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  • Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber to offer networking event

    The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber is offering its annual Regional Business Showcase and Tasting on Wednesday, April 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Suddath Relocation Systems, 1710 Crossroads Drive, Odenton. Vendor Happy Hour is from 4 to 5 p.m. The...
  • Study says Howard's health and wellness policy needs work

    Study says Howard's health and wellness policy needs work
    The revisions to the health and wellness policy for Howard County schools are good, but they could be better if the system wants to be word-class in all aspects, according to a study released last month by a local nonprofit dedicated to health in Howard...
  • UMBC has turned goalie duties to sophomore Wes DiRito

    UMBC has turned goalie duties to sophomore Wes DiRito
    UMBC has split its last two contests, and the starting goalkeeper for both games has been sophomore Wes DiRito. DiRito was on the losing end of a 13-7 setback to Johns Hopkins on March 8, but the Odenton native who graduated from DeMatha earned his...
  • Marylanders make financial moves to protect against 'fiscal cliff'

    Some citizens aren't waiting to find out if the White House and Republicans in Congress will be able to reach a last-minute deal to pull the country away from the "fiscal cliff." They are selling securities while capital gains tax rates are still low...
  • Annapolis woman dies after crash in Odenton

    Anne Arundel County police are looking for a driver who ran away from a crash that killed another motorist Sunday evening in Odenton. Killed in the crash was Tori Danielle Stitely, 27, of the first block of Cornhill Street in Annapolis, who was driving a...
  • 2-alarm fire in Odenton forces 24 apartments to be evacuated

    2-alarm fire in Odenton forces 24 apartments to be evacuated
    A large, two-alarm fire burned through an apartment complex and forced residents of 24 units to be evacuated in Odenton on Sunday evening, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. Firefighters were called to the apartment building in the...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

    WEATHER: Partly sunny, high near 69. Thursday night is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms, with a low near 56. TRAFFIC: I-83 southbound lanes have been reopened after a a crash near Old York Rd. involving three tractor trailers.  Check our...
  • Boy Scout files reveal 90 cases of alleged sexual abuse in Maryland

    Boy Scout files reveal 90 cases of alleged sexual abuse in Maryland
    The veil was lifted Thursday on decades of confidential sexual-abuse allegations in the ranks of the Boy Scouts of America with the court-ordered release of more than 1,200 of the organization's "perversion files." The files offer the public an...
  • With focus on children's health, achievement gap, Siddiqui runs for reelection

    With focus on children's health, achievement gap, Siddiqui runs for reelection
    Latest in a series of school board candidate profiles. The next four years are going to be critical for Howard County schools, said Board of Education incumbent Janet Siddiqui. A new superintendent is at the helm, the federal Common Core Standards...
  • Howard County residents earn academic honors

    Clarksville student Janie Tankard received a bachelor's degree from Harvard College during the school's 361st commencement. Samuel Lee, of Ellicott City, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University, Atlanta, Ga. Berklee College of Music,...
  • Sandy prompts many closures, but some are open for business

    Sandy prompts many closures, but some are open for business
    As much of the Baltimore region shut down, some businesses made sure they could stay open — come hurricane and high water. The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel brought in sandbags, ordered $30,000 in extra food and arranged for employees...
  • Early voting resumes at record pace

    Early voting resumes at record pace
    The opportunity to vote in a highly charged presidential election and on several closely contested ballot questions drew Marylanders back to the polls Wednesday, keeping the state's early voting turnout on a record pace. After a two-day break for...