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  • Sports notices: Get those tennis rackets off the shelf

    Submitting sports notices The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. Monday. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). Questions? Call 410-332-6578. Tennis The Glenmont Tennis League, a recreational league for adult women, is looking...
  • Quartet settles into Sunday program with new name

    Quartet settles into Sunday program with new name
    "What's in a name?" Shakespeare once famously asked. Quite a lot, learned the members of the Clipper Mill String Quartet, which plays at the next Sundays at Three chamber music concert, Dec. 4. The group, which is made up of three full-time members of...
  • Ellicott City: A sneak peak at the new Miller Branch Library's Enchanted Garden

    Ellicott City: A sneak peak at the new Miller Branch Library's Enchanted Garden
    In little more than a week, the widely anticipated public grand opening of the new 63,000-square-foot Charles E. Miller Branch & Historical Center is scheduled for Dec. 17. Individuals and families are welcome to attend. The opening celebration starts...
  • Remembering 'a classic person,' Hjordis Bruce, 72, of Columbia

    Remembering 'a classic person,' Hjordis Bruce, 72, of Columbia
    For a time, all you needed to see to know that Hjordis Bruce was around was a light blue Volkswagen Beetle convertible. That car took her around a community she'd embraced since arriving in Columbia in 1974 — to the gyms where she worked, to the...
  • Sports notices: Hurricane Express girls rugby team is looking for players

    Rugby The Howard County Hurricane Express girls rugby team is holding a recruiting event Dec. 11 for the upcoming winter/spring season. Email skinner56@comcast.net for more details.   Tennis   The Glenmont Tennis League, a recreational league...
  • HCC offers students chance to pitch business ideas

    John Palasits envisions an electronic menu that would enable restaurant customers to place their orders when ready instead of summoning a waiter. Rhyan Guidry foresees a personalized hairstyling studio that would teach patrons to do their own locks....
  • Bits & Pieces: It appears Bills dropped ball when they dropped Maybin

    Did the Buffalo Bills make a mistake when they released former Mt. Hebron High School and Penn State star Aaron Maybin after making him their first-round pick in the 2009 NFL draft? If the Aaron Maybin who is playing at a high level with the New York Jets...
  • Public wants many things from its new school superintendent

    As the search for Howard County's next superintendent progresses, the public is putting together a wish list of the qualities they want in their next school leader. Ray and Associates, the search firm hired to find the new superintendent, this week...
  • Linwood Center receives $50,000 from Knott Foundation

    The Linwood Center, in Ellicott City, received $50,000 from the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation to fund its supported employment program for adults with autism. Linwood provides education, employment and residential services for children and...
  • Best of Howard County 2011

    Best of Howard County 2011
    What better honor than to be voted the best of the best by your customers and colleagues? In August, we asked Howard Magazine readers to tell us the most notable businesses, people and places from Marriottsville to Savage and from Elkridge to...
  • Live and Local

    Concerts Connemara Christmas A Connemara Christmas Celebration will be held Thursday, Dec. 8, 8 p.m., at Baldwin's Station and Pub (7618 Main St., Sykesville). The concert will feature some of the D.C. area's finest Celtic performers such as Jody...
  • County executive hears budget requests for next year

    Turnout was lighter than in past years as County Executive Ken Ulman kicked off a budget-making process for next year that has officials cautiously optimistic that they can avoid painful cuts. Several people spoke before Ulman — who was flanked...