RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Howard Community College

A collection of news and information related to Howard Community College published by this site and its partners.

Top Howard Community College Articles

Displaying items 73-84
  • Howard Community men's basketball rallies for win against CCBC-Dundalk

    Howard Community men's basketball rallies for win against CCBC-Dundalk
    There were two moments that defined Wednesday night’s win by the Howard Community College Dragons over the visiting CCBC-Dundalk Lions. The first was highlight-reel worthy -- a thunderous jam by Howard's Kayode Ajenifuja that followed an alley-oop...
  • Howard's Y-Fi Challenge set for Feb. 1

    The local nonprofit MakingChange is holding the third annual Y-Fi Challenge Saturday, Feb. 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Kittleman Room at Howard Community College in Columbia. The Y-Fi Challenge is a financial planning event for students ages 12-...
  • Amelia Piano Trio primed to play Beethoven trios

    Beethoven was such a prolific composer that classical music organizations never run out of material when presenting all-Beethoven programs. Such concerts often focus on specific aspects of that great German composer's output. This certainly will be the...
  • New course at community college focuses on U.S. presidential scandals

    Commander in chief, leader of the free world, POTUS (President of the United States) — these are common monikers for the U.S. president. Yet after taking Patrick Heline's class on presidential malfeasance, one might come up with a few other...
  • Howard schools will open two hours late Thursday

    Howard schools will open two hours late Thursday
    After Howard County closed schools Wednesday because of a snowstorm accompanied by a second round of the "polar vortex," officials announced that school would resume on Thursday, starting two hours late. On Tuesday, the first flakes of the storm that...
  • Before the cold in Howard County came the snow

    Before the cold in Howard County came the snow
    Though snow plows had cleared its steep streets by Tuesday afternoon, historic Ellicott City was nearly deserted, and Len Berkowitz cut a lonely figure as he swept up powdery snow from the sidewalk in front of his business. The co-owner of Great Panes...
  • Arts Council names 10 young Rising Star artists [Ellicott City]

    The Ellicott City-based Howard County Arts Council announced the 10 young artists finalists for its 2014 Rising Star competition — Curtis Bannister, Musical Theater; Leiland R.W. Charles, Contemporary Dance; Joe Duffey, Irish Step Dance; Steven...
  • Knights of Columbus host Longaberger Basket Bingo [Clarksville]

    St Louis Knights of Columbus will host a Longaberger Basket Bingo in the church social hall on Jan. 31. Doors open at 6 p.m. Games begin at 7 p.m. Funds raised will support various charities. Win filled Longaberger baskets. There are 20 regular games,...
  • Main Street beckons Valentine's Day celebrators [Mostly Main Street]

    Winter is flying by, and suddenly we're making plans for Valentine's Day. If you are planning to go out to dinner to celebrate, I suggest you make your reservation immediately. Since it is on a Friday this year I think a lot more people will be going...
  • That's a wrap: Film camps teach life skills and boost technical prowess

    That's a wrap: Film camps teach life skills and boost technical prowess
    Holding a 3-inch-tall Tolkien-inspired wizard named Schmandalf that she fashioned out of modeling clay, Olivia Hatcher set about the painstaking process of creating a stop-motion film for her summer camp class. Using one of Maryvale Preparatory School&...
  • Week's bad weather leaves Howard County schools with lone remaining snow day

    For those keeping track of school days missed because of winter weather in Howard County: Tuesday didn't count. True, public school students were out of school amid a winter storm, but classes were scheduled to be canceled anyway because it was a...
  • Clifton's poetry and personality remain alive

    Clifton's poetry and personality remain alive
    The late poet Lucille Clifton was very much a Columbia resident. She was locally active with the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo), which is hosting its third annual Clifton-themed event, "Telling Our Stories, Michael S. Glaser...