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  • Renovations return Laurel Armory to 'original splendor'

    Renovations return Laurel Armory to 'original splendor'

    When Encon Corp. project manager Megan Bauer first walked into the Laurel Armory/Anderson-Murphy Community Center before her company started renovations, the historic building enthusiast says she was horrified by the debilitating state in certain areas, particularly the basement. But Bauer's outlook...

  • New coffee bar opens at C Street Flats in Laurel

    New coffee bar opens at C Street Flats in Laurel

    Sip, a restaurant and coffee bar, opens today in the C Street Flats apartment complex, 24 C St., serving up an assortment of paninis, soups, salads and kids meals. Desserts, such as chocolate mousse, pies, cakes and tarts are also included on the menu along with a wine and beer selection. "One...

  • St. Mary of the Mills welcomes new principal, assistant principal into the Catholic school's family

    St. Mary of the Mills welcomes new principal, assistant principal into the Catholic school's family

    On the first day of school at St. Mary of the Mills, students and their parents will find a new principal and assistant principal standing at the edge of the carpool lot and welcoming classes into the 2016-2017 year. Principal Alicia Jordan and assistant principal Tiffani James were both welcomed...

  • Laurel High gears up with freshmen orientation

    Laurel High gears up with freshmen orientation

    On Monday, Aug. 22, Laurel High School Principal Dwayne Jones sat behind his laptop inside a conference room in a corridor just behind the school's main office. The faint ringing of phone calls buzzed from the receptionist's front desk, as Jones' voice echoed over the intercom. "We're asking staff...

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  • Grassroots director to retire after 27 years

    Grassroots director to retire after 27 years

    Andrea Ingram has led Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center for 27 years with a central, guiding principle: Our lives are the product of an "accident of birth for which we are not responsible, for which we can take no credit and for which we are not born deserving." Those born into good fortune...

  • Columbia's Symphony of Lights to make 'bigger, brighter' return this year

    Columbia's Symphony of Lights to make 'bigger, brighter' return this year

    Symphony of Lights will return bigger, better and brighter this holiday season, organizers said, following a year-long hiatus to refurbish the original light displays and make way for ongoing construction at Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods. Benefiting Howard County General Hospital, the drive-through...

  • Erase Hate Through Art message continues with 'Rocky Horror'

    Erase Hate Through Art message continues with 'Rocky Horror'

    In 2012, teens attending a 14-year-old girl's birthday party in North Laurel were stunned when they learned that her best friend's neighbor — a racially mixed and overweight teen who was into art, theater and music — had committed suicide. According to Grant Myers, president of How Do You Like...

  • Fair closes and school year begins [Lisbon/Woodbine]

    The Howard County Fair came to close on Sat., Aug. 13, to the sounds of Richie Fields, a local artist who has reached some fame in the field of country music nationally yet continues to please local audiences with his music and his showmanship at fairs, carnivals and music festivals. The sounds...

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