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Lisbon (Portugal)

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  • Glenwood: Relay for Life raised $82,000 in fight against cancer

    The 2012 Western Howard County Relay for Life is now just a memory for many, but it proved to be another successful event. Friday, June 8, was a bit warm, but it was just right to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Twenty-one teams composed...
  • Lisbon/Woodbine: Lisbon needs a fair and it gets one June 30

    This is just a reminder that the second annual Lisbon Community Fair will be held on June 30 at the Lisbon Park from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Come for the yard sale, moon bounce, auction, tack sale, food and vendors. The event will benefit the Gentle Giants...
  • West Friendship: Ready for a good threshing? Cutting of the Wheat is for you

    It's all about the wheat up at the Howard County Antique Farm Machinery Club campus on Saturday, July 7. The club, which holds as its mission the preservation of an agricultural way of life primarily through the club's Living Farm Heritage Museum, will...
  • Lisbon resident participates in fall theater production

    Thomas 'TJ' Myers, of Lisbon, was the sound engineer in the Davis and Elkins College fall theater production of "As It Is in Heaven" which was presented in the College's historic Boiler House Theatre in Elkins, W.Va. A design and technical theatre major,...
  • Frances Louise German

    Frances Louise German
    Frances Louise German, a homemaker and volunteer who enjoyed collecting antiques, died Monday of heart failure at Morningside House, an Ellicott City assisted-living facility. The longtime Howard County resident was 91. The daughter of a farm laborer...
  • Lisbon/Woodbine: Quarter mania fundraiser set for Feb. 17 to help Magulick brothers

    The Lisbon Children's Christian Care Center is sponsoring a quarter mania fundraiser Friday, Feb. 17 at the Lisbon Volunteer Fire Hall. This event is to offset the medical expenses for the Magulick brothers, ages 3 and 4. The boys attend the Center and...
  • Vacant home collapses after early morning fire in Lisbon

    A vacant single-family home collapsed Wednesday following an early morning fire in Lisbon, Howard County fire officials said. Firefighters responded about 2:30 a.m. to the 16000 block of Old Frederick Road to find the house fully engulfed in flames after...
  • Portugal president warns Espirito Santo woes could hurt economy

    LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's president warned on Monday that fallout from the financial troubles of the founding family of Banco Espirito Santo (BES) could affect the wider economy, while the bank said it was appointing a special financial advisor to...
  • Community rallies behind student with leukemia

    Community rallies behind student with leukemia
    Lauren Logue, a 12-year-old Taylorsville resident who was recently diagnosed with leukemia, has received an outpouring of friendship and love from fellow students, friends and family. Dozens of cards and a video full of get well wishes have come from...
  • Woodbine teen named rodeo queen

    Woodbine teen named rodeo queen
    Madison Iager, 15, a Woodbine resident and member of the Maryland High School Rodeo Association, was named Miss Maryland High School Rodeo Queen at a recent contest in Virginia. In her role as rodeo queen, Iager will do meet-and-greets, career days...
  • Colchester actor plays George Washington in new film

    This past Independence Day weekend marked a time when people flocked to beaches, parks, and to see fireworks, while others headed to the theaters to see Colchester resident John Koopman, III, star in a prominent film role honoring the country's history....
  • Local farmers' markets up and running for summer

    As gardens around the area begin to yield their bounty, local communities are ushering in the farmers' market season. The weekly markets are a win-win situation: small-scale local growers have a chance to sell their wares and keep their lands in...