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Howard County

Two proposals aim to support rebuilding after Ellicott City flood

Howard County elected officials are searching for ways to boost relief to business and property owners after a major flood swept through old Ellicott City three months ago. One proposal, the Ellicott City Strong Tax Credit, would make up to a total of $200,000 in funds available over two years...

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  • Laurel Senior Friendship Club marks its 50th anniversary

    Laurel Senior Friendship Club marks its 50th anniversary

    On Feb. 1, 1966, the Laurel Senior Friendship Club was formed by six women who wanted to "share the joy of growing old together," according to the club's website. Twenty-eight members began meeting at Laurel Presbyterian Church on Sandy Spring Road. Current club secretary Joyce Weir, 85, a member...

  • Laurel playhouse production of 'The 39 Steps' blends Monty Python, Hitchcock thriller

    Laurel playhouse production of 'The 39 Steps' blends Monty Python, Hitchcock thriller

    On the heels of a summer of successful children's shows, the season is changing at Laurel Mill Playhouse. Its current production of Patrick Barlow's "The 39 Steps" — a raucous adult (but family friendly) comedy — calls to Monty Python and Alfred Hitchcock fans. Based on an adventure novel written...

  • Dog Show

    Dog Show

    Dog show event of contests for judging the best dog in show at McCullough Field ion Laurel. Winner takes home a blue ribbon.

  • Historic Savage Mill celebrates its bicentennial

    Historic Savage Mill celebrates its bicentennial

    On the rapids of the Little Patuxent River in southern Howard County, a cluster of 15 renovated buildings at Savage Mill brings the industrial 19th century into present-day focus. Currently owned and managed by Jay Winer, of A. J. Properties, Savage Mill came into being as a cotton factory in 1816,...

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