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  • Dr. Leeser will hit rappelling rope for a cause [Clarksville]

    One of the great things about living in Clarksville is all the amazing and wonderful residents of all ages we meet from time to time. Meet David Leeser, MD, chief of kidney and pancreas, University of Maryland. Dr. Leeser has performed more than 600...
  • For Preakness Day, Monkton man rounds up the big horses

    For Preakness Day, Monkton man rounds up the big horses
    On the wall next to Coley Blind's desk in the back corner of the Pimlico racing office is a small framed black-and-white photograph of the legendary race horse Citation, the day of his walkover in the 1948 Pimlico Special. A walkover usually only...
  • Clarksville resident seeks Howard school board seat

    Clarksville resident seeks Howard school board seat
    For Tom Baek, education is the first infrastructure responsibility of local governments. "I believe it is as important as our defense, as important as our economy, and as important as the care for our seniors," he said. "The true pathways and the true...
  • Turnout a trickle on Howard's first day of early voting

    Turnout a trickle on Howard's first day of early voting
    Candidates and their supporters swarmed the parking lot of Columbia's Florence Bain Senior Center on the first day of early voting for this year's primary elections, but residents coming out to cast a vote came in more of a steady trickle and much less...
  • Ravens draft Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro (River Hill) in seventh round

    Ravens draft Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro (River Hill) in seventh round
    As wide receiver Michael Campanaro left the Ravens’ offices in April after the organization’s annual local prospects workout, he had a gut feeling that it wouldn’t be his last time at team headquarters. Campanaro was correct in his...
  • Howard sees low voter turnout during week of early voting

    Howard sees low voter turnout during week of early voting
    Candidates and their supporters flooded the parking lot of Columbia's Florence Bain Senior Center on the first day of early voting June 12 for this year's primary elections, but people turning out to cast votes came in more of a trickle than a stream....
  • Columbia Families in Nature introduces the great outdoors

    Columbia Families in Nature introduces the great outdoors
    On a recent Sunday at Gorman Farm in Laurel, Alex Sanchez-Henry gently pushed a handful of green leaves aside as he peered at the ground beneath him. With his other hand, the 9-year-old Ellicott City resident reached toward the ground and pulled out his...
  • Girl Scout Logan McDonough aims for Gold Award [Clarksville]

    Help! Student volunteers are urgently needed immediately. Logan McDonough is finishing her junior year at Glenelg High School and is in the process of completing her Girl Scout Gold Award involving peer tutoring in the HCPSS Comprehensive Summer...
  • State candidates talk jobs at Columbia forum

    In this unusually eventful Howard County election season, the crowded field of state candidates was enough Saturday to fill three long tables with contenders for the county’s 12 seats in the State House. That’s not even taking into account...
  • 'Man Found Dying on B.&O. Embankment: dies While On Way to Ellicott City' [History Matters]

    May 1965 Youth in the news  County notes in the Times:  "Guilford: Six youths and nine adults from Howard County were delegated to the twenty-fifth annual Maryland State Conference of the NAACP branches on Saturday May 1, at Rockville. At the...
  • Buy local — visit our two farmers markets [Ellicott City]

    Last week, the Howard County farmers markets kicked off the 2014 season with five markets — two in Ellicott City — that are now open through the last week of November. This market is a great way for the community to buy locally grown...
  • Zumiez at Mall in Columbia seeks to memorialize victims

    Zumiez at Mall in Columbia seeks to memorialize victims
    A "B" and a "T" are etched into the black stone floor at Zumiez to remember Brianna Benlolo and Tyler Johnson. Customers might not even notice the understated initials at the entrance of the Mall in Columbia skate shop. Not unless they were staring at...