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Howard County Council adopts Kittleman's $1.1 billion budget

In what the Howard County Council deemed "one of the smoothest" budget approval processes in the last decade, the five County Council members unanimously voted on Wednesday to adopt a $1.1 billion operating budget for fiscal 2018. The approved budget includes $572 million for the school system,...

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  • Man kills wife, then himself in 'murder-suicide' in Ellicott City, police say

    Man kills wife, then himself in 'murder-suicide' in Ellicott City, police say

    An Ellicott City man allegedly killed his wife and then himself in a "domestic murder-suicide" outside their home late Monday night, Howard County Police said Tuesday. Police said Samuel Lancelotta and his wife, Beth Lancelotta, both 48, were found in the back yard of their home in the 4600 block...

  • Ellicott City man charged in Reisterstown pharmacy robbery

    Ellicott City man charged in Reisterstown pharmacy robbery

    Baltimore County police said Tuesday they have charged an Ellicott City man in connection with the March 25 robbery of a Reisterstown pharmacy. Timothy Smallwood, 48, faces charges including armed robbery, first-degree assault and misdemeanor theft, police said. He is accused of pointing a handgun...

  • Four Baltimore juveniles arrested in Ellicott City dirt bike theft

    Four Baltimore juveniles arrested in Ellicott City dirt bike theft

    Four Baltimore juveniles were arrested and charged with stealing dirt bikes from an Ellicott City dealership, an occurrence the owner says has become "almost an epidemic," with three dealers reporting five break-ins in the past 10 days. The four suspects — three 16-year-olds and a 15-year-old —...

  • Howard police: Traffic stop leads to human trafficking arrest

    Howard police: Traffic stop leads to human trafficking arrest

    A Pikesville man was arrested during a traffic stop early Thursday morning when Howard police learned that he was allegedly trafficking as many as nine women for prostitution. William O. Murray, 29, was charged with multiple counts of human trafficking and prostitution, police spokeswoman Sherry...

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