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  • Man killed in Carroll County car crash

    Man killed in Carroll County car crash
    A Delaware man was killed in a single-vehicle crash in Carroll County on Friday night, the county sheriff's office said. The driver of a pickup truck lost control and crashed into a tree in the 4800 block of Woodbine Road in the Sykesville area around...
  • William P. 'Bill' Hidey, farmer

    William P. 'Bill' Hidey, farmer
    William P. "Bill" Hidey, a farmer who sold his vegetables and household goods from a converted school bus, died Tuesday of heart failure at Lorien Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Columbia. He was 91. The son of Page Hamilton Hidey, a builder, and...
  • Bad Seed Rising not the average 'kid group'

    Bad Seed Rising not the average 'kid group'
    Huddled around a conference table on a recent Friday afternoon, four best friends joked around as teenagers do. Mason Gainer, 13, took an up-close photo of 12-year-old Aiden Marceron, and wondered aloud if he should post it to Instagram. Louey Peraza,...
  • Entertainment at the Grange Hall wows the public in 1890 [History Matters]

    April 1965 Splendor in Howard County "The Spring Flower Show Many Splendored Thing: " 'A Many Splendored Thing' has been chosen the theme of the 1965 Howard County Spring flower show. Presented by the eight garden clubs of the county, the show...
  • Wrong to stigmatize mental illness [Letter]

    Wrong to stigmatize mental illness [Letter]
    I read the commentary by Richard E. Vatz ("Stigma can be a good thing," April 8) in which he claimed that some mentally ill deserve a stigma. I wish I can say that I enjoyed his views, but I am very disappointed that someone employed as a professor at...
  • Mustang Flea Market can use your donations [Marriottsville/Sykesville /Woodstock]

    Get a jump on spring by cleaning out your home, attic and garage now. The Marriotts Ridge Music Foundation needs gently used toys, books, housewares, clothing, and more for its annual Mustang Flea Market and will gratefully accept your donations, which...
  • Alicia I. Floyd, homemaker

    Alicia I. Floyd, homemaker
    Alicia I. Floyd, a homemaker and volunteer, died Dec. 13 of Alzheimer's disease at her home in the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. She was 75. The daughter of George Dudley Iverson IV and Gertrude Rausch Iverson, the former Alicia Lee...
  • Five city projects receive historic tax credits

    Five city projects receive historic tax credits
    A century-old Station North movie theater, an East Baltimore church, a former cotton mill and two downtown office towers are among the renovation projects selected for financing next year under Maryland's historic preservation tax credit program. At a...
  • Toasting Maryland's bubblies

    Toasting Maryland's bubblies
    Though New Year's Eve is less than a week away, even last-minute party planners have time to add a Maryland sparkling wine to their celebrations. With seven of the state's 56 wineries producing America's version of champagne, the local wine industry has...
  • Book of Maryland photography includes Cary Crocker [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    In January 2013, I wrote about Ellicott City photographer Cary Crocker, who focuses his lens on the small, sometimes overlooked bits of nature — for instance, the intricate features of insects and flowers. He has found some of his inspiration in...
  • In Sykesville, neighbors question proposed composting facility

    In Sykesville, neighbors question proposed composting facility
    Neighbors filled three-quarters of the pews at Friendship Baptist Church in Sykesville last week to grill a local contracting company about its proposal to use farmland in the area as a mulching and wood composting facility. The proposal, from Howard...
  • Westminster fire displaces family of three

    A house fire in Westminster Monday afternoon caused about $60,000 in damages and has displaced a family of three, according to a notice of investigation from the Maryland State Fire Marshal. The fire started in the basement of a two-story home in the...