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Dulaney High students show their excellence [Cockeysville]

The football, cheerleading and marching band programs at Dulaney High School are being recognized as being among the best locally and nationally. A trio of cheerleaders from Dulaney — Alyssa Brown, Sara Comaromi and Hope Eckhart — headed to New York City in November to perform in the 91st Macy’s...

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  • Residents, leaders vie for funding at Howard County budget hearing

    Residents, leaders vie for funding at Howard County budget hearing

    County Executive Allan Kittleman began the fiscal 2019 budget cycle on a somewhat somber note Monday night, telling those gathered for the first budget public hearing that it was “not going to be an easy year for us,” before hearing about the myriad of projects and initiatives they wished to see...

  • Best of Howard County: 75 favorites for 2017

    Best of Howard County: 75 favorites for 2017

    The fervor for the Best of Howard County is a five-month affair. From the time the readers’ poll launches in August to the delivery of Howard Magazine’s December issue, businesses, nonprofits and readers are abuzz in anticipation of who might take home the coveted title. At last, the wait is over....

  • Ellicott City cobbler's prize-winning shoes stolen from Arundel Mills shop

    Ellicott City cobbler's prize-winning shoes stolen from Arundel Mills shop

    Shoe cobbler Sunny Yoo, of Ellicott City, is asking for the public’s help to find his prize-winning shoes that earned him a silver medal in an international shoe repair contest after they were stolen from his family’s business over the weekend. In December 2016, Yoo submitted the pair of Allen...

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  • Harford sheriff backs proposed legislation to allow guns in churches

    Harford sheriff backs proposed legislation to allow guns in churches

    People attending services in a house of worship in Maryland will have the option to carry a firearm for self defense, should bills sponsored by two Harford County legislators pass in Annapolis next year. The legislation, which was announced Tuesday during a press conference at the Harford County...

  • Four suspected in Fallston fire company assault are arrested

    Four suspected in Fallston fire company assault are arrested

    Four people allegedly involved in an attempted sexual assault and harassment of a 17-year-old at Fallston Volunteer Fire Company have been arrested, the Harford County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday. Andrew Burkins, 21, of the 900 block of Winters Court in Bel Air, John Hefner, 20, of the 2400 block...

  • Aberdeen recognizes winners of 2017 Christmas Street celebration

    Aberdeen recognizes winners of 2017 Christmas Street celebration

    The Aberdeen Christmas parade “gets better and better every year” and this year’s was the best Mayor Patrick McGrady has ever experienced, he said at Monday’s city council meeting. Council members recognized winners of the 2017 Christmas Street celebration, and parade organizer Caroline Curry thanked...

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  • Citing last-minute witness, Anne Arundel judge declares mistrial in murder case

    Citing last-minute witness, Anne Arundel judge declares mistrial in murder case

    An Anne Arundel County judge declared a mistrial Tuesday after attorneys for a man charged in a 2016 homicide argued they didn’t have enough time to evaluate last-minute testimony about statements their client may have made while made in jail. Circuit Court Judge Alison Asti granted a motion for...

  • Oyster shell recycling in Annapolis: Bay to table and back again

    Oyster shell recycling in Annapolis: Bay to table and back again

    At 7:30 a.m., outside of the Oyster Recovery Partnership office and by the trunk of his 2008 Toyota Corolla, Wayne Witzke traded his slides for a pair of brown rubber boots. The bearded man hopped into a Ford F-550, fired up the truck — covered with oyster-camouflage — and shifted it into gear....

  • Ward 1 launches its own holiday light competition

    Ward 1 launches its own holiday light competition

    You’ve heard of the Miracle on 34th Street, but what about the miracle on Prince George Street? Silopanna Road? Amos Garrett Boulevard? Ward 1 Annapolitans can make their holiday miracle happen with the help of the inaugural Ward One Holiday Light Contest. Alderwoman Elly Tierney organized the...

  • Crownsville Army dad home in time for the holidays

    Crownsville Army dad home in time for the holidays

    Millersville Elementary School third grader Eben Pardue got a special surprise with his lunch Wednesday afternoon. His father, U.S. Army Master Sgt. Thomas Pardue, was home after a year in South Korea. Eben was unpacking his lunch when his dad walked into the school’s cafeteria. “Dad?” the 9-year-old...

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