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  • Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of The Waterford Group, dies

    Neil Francis Lemon, co-founder of The Waterford Group, dies
    Neil Francis Lemon, a co-founder and executive vice president of The Waterford Group that developed and managed affordable housing for senior citizens, died July 23 of cancer at his Riderwood home. He died a day before his 75th birthday, family members...
  • Russett: Volunteers can help with role playing in Naval exercises

    Happy spring! For many of us, spring can't come soon enough. With that in mind, Sunday, March 11 marks the beginning of daylight-saving time, so don't forget to set the clock forward one hour. Many exciting volunteer opportunities abound in Anne...
  • Neighborhood schools get new parking lot, traffic light on Centennial Lane

    If you have traveled on Centennial Lane recently, you are well aware that something big is happening at Centennial High and Burleigh Manor Middle schools. For the past three months, construction crews have been working to build a high school dance...
  • Five reasons to play outside in Howard County this fall

    Five reasons to play outside in Howard County this fall
    Stop. Unplug. Go outside. A welcome escape from our increasingly digital world is just that easy. Reconnecting with nature could mean sinking your fingers into the soil, going “off the grid” deep in the forest or galaxy-gazing. All this...
  • West Nile case prompts spraying in Arundel, Baltimore counties

    A case of West Nile fever in the Pasadena area of Anne Arundel County has prompted the Maryland Department of Agriculture to begin spraying in the neighborhood beginning next week. The work, done in cooperation with the county and cooperating...
  • Farm-City celebration kicks off with Farm Walk at Clark's Elioak Farm

    The annual Howard County Farm-City Celebration gets underway Saturday, Sept. 17 from 80 to 9:30 a.m. with a free farm walk along the hayride path at Clark's Elioak Farm that is open to individuals and families. From Sept. 17 to Oct. 2, the Farm-City...
  • Bridge repair work on Route 100 to cause delays

    Highway crews replacing a damaged beam on a bridge over Route 100 in Pasadena will stop eastbound traffic for 15-minute intervals overnight, beginning Monday at 11 p.m. Motorists on Waterford Road also will experience temporary shutdowns in both...
  • One robbery thwarted, armed men flee another in Anne Arundel Co.

    Two clerks at a Glen Burnie convenience store thwarted a robbery early Monday by locking the suspects out of store. But armed men held up another store in Brooklyn Park Saturday. Four men, apparently frustrated with the lock-out, began brawling in the...
  • Arundel to build rubber track at Waterford Park for special-needs athletes

    As director of Anne Arundel County's Special Olympics delegation for the past 12 years, Gregg Meade competes with a host of school teams and athletic groups jockeying for the same practice space. Soon, county athletes with special needs will have a...
  • Arundel panel votes to send some Central pupils elsewhere

    An Anne Arundel County Schools committee voted Tuesday night to move pupils from several communities in Riva to Mayo and Davidsonville elementary schools to ease crowding at Edgewater's Central Elementary School. Under the proposed plan, Central students...
  • Hayrides, pumpkins and more; county has a scary amount of activities

    Hayrides, pumpkins and more; county has a scary amount of activities
    The cool weather and the crunch of autumn leaves seems to bring people outside for harvest and Halloween activities. Howard County's many farms and nature centers celebrate this cozy and colorful time of year with hayrides, pumpkin-picking, hay-bale and...
  • Pumpkin season is busy season for Howard County farms

    Pumpkin season is busy season for Howard County farms
    It was the first time Kai D'Angelo had ever picked a pumpkin, and the 4-year-old knew just what he was looking for. As he ran to hop onto a cow train ride at Clark's Elioak Farm in Ellicott City this week, he said his pumpkin would be a small one, and...