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  • Elkridge: Transfer station goes elsewhere, thanks to outspoken community

    Howard Johnson, president of the Greater Elkridge Community Association, recently forwarded an official letter naming the Mount Clare Yard station as the preferred site for the new Intermodal container transfer facility and stating an end to all investigations into the four other proposed sites, which included Beltsville, Jessup, Montevideo Road and, of course, Hanover.
  • Developer proposes 800 additional residential units for Oxford Square

    The planned Oxford Square development near Elkridge may include almost double the original number of residential units if the county's Zoning Board approves a requested amendment. The county already has approved 954 units for the 122-acre, mixed-use...

    County farmers decry growth tiers legislation

    Farm tractors could be found circling the parking lot at the county government building in Ellicott City Monday night, Nov. 19, sporting signs reading "Devaluing farms threatens farming" and "Septic bill 236 belongs in a manure spreader." Local...

    Ruby Tuesday in Columbia: Revisiting a gem of an eatery

    Ruby Tuesday in Columbia: Revisiting a gem of an eatery
    Some foodies — and I'm not naming names here — prefer to spend their dining-out dollars only at individually owned, full-service restaurants with roots in the local (more or less) community. Whether it be fine dining or pubby, they...

    End of era nears for Annapolis trash department

    End of era nears for Annapolis trash department
    A three-man team of trash men worked Tyler Avenue in Annapolis as if elegantly choreographed. The truck rolled ever forward as two men tumbled the ripe contents of can after can into the compactor, darting across the street, then stepping effortlessly...