Biggest busts in Baltimore sports history

Howard County

Ellicott City

More Ellicott City news
  • Expansion of Howard's aging public transit system sought, survey suggests

    Expansion of Howard's aging public transit system sought, survey suggests

    Requests to expand services and reduce travel times were high on the list of residents' suggests for improving the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland's public transit system, according to a survey of residents and riders who use the system. The survey, compiled by KFG Group, a Bethesda-based...

  • Howard school board, tax credit bills wins approval

    Howard school board, tax credit bills wins approval

    Howard County residents will soon be able to elect school board members by district, claim tax credits on flood-damaged commercial property and drink more beer, wine and liquor samples during local alcohol tastings. The three initiatives are among the measures that passed the General Assembly this...

  • Howard Officer of the Year had WNBA career

    Howard Officer of the Year had WNBA career

    A successful career in Howard County law enforcement wasn't always the plan for 34-year-old police Officer Candace Futrell, whose dream of becoming a professional basketball player came true with the Women's National Basketball Association in 2004. Following her five-year basketball career, Futrell...

  • Glenelg Country School seeks expanded campus

    Glenelg Country School seeks expanded campus

    The Glenelg Country School, a prekindergarten through high school private school on a sprawling 90-acre campus in Ellicott City, is seeking the county's permission to add multiple buildings on its campus over the next 20 years. Student enrollment has swelled since the school opened its doors in...

Laurel

More Laurel news
  • Laurel synagogue invites community to help restore Torah

    Laurel synagogue invites community to help restore Torah

    Most Jews will never touch a Torah with their bare hands in their lifetime. But here was Jeffrey Shulevitz, encouraging them to not only touch the sacred scripture, but to vigorously scrub decades of dirt off. "We are doctors in the Torah," said Shulevitz, a scribe. He asked: Could a doctor heal...

  • Laurel youth groups experience being homeless for 20-hour fundraiser

    Laurel youth groups experience being homeless for 20-hour fundraiser

    About 60 students from five church youth groups set up temporary homes inside camping tents outside Bethany Community Church over the weekend to raise awareness of homelessness and funds for homeless support programs through the New Day nonprofit organization. Over a 20-hour period, from 6 p.m....

  • Side by Side's Bike and Stride switches to scenic routes

    Side by Side's Bike and Stride switches to scenic routes

    Participants in the nonprofit organization Side by Side's fifth annual Ride and Stride fundraiser on Saturday, April 29 will get the opportunity to become one with nature at the National Wildlife Visitor Center in South Laurel. Unlike last year's routes along the Patuxent River and to Savage, riders...

  • 'Hons' and Elvis bring Baltimore to Savage Mill fundraiser April 30

    'Hons' and Elvis bring Baltimore to Savage Mill fundraiser April 30

    At historic Savage Mill on April 30, local women supporting the breast cancer community will celebrate "100 Hons & Elvis" for the third year running, just in time to rock the golden wedding anniversary of Elvis and Priscilla Presley while raising money for the nonprofit, For 3 Sisters. The event's...

Western Howard County

More Western Howard County News
  • Girl Scouts collecting non-perishable food through April [Fulton/Highland]

    The local Girl Scout Troops in the Fulton area are collecting not-expired and non-perishable food items for the "Spring Forward Food Drive." Items such as canned meats (ham, chicken, tuna), canned stews, peanut butter, mac & cheese, canned nuts and seeds, canned fruit and juices, canned soups,...

  • Collecting books and bikes, young Leos help near and far [Glenelg/Glenwood/Dayton]

    Mary Powers, the advisor for the Glenwood Middle School Leo Club, is proud to announce that the young Leos just finished a book drive at the school. They collected, sorted, boxed and delivered over 2,000 books. Fifteen boxes full of children's books were taken to Highlandtown Elementary School...

  • The grounds for celebration [Editorial]

    The grounds for celebration [Editorial]

    Earth Day is a fitting time for the dedication of the Chrysalis amphitheater in Columbia, marking the birth of the first component in a multiyear year plan to assemble Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods next door to the nationally acclaimed Merriweather Post Pavilion. Chrysalis has been labeled...

  • State refunds withheld from those with open warrants in Howard County

    State refunds withheld from those with open warrants in Howard County

    Howard County police and the county sheriff's office are participating in a program withholding state tax refund checks of residents who have outstanding warrants. The program between law enforcement agencies in the state and the Maryland Comptroller's Office was approved by the General Assembly...

Elkridge/Savage

More Elkridge/Savage News

Clarksville

More Clarksville news
54°