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  • 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...
  • Howard leaders respond to mall shooting

    Howard leaders respond to mall shooting
    As news of a deadly shooting at the Mall in Columbia broke Saturday, Howard County was thrust into the national spotlight. On Monday, as politicians, the media and community members gathered for the mall's reopening, local leaders shared their reactions...
  • Columbia mall shooting shatters a community [Editorial]

    Columbia mall shooting shatters a community [Editorial]
    We tell ourselves that this kind of thing isn't supposed to happen here. Not in a community built on the bedrock of peace and social harmony. But on Saturday morning, when shots rang out in The Mall in Columbia that left three dead, our sense of...
  • Howard police prove their mettle [Letter]

    Howard police prove their mettle [Letter]
    The Howard County Police Department provided and excellent response, investigation and timely communication of the tragic shooting at the Columbia Mall this past weekend, and their professional actions should be a lesson to every county in our state ("...
  • Howard County earns high marks in a crisis [Letter]

    Howard County earns high marks in a crisis [Letter]
    My heart goes out to the victims, their families and all in our great community who have been touched by the recent tragedy at the Mall in Columbia ("A tragedy of undetermined cause," Jan. 28). Events such as these bring into sharp focus both the...
  • Zoning change would help Coastal Sunbelt stay in Howard County

    Zoning change would help Coastal Sunbelt stay in Howard County
    Howard County officials announced their support Wednesday for a County Council bill tailored to help one of Howard's largest employers, Coastal Sunbelt Produce, remain in the county. Coastal Sunbelt, a Savage-based food service distributor for the Mid-...
  • Second Chance Saloon lease extended through March

    Second Chance Saloon lease extended through March
    Second Chance Saloon, a popular restaurant in the Oakland Mills community, will remain in the village center until at least March, said Wendy Binder, co-owner of Second Chance. It was announced in December that the restaurant, which has been located...
  • Mizeur pushes Brown for more debates

    Mizeur pushes Brown for more debates
    Democratic gubernatorial Heather R. Mizeur is pushing her rivals in the June 24 primary to hold more debates than the three proposed by Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown last week. Mizeur's campaign released on Thursday a letter to Brown, with a copy to...
  • Tears for mall victims but none for city's? [Letter]

    Tears for mall victims but none for city's? [Letter]
    How touching that Gov. Martin O'Malley, Rep. Elijah Cummings and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman found time to show support for the mall shooting victims on Monday ("Community begins to rebuild as Columbia mall reopens," Jan. 27). But why were these...
  • Judge dismisses lawsuit over campaign fundraising during session

    Judge dismisses lawsuit over campaign fundraising during session
    An Anne Arundel County judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by supporters of gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler who wanted to prevent his Democratic rivals from raising money during the General Assembly session. Judge William C. Mulford...
  • Ulman announces plans for staircase connecting downtown Ellicott City and courthouse

    Ulman announces plans for staircase connecting downtown Ellicott City and courthouse
    Downtown Ellicott City will soon see more pedestrian, parking and stormwater improvements as the county kicks off a series of new public works projects next month, County Executive Ken Ulman announced Wednesday.  The county plans to connect Ellicott...
  • On eve of Sandy anniversary, Ulman breaks ground on sewage plant backup generators

    On eve of Sandy anniversary, Ulman breaks ground on sewage plant backup generators
    Last October, power outages due to Hurricane Sandy caused a shutdown at the Little Patuxent sewage plant, releasing 19.5 million gallons of untreated effluent into the Little Patuxent River. Howard County Executive Ken Ulman decided to put plans in...