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  • Moving forward in Howard [Commentary]

    Moving forward in Howard [Commentary]
    January 25, nine shotgun blasts rang through crowded passageways inside The Mall in Columbia. In seconds, three lives were claimed, and Howard County joined Newtown, Conn.; Aurora, Colo. and too many others on a grim list of places where a sense of...
  • AirPatrol glides into new space in Maple Lawn

    AirPatrol glides into new space in Maple Lawn
    It was about nine months ago, during Howard County's Business Appreciation Week, that County Executive Ken Ulman learned Columbia-based AirPatrol Corporation was thinking about relocating. Ulman's reaction was immediate, said Guy Levy-Yurista, chief...
  • Five to be inducted into Howard Women's Hall of Fame

    Five local women will be inducted into the Howard County Women's Hall of Fame March 6 in recognition of their contributions to the community. The five honorees are Bessie Bordenave, a civil rights advocate with the NAACP for more than 25 years, Ossie...
  • Few competitors in 2014 for Laurel's incumbent county and state politicians

    Few competitors in 2014 for Laurel's incumbent county and state politicians
    Laurel's state- and county-level elected officials — with few challengers and, in some cases, no challengers — won't face many obstacles on the path to re-election this year. Now that the Feb. 25 candidate filing deadline has passed, 2014's...
  • 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...
  • Democrats agree on 3 gubernatorial debates

    Democrats agree on 3 gubernatorial debates
    Democrats running for governor said Monday they have agreed on a schedule of three televised debates, essentially accepting a plan proposed by front-runner Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown. Brown, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and Del. Heather R. Mizeur...
  • Eat chili for a good cause at annual cook-off [Ellicott City]

    Help the homeless in Howard County by eating chili at the fourth annual Hotter Than Thou chili cook-off Sunday, March 9, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., at the Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City.  Sponsored by the Bridges to Housing Stability...
  • Howard earns AAA rating for 17th year

    For the seventeenth year in a row, Howard County has earned a AAA bond rating from all of the "big three" ratings agencies. Howard was one of only 40 counties out of 3,000 in the nation to receive the highest possible rating from Fitch Ratings, Moody's...
  • Howard council approves county purchase of Long Reach center

    Howard council approves county purchase of Long Reach center
    The Howard County Council approved legislation Wednesday to declare the Long Reach Village Center a blight zone, which will allow the county to purchase and redevelop portions of the property. The passage of the law, which declares the area "an urban...
  • County helps celebrate milestone for 100-year-old Elkridge resident

    County helps celebrate milestone for 100-year-old Elkridge resident
    Lena Miller was all smiles as family and friends gathered to wish her a happy birthday Wednesday at Timbuktu Restaurant. The 100-year-old Elkridge resident smiled when she received balloons and when she talked about enjoying her favorite breakfast that...
  • Garage project touted as stimulus for Annapolis Junction development

    Garage project touted as stimulus for Annapolis Junction development
    Construction is expected to begin this spring on a commuter parking garage for Howard County's first transit oriented development, a project planned to eventually include apartments, stores, offices and a hotel. County Executive Ken Ulman has approved a...