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  • Carroll commissioner: MDE is cooking the books on septics

    A recent article by Tim Wheeler ("Septic task force produces 'roadmap' for MD growth," Nov. 23) perpetuates a false narrative regarding septic systems that the state is using as an excuse to arrest property rights and local autonomy in rural counties....
  • Is Gary Clark Jr. the next king of blues?

    Is Gary Clark Jr. the next king of blues?
    There's a good chance your blues career is on the right track if, at 27, you can count Eric Clapton as a fan. Gary Clark Jr., the prodigious guitar player from Austin, Texas, even counts the six-string legend as a friend. Last June, Clapton picked...
  • March 19-25 in nightlife: Kurt Vile, Jordan Knight, Fatboy Slim and more

    March 19-25 in nightlife: Kurt Vile, Jordan Knight, Fatboy Slim and more
    Here's our round-up of the week's most notable concerts. For more shows, check out FindLocal. Ticket prices do not reflect any additional surcharges and taxes. On Monday, the Psychedelic Furs will kickoff a two-night stint at Rams Head on Stage (both...
  • Town hopes 'endangered' status will help save New Windsor's Dielman Inn

    For the better part of two centuries, the stately circa-1804 Dielman Inn has been a dominant features of New Windsor's quiet Main Street and a centerpiece of the town's architectural and cultural heritage. But for nearly a decade, this cornerstone of New...
  • Taste food from barbecue to cupcakes at Baltimore Washington Corridor showcase and networking night

    The Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber will hold its Regional Business Showcase and Tasting, a night of networking, marketing opportunities and food, Thursday, April 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Suddath Relocation Systems, 1710 Crossroads Drive, in Odenton....
  • Howard won't build proposed Elkridge tennis complex

    Howard won't build proposed Elkridge tennis complex
    Like private investors before them, Howard County officials this week said they will not build the large Troy Park tennis complex in Elkridge that local boosters of the sport have long proposed. "It's not going to be a project that the taxpayers of...
  • Two seriously injured in crash with bus

    Anne Arundel County officials said two people have been seriously injured following an early morning crash Wednesday that involved a school bus and car in Odenton. No students were on the bus when the accident occurred at 6:40 a.m. at Route 170, also...
  • Ellicott City medi-spa marks 10 years in business

    Ellicott City medi-spa marks 10 years in business
    After 10 years in business, the staff of Medical Skin Therapeutics knows how to adapt and keep current in the ever-evolving medical spa market. “We try to reach people of all ages and skin types,” says Paulina Collins, a registered nurse and...
  • Fallston pushing for Youth's Benefit Elementary replacement

    Fallston pushing for Youth's Benefit Elementary replacement
    Fallston residents were urged last Thursday night to press their elected officials to get a new building for Youth's Benefit Elementary School. The Parent-Teacher Association at Youth's Benefit has been working for a year and a half with the organization...
  • Scientists use algae to scrub harbor water

    Scientists use algae to scrub harbor water
    In their quest to cure Baltimore's ailing harbor, advocates and authorities have tried one gadget after another: floating wetlands, a solar-powered aerator, even a trash wheel. Add now the "algal turf scrubber," a long wooden sluiceway through which...
  • Harbor cleanup plan stirs hope - what now?

    Harbor cleanup plan stirs hope - what now?
    Hope, humor and determination abounded at the unveiling today of the "Healthy Harbor" plan. Now comes the hard part - following through, so kids like 12-year-olds Dana and Diamond Johnson can feel safe swimming and fishing in Baltimore's waters by the...
  • Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce: Networking event Wednesday at Townsend House

    Enjoy an opportunity to take a peak at Catonsville's past while making new contacts for your business as the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce hosts an evening mixer at Catonsville's Townsend House, 1824 Frederick Road, on May 9 at 5:30 p.m. The...