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  • Atholton boys golf defeats Mt. Hebron on opening day of Howard fall season

    Atholton boys golf defeats Mt. Hebron on opening day of Howard fall season
    On an overcast day at Hobbit’s Glen, Atholton’s boys kicked off their season on the right foot Thursday afternoon, signaling the start of the 2014 Howard County fall sports season.
  • What Howard County has to offer active seniors

    What Howard County has to offer active seniors
    Howard County’s senior population is not only growing — it’s growing fast. According to Dayna Brown, administrator of the Howard County Office on Aging, adults ages 65 and older are the fastest-growing segment of Howard County’...

    Marriotts Ridge golf chasing place in history

    Marriotts Ridge golf chasing place in history
    The first time was the breakthrough. The second time was validation. Now, this fall, as the Marriotts Ridge golf team attempts to win its third consecutive state championship, it's about grabbing a piece of history. Should the Mustangs, who won last...

    Bassler set to defend golf club championship after experience at U.S. Amateur

    Bassler set to defend golf club championship after experience at U.S. Amateur
    The Rolling Road Golf Club held its qualifying rounds last weekend to determine the field of 16 golfers who will compete in the 93rd annual club championship that begins on Aug. 23. Top-seeded Matt Bassler was not one of those who had to qualify...

    Gunpowder Golf Course appeals to seniors and twilight golfers

    Gunpowder Golf Course appeals to seniors and twilight golfers
    Of the many appealing aspects of the Gunpowder Golf Course, none surpasses the modest green fees for those inclined to play later in the day. Here's how it works. For a measly $5 the course is yours from 90 minutes before sunset until you finish...