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  • A well-pronounced link between Catonsville and Howard County [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago Wanted: Links to the past In an article about a committee soliciting historical information and material, readers are reminded of the link between Catonsville and the Howard County area. Catonsville came to life because of Charles...
  • For caregivers, Howard provides information, resources and hope

    For caregivers, Howard provides information, resources and hope
    Deborah Adler, mother of two teenagers, daughter of a highly successful businessman, with a successful career of her own in geriatrics, never expected to be caring for her ailing, 80-year-old father. But when her mother died and her father was diagnosed...
  • Outdoor classroom

    The phrase of the day was "invasive plants," defined as species that take over an area outside their natural environments at the expense of native plants. Students from three Howard County middle schools have already learned enough about invasive...
  • More parents turn out to speak on Howard redistricting

    More than three dozen Howard County parents and students turned out to speak their minds on the proposal to move more than 1,100 students to new middle schools next year. Monday night was the second and final public hearing on the matter, and though...
  • Howard citizens petition for referendum of comprehensive zoning bill

    Howard citizens petition for referendum of comprehensive zoning bill
    The petitioners come from Ellicott City, Clarksville, Highland, Fulton and everywhere in between. They're Democrats and Republicans, farmers and suburban homeowners. But they're united by the feeling that a comprehensive zoning bill recently passed by the...
  • Mt. Hebron volleyball defeats Centennial in five sets to advance to regional finals

    Mt. Hebron volleyball defeats Centennial in five sets to advance to regional finals
    Almost every one of the more than 200 points played between the Centennial and Mt. Hebron volleyball teams Wednesday night at Mt. Hebron was a back-and-forth battle. But the 211th point, won by Mt. Hebron for match point, was a little more decisive than...
  • Brown proposes tax break for veterans

    Brown proposes tax break for veterans
    Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown marked Veterans Day on Monday by releasing a five-part plan for former members of the armed forces, including a tax break and help with employment and housing. Brown, the lieutenant governor...
  • Howard's Applications and Research Lab is not your parents' vo-tech

    Howard's Applications and Research Lab is not your parents' vo-tech
    When Maya Wise told her parents she wanted to spend her senior year taking graphic design classes at Howard County's Applications and Research Laboratory, her father didn't know what she was talking about. He had never heard of the ARL. Or, so he...
  • Teaching couple shares an education in fine wine

    Teaching couple shares an education in fine wine
    Terry Sullivan sometimes finds himself absentmindedly swirling a glass of juice or water as if it were a glass of fine wine when dining with friends or family members. "That's when you know you can't turn it off," he said, referring to his passion for...
  • Howard County, veterans' group partner to expand fishing access

    In honor of Veterans Day, Howard County is expanding options for wounded veterans who seek healing in nature.  County Executive Ken Ulman announced Monday that the county is partnering with a therapeutic services group for veterans to improve...
  • Mark Miller on mission to fight Idaho wildfires [West Friendship]

    During times of tragedy and natural disaster, as observed in the recent typhoon which hit the Philippines, we are reminded of the natural impulse to reach out to help. It was this same quality which led West Friendship Volunteer Fire Department...
  • At Bushy Park Elementary School, a Dash for fun [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    One day soon at Bushy Park Elementary School the students will laugh and cheer as Principal Edward Cosentino and physical education teacher Tyson Echentile dress like cowboys and ride horses around the school. Both challenged the students to participate...