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  • Bridge Columbia will help 'expand charm' of where we live [Letter]

    The excitement of the new Bridge Columbia is in its multiple functions and destinations on foot, bikes and sitting on the bus. It will also enable people with disabilities to join with others in the come and go between Town Center, Wilde Lake and places...
  • Jupiter seen and heard in night sky over Columbia

    Jupiter seen and heard in night sky over Columbia
    The members of the Jupiter String Quartet surely will be in harmonious alignment with each other when this chamber ensemble performs for Candlelight Concert Society on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m., in Howard Community College's Smith Theatre. After...
  • $125M mixed-use development planned near Columbia Mall

    $125M mixed-use development planned near Columbia Mall
    Plans for a $125 million, two-structure apartment complex in Columbia's Warfield neighborhood were revealed this week, making it the third housing development announced in the redevelopment of downtown Columbia. The five-acre parcel, which is owned by...
  • Babe Ruth's bat to be on display in Ellicott City

    Babe Ruth's bat to be on display in Ellicott City
    Babe Ruth's 1927 record-setting home-run bat will be on display for Howard County baseball fans Friday at the Miller Branch Library in Ellicott City. The event, from 7-9 p.m. in the library's first-floor meeting rooms, will feature Ruth's bat —...
  • Rochester's Striebel 'grateful' to play in ninth All-Star Game

    Rochester's Striebel 'grateful' to play in ninth All-Star Game
    When Matt Striebel stepped onto Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High in July 2005 for the Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game, he was a bit taken aback. Sure, he had won two NCAA championships at Princeton and played four seasons in MLL, but he was still...
  • U.S. women earn FIL gold for seventh time, rout Canada

    Lacrosse U.S. women earn gold for seventh time, rout Canada, break records The U.S. national women's team won the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario, defeating Canada, 19-5, on Saturday and setting several records...
  • Glenwood column is back, so send in your news [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    I am the new Glenelg/Glenwood/Dayton Neighborhood columnist. My name is Tracy Trobridge.  I moved to Glenelg with my parents when I was 10 years old, and I attended local schools, graduating from Glenelg High School in 1976.   My husband and I moved...
  • Officials promote health insurance tax credit to small businesses

    Officials promote health insurance tax credit to small businesses
    State and local officials are trying to promote public awareness of a little-known federal tax credit to help small businesses cover some of the costs of providing health insurance to their workers. Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot launched a...
  • Notebook: Dayton says it will add women's lacrosse in 2016

    Notebook: Dayton says it will add women's lacrosse in 2016
    Dayton has announced that it will add women's lacrosse as an intercollegiate sport and begin competition in the spring of 2016. Women’s lacrosse is the fastest-growing team sport in the United States, according to the most recent research by...
  • Tatyana McFadden first to win 6 titles at Paralympic world meet

     Tatyana McFadden first to win 6 titles at Paralympic world meet
    Paralympics T. McFadden first to win 6 titles at Paralympic world meet Tatyana McFadden of Clarksville has become the first woman to win six world titles in a single International Paralympic Committee Athletics World Championship meet. She went...
  • Howard Community College cross country takes on Red Devil Classic

    Howard Community College cross country takes on Red Devil Classic
    The Howard Community College cross country program traveled to Dickinson College over the weekend to compete at the Red Devil Long/Short Classic. The unique format has men’s races at 8k and 4k, and women’s races at 4k and 6k. The team was...
  • Cramm remembered as Howard County's 'unofficial historian'

    Cramm remembered as Howard County's 'unofficial historian'
    Though she knew more than most people about Howard County's history, Joetta Cramm always considered herself to be an amateur historian. "I really look at local history as my hobby," Cramm said in a Baltimore Sun feature about her work in 1996. "I...