Watch the video below to find out who took home the Grand Prize!
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce – Commissioner Report featuring Carroll County Commissioner, Richard Weaver – District 2: Hampstead & Finksburg.
Public Safety Appreciation 2021
Be there LIVE to see the five finalists pitch their ideas before a panel of judges, and cast your vote for the $1,000 People’s Choice Award! For the last decade, The Biz Challenge has showcased local entrepreneurs and given them the exciting opportunity to pitch their new business ideas, to make great connections, get loads […]
Due to COVID-19 changes needed to be made for the expo to continue safely. To accomplish this an expanded and interactive website has been created. The Drug and Violence Awareness Expo website will be accessible by every eighth grade and high school student of the Carroll County Public school system, all of the private schools […]
March 24, 2021 32nd Annual Outstanding Teacher Awards The Chamber’s Outstanding Teacher Awards program recognizes the men and women of the Carroll County Public School System who represent excellence in the teaching profession. This year the Chamber will be honoring 722 full-time Public-School Teachers with a Certificate of Appreciation and announce the recipients of […]
At yesterday’s press conference, the Governor announced new actions to further ease the COVID-19 mitigation measures currently in place: EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, MARCH 12 AT 5:00 PM: CAPACITY LIMITS LIFTED, MASKING AND DISTANCING PROTOCOLS MAINTAINED. Capacity limits will be lifted on outdoor and indoor dining at restaurants and bars, retail businesses, religious facilities, fitness centers, casinos, personal services, […]
Governor Larry Hogan today signed the bipartisan RELIEF Act of 2021, which delivers more than $1 billion in tax relief and economic stimulus for struggling Maryland families and small businesses that are suffering as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Review the Relief Act one-pager here. Legislative Highlights: Direct stimulus payments for low to moderate-income […]