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  • Cross Keys at the crossroads

    Cross Keys at the crossroads
    Rhythmic thumping of techno music filled the air as a series of models draped in fall fashions strutted across the T-shaped runway. In September, a majority of Cross Keys retailers joined together to produce a series of fashion shows to highlight new...
  • Student privacy, data up for discussion at Howard PTA panel

    When parents send their children to school, they expect them to be in a safe and nurturing environment. Part of that safety comes from the confidentiality of student records, which was the hot topic of discussion at the PTA Council of Howard County's...
  • Coke: No 'magic bullet' for America's obesity epidemic

     Coke: No 'magic bullet' for America's obesity epidemic
    We agree with The Sun's editors that obesity is one of the country's most serious health issues ("A new kind of cola war," Oct. 22). However, targeting soda alone, absent a focus on actions and efforts to achieve healthier diets and lifestyles, will not...
  • Best of Howard County 2013

    Best of Howard County 2013
    Our readers' favorites for shopping, health, home, recreation and more. OUT & ABOUT Annual festival/event Wine in the Woods wineinthewoods.com Honorable mention     Howard County Fair     Columbia Festival of the Arts     Highland Day Art gallery...
  • Seniors can get along fine without county programs [Letter]

    Why should the county be expected to meet the needs of active healthy seniors? I am 72 and my husband is 81. We walk, we dance, we garden, we do most all our own maintenance and yard work. We heat with wood which means we cut down trees, haul wood and...
  • Harford delegate will not seek another term

    Harford County Del. Donna Stifler will step down when her term ends in early 2015 after health issues made it too difficult for her to continue serving in office, she announced Thursday. "It's not something that I want to do, but I had to do it," an...
  • Walking through Harford for a good cause [Editorial]

    From time to time, the pages of this newspaper are graced by a story about someone like George Throop, who passed through Harford County recently on a walk that started in Washington state and is slated for an end on Long Island. His cause: promoting...
  • 'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' recap, 'Swoop in for the Kill'

    'Survivor: Blood vs. Water' recap, 'Swoop in for the Kill'
    We start out tonight with Kat’s arrival at Redemption Island, and then she talks and talks and talks, during what seems to be the middle of the night. Then, the next day, she sits on the beach and cries, worried that Hayden is going to be...
  • Patterson Mill Bingo made possible by ... [Letter]

    Editor: On the evening of Friday, Nov. 22, the Patterson Mill Middle/High School PTSA held our seventh annual PTSA Bingo Nite. This event is our PTSA's primary fundraiser, funding enrichment activities and programs for both the Middle and High School...
  • Sports notices: Train now to become a Tri-County umpire this spring and summer

    Submitting sports notices Email sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. on Monday. Baseball Tri-County Umpires Association will be holding classes for anyone interested in umpiring travel and high school baseball in Howard,...
  • Unholy religious exemptions [Commentary]

    Unholy religious exemptions [Commentary]
    House Speaker John Boehner has said he would oppose a landmark gay-rights bill, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), because its religious exemption is not broad enough. But the House speaker has it backward. The current religious exemption in...
  • Bel Air Verizon store among first to become Smart outlet

    In an effort to help its customers reverse the company's observation that most people use only about 10 percent of their cell phones' capabilities, Verizon has begun turning some of its retail outlets into what it calls "Smart Stores," with one of the...