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Akira Kyles

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Past articles by Akira:

Baltimore man arrested in Westminster on drug charges

A Baltimore man faces multiple drug charges after being arrested in Westminster. → Read More

New Windsor man charged with assault after allegedly pinning woman

A New Windsor man was charged with second-degree assault after allegedly pinning a woman to the ground. → Read More

Westminster woman faces multiple charges after allegedly pushing police officer

A Westminster woman was charged with assault after allegedly pushing a police officer. → Read More

Owings Mills man faces assault charge in Westminster

An Owings Mills man faces assault charge in Carroll County after allegedly shoving a victim. → Read More

Carroll County Biz Challenge to take on a new look this year

The COVID-19 pandemic will affect how the Carroll County Biz Challenge is conducted this year. → Read More

Frederick man faces gun and drug charges in Carroll County

A Fredrick man was charged with multiple gun and drug offenses in Carroll County. → Read More

Lineboro Road to close for work on bridge until June 7

The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration announced it will close part of Md. 86, or Lineboro Road, as part of a bridge replacement project. → Read More

Sykesville wins national contest for Best Main Street of America

Sykesville has won the title of Best Main Street of America. → Read More

Manchester woman charged with assault after allegedly choking, hitting man

A Manchester woman was charged with assault after she allegedly choked and hit a man. → Read More

Westminster man charged after alleged assault

A Westminster man was arrested after allegedly violating a peace order and assaulting a woman. → Read More

New Windsor woman charged with assault

A New Windsor woman has been charged with assault for allegedly grabbing another woman by the neck and shaking her. → Read More

Pasadena man charged after allegedly hitting woman with car door in Westminster

A Pasadena man faces two charges, including assault, after he allegedly hit a woman with a car door in Westminster. → Read More

Sykesville man charged after allegedly punching woman

A Sykesville man has been charged after he allegedly punched a woman multiple times. → Read More

After ‘very unusual circumstance’ derails Sykesville sewage project, Carroll County commissioners OK more funding

With some frustration, the Carroll County commissioners recently approved extra spending for a Sykesville sanitation project as a consequence of an error that has held it up for over half a year. → Read More

‘Hopes High’ for Westminster native Lukr after competing on NBC’s ‘Songland’

A Songland contestant from Westminster time has come to an end on the music show but he hold much positivity and optimism towards his experience and the future. → Read More

House fire in Mount Airy sends one resident to hospital

A house fire in Mount Airy left one resident injured Sunday night. → Read More

Westminster native Lukr to appear on ‘Songland,’ pitching one of his songs to Florida Georgia Line

A Westminster native will appear on the NBC show "Songland" on Monday, May 18 at 10 p.m. → Read More

Motorcyclist hits dump truck in Westminster, police say, temporarily closing all lanes on Md. 140

On Friday afternoon, a crash occurred on Md. 140 between a dump truck and a motorcyclist, temporarily closing all lanes. → Read More

With some caution, Carroll County small business owners make reopening plans: ‘It’s even more than I was asking for’

Carroll County small businesses are developing their plans for reopening, with some limitations, after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s announcement that some will be allowed to open their doors Friday. → Read More

Sykesville approves grant program to support businesses hurt by COVID-19 pandemic

Sykesville’s town council approved a micro-grant program to help local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More