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Ken Ulman

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  • For 36 years, Koza and Dower have taught thousands at Phelps Luck

    For 36 years, Koza and Dower have taught thousands at Phelps Luck
    Ken Ulman, county executive and lieutenant gubernatorial candidate, is looking to the present and the future a lot these days. But as a new school year approaches, the Columbia-born and raised Ulman was more than happy to talk about the two teachers who...
  • Ulman announces Howard County program to commercialize inventions

    Ulman announces Howard County program to commercialize inventions
    If RoboSally, a bomb-defusing robot with humanlike hands, is any indication, the future may be coming a little faster to Howard County. County Executive Ken Ulman announced Thursday a new partnership between the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics...
  • Outgoing Fort Meade commander reflects, looks ahead

    Outgoing Fort Meade commander reflects, looks ahead
    Fort Meade, home to the National Security Agency, the Defense Information Systems Agency, U.S. Cyber Command and other key organizations, was a net winner in the 2005 round of base realignment. With 52,000 service members, civilians and contractors, the...
  • Cramm remembered as Howard County's 'unofficial historian'

    Cramm remembered as Howard County's 'unofficial historian'
    Though she knew more than most people about Howard County's history, Joetta Cramm always considered herself to be an amateur historian. "I really look at local history as my hobby," Cramm said in a Baltimore Sun feature about her work in 1996. "I...
  • Columbia business owner sees himself as model of perseverance

    Columbia business owner sees himself as model of perseverance
    Ten years after starting his business, C.R. Dynamics and Associates, Charles Ramos began to wonder if it was ever going to work. He was confident in his business plan and strategy, but it was taking a lot longer than he hoped to get his marketing and...
  • Mizeur chooses Prince George's pastor as running mate

    Del. Heather R. Mizeur announced Wednesday that she has selected the Rev. Delman Coates — a Baptist pastor who played an important role in Maryland's debate over same-sex marriage — as her running mate in the Democratic race for governor....
  • Howard police 5K sets new pace for funds raised

    Howard police 5K sets new pace for funds raised
    The Howard County Police Foundation Police Pace 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run raised approximately $50,000, a new record for the 22-year-old event. According to co-chairs Kyri Jacobs and Cpl. Perry Thorsvik, the Sept. 8 event at Centennial Park in Ellicott...
  • Howard County executive race is a hotly anticipated contest

    Howard County executive race is a hotly anticipated contest
    The race for the next Howard County executive is practically upon us. Republican state Sen. Allan Kittleman announced his bid in June; County Council Democrat Courtney Watson has scheduled a "special announcement" for Sept. 21 in Columbia, where she is...
  • Workshops invite public to comment on downtown improvements

    Do you have an idea or an opinion on how to improve downtown Ellicott City? The county is soliciting public opinion on the $3 million allocation that Howard County Executive Ken Ulman included in the county's budget to beautify and improve the...
  • Former County Council member Merdon to become Howard tech chief

    Former County Council member Merdon to become Howard tech chief
    Former County Council member and 2006 county executive candidate Chris Merdon is returning to local government as head of Howard’s Department of Technology and Communication Services, County Executive Ken Ulman announced Thursday. Merdon, who...
  • Women's Giving Circle honors two Howard County leaders

    When a friend first invited her to join the Women's Giving Circle, Maura Dunnigan hesitated. A Howard County teacher on maternity leave at the time, she just didn't picture herself when she heard the term "philanthropist." "I thought, 'I'm not a...
  • Hogan says don't count him out of GOP race

    The three-man race for the Republican nomination for governor in 2014 could yet gain another entrant. Larry Hogan, chairman of the conservative advocacy group Change Maryland, said Friday that he's is still considering making a run. He said any decision...