- Situated between Bliss Nail Spa and You Pizza in Clarksville Commons, the fast-casual Manow Thai restaurant brings the bold flavors of Thai cooking to the community.
- Developed in 1971 by James Rouse, a pioneer in urban planning who planned Columbia and built some of the nation’s first enclosed shopping malls, the mall has served as the focal point of the community for generations.
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- Nationwide fears about public safety are driving gun and ammunition sales, creating longer waits for Baltimore County Police and other Baltimore-area law enforcement agencies trying to stock up on bullets and cartridges.
- After Glenelg sophomore AJ Eyre tied the game on an improbable, acrobatic goal with 17.9 seconds left in regulation, Maisy Clevenger deflected in a shot from fellow junior Sophia Baxter for a 3-2 win over the host No. 15 Gladiators on Friday.
- Shareholders of W. R. Grace & Co. approved a deal Friday for a New York building materials company to acquire the Columbia-based specialty chemicals giant for $4.6 billion.
- Howard County schools Superintendent Michael Martirano announced at a recent school board meeting that the school system’s purchase of 4,600 HEPA filters is expected to be delivered to all county public schools by Oct. 1.
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- An assortment of new dining options are popping up along Clarksville Pike including Manow Thai, a fast-casual Thai restaurant, at Clarksville Commons and Taco Joint in the Common Kitchen food hall.
- Columbia resident Kemi Ajibare, founder of Styled By Kemi, a personal style and image consulting service, is passionate about helping women build their self-confidence regardless of their shape, size or skin color.
- This weekend, Sept. 17 to 19, marks the beginning of the 2021-22 gallery season with Howard County Arts Council’s annual Road to the Arts event.
- Dr. Michael William May, one of the founding partners of Howard County Pediatrics and a physician known for his endearing manner with children, died of injuries from a Clarksville auto accident at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center Sept. 10.