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Key dates in Manchester history

The Dutch Corner- Local Eats Favorite

Looking for a good food served with lots of smiles? The Dutch Corner is the place to go. Located on Main St. in Manchester, this quaint little restaurant is a favorite of locals. Before becoming...
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Kids Eat Free in Carroll County

Looking to treat the family to dinner, but don't want to break the bank? Several local restaurants offer free meals for kids, usually with a paying adult. We've listed the deals here for you.

7 Ways to Kill Time in Manchester, Maryland

Looking to stave off boredom without driving down to Btown?  Well, Manchester has a cornucopia of boredom-busting options.  Here's seven. Zipline at X-Mas Tree Park Read mags at the Library Go Fishing at the Pond Have a drink...

Hampstead Restaurant Week – Proceeds Benefit Shop With A Cop

Hampstead is hosting a Restaurant Week from November 14th through the 18th - a portion of the proceeds will go to our Shop With A Cop program that serves children in need during the...

Cygnus Wine Cellars

Just off Main St. in Historic Manchester you will find Cygnus Wine Cellars. Named after the constellation “Cygnus” (often referred to as the Swan or Northern Cross), the winery has the honor of being...

MJs Cafe and Baking Company

It was only a year after Mary Jo Malone sold Dean’s Restaurant in Hampstead when she realized she missed being a part of the restaurant business.  From this void, MJs Café and Baking Company...

A Brief History of Manchester, Maryland

If you try to recall a town of humid climate where the winters are blessed with lots of snow, hot and humid summers and has great land for growing crops and sweet corn you...
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Sykesville Main Street

To many residents of Carroll County, Sykesville is that quaint little town that's on the side of Rt. 32 that provides a slow alternate route in the event of a traffic backup. Main Street...

Manchester, MD Walking Tour: Walking the Walk

If you’ve lived in Manchester for a while or drive through the town on a regular basis, you are probably somewhat familiar with most of the local landmarks and history. But did you know why...

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