November 19, 1999
The Carroll County Board of License Commissioners has approved a request for a transfer of a liquor license for Paddock Wine and Spirit Shop in Woodbine.Thomas B. Scott, James C. Arnold and Mark E. Niederhauser requested the transfer of the Class A Beer, Wine and Liquor license from Raymond A. Larue.Niederhauser will be general manager of the store, which has been at 7627 Woodbine Road for 23 years. Scott and Arnold are new to the business.
July 2, 2000
Chamber of Commerce holding monthly luncheon The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly general membership luncheon at noon July 13 at the Carroll County Farm Museum on South Center Street in Westminster. Lt. Terry Katz, commander of the Maryland State Police barracks in Westminster, will present a program on business-related crime and ways local businesses can get involved in the newly reorganized Carroll County Crime Solvers. Salerno's will cater the lunch, which costs $15 per person.
November 16, 1997
Liquor license board OKs transfer in Mount AiryThe Carroll County Board of License Commissioners has approved the application for an alcohol license transfer to a Mount Airy business.Chun Woo Lee applied for transfer of a Class A-Beer, Wine and Liquor license for the Cork 'N Bottle in Mount Airy. The current license holders are Herbert Snyder and James Orzolek.Lee has purchased Snyder and Elyse Singer's shares in the business and asked to be placed on the license along with Orzolek. Snyder's name will be removed from the license.
February 19, 1995
25 Years Ago (week of Feb. 8-14, 1970)* Elkridge residents expressed their thanks to Dr. Bruce Brumbaugh by sponsoring two billboards along U.S. 1 in Elkridge. The billboard read, "Thank you, Dr. Brumbaugh, for over 50 years of care." 50 Years Ago (Week of Feb. 11-17, 1945):* The Howard County Board of Education, in cooperation with the federal government, opened two farm machinery repair centers in the county. Tools, equipment, material and a trained instructor were provided without cost to farmers.
April 3, 1996
The Board of License Commissioners of Carroll County has approved a Class B-Beer and Wine License for New York J & P Pizza at 3000 Gamber Road, Finksburg.Mart Talvik, of Augusto's Inc., applied for the license for the pizza restaurant in Finksburg Plaza Shopping Center. At a March 12 hearing, several witnesses testified in behalf of the request.The license was approved subject to compliance with state laws.PoliceWestminster: A Manchester Avenue resident told city police that someone shot his pet dog with a BB gun between noon and 3 p.m. Monday.
January 2, 1991
Carroll's General Assembly delegation will have a public hearing to discuss legislation requested by the County Commissioners and other issues of interest at 9 a.m. Saturday in Room 07 of the County Office Building, 225 N. Center St., WestminsterThe following are bills requested by the commissioners to be reviewed by the delegation and the legislature during the session, which begins next Wednesday.General Obligation Bond Authorization: Authorize the commissioners to borrow money through bond sale for planned upgrade of county roads, construction costs for additional cells at landfills, Carroll Community College and other projects for fiscal 1992.