What better way to capture the spirit of the holiday season than with a story of giving, caring and sharing! Congratulations to the young ladies of Troop 1861 for earning their Silver Award, the highest honor for Cadette Girl Scouts.
Rita Chelton, long-time resident of Elkridge, would like to share the latest news from Grace Episcopal Church of Elkridge. After a lengthy search and many prayers, the parish has recently welcomed a new rector, the Rev. Travis K. Smith.
Anyone who lives in this corner of the County is no stranger to the overwhelming increase in traffic over the past few years as development has boomed.
Sometimes it can be sensed when a useful convention changes so much it is apparent it is becoming harmful. We feel that's what happened last week when educational leaders in Maryland joined 10 other states in calling for a cutback in the incessant testing conducted in classrooms to measure the...
Howard County's Board of Education adopted operating and capital budgets totalling $843.8 million this week, but two school board members decided to oppose most of the $776.3 million operating budget in what one called a vote of conscience.
The following is compiled from police reports. Descriptions of perpetrators are included only when the description makes identification possible.
Sixteen people are federally indicted on drug conspiracy and other charges in what authorities called "pill mills" posing as pain management clinics.
During National EMS Week, Ellicott City Station 2 invited a reporter and a photographer for a ride-along to experience a day in the life of EMS members.