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  • Howard Community College cross country posts strong showing at York race

    Howard Community College cross country posts strong showing at York race
    The Howard Community College Dragons traveled to York College of Pennsylvania to compete in the Coach Achtzehn Classic. The men placed fourth out of 11 teams, while the women were 10th. Adam Gartrell (Reservoir) continues to lead the men after placing...
  • Congratulations to new Eagle Scout Taylor Murphy [West Friendship]

    Congratulations to West Friendship resident Taylor Murphy, a freshman at Howard Community College, and recent graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, who received his Eagle Scout rank from the Boy Scouts of America in the spring of 2013. Murphy's...
  • Setting Foote on stage with 'A Young Lady of Property'

    Setting Foote on stage with 'A Young Lady of Property'
    Horton Foote crafted gentle dramas about ordinary lives. The late playwright's "A Young Lady of Property," which opens the Rep Stage season, is set in a Texas town in 1925. Although it's such an insular place that it seems unlikely the small-town gossip...
  • Many roads this weekend lead to art in county

    Many roads this weekend lead to art in county
    It seems appropriate that the three-artist exhibit at the Howard County Arts Council, "Tension and Flow: Sculpture in Flux," sprawls over so much of the floor and walls in its Gallery I. Art will seem to cover much of Howard County this weekend, as the...
  • Crowds gather despite stormy skies at annual HCC Grand Prix

    The rain held off just long enough at Howard Community College's 26th Annual Columbia Classic Grand Prix on Sept. 21 at Marama Farm in Clarksville, as world-class equestrians gathered to compete on a challenging course of obstacles, jumps, twists and...
  • Homeless project earns Silver Award for two Girl Scouts [Clarksville]

    Martha Rowe Robyn Levy Girl Scout Troop 4602 Route One Day Resource Center. Congratulations to Martha Rowe and Robyn Levy of Girl Scout Troop 4602. The girls earned their Silver Awards, the highest offered in Girl Scouting, by organizing Hugs for the...
  • Bits & Pieces: Community Sports Hall of Fame announces next induction class

    The Howard County Community Sports Hall of Fame will welcome six new members at the annual Celebration of Sports banquet set for Oct. 15 at Turf Valley. The Community Sports Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals who have made substantial contributions...
  • Vets Commission serves those who serve their country

    Vets Commission serves those who serve their country
    Veterans in Howard County have numerous resources to help them throughout, and after, their service — they just may not know about them. That's where the county's Commission for Veterans and Military Families comes in. "We want to make sure our...
  • Rep Stage names Suzanne Beal, Joseph Ritsch co-producing artistic directors

     Rep Stage names Suzanne Beal, Joseph Ritsch co-producing artistic directors
    Rep Stage, the two-decade-old Equity theater company based at Howard Community College, has named two Marylanders to succeed Michael Stebbins as artistic director. Suzanne E. Beal and Joseph W. Ritsch will serve as co-producing artistic directors. Beal,...
  • Community college tuition up six percent

    Carroll Community College students will see a six percent increase in tuition after the college's Board of Trustees voted to formally approve its fiscal year 2014 operating budget June 27. The board voted unanimously to approve its $30.8 million...
  • Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education

    Companies back STEM efforts as Maryland seeks to revamp science education
    Students across Maryland would see revamped science classes under curriculum standards the state school board will consider Tuesday — part of a broader effort by educators, researchers and businesses to kindle innovation in children well before they...
  • Howard students explore the many possibilities of STEM

    Howard students explore the many possibilities of STEM
    At one end of the room, children pressed their faces up to a glass tank with bright eyes as they watched an underwater robot. Off in another corner, kids strained their necks to look at giant telescopes and shuffled through maps of the constellations....