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  • Amendments prefiled for Downtown Columbia Partnership bill

    The Howard County Council Thursday prefiled 11 different amendments to legislation that would form a Downtown Columbia Partnership, including proposed changes to the partnership's leadership structure and the entity administering funds collected for...
  • Thoughts on the demise of seven Maryland teams

    Maryland made it official today, confirming that seven athletic teams will be discontinued. Men’s outdoor track and field will remain, although the sport will need to reach financial benchmarks down the road in order to remain viable. The...
  • Columbia cybersecurity firm gets boost from Silicon Valley

    Columbia cybersecurity firm gets boost from Silicon Valley
    The venture capitalists at Accel Partners fly around the world to find hot companies ripe for investment. The Silicon Valley-based firm was the first major investor in Facebook years ago, and its portfolio is a Who's Who of fast-growing technology...
  • Council passes Downtown Columbia Partnership bill — with amendments

    The Howard County Council Monday, in a 4-1 vote, passed legislation that would form a Downtown Columbia Partnership, but only after adding amendments aimed at changing the partnership's leadership structure and the entity administering funds collected for...
  • Act now to expand gaming in Maryland

    Act now to expand gaming in Maryland
    Maryland's casinos need table games to compete with neighboring states. And we need them as soon as possible. Some believe our state has the luxury of waiting until the state's current casino program is fully up and running. A recent editorial in The Sun...
  • Newsmakers: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation names Andrew Robinson one of 'Howard County's Finest Under 39'

    The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation named Andrew Robinson, of Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr, a general practice law firm headquartered in Columbia, one of "Howard County's Finest Under 39." He was honored for success in business, community...
  • Lunch for $10 or less: Fleet Street Market

    Lunch for $10 or less: Fleet Street Market
    You can get bread from Hamilton Bakery, including their amazing onion focaccia, at Fleet Street Market, and that alone makes this grocery store, which opened in July, a major asset to Fells Point. The bread is part of the new market's all-star lineup...
  • Changes in the works at Healthy Howard

    Thousands of Howard residents have stepped from the parking lot of the Health Department offices through the glass door to the county's Door to HealthCare program in the past 18 months, using this portion of the innovative Healthy Howard project to search...
  • Claim of young blacks victimized by alcohol ads is questionable

    The recent opinion piece by David Jernigan ("Alcohol companies target black youth," Oct. 23) underscores the need for a government review of the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) and its misspending of $4 million in federal Centers for...
  • Columbia Wegmans evacuated after small kitchen fire

    The recently opened Wegmans grocery store in Columbia was briefly evacuated on Friday morning after a small kitchen fire broke out in the store's market cafe section. The Long Reach branch of the Howard County Fire Department responded with one unit at...
  • Kingsville parade winners

    Kingsville parade winners
    Marching units: The Titans Drum Corps, first; Company A 37th Regiment North Carolina Vol. Troops – John C. Houck, second. Bands/musical, Bud Huson American Pride Award: C. Milton Wright Marching Band, Mary Lynn Twentey, director. Antique vehicles:...
  • Grand Prix organizers say they are prepared to lose money, but will pay their bills

    Grand Prix organizers say they are prepared to lose money, but will pay their bills
    The new organizers of the Baltimore Grand Prix said Tuesday they are prepared to lose money on the Labor Day weekend event, but pledged that no vendor or taxpayer would go unpaid. "My goal for this year is to stabilize the race," said J.P. Grant, the...