- Rising costs fired by inflation are top of mind for most Maryland voters, but something the state's many gubernatorial candidates — even as governor — can do little about. The candidates' economic plans focus instead on jobs, wages and new investments to benefit workers.
- With a story that began with giving back, but has required great resilience and fortitude, E.C. Pops has become a place for gourmet popcorn, unique food, fun and a safe space for all.
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- Howard County and Army leaders gathered at Defense Media Activity, a federal office on Fort Meade, in May to celebrate the signing of the Army’s 100th Intergovernmental Support Agreement.
- Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced at a news conference Wednesday morning a proposal to create a new LGBTQIA+ commission, intended to support the gay and transgender community in the county.
- Baltimore Police have arrested a 15-year-old in the double shooting at the Inner Harbor promenade on Memorial Day weekend that left one teen dead and another injured.
- Since the early 1970s, Larriland Farm has offered pick-your-own fruits and vegetables on its 420 acres spanning three properties in the Woodbine area. Strawberry season kicks everything off mid-May.
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- The Howard County Public School System released its feasibility study at a meeting on Tuesday, which adjusts school boundaries for the 2023-2024 school year and advances the planning to open High School #13 in 2023.
- Students, parents, and educators can rest assured that we are providing resources needed to fulfill our number one priority. After much hard work and cooperation among partners, we have created a landmark plan to ensure the best education for all.
- Peter Chang is one of just five chefs across the U.S. to be named a finalist in the James Beard award for the category of “outstanding chef.” The winner will be selected Monday night.
- Dr. David Tayman, a longtime Howard County veterinarian and former owner of VCA-Columbia Animal Hospital who conducted the “Ask the Vet” column for The Baltimore Sun’s Howard Magazine, died from complications of Parkinson’s disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease May 28 at Howard County General Hospital. The Columbia resident was 75.
- Severe storms are moving through Central Maryland on Wednesday night, bringing heavy rains, flooding risks and a brief threat of a tornado.