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Sen. Ben Cardin, HCC students talk college affordability

Thirteen Howard Community College students had the chance to talk college affordability with Sen. Ben Cardin Friday morning at their Columbia campus. Students discussed their struggles to pay for and complete their degrees while juggling obligations such as parenthood and work. They also asked...

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  • Clarksville Car Wash reopens with new owners [Clarksville]

    Rob Schruefer wants everyone to know that the Clarksville Car Wash reopened Jan. 18, just in time to flush away all the mud and snow-melting chemicals from your vehicle. Owners of local companies, On The Spot Detailing and Pro Wash Auto Spa, have purchased the business.They look forward to meeting...

  • Festival of the Arts' 'Beyond the Blues' celebrates African-American artists

    Festival of the Arts' 'Beyond the Blues' celebrates African-American artists

    "Beyond the Blues," Columbia Festival of the Arts' winter presentation of music, theater, film and jazz celebrating African-American artists, coincides with the observance of Black History Month by "happy accident," according to CFA Executive Director Todd Olson. "We are finding lots of partners...

  • Mount Hebron students protest 'hateful' video

    Mount Hebron students protest 'hateful' video

    More than 150 students from Mount Hebron High School in Howard County walked out of classes Tuesday to protest a video released last week on social media depicting a white student calling blacks an inferior race. Shouting "Stop the silence! Start a conversation!" the students, along with several...

  • Howard County Council members propose 'citizen funded campaign system'

    Howard County Council members propose 'citizen funded campaign system'

    Two Howard County Council members proposed a new publicly funded campaign system Monday that matches small campaign donations using public funds. Proposed by Council members Jon Weinstein and Jen Terrasa, the resolution — called a "citizen funded campaign system" — is a major change to the county's...

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