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  • Howard school board approves Elkridge elementary school design

    While the county Board of Education still hasn't decided whether to build a new elementary school on a site near a proposed CSX Corp. transportation facility in Elkridge, members did approve a school design that could be used on several different types of...
  • CSX plans to hire over 140 in Maryland this year

    CSX Corp. said Thursday that it would hire more than 140 employees in Maryland this year. The new employees, who will be based primarily in Baltimore and Cumberland, will operate trains and maintain tracks, locomotives and rail cars. The company...
  • Rejected Elkridge elementary site to house middle school instead

    An Elkridge site previously considered — and rejected — for a new elementary school might be used for a middle school instead. The Howard County Board of Education on Thursday, Oct. 20 approved the 22-acre site on Coca-Cola Drive for a new...
  • Board proposes new location for Elkridge elementary school

    After approving a design plan for an elementary school in the northeast region of Howard County, the Board of Education is moving forward with a site for the new school — just not the one previously discussed. The board unanimously selected a...
  • Board approves new Elkridge site for elementary school

    While Elkridge community members are praising the county board of education's decision to build an elementary school farther from a proposed railway facility than originally planned, some are concerned the new school won't do enough to ease overcrowding...
  • Estimates show Elkridge site cheapest option for CSX facility

    A new cost analysis from the CSX Corp. and the Maryland Department of Transportation shows building an intermodal railroad facility on a proposed site in Elkridge would be far cheaper than doing so at any of the three alternative locations being proposed....
  • Elkridge residents eye CSX intermodal updates with skepticism

    At the latest public meeting in Elkridge on the intermodal railroad facility being proposed by the CSX Corp. and the Maryland Department of Transportation, held at Elkridge Landing Middle School on Thursday, Nov. 17, the railroad giant and state agency...
  • New elementary school site in Elkridge draws criticism

    A new site for a proposed elementary school in the Elkridge area, selected after the school system's first choice was dropped because it was too close to a proposed railway facility, ran into objections of its own at a county Board of Education hearing...
  • CSX coal pier damaged by ship, out of service

    A CSX Corp. coal pier in Baltimore is out of service for the foreseeable future as the railroad assesses the "substantial" damage caused by a ship that hit the structure. The Bayside Coal Pier, on Benhill Avenue in Curtis Bay, was struck Saturday by a...
  • Community begins to cope with shootings

    Community begins to cope with shootings
    Something awful happened inside the yellow house on Washington Street, as the creaky wooden porch made clear all weekend. It was wrapped with tarps while police worked inside Saturday, sifting through a crime scene more horrid than anything they could...
  • Debt believed to be factor in family deaths

    The man who killed his wife and three young children and then himself in a tiny Frederick County town last week was at least $460,000 in debt and owned a Florida house that was in foreclosure, according to property records and police officials. In one of...
  • CSX to pay $2 million to Baltimore

    Four and a half years after a derailment and fire in the Howard Street Tunnel created havoc downtown, CSX Transportation Inc. has agreed to pay Baltimore $2 million to settle the city's lawsuit against the railroad company. Mayor Martin O'Malley and...