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  • Clarksville's Basslers say goodbye to family farm, Haysfield Airport

    Clarksville's Basslers say goodbye to family farm, Haysfield Airport
    At age 86, Alfred Bassler can still climb nimbly into the snug cockpit of his Kolb Firestar ultralight, a single-passenger plane that resembles a three-wheeled go cart suspended from a fixed wing. The plane's lightweight construction and simple rudder...
  • Clarksville Middle School musicians off to Chicago [Clarksville]

    Congratulations to Clarksville Middle School musicians Simon Barn, Elizabeth Chen, Edward Chi, Joshua Kim, Christine Kwon, Stephanie Park and Karen Wang on being seletct from among thousands of young instrumentalists around the world to go to Chicago to...
  • Howard County makes "Merry Mulch" of Christmas trees

    Howard County is offering a free tree-recycling program for residents looking to dispose of their Christmas trees in an eco-friendly manner this holiday season. The "Merry Mulch" Christmas tree recycling program, run by the county since 1993, has sent...
  • At Atholton High -- have skills, need work [Clarksville]

    Happy New Year, everyone. Are you making resolutions for 2014? Weight loss and exercise frequently top the list year after year, but there are other worthy goals that may have a better chance of accomplishment. Do you already belong to a community...
  • 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...
  • BGE representatives highlight Howard County work

    Last week, the Maryland Public Service Commission held a series of public hearings, including one in Ellicott City, for consumers to testify on a proposed set of rate increases that the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. says it needs to maintain quality...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Decorated tree in Clarksville honors our village's soldiers [Letter]

    Tree for Our Troops and Veterans was started three years ago when a number of our young men in the area of Clarksville were serving in Afghanistan. I am the grandmother of one of those young men and had recently read a fictional story about a small town...
  • Artistic talent comes early to St. Louis School first grader [Clarksville]

    Can you imagine being an award-winning graphic artist in first grade? Ana Zachos, a first-grader at St. Louis School doesn't need to imagine this scenario. Ana won the recent design contest at St. Louis to create a T-shirt as a fundraiser for the Breast...
  • 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...