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  • Confederate flag an emblem of Southern gentility, refinement [Letter]

    Confederate flag an emblem of Southern gentility, refinement [Letter]
    Michael Foucault, the French philosopher who wrote on asylums, hysterical administrators and irrational bureaucrats, allegedly asked his host when he visited America to show him a high school. After closely observing the structure of an American school, its rules and procedures, he complained: "No, no! I asked to see a school, not a prison."
  • Hogan calls for criminal probe of Brown campaign

    Hogan calls for criminal probe of Brown campaign
    The gubernatorial campaign of Republican Larry Hogan is demanding a criminal investigation of its charges that Democratic rival Anthony G. Brown's campaign illegally coordinated its activities with a legally independent political action committee. The...

    Rally scheduled Monday in wake of Confederate flags at Howard Co. school

    Rally scheduled Monday in wake of Confederate flags at Howard Co. school
    A Howard County African-American group will hold a rally Monday evening calling for unity in the wake of the recent displays of the Confederate flag at Glenelg High School.  The rally is hosted by the African American Community Roundtable and will begin...

    Banners touting Howard's accolades installed along county roads

    Banners touting Howard's accolades installed along county roads
    More than 200 banners highlighting various accolades often cited by Howard County elected officials will be installed along county roads as part of a tourism campaign dubbed "Lot to Love About Howard County." The first of 242 banners was installed...

    New collaboration takes art 'Off the Wall' and into Howard parks, community centers

    New collaboration takes art 'Off the Wall' and into Howard parks, community centers
    Visitors to the Columbia lakefront now can take in some fine art in between shopping at Whole Foods or sipping a cafe au lait at Petit Louis Bistro.  This week, county officials unveiled a new partnership with the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore that...