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  • Heather Rees, President of Carroll Kennel Club, and daughter Sam Schlosburg, train their dogs at My K9 Buddy in Westminster. Leo, Piper, and Whim are Team 12 Paws
  • The coronavirus shutdown ended for city adult entertainment Friday, March 5, 2021. The owner of Penthouse Club Baltimore filed a lawsuit against the mayor and city council several days ago, suing to open.
  • 2021 All-Carroll County Boys Basketball - First Team
  • In honor of the one year anniversary event when Gordon Ramsay came to Historic Ellicott City, EcoWorks hosted a cleanup of the Tiber Watershed. About 100 volunteers, broke up into 6 groups and spent 4 hours picking up trash and cutting invasive vines growing on trees. Howard County Executive Calvin Ball participated in the event as well as former County Executive, Allan Kittleman, and Council Members Liz Walsh and David Youngman.
  • Reservoir High school Girls Soccer hosts River Hill High School Friday March 5, 2021
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  • Mount St. Joseph basketball hosts Pallotti on MSJ's Senior night. The Gaels won 74-44. March 3, 2021
  • Images from the Owls' 21-6 season-opening win over the Lions at Western Regional Park in Woodbine Friday, March 5, 2021.
  • Glenelg and Centennial during a volleyball match at Glenelg High School on Friday, March 5, 2021.
  • Over forty-one volunteer artists are creating a 15,000 square foot mural of mythical creatures for DoodleHATCH Department Store, for Mystical Creatures, Time Travelers, & Galactic Tourists - an interactive art museum. Characters in the mural were inspired by several displays in the store. The mural consists of 35 panels and is 140 feet long. Lee Andersen, owner and creator of DoodleHatch, is hoping it will become a tourist attraction.
  • Howard County chief of police Lisa Myers speaks Thursday, March 4, 2021, about the arrest and charging of a county resident and former local police chief with multiple counts of arson and other charges.
  • After 17 years underground, the next generation of periodic cicadas is set to emerge this spring
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  • Police investigate the shooting of a 17 year-old male at the I-83 northbound entrance from W. North Avenue.
  • "Reflections of Carroll's Past" shows a little bit of what life used to be like in Carroll County.
  • Volleyball practice at Reservoir High School, Monday March 1, 2021.
  • Can you recognize a Baltimore landmark from a small detail? See how well you know the city.
  • The Howard County Public School System opened doors for limited in-person learning Monday, March 1.
  • Vi Ripken was the mother of Cal and Bill Ripken.
  • As Maryland residents commemorate Black History Month, what’s being called the racial reckoning of 2020 is barely in the rearview mirror. The Baltimore Sun asked residents to respond in short essays: What will it take to move the region ahead in 2021 and beyond?
  • The Woodland Sanctuary at Catonsville Presbyterian Church. Ron Gunderson is one of the congregants at the church who helped build the sanctuary.
  • A lasting memory: Catonsville resident David McShea keeps late grandfather in mind as head of Alzheimer’s Association’s Greater Maryland Chapter
  • Monday morning snow came through the area that turned to sleet and then rain as temperatures are expected to reach forty February 22, 2021.
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