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The mourners followed the coffin of 15-year-old Grace McComas out of the church and into the morning sunlight of a beautiful Easter season. Christine McComas carried her child's stuffed toy in the crook of her arm. Grief made her look almost wistful. As...
More than a year after a Howard County teen committed suicide following months of online harassment, county officials unveiled a program Wednesday meant to discourage bullying via computer and in person. "We know we need bold steps to really, truly...
Construction will begin at two locations along Route 40 in Ellicott City this week to improve the aesthetics and stormwater management on the heavily trafficked corridor. Starting on or about Wednesday, May 1, Route 40 at Wheaton Way and Chatham Road...
Tags: Ellicott City
Among the likely Democratic candidates for Maryland governor in 2014 — Howard County executive Ken Ulman, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Attorney General Doug Gansler — Ulman comes closest to being the "Baltimore-area candidate." But a genuine...
For those who need to use it, the Howard County Child Advocacy Center is "the best of a bad situation," said Howard County Police Lt. Tom Ehart. From a statewide perspective, Cathy Meyers, president of the Maryland Children's Alliance, said she tells...
Howard County Board of Education member Janet Siddiqui is considering running in 2014 for the seat in the State Senate, she said Thursday. The District 13 seat, which represents parts of Columbia, Clarksville, Elkridge and Savage, is currently held by...
Tags: Clarksville, Odenton, General Practitioners
They came, they read, they conquered. Nearly 900 fifth-grade students in 176 teams from across Howard County participated in the sixth annual Battle of the Books Friday, April 19, filling the gyms of four high schools with screaming fans and a noise...
Tags: Clarksville, Students, Teaching and Learning
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman has proposed $5 million in one-time funding for the arts and cultural programs and facilities in Downtown Columbia while throwing his support behind the Columbia Association’s Inner Arbor Plan for Symphony Woods....
Tags: Cultural Development, Culture
The Elkridge-based GP Strategies Corp. is relocating its global headquarters to the former Ryland Group building in downtown Columbia beginning in August, the company and building owner Howard Hughes Corp. announced Monday. GP Strategies, which provides...
When Howard County's transportation chief looks at a flow chart of mass transit service in the suburbs south of Baltimore, he sees a tangle of "spaghetti mesh" that ill serves the region's workers, senior citizens and handicapped. John Powell Jr. hopes...
Howard Hord considers himself a chef of sorts, but the food he works with is a little past its prime. Using moldy melon rinds, orange peels and other castoff fruit and vegetables from some Howard County kitchens, Hord is "cooking" the first batches of...
Folly Quarter Middle School in Ellicott City has been in existence only 10 years, but has already gathered a collection of awards and honors that includes a Healthy Howard Gold Award and being designated a "green" school for environmental awareness....
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