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  • Howard executive campaigns collect bulk of donations from businesses, PACs

    Howard executive campaigns collect bulk of donations from businesses, PACs
    Political observers got a first glimpse of the 2014 electoral landscape Jan. 15 as candidates from state and local races filed their first campaign finance reports of 2014. It's bound to be a transitional year for Howard County politics — newly...
  • Vision needed to give new life to village centers [Letter]

    Vision needed to give new life to village centers [Letter]
    Fifty years ago when James Rouse and others where laying the foundation for Columbia, the "new city," self-contained community shopping areas were a very good idea — no disrespect to Ellicott City and historic Main Street intended. In the mid-60's...
  • Howard Co. takes first step in Long Reach redevelopment

    Howard Co. takes first step in Long Reach redevelopment
    Howard County government took the first step last week toward purchasing and redeveloping the Long Reach Village Center by introducing legislation designating the area as an urban renewal zone. The county announced its plans to buy a portion of the...
  • Howard business leaders split on proposed minimum wage increase

    Howard business leaders split on proposed minimum wage increase
    Brian England and Pete Mangione both own businesses that have been Howard County institutions for three decades. They both say they care deeply about employees. But when it comes to whether or not state legislators should raise the minimum wage, they...
  • Sanctions sought against Brown, Ulman

    Sanctions sought against Brown, Ulman
    Supporters of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler are asking a court to impose sanctions against Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and his running mate for failing to disclose earlier that they did not intend to raise money...
  • No answers in Columbia mall shooting motive

    No answers in Columbia mall shooting motive
    Howard County police on Sunday identified 19-year-old Darion Marcus Aguilar of College Park as the man who entered a store at The Mall in Columbia and fatally shot two employees before apparently killing himself. Officials said Aguilar was reported...
  • For Orioles reporter, shooting at The Mall in Columbia hits close to home

    For Orioles reporter, shooting at The Mall in Columbia hits close to home
    As I stood in The Mall in Columbia parking lot throughout the day and night Saturday, I received a few questions on Twitter about why I, a sports reporter who covers the Orioles for The Baltimore Sun, was there reporting on the shooting. So, before...
  • Ken Ulman 1-on-1 after Columbia mall shooting

    Ken Ulman 1-on-1 after Columbia mall shooting
    Baltimore Sun reporter Eduardo A. Encina talked 1-on-1 with Howard County Executive Ken Ulman on Saturday night as police continued their investigation of the shooting at The Mall in Columbia in which three were killed.   Looking back at the day:...
  • Lawyer in election lawsuit is veteran of political game

    Lawyer in election lawsuit is veteran of political game
    The lawyer who filed suit last week to prevent Democrat Anthony G. Brown's running mate from accepting campaign donations during the legislative session is no stranger to the world of political fundraising. Daniel M. Clements, an attorney with a...
  • Brown heads to NY to be with ailing father

    Brown heads to NY to be with ailing father
    Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown canceled plans to testify in favor of the O’Malley administration’s domestic violence bills Tuesday in order to be with his ailing father in New York. The lieutenant governor’s office said Dr. Roy Brown, 89,...
  • Community begins to rebuild as Columbia mall reopens

    Community begins to rebuild as Columbia mall reopens
    When the doors opened to The Mall in Columbia Monday for the first time since a gunman killed two store employees before killing himself, 20-year-old Kristen Lowman was one of the first people through the door. Approximately 50 hours earlier, Lowman...
  • Columbia looks to recover day after mall shooting

    Columbia looks to recover day after mall shooting
    Less than 24 hours after a shooting in The Mall in Columbia left three dead, downtown Columbia still seemed to be in a state of shock. Little Patuxent Parkway, a bustling thoroughfare leading to the mall, carried little traffic. The only contrast...