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  • Local singer gets second shot at 'The Voice' [Ellicott City]

    Last summer, 19-year old Trevor Pozoulakis first auditioned for the NBC television show "The Voice" in New York.   While the Howard Community College student didn't make the final cut with his rendition of "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5, the aspiring...
  • Howard PRIDE members say program yields benefits in and out of classroom

    Howard PRIDE members say program yields benefits in and out of classroom
    A group of young men at Howard Community College are giving new meaning to the Orwellian phrase, "Big Brother is watching you." They are members of the community college's leadership program Howard PRIDE (Purpose, Respect, Initiative, Determination,...
  • Columbia family starts own two-wheeled fruit vending business

    Columbia family starts own two-wheeled fruit vending business
    For years, the Bard family has biked everywhere from libraries and farmer's markets to friends' homes and downtown Columbia events. Luda, Aaron and their children — Ammi, 3, Ari, 7, and Ellie, 9 — love traveling via bike, but the snacks...
  • Ellicott City resident seeks spot on school board

    Ellicott City resident seeks spot on school board
    As an Oakland Mills High School graduate and a student at Howard Community College before transferring nearly 60 credits to American University, Maureen Evans Arthurs believes she is a prime example of what can result from community investment in...
  • Help for Howard residents curious about their ancestors

    Help for Howard residents curious about their ancestors
    Among the generations of fine ancestors Dennis Ayers discovered while climbing through the branches of his family tree are a "witch" and an "Indian-slayer." Then there's the 11th-century tale of the origin of his family name with William the Conqueror's...
  • Groups meeting in Howard County

    These groups meet regularly Acupuncture Happy Hour — First and third Monday, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Relax and recharge with 20 minutes of auricular (ear) acupuncture. Classical Acupuncture and Healing Center, 8821 Columbia 100 Pkwy., Suite 5, Columbia....
  • Carroll Community College's new president eager to face challenges

    Carroll Community College's new president eager to face challenges
    Over the past 15 years, Carroll Community College has seen the campus expand, enrollment grow and program offerings increase under the leadership of Dr. Faye Pappalardo. This summer, Pappalardo will retire and a familiar face on campus will become the...
  • Long Reach students write graduation anthem

    Long Reach students write graduation anthem
    For Long Reach High School students, Pomp and Circumstance wasn't the only graduation anthem on their minds last week. Thanks to a group of five seniors, Long Reach's Class of 2014 had a graduation theme written by their classmates. "It was a coming-...
  • Howard's Travisano faces off as Howard County boys lacrosse Player of Year

    Howard's Travisano faces off as Howard County boys lacrosse Player of Year
    John Travisano's rise to high school lacrosse stardom was different from many of his future Division I counterparts. Described by coaches and teammates as modest, yet bearing a quiet confidence that transcended his age, the future member of the Notre...
  • Come in, look at the art, become disturbed

    Visitors to the Columbia Festival of the Arts-related art exhibit "Things That Scare Me" may experience sleepless nights as a result. Shown jointly at the Columbia Art Center and Howard Community College, this show taps into a host of topics guaranteed to...
  • We like Fontaine, Schwind, Waller in Columbia elections [Editorial]

    We like Fontaine, Schwind, Waller in Columbia elections [Editorial]
    For the past several years, Columbia has been at a crossroads. Redevelopment plans have the potential to change the downtown in ways that founder Jim Rouse could have never imagined. More housing is destined for the core, as is a revamped mall and...
  • Columbia Digest

    'Ragtime' theater The Howard County Arts Collective presents the Tony Award-winning musical "Ragtime" through Sunday, May 18, at Howard Community College's Smith Theatre, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway. Shows are at 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays...