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  • Glenwood: Farm-City Celebration events link town and country

    This weekend kicks off the beginning of the annual Farm-City Celebration, which will run from Sept. 22 through Oct. 7. The celebration helps to promote appreciation for people on both sides of that imaginary boundary separating city from country. This...
  • Grand Prix information

    What: Howard Community College Grand Prix When: Saturday, Sept. 22, from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Where: Marama Farm, 5610 Chamblis Drive, Clarksville Tickets: $10 for the lawn (children 10 and under free); adult bleacher seats $15, children bleachers...
  • Sandy Spring Bank CEO inspires HCC community

    Dan Schrider laughs heartily when he thinks back on it now. The morning he was to take the SAT, the then-Atholton High School student overslept. A student who, as he put it, was as focused on fun as he was on schoolwork, he didn't bother to reschedule the...
  • Join the Race for Innovation at Johns Hopkins University APL

    The Race for Innovation, a challenge to move from idea to business concept in four hours, will be held Tuesday, June 19, from 1 to 5 p.m., at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab's Kossiakoff Center, 11100 Johns Hopkins Road, in North Laurel....
  • Ulman's school board panel to hold first meeting

    The panel commissioned by County Executive Ken Ulman to review the structure of the Board of Education will have its first meeting Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m. in the George Howard Building inEllicott City. The public will have the opportunity "to...
  • Howard commission studying school board structure discusses voter engagement, campaign issues

    Members of a commission charged with recommending ways to create a more diverse school board met for the first time Wednesday, discussing voter engagement, ways to attract candidates and measures that have worked in other counties. County Executive Ken...
  • Plenty of cultural activities are just a stone's throw away in West Friendship

    It never ceases to amaze me how folks in the West Friendship area have access to so many cultural activities within just minutes of home. As much as our area prides itself in its original rural and agricultural roots, in recent years, this area has been...
  • Two for the show

    Two for the show
    The family that works on plays together, stays together. OK, so that's not exactly the old adage. But it might become a new one if the husband-and-wife acting team of Jason Odell Williams and Charlotte Cohn continue on the same artistic road they've been...
  • Killed in crash, billed by the state

    Killed in crash, billed by the state
    The bill for Sarah Marie Stebbins' car crash arrived in the mail this month. The 21-year-old Elkridge woman wasn't home to open it. Stebbins died May 29, when she lost control of her car on Route 32 in Columbia. It was her grieving mother, Valerie...
  • Diamonds are forever: Columbia man, 64, plays 200 softball games a year

    Diamonds are forever: Columbia man, 64, plays 200 softball games a year
    It's 7:30 on a warm, humid August evening and Andy Zitnay is in one of his favorite places — next to a softball field, stretching, half-watching the game and joking with arriving teammates as they wait their turn to play. It's Wednesday, so he's at...
  • 5.8-magnitude earthquake jolts Howard County

    The words "earthquake," "magnitude" and "epicenter" might be common in California, but not in Howard County, where the occasional tremble rattles most residents and workers in more ways than one. "I was terrified," Patrick Smith, a sales representative...
  • Tough economic times make less expensive colleges more attractive to families

    Sam Cameron says high school classmates used to give her "funny looks" when she told them she planned to go to a local community college after graduation instead of some prestigious four-year institution. But the 19-year-old, now in her second year at...