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Patapsco

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  • Three Baltimore County sewage pumping stations overflow because of storm

    Three Baltimore County sewage pumping stations overflow because of storm
    Sanitary overflows at sewage pumping stations in Catonsville, Essex and Eudowood were reported because of Wednesday's storm, according to the Baltimore County Department of Public Works. Sites listed by the county include: Long Quarter Station on...
  • Alexander M. "Marty" Todd Jr., farmer

    Alexander M. "Marty" Todd Jr., farmer
    Alexander M. "Marty" Todd Jr., a retired Eastern Shore vegetable farmer who was an 11th-generation member of the family that settled a farm that is now Todd's Inheritance Historic Site in North Point, died Sunday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist...
  • Scout Troop 793 flies high with 10 Eagles [Glenwood]

    The Eagle Scout rank, the highest advancement possible in the Boy Scouts of America, is earned by only about 5 percent of the boys who join Scouts. Boy Scout Troop 793, which meets at Glenelg United Methodist Church, has had 10 members move into the...
  • Organization creates plan to preserve Patapsco River Valley

    Organization creates plan to preserve Patapsco River Valley
    If all goes according to plan, the Patapsco River Valley will soon become the 13th certified heritage area in Maryland. "We're very excited about this plan," said John Slater, president of Patapsco Heritage Greenway. "If we take care of what we have...
  • Planning a great birthday party

    Planning a great birthday party
    Monica Snodgrass was a brave woman to invite more than two dozen 7-year-olds into her home for her son’s birthday party. But with spot-on entertainment planned, it wasn’t the headache one might envision.  The Clarksville mother of three had...
  • New Wilde Lake Middle in Ulman budget

    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman released his capital budget for fiscal year 2015 on April 1, a $259.9 million spending program that he says prioritizes funding for schools, parks, water-quality improvements and expansion of a new intracounty broadband...
  • Ulman releases $259.9 million FY15 capital budget proposal

    Ulman releases $259.9 million FY15 capital budget proposal
    Howard County Executive Ken Ulman released his capital budget for fiscal year 2015 April 1, a $259.9 million spending program that prioritizes funding for schools, parks, water-quality improvements and expansion of a new intercounty broadband network....
  • Patapsco Valley plan draws concerns [Letter]

    The plan described in the article headlined, "Organization creates plan to preserve Patapsco River Valley" (March 26), is for Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Inc. to become the "managing entity" of a new heritage area, eligible to receive $100,000 a year in...
  • 10 chickens stolen from Elkridge home in 1890 [History Matters]

    April 1965 Runaway VW bus "Martha W. Comstock, 16, of Smithsburg and Petra R. Hewett, 17, of Hagerstown were slightly injured Saturday when the Volkswagen Bus in which they were riding ran off the shoulder of Route 40 near the Fair Grounds. As the...
  • As session wraps, most Howard bills on track to pass

    As session wraps, most Howard bills on track to pass
    As Maryland legislators begin the final day of voting before the 2014 session comes to a close at midnight tonight, most Howard County-specific bills are on track to passing or have already passed.  According to Howard County delegation chair Del. Guy...
  • Colors and aromas of spring at Daffodil Day [Mostly Main Street]

    At long last it seems safe to revel in daffodils, tulips and crocuses. The day after our last surprise snow fall at the end of March, I was delighted to see crocuses blooming where just the day before there was a pile of snow. If, like me, you are...
  • Urban perspectives front and center at Rouse gallery

    Two very different perspectives on urban life are on view in the exhibit "The City: Paintings by Robert Tennenbaum and Linda Press" at Howard Community College's Rouse Company Foundation Gallery. Tennenbaum's aerial views of various cities are from so...