William Jenne told county commissioners Monday.The bank, to be financed by the county government and local commercial banks, would make low-interest loans to businesses seeking to locate in Carroll."This would be for-profit to help businesses who cannot apply for a commercial loan, but are still good investments," Mr. Jenne said.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | September 23, 1999
Two top officials of a North Carolina bank flew to Westminster yesterday to console the city with $2.25 million for the loss of its "crown jewel" -- the planned redevelopment of the old Farmers Supply site downtown by Carroll County Bank & Trust Co.The $6 million project, which featured new headquarters for the local bank, fell through when Carroll County Bank & Trust was acquired in a $260 million transaction this year by BB&T Corp. of Winston-Salem.The contribution yesterday by BB&T includes $2 million toward a planned parking garage and $125,000 to readvertise the property, plus a $125,000 check to Town Center Corp.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
After more than a year of work, the Carroll County Development Corp. (CCDC) is open for business.William E. Jenne, administrator of the county's Office of Economic Development Administrator, delivered that news to the county commissioners yesterday.The organization joins five local banks to help provide financial assistance for new or expanding companies beyond what a conventional loan can provide.Officials from Carroll County Bank and Trust, First National Bank, Frederick County National Bank, Taneytown Bank and Trust and Union National Bank each contributed about $100,000 as an initial investment to be lent to companies that show promise.
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