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  • Incumbents return to Hickory Ridge village board

    All five Hickory Ridge village board incumbents have been reelected to one-year terms, selections that took two rounds of voting in the Columbia village. That second round of voting, held May 7, was made necessary because the village failed to reach a...
  • Hickory Ridge village manager retiring after three decades

    Jane Parrish arrived in what was then one of Columbia's smaller villages, the Hickory Ridge of 1980, so early in its development that it didn't yet have its own community center. Its office was farther north on Cedar Lane in the village of Harper's...
  • Baileys, Williams welcome sons

    Kimberly and John Bailey, of Columbia, announce the birth of their son, Brooks Richard Bailey, on Aug. 11, 2011, at 12:30 a.m. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. His sister is Madelyn. His grandparents are Pamela Neidig, of Crofton; and John and Virginia...
  • Few contested races in upcoming CA board, village elections

    Nearly all of this year's Columbia Association board and village board races have already been decided — even though the election isn't until April 21. That's because there is only one contested race out of the six CA board seats on the ballot....
  • The decline of party power

    The decline of party power
    No recent development has underlined the decline of political party clout more than beleaguered Senate Republican nominee Todd Akin's refusal to accede to GOP leadership demands that he withdraw from his race against Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of...
  • Speculation abounds about who may run for open District 12 seat

    The 2014 election is still two years away, but it's on the minds of some in Howard and Baltimore counties this week, ever since state Del. Liz Bobo announced last week that she plans to retire after her term is up. It's far too early to know for sure who...
  • Coyle wins another CA board term in Harper's Choice

    Coyle wins another CA board term in Harper's Choice
    Cynthia Coyle will return for another two-year term representing Harper's Choice on the Columbia Association board after winning a close election Saturday over challenger Robert Fontaine. Coyle, a Hobbit's Glen resident, received 198 votes, while...
  • Man shot and killed at embattled liquor store

    A man was shot in the head Saturday night at a North Avenue liquor store that has been the target of frequent complaints by neighbors and was ordered shut down earlier this year by the Baltimore liquor board. The unidentified victim was pronounced dead...
  • Violence in tourist areas leads to more patrols

    Violence in tourist areas leads to more patrols
    An increasing number of Baltimore residents and tourists have been victims of random, unprovoked attacks in the downtown area over the past month by roving groups of young people, even as police beef up their presence around the Inner Harbor. Many of the...
  • Two cases show how vast our racial divide remains

    HOW DID Marylanders end up with two poignant moments in race relations in just one week? Well, it can't be because we're lucky, because one of those moments involves the death of Noah Jamahl Jones, a black teenager who died last year after a melee...
  • 9/7/2012-Chris Murphy's Going Nowhere

    9/7/2012-Chris Murphy's Going Nowhere
    Chris Murphy's campaign for United States Senator reminds me of the Barbara Kennelly gubernatorial campaign back in the last century. Kennelly, the daughter of the late powerful Connecticut Democratic political boss John Bailey, served from 1982 until...
  • Are these items really expired?

    Are these items really expired?
    There are telltale signs that a product has gone bad. Moldy bread. Clumpy milk. The layer of fur blanketing the cream cheese. But what about the toothpaste sitting in your pantry for years after a zealous bulk purchase? Or those condoms waiting...