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  Carroll County, Maryland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carroll County is governed by three county commissioners, the traditional form of county government in Maryland.
In the county the population is spread out with 27.70% under the age of 18, 7.00% from 18 to 24, 30.60% from 25 to 44, 23.90% from 45 to 64, and 10.80% who are 65 years of age or older.
For example, in the 2003-04 school year, Carroll County students scored 522 on the SAT verbal section and 515 in math, compared to 515 verbal and 511 math statewide and 518 verbal and 508 math nationwide.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carroll_County,_Maryland   (783 words)

 Carroll County, Maryland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832), signer of the American Declaration of Independence.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,172 km²; (452 mi²;).
Mount Airy (incorporated 1894) (This town is partly in Carroll County and partly in Frederick County.
www.sevenhills.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Carroll_County,_Maryland   (814 words)

 Howard, Carroll County Maryland LGBT Political Investment Caucus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Maryland by virtue of its anti-discrimination laws, recent legislative victories, favorable precedents and strong constitution was chosen as the next battleground state to challenge existing discriminatory marriage laws.
Carroll County is also in transition but in an opposite manner.
Carroll County is experiencing an influx of new, non-local citizens and offers an opportunity to transform this traditionally Republican stronghold into a more balanced county.
www.lgbtcaucus.com /why.shtml   (533 words)

 Carroll County Maryland
Carroll County, Maryland, is just a short drive from Gettysburg, PA (35 minutes), Baltimore (45 minutes), and Washington, D.C. (90 minutes).
Centered in the northern portion of Maryland, Carroll County is conveniently located by using I-795 into the northern part of the County or using I-70 to enter the southern portion of the County.
Carroll County is rich in history and tradition.
www.allaboutmaryland.com /maryland_carroll_county.html   (194 words)

 Carroll County Maryland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Carroll County was formed in 1836 from the western part of Baltimore County and the eastern part of Frederick.
Because Carroll County was one of the later counties to be established, much of its history is the history of northern Maryland and southern Pennsylvania.
Carroll County has a land area of 456 square miles and it measures about 27 miles in both width and length.
www.usgennet.org /usa/md/county/carroll   (397 words)

 Maryland County Histories Bibliography - Maryland Department - Enoch Pratt Free Library - Baltimore, Maryland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Eastern Shore of Maryland: an Annotated Bibliography.
Steffen, Charles G. From Gentlemen to Townsmen: the Gentry of Baltimore County, Maryland 1660-1776.
Warfield, J.D. Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland.
www.epfl.net /slrc/md/histbibl.html   (650 words)

 Maryland Resources: Carroll County
The Mission of our Health Department is to create and sustain a community of wellness in Carroll County by empowering the public with knowledge and resources through advocacy and community partnerships.
This site from the Maryland Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics provides links to resources in Carroll County, including government, education, family services, social services, hospitals, and others.
This is a nonprofit community health corporation formed in April 1999 by Carroll County General Hospital and the Health Department of Carroll County, Maryland.
www.parishnursing.umaryland.edu /mdresources/county/carroll.asp   (335 words)

 Welcome to the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce -- ONLINE --
The Board, leadership and staff of the Chamber have always recognized that the success of the Carroll County economic community is dependent on the activities of many varied entities.
Every Carroll County organization, from agriculture to government, from non-profit groups to businesses both small and large, does its part to strengthen our business community and to make our County the type of place where people want to live and work.
Residents of Carroll County have elected to have five Commissioners representing specific areas of the County as opposed to the current system of three at-large Commissioners.
www.carrollcountychamber.org   (896 words)

 Local Data Continues to Highlight Need in Carroll County, Maryland
The program was expanded by county commissioners in 2003 to include anyone over the age of 18 with any substance use disorder.
The county has budgeted $2 million for the construction of the center, and the state has granted the county $1.1 million for the project.
Also, the numbers are underreported because heroin abusers who use, overdose or die outside of the county are not represented in the statistics.
www.jointogether.org /gv/news/features/reader/0,2061,565906,00.html   (486 words)

 Carroll County | Maryland Information
Other services include a health clinic and hospital at the county seat, Westminster, public libraries, and some water and sewer service.(Most towns operate their own water and sewerage systems.) Property tax is the chief source of revenue and the county levies a 60% surcharge on state personal income tax.
Location in Carroll County determines whether both water and sewer, neither, or one of the two are provided.
The County Sheriffs Department maintains courts and jail securities and civil process, and law enforcement duties with 31 police deputies and 51 correctional deputies.14 volunteer fire stations are manned by 400-500 volunteer firefighters.
www.capitalbay.com /maryland.asp?blurb=187   (1101 words)

 Carroll County Sheriff's Office
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office members embrace responsibility for fulfilling the commitment to safeguarding constitutional freedoms and the quality of life.
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office members are committed to partnerships with community, professional and government associates promoting the quality of life.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is a model Criminal Justice Agency, accountable to the Public Trust.
www.carrollcountysheriff.com   (271 words)

 Community/Local Towns/Carroll County - Central Maryland Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Taneytown is located in the northwest portion of Carroll County, Maryland.
It is nearly two miles east of Frederick County and three miles south of Adams County, Pennsylvania.
Westminster is the county seat of Carroll County, Maryland.
www.cenmd.com /community/towns/carroll/index.php   (253 words)

 Real Estate in Carroll County, Maryland
Homes for sale in Carroll County are sought by home buyers who seek to work in the city and live in the country.
Homes in Carroll County towns of New Windsor, Sykesville, Taneytown, Mt. Airy, Woodbine, Westminster, Finksburg, Hampstead and New Windsor offer the convenience of local shopping and are minutes from mountain views and drives through the lovely countryside of North Western Maryland.
Solid job growth in Carroll County in 2005 means more local Carroll County home owners can enjoy the value of homes in Carroll County and convenience of working close to home.
www.carroll-county-real-estate.com   (369 words)

 archivists newsletter - BULLDOG, Maryland State Archives
Carroll mixed idealism with personal interest: the Signer had both visions of the Rights of Man and a dread fear of social upheaval and the loss or destruction of personal property.
Gerald Carroll and Peter Davies, both of the Carroll Institute, sponsors of the exhibit, were unable to attend due to the international crisis.
A committee of twelve of the Lower House, headed by Robert Tyler of Prince George's County, was appointed to inspect the papers and records in the public offices at the May, 1766, session, and handed in an exhaustive report upon the records in the Land Office, the Provincial Secretary's Office, and the Commissary's Office.
www.mdarchives.state.md.us /msa/refserv/bulldog/bull91/html/bull91.html   (17861 words)

 Hotlinks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Learning Partnership...A group that nurtures the growth of partnerships among schools, businesses and communities, devoted to constantly strengthening our publicly-funded school systems; encourages caring adults to grow by sharing ideas, talents and resources for kids; and creates learning opportunities that challenge and excite kids to grow.
Maryland Student Service Alliance...For more information on service-learning in Maryland, the first state to mandate service-learning hours as a graduation credit, check out this interesting site.
The deaths of several teens and a reported 156 heroin-related hospital visits in 1998 led local residents of Carroll County, Maryland, USA, to form RAD.
lions-quest.org /content/Resources/HotLinks/hotlinks.html   (1675 words)

 Carroll County Regional Airport (DMW) | Westminster Maryland | KDMW - CarrollCountyRegionalAirport - Jack B. Poage ...
The Carroll County Regional Airport /Jack B. Poage Field (KDMW), is situated in the beautiful communities of Carroll County, central Maryland.
The Carroll County Regional is a reliever for Baltimore International Airport (BWI), a premier regional airport features Corporate and General Aviation (GA) facilities, services and support.
To honor those involved in the revitalization, the airport was renamed Carroll County Regional Airport, and then later dedicated to Jack B. Poage - aviator and FBO owner.
www.carrollcountyairport.com   (960 words)

 Carroll County Maryland Agricultural Web site
Within our site you will find information on the numerous agricultural products available in Carroll County and the farmers that provide them.
Please note that not every farm or agribusiness in Carroll County has chosen to participate.
This site was created by the Carroll County Department of Economic Development to assist consumers and producers of farm goods to more easily find agricultural products and to assist in marketing Carroll's homegrown products.
www.carrollag.org   (205 words)

 Carroll County, Maryland, Municipalities
Carroll County has eight municipalities: Hampstead, Manchester, Mount Airy, New Windsor, Sykesville, Taneytown, Union Bridge, and Westminster.
Carroll County Historic Courthouse, Courthouse Square, Westminster, Maryland, January 2002.
Map of Urban Areas in Carroll County, 2000
www.mdarchives.state.md.us /msa/mdmanual/36loc/carr/html/carrmu.html   (99 words)

 Partnership For a Healthier Carroll County
The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County, Inc. is the coordinating hub that links this community together in pursuit of our definition of HEALTH.
We are a non-profit corporation formed in April 1999 by Carroll Hospital Center and the Health Department of Carroll County, Maryland, the recognized leaders of health and wellness in our community.
The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County, Inc. is a proud member of the Association of Community Health Improvement, Maryland Health Partners, and the Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations.
www.healthycarroll.org   (161 words)

 Carroll County, Maryland, location
Carroll County was founded in 1837 and named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Wheat was the crop that brought the German settlers to the county, while farming and natural beauty still draw people there today.
The museums of the Historical Society of Carroll County in the county seat, Westminster, include historic houses, a 19th-century garden and a research library.
www.marylandvisitorsnetwork.com /carroll/are.html   (181 words)

 Carroll County - Maryland - news - newspapers
Get news about Carroll County Maryland and Westminster MD. Browse the Carroll County Times online news website.
Search our directory of Maryland news with links to newspapers, radio, television and local headline news for Maryland and Carroll County.
If you wish to recommend a website that is relevant to Carroll County please contact us.
www.carrollcounty.biz /news.htm   (113 words)

 Carroll County Maryland USA
I have lived in Carroll County, Maryland for a long time and even though I commute outside of the county for employment.
I currently have children enrolled in the Carroll County Schools and can tell you that when I work in the schools as a volunteer.
Did you know that Carroll County Airport is fairly large airport and I believe it is capable of accommodating small business jets
carrollcounty.freeservers.com /websites.html   (396 words)

 carroll county county, maryland (usa) local government council web sites
carroll county county, maryland (usa) local government council web sites
clickable map of carroll county will be available soon
home page - local government index - usa index - maryland - carroll county
www.oultwood.com /localgov/usa/maryland/carroll.htm   (163 words)

 Pheasants Forever: Carroll County Chapter #622
Pheasants Forever's unique system of county chapters allows 100% of net funds raised by chapters to remain at the chapter level for local habitat projects.
These links are provided for informational purposes only and no endorsement is expressed or implied, either by Pheasants Forever or by Carroll County Chapter #622.
Supporter of the Carroll County Maryland Chapter #622.
www.geocities.com /tom_in_md/carroll_pf.html   (481 words)

 Carroll County Health Department - Carroll County, Maryland
Carroll County Health Department - Carroll County, Maryland
The CCHD, as a unit of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) within the government of the State of Maryland, serves the residents of Carroll County.
The Mission of our Health Department is to create and sustain a community of wellness in Carroll County.
www.carrollhealthdepartment.dhmh.md.gov   (216 words)

 Geologic Maps of Maryland: Carroll County
These images were scanned from a paper copy of the out-of-print and outdated 1968 Geologic Map of Maryland.
They were created only to illustrate our publications and are not accurate enough to be used for any other purposes.
A newer topographic map (1990) of Carroll County is available through our List of Publications.
www.mgs.md.gov /esic/geo/car.html   (256 words)

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