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  • County executive candidates to revisit public facilities requirements

    County executive candidates to revisit public facilities requirements
    The alleged inadequacy of the Adequate Public Facilities Act is a frequent complaint of community activists opposed to development plans throughout the county. Now, it seems that both candidates for Howard County executive agree. At separate events this...
  • Tatyana McFadden wins silver in women's 1-kilometer sit sprint

    Tatyana McFadden wins silver in women's 1-kilometer sit sprint
    Tatyana McFadden, a Clarksville native, won her first medal today in the Winter Paralympics in Sochi, Russia, earning a silver in the women’s 1-kilometer sit sprint. McFadden, who has been a Paralympic skier for about a year after a successful...
  • Destination: River Hill High for big yard sale

    There's plenty going on at River Hill High School. Here's a rundown. You may still be able to reserve space at the annual River Hill High Student Government Association yard sale March 22. Go to http://www.riverhillsga.org to register. Have you...
  • Megan Rabe crowned Howard spelling bee champion

    Megan Rabe crowned Howard spelling bee champion
    Howard County has a new spelling bee champion. Megan Rabe, 13, an eighth-grader at Clarksville Middle School, was the last speller standing after nearly 300 words and four hours of competition at the 10th annual Howard County Library System Spelling...
  • Thousands plunge for Special Olympics at rescheduled Polar Bear event

    Thousands plunge for Special Olympics at rescheduled Polar Bear event
    The first time seemed alarming for Emma Conger, who emerged from the 30-ish-degree water of the Chesapeake Bay with her face flushed, eyes wide, mouth agape, hair soaked, as if she'd been ambushed with a barrel of ice. "Oh my gosh, yeah, I couldn't...
  • Referendum activist runs for Howard County Council

    Referendum activist runs for Howard County Council
    As an attorney for several different airlines over the course of his career, Alan Schneider says he's always thought about what measures can be taken to prevent damage and legal issues. "Litigation is really not as effective as it could be or should be"...
  • Howard County datebook Datebook

    Sunday, March 9 Classical music The Sundays at Three Chamber Music Series presents the Chagall Trio, violinist Ronald Mutchnik, cellist Set Low and pianist Andrea Sokol-Albert, at 3 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church, 6800 Oakland Mills Road in Columbia....
  • Last country breakfast of season at firehouse [Clarksville]

    It has been said that April showers bring May flowers. Let's hope those are not snow showers. Most people have seen enough white stuff to last for a while. The 5th District Volunteer Fire Department appreciated the great turnout during a break in...
  • Volunteers recognized with annual ACS awards

    Volunteers recognized with annual ACS awards
    After retiring from his government job in 2008, Steve Sternheimer began what he calls "a second career," volunteering. Each week, the Columbia resident drives seniors everywhere from doctor's offices and the grocery store to church and even the hair...
  • Reservoir High launches a new honor society for science [Fulton/Highland]

    Reservoir High School has a new honor society — the Science National Honor Society. The inaugural class was inducted in the newly formed honor society based on academic successes in science classes, interest to promote science education, and...
  • Exhibit Datebook

    Sunday, March 23 Home show The Howard County Home Show will be held 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ten Oaks Ballroom, 5000 Signal Bell Lane, Clarksville. $5 for adults; $3 for retired and active military; children under 10 free. Appraiser Todd Peenstra will...
  • Ukraine crisis worries Clarksville Peace Corps veteran

    Ukraine crisis worries Clarksville Peace Corps veteran
    When Peggy Walton returned to Ukraine six months ago, 20 years after a two-year stint as a Peace Corps volunteer, she only wanted to quell her own restlessness and satisfy her curiosity about how the country had changed.  Little did the retired Howard...