John “Jack” Thorn Lyburn Jr., who served as Carroll County’s director of the Department of Economic Development for nearly 21 years, died Monday, Aug. 14, at his home in Manchester, following a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 76.
Adira River Ohanian is the second child — and second daughter — for the 41-year-old Williams and her husband, Reddit co-founder and Columbia native Alexis Ohanian.
The Chesapeake Flower Exchange, a group of 10 flower farmers located in Howard, Carroll, and Montgomery counties, formed earlier this year to provide locally grown blooms to florists in the region as a way to support small businesses and the environment at the same time.
Seymour Stern, the unofficial mayor of Frederick and president of the Maryland State Bar Association, died Aug. 10 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 85.
Only three homes are still facing outages after a water main at a pumping station in Elkridge ruptured Sunday afternoon, temporarily causing outages and low pressure throughout Howard County, officials said.
Baltimore expects to be in the running to become a national tech hub similar to Silicon Valley or Boston as the city competes for a federal designation and billions of dollars in funding in an effort led by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
The restaurant, which has sold the famously spicy chicken since 2018, will be located in the Lake Shore Plaza shopping mall on Mountain Road.
Country singer Jason Aldean performs his newly controversial song “Try That in a Small Town” at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, thanks his fans for their support and says he has “never been more proud to be a part of country music than I was this week.”
Country singer Jason Aldean's song “Try That in a Small Town” and an accompanying music video have drawn backlash.
A popular Columbia spot for beer bucks the brewery consolidation trend and Owings Mills welcomes two new fast-growing chains, including rapper Drake's favorite hot chicken joint.
Jason Aldean, a country singer who released a new song that references violence toward people who disrespect America and law enforcement, is coming to Columbia’s Merriweather Post Pavilion on Thursday.
Maryland officials on Thursday named the 13 individuals who will help decide the future of the Baltimore area’s water and wastewater system by serving on a task force convened by the General Assembly.
The Maryland Department of the Environment is asking some residents in Western and Central Maryland to cut back on their water usage amid drought conditions.
As interest rates soar and inflation puts a crimp on savings and essential spending, consumers in Maryland and elsewhere struggle more than ever with credit card debt.
July 4th celebration at Columbia's lakefront.
The former Laurel police chief accused in a string of arsons around Maryland was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the fires he set in Howard County.
Columbia family marks 25th anniversary of losing their son, Norman Flecker, an Army pilot whose helicopter crash in South Korea.
Dr. Howard Hessan, a retired Baltimore otolaryngologist who practiced for nearly 40 years, died from complications of Parkinson’s disease June 8.
Howard County General Hospital in Columbia has been affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine for 25 years and will offer the same services under its new name, with the goal of expanding Johns Hopkins specialty care in the future.
Wilde Lake High School rising senior Abisola Ayoola will begin her one-year term as the student member of the Maryland Board of Education on July 1.
Jay L. Baker, a Baltimore City Hall photographer who later went to Annapolis and became the first African American to hold the position of official state photographer, died Sunday. He was 64.
More chicken fingers coming to Columbia and Owings Mills, LoonAsea changes timeline for opening and why you must try the blue catfish at Magdalena.
Terry Thompson, a lifelong resident of Clarksville who dedicated his livelihood to emergency services, died May 16 at Howard County General Hospital. He was 71.
Howard High School student Steven Bassler, 15, was the victim of an apparent murder-suicide Tuesday at his home in Columbia, Howard County Police said.
Police said that “there are no indications that anyone else was involved.”
George Yungmann, a real estate accountant and sailor, died of pancreatic cancer May 16. He was 80.
The Howard County Council this week unanimously approved a $2.16 billion operating budget as well as a $419.1 million Capital Improvement Program for fiscal 2024 that includes funding for the Lakefront Library planned for downtown Columbia.
The Howard County Youth Orchestra performed with alternative rock band Guster to celebrate the orchestra's rebranding and showcase high school students' musical talent.
This Tony Award-winning musical has been almost perfectly cast by director Joseph Ritsch. Once Rep Stage shuts down, Howard County will lose its only fully professional live theater.
The winners of the 2023 Columbia Association board of directors elections were Chris Fuchs (Dorsey’s Search), Skye Anderson (Hickory Ridge), Keith O’Neil (Kings Contrivance), Reginald T. Avery (Long Reach), Karin Emery (Oakland Mills), Eric Greenberg (River Hill) and Bill Santos (Wilde Lake).