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The "Give Where You Live 5K," in support of the Elkridge Food Pantry, will take place Sunday, Sept. 18 at 8 a.m. and 100 percent of the proceeds directly benefit the food pantry and garden. The Howard High School cross country team is gearing up to make a...
I received an open letter from Krys Renzi, the former marketing director of the Norbel School, and she asked that I share the news that will so adversely affect the learning disabled students that will not return to these halls of hope, and also with a...
Tags: McDonald's, Lawyers, Judges, Justice System, Ken Ulman
Christopher and Sharon Vale recently returned from Texas where they visited with their son, Kevin, and his family. According to Chris, they attended the Texas State Fair, in Dalllas, during their visit and enjoy touring the home of Sandra and Charles...
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You might have noticed someone new at recent Howard County Council Meetings: an armed police officer. Since July 1, a uniformed officer has been present at all County Council legislative sessions and public hearings. The change was made at the...
At the latest public meeting in Elkridge on the intermodal railroad facility being proposed by the CSX Corp. and the Maryland Department of Transportation, held at Elkridge Landing Middle School on Thursday, Nov. 17, the railroad giant and state agency...
Elkridge residents don't want the once-per-decade redrawing of County Council district lines to dilute their political influence, but some wonder if the interests of the county's oldest community are tied more closely to those of Ellicott City's in...
The Baltimore SunWe're more than half-way through the month of June and with each day that goes, Ocean City deals begin to slip away. These deals are only good for June - they're just teasers to get you jazzed up for beach season. Still, there's no reason to pass on...
The Baltimore SunOcean City Restaurant Week is winding down to the last few days. The summer promotion, featuring fixed price two-course meals for $20 or three-course meals for $30, ends on Sunday. More than 20 restaurants are participating, including several that made...
Tags: Restaurants, Dining and Drinking
For all that remains warmly traditional about Ocean City, there are also changes — new events, restaurants, things to do and even technology to make your vacation more enjoyable. This year is no exception. Here's are a some of the new happenings in...
Baltimore Sun reporterHeavy, blowing snow quickly covered the Howard County streets that prompted complaints about the clean-up after last weekend's blizzard, but now exhausted county officials and workers face more days of plowing, digging and frustration. Angela Beltram's...
Tags: Fires, Facebook, Vehicles, Weather Reports, Employees
Dining@LargeRecently I got good reports from two of our regulars on their vacations -- at least the eating part. They are both long but worthwhile.I'm going to start with Hal Laurent's on the week he and his wife spent in......
Sun ReporterFamiliarity breeds vacations. Comes another summer in Ocean City, comes another 300,000 people on any given summer weekend. This is Ocean City: Maximum miniature golf. Languid sunsets over Sinepuxent Bay. Pool bars, actual phone booths and riptides. Owl...
Tags: Sales, Music, Fishing, Arts, Road Transportation
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