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  • Guilford Road shoulder widening to start Nov. 18

    A project to adjust the shoulder on part of Guilford Road in Clarksville will begin on or about Monday, Nov. 18, according to Howard County officials. Crews will widen a portion of the road between Great Star Drive and Sanner Road to create more room...
  • Cheap shot at Gansler [Letter]

    Cheap shot at Gansler [Letter]
    Susan L. Burke's letter linking Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to the proliferation of rapes and sexual assaults in society is a cheap shot if I ever saw one ("Gansler's comments reflect 'boys will be boys' culture," Nov. 11). Moreover,...
  • From table scraps to garden soil

    From table scraps to garden soil
    Table scraps aren't destined for the garbage disposal any more. At least not in Howard County, where executive Ken Ulman spent Friday morning delivering giant green bins to homeowners around Clarksville who signed on to recycle their kitchen waste so...
  • Howard County expands composting collection to Clarksville

     Howard County expands composting collection to Clarksville
    For America Recycles Day, Howard County is moving a step beyond your average blue bin. County Executive Ken Ulman spent Friday morning passing out a new kind of bin to residents of the Clarks Glen neighborhood in Clarksville. Instead of blue, it's green...
  • Don't miss out on benefit concert and citrus fruit sale [Clarksville]

    Pullout the sweaters, jackets and umbrellas if need be, but don't miss all the wonderful events coming up soon. The choir from Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church will be performing in a benefit concert for the American Cancer Society at Bethany...
  • Foose recommends moving 1,177 Howard middle school students

    Foose recommends moving 1,177 Howard middle school students
    A recommendation to move more than 1,000 students to new schools next year went before the Howard County Board of Education on Tuesday, Oct. 22, as work proceeds on middle school redistricting. As part of the final recommendation from staff and...
  • 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...
  • Garden Center not a 'bait and switch' for Howard Council

    Garden Center not a 'bait and switch' for Howard Council
    A group of Clarksville residents have long believed that River Hill Garden Center owner Steve Klein pulled a "bait and switch" on the Howard County Council and community when he requested a change in his property's zoning from residential to business....
  • County purchase of Verona would not affect who lives there [Letter]

    Regarding Kay Wisniewski's letter Nov. 7, "More subsidized housing will put 'unfair burden on schools,' " what Ms. Wisniewski fails to understand is that the people whom the county is targeting already live in the Verona. They are the working people in...
  • Ham and Oysters on menu at Linden-Linthicum UM Church [Clarksville]

    Oyster and ham lovers, arise. It's time for the annual Ham and Oyster Supper at Linden-Linthicum United Methodist Church across from Freestate on Route 108. The all-you-can-eat supper will be served family style on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 3 to 7 p.m. The...
  • River Hill High invites you to free Winter Concert [Clarksville]

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Counting blessings makes any day look brighter.
  • County needs to take balanced approach to creating diversity [Letter]

    Real balanced socioeconomic diversity in Howard County could contribute to breaking the cycle of poverty by taking better advantage of our countywide school system. However, Howard County government has failed the balance test. It has looked to the older...